The Women’s Debate Institute is seeking a Training Content Manager for the Anti-Harassment Program. This individual will exhibit a strong passion for improving the safety of debate, as well as working collaboratively with the WDI Board of Directors. This role will be responsible for researching current best practices in youth safety, including the prevention and identification of bullying and harassment. Tasks include, but are not limited to, the adaptation of existing training materials for new audiences (including youth and collegiate debate programs), the incorporation of best practices into current WDI training documents, and the tailoring of current best practices to the unique needs of the debate community. Ideally, this position will interface with new clients to ensure that existing training materials are responsive to their needs prior to a training session.
· Strong oral and written communication skills
· Highly developed organization skills and attention to detail
· Strong research skills
· Prior experience in high school or collegiate debate
· Demonstrated ability to work with diverse communities
· Proficiency in Microsoft Office, particularly Powerpoint
Demonstrated experience and knowledge of anti-harassment strategies
Previous experience in curriculum development
The position is for 150 hours, with a compensation of $30 an hour. The Training Content Manager will work remotely from their desired location.
To apply send cover letter and resume to email@example.com
Applications should be received by June 30th, 2021 and will be evaluated on a rolling basis.