Technical Assistance & Leadership Development Coordinator Texas Council on Family Violence Business friends Leslie, who is a manager at TCFV, and Anna, who is looking to change jobs, have met for coffee to catch up on each other’s professional lives.
They won’t mind if we drop in on their conversation for a few moments…
Leslie: Did you know TCFV is looking for a new leadership training coordinator? With your background in education, workshop design, curriculum and project development, I think you should apply.
Anna: What’s the job about?
Leslie: You would support the leaders of family violence agencies by designing the learning tools they need to keep them at the forefront of non-profit management and best practices. And create e-learning training opportunities as well as interactive, engaging multimedia presentations. There are more components, of course…
Anna: One thing that’s important to me: What’s the culture like at TCFV? You’ve been there 5 years, and you’ve been promoted from coordinator to manager. Day to day, what do you like about working there?
Leslie: The people are passionate about their work for survivors of domestic violence. A bunch of wickedly smart, capable, innovative women and men who go the extra mile for the agencies we support and for each other too.
Anna: Wow! I’d like to be part of that. It sounds exciting and gratifying. Would you like to be part of this dynamic environment and work on many meaningful projects to help promote better service to survivors of domestic violence so they can re-direct their lives to healthy, safe paths?
For more information about the position and a full job description, please visit our website at http://tcfv.org/about/employment/
To apply, please remember to include a cover letter, a resume, and complete the online application. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
TCFV is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other classification protected by Federal, State, or local law.