The Children’s Trust is on a mission to stop child abuse in Massachusetts. We give parents the tools and resources to build self-confidence and gain lifelong skills to ensure children grow up safe and healthy. Our proven programs reflect a fierce commitment to empowering families at the earliest stages and prove the vicious cycle of reoccurring abuse can be stopped. We are seeking an individual for the Parent Content and Prevention Specialist position to join our team and help make a difference for children in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The Parent Content and Prevention Specialist is responsible for the ongoing development of our websites for parents and youth-serving organizations (YSOs); safekidsthrive.org, onetoughjob.org, and allbabiescry.com. The Parent Content and Prevention Specialist reports to the Director of Family Support Training and Parent Education and works with teams across the Children’s Trust, including our Program Team to ensure content is aligned with our program philosophy, our Marketing Team to raise awareness of websites to parents and YSOs, and our Administration and Finance Team to maintain key partnerships and ensure all contracts are meeting fiscal requirements.
Detailed Statement of Duties and Responsibilities:
- Manage day-to-day development of safekidsthrive.org, onetoughjob.org, and allbabiescry.com.
- Research and write new articles, curate relevant content, and post to the sites at least weekly.
- Ensure local resources are updated regularly for changes in services, service population, contact information, etc.
- Create and send monthly outreach emails to youth-serving organizations, inform them of new resources and content, and provide an overview of the function of the site(s).
- Update content as needed when changes are made to the Child Sexual Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Task Force guidelines, Department of Children and Families (DCF) reporting protocols, and other child sexual abuse prevention and response agencies and services.
- Work with the Information Technology Team and our Website Developer to ensure ongoing maintenance and functionality of the sites.
- With the Director of Family Support Training, collaborate with the Marketing team to ensure ongoing promotion and awareness of the sites to parents and youth-serving organizations in Massachusetts.
- Moderate, produce, and facilitate training as needed.
- Represent the Children's Trust on advisory councils and workgroups.
- Supervise interns as they support the resource finder, article development, and overall site management.
- Negotiate, create, and implement contracts with new and existing partners. Ensure contract guidelines are being met by the vendor and the Children's Trust. Provide quarterly and periodic reports as needed.
- Create and compile monthly reports on website traffic and provide reports to existing partners in a timely manner.
- Work with Administration and Finance team to ensure appropriate contracts, adequate billing, and procedures are being followed for all partnerships.
- Ability to write concisely, express thoughts clearly, and develop ideas in a logical sequence.
- Ability to use proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
- Ability to communicate effectively.
- Bilingual (Spanish) preferred.
- Ability to make recommendations.
- Ability to multi-task and prioritize.
- Ability to prepare documents and reports accurately.
- Ability to follow guidelines and procedures.
- Knowledge of software applications, such as Office suite, database management, and project management.
- Ability to work independently in teams.
- Strong organizational skills.
- Ability to tactfully with others.
- Ability to use and exercise sound judgment.
- Familiar with website content management systems a plus.
- Familiar with email list management a plus.
How to Apply:
Please apply at the MassCareers Job Opportunities website.