Prevention Programs Coach

Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina
Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina
Desired Location: 
Triangle Area
Organization Type: 

CLASSIFICATION/TIME/LOCATION:  Full-time Exempt or Part-time Non-Exempt/Remote (home-based)
REPORTS TO:  Prevention Programs Senior Coach

Job Summary:  Support community-based agencies in competently and confidently delivering evidence-based and evidence-informed programs as intended and in ways that are responsive to participant needs and preferences. PCANC’s Workforce Development is based on implementation science and includes coaching, consultation, and training.

Primary Responsibilities/Accountabilities:
• Provide workforce development support to local agencies throughout North Carolina:
o Engage in ongoing coaching calls with facilitators and coordinators;
o Provide in-person coaching visits to assigned agencies on caseload;
o Plan and deliver skill-based trainings based on the needs of Network agencies;
o Participate in the ongoing evaluation of processes to improve services;
o Plan, coordinate, and facilitate trainings, site visits, learning collaboratives, and workforce development activities in general.
• Participate in weekly team meetings, monthly staff meetings, and agency-wide activities.
• Ensure timely reporting of grant deliverables; comply with agency audit standards/documentation.
• All other responsibilities as they arise or are assigned.

Staff Competencies/Qualities:
Strong Relationship/Engagement Skills:
• Ability to be client-centered, solution-oriented, goal-driven, and strength-focused; while also providing consultation to support fidelity when needed;
• Ability to use active listening, summarizing, and validating skills;
• Collaboratively and respectfully work across departments and within agencies.

• Flexibility and comfort with managing unplanned situations;
• Ability to adapt in the moment as needed during coaching calls, site visits, and trainings;
• Ability to organize, prioritize, and manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously as an individual and as part of a team;
• Ability to facilitate collaboratively during coaching calls, site visits, and trainings while supporting people in achieving their goals;
• Ability to receive and integrate feedback.

Hiring Requirements/Preferences:
• Master’s Degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or related field and 3–5 years of experience working with families.  Bachelor’s Degree with commensurate experience may be considered;
• Experience facilitating Circle of Parents, Incredible Years BASIC Parent Program, Triple P, and/or Strengthening Families Program groups is preferred;
• Understanding of and interest in using implementation science as it applies to teams and infrastructure to support, sustain, and scale up evidence-based parent programs is preferred;
• Non-profit experience including grant compliance is strongly preferred;
• Travel is required, primarily within North Carolina. Weekly meetings are held in Raleigh and/or Durham.

                            The Primary Responsibilities/Accountabilities section

                             only includes core duties and is not a list of all duties. 

                                               Job performance must comply with

                                Prevent Child Abuse NC’s policies and procedures.

Career Level: 
Job Type: 
Salary Range: 

$59,000 to $63,000

How to Apply: 

Send cover letter and resume to

Position open until filled. No phone calls, please. EOE.