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Oklahoma Attorney General
313 NE 21st Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Training Program Manager, Victim Services Unit
Date Closed: September 11, 2015
Salary Range: Commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
Job Summary: The Office of the Oklahoma Attorney General is currently seeking a Training Program Manager for the Victim Services Unit.
Definition: Under the direction of the Victim Services Unit Chief, the Training Program Manager performs a wide range of administrative and technical functions related to the Office of the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Violence Against Women (VAWA) Grant. This includes but is not limited to planning, organizing, presenting and evaluating training conferences for law enforcement, prosecutors, judges and service provides on issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking, including but not limited to the annual Partners for Change Conference on Domestic Violence and Stalking. Other duties include identifying facilities and preparing training materials. The Training Program Manager will be responsible for the timely reporting of all information related to the VAWA grant and collection of statistical information required to comply with grant guidelines, goals, and objectives.
In addition, this position is responsible to provide on-going support, technical assistance and consultation to domestic and sexual assault and batterer’s intervention programs through training, correspondence, and on-site visits; as well as handle requests for information, guidance or data.
Other duties assigned by the Victim Services Unit Chief as needed.
Education and Experience: A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with two years’ experience in the area of educational training required.
Special Requirement: Must have the ability to develop, prepare, organize and present material for regional and statewide training conferences. Experience and knowledge in the area of domestic/sexual violence is essential. Some travel will be required with the possibility of overnight stays. Applicant must be willing and able to fulfill all job related travel normally associated with this position and possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and current automobile insurance.
Applicant will be subject to a criminal history records search.