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  • Program Manager - Pasadena

  • The Program Manager is responsible for oversight and coordination of the development & implementation of Training &Technical assistance (T&TA) to California member programs, affiliates and other national constituents. Under the general direction of the Deputy Director (DD), the Program Manager provides leadership and management of VALOR’s training and technical assistance (T&TA) across various programs.

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  • Public Affairs and Policy Manager

  • Under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Public Affairs and Policy Manager provides leadership and strategic management of VALOR’s legislative/public policy priorities and communications strategy. The Public Affairs and Policy Manager is responsible for coordinating, monitoring, and implementation of VALOR’s communications strategy and national/ statewide legislative/public policy advocacy priorities. The Public Affairs and Policy Manager works closely with VALOR’s CEO and management team to achieve organizational goals and objectives by administering the communications and public policy initiatives. This position requires occasional statewide and national travel. This position is a full-time, exempt position based in downtown Sacramento, CA.

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  • Project Coordinator - Prevention Focus

  • Under the direction of the Director of Prevention, the Project Coordinator (PC) performs the dayto-day operation of VALOR’s Training and Technical Support services (TTA). The Project
    Coordinator is responsible for the overall contact and support of members, (e.g., local rape crisis centers), allied professionals, and VALOR’s national constituents in their utilization of TTA. The Project Coordinator must excel at technological support using VALOR’s web site, email groups, teleconference, web conference, database, e-mail and other systems in order to implement the technical assistance service to member and constituency groups. This position involves working on sexual assault prevention various settings and in connection with many systems. VALOR serves audiences that include groups that work with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), colleges/universities, sport, labor/unions, law enforcement and military, at the statewide and national level.

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