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Trainer (FT Remote)

Company: Right to Be
Location: Washington
Posted on: May 16, 2022

Job Description:

Right To Be is a nonprofit, global, people-powered movement to end harassment in all its forms. We work together to understand the problem, ignite public conversations, and develop innovative strategies that ensure equal access to public spaces. We leverage the very spaces where harassment happens --- from online, and in the workplace, to the streets --- to have each other---s backs, create communities of resilience, and build a world where we can all be who we are, wherever we are. Over the past two years, Right To Be has significantly expanded our training program particularly in the realm of sexual harassment prevention and bystander intervention. Our system of evaluation shows that it---s working: Right To Be's training shows an 84% increase in self-reported ability to intervene in instances of hate and harassment. This finding has been echoed by the National Women---s Law Center, who note that, while traditional liability-based training on harassment are failing, innovations in the field, such as bystander intervention training, are seeing results. In 2018, we worked with the New York City Council to pass a bill requiring all employers in New York City with over 15 employees to offer sexual harassment prevention training, including information on bystander intervention. This makes NYC the first municipality in the country that requires bystander intervention training. Simultaneously we expanded our Bystander Intervention Training to the workplace. In 2019 Right To Be partnered with L---Oreal Paris to train 1 million people globally in bystander intervention and in the US we partnered with the New York City Commission on Gender Equity to train at least 40,000 of those 1 million people on bystander intervention. We continue to experience sustained growth as we show up to help folks reimagine the world, a world without harassment, where we can all be who we are, wherever we are, whatever that means that day, that hour, that second, without the fear of having to experience harassment. We are seeking two talented trainers/facilitators to join our dynamic team. Right To Be Trainers have the opportunity to deliver quality training experiences to a variety of audiences using proven methodologies from our expanding training library. We are focused on ending harassment, in all its forms. Our current training topics include bystander intervention, preventing sexual harassment, resilience, conflict de-escalation, mitigating implicit bias, and other anti-harassment /anti-hate trainings. This position is remote in the United States with potential in-person (traveling) training engagements post COVID-19. Specific job responsibilities: Facilitation of training. Trainer---s facilitate interactive and engaging training from our suite of offerings, including bystander intervention training, preventing sexual harassment, resilience, conflict de-escalation, and others. All training is currently delivered 100% virtually, with expectations for some in-person facilitation in the future. Training sessions range from under one hour in duration up to multiple-day sessions, with most presently being 1-2 hours long. Training Customization. Trainer---s host conversations with clients, and utilize standardized questions and processes, to ensure learning customization for clients that helps to personalize the content and delivery. Client Relations. Our clients help to drive the work and the reach of our organization You will be expected to work towards consistent positive client experiences by ensuring timely, responsive and respectful communication, and representing Right To Be values within client relationships. Evaluation. Trainer---s work to ensure our ongoing departmental progress by dispersing evaluations after every training engagement. This will include soliciting quotes or feedback to be utilized in future organizational efforts. Reporting. Timely, complete and accurate reporting is an important way we track departmental impact and performance. Responsible for reporting a variety of training-related metrics, in accordance with organizational processes and practices. Organizational knowledge and subject matter expertise. At Right To Be It is clear that it takes ALL of our departments and teams to advance our mission of ending harassment, in all of its forms. From onboarding, to ongoing learning, our trainers are expected to learn organizational history, methodologies, and impact AND to stay current on best practices in Bystander Intervention, and additional topics in Right To Be's suite of training. Team Presence in Meetings and Collaboration. Participation in 1 to 1 meetings, to track and guide progress as well as drive professional development; ongoing team meetings to develop and support colleagues, and organization-wide connecting and learning are all expected of Right To Be Trainers. Commitment to Growth. Central to strengthening your skills as a Right To Be Trainer will be expected to continue to grow and develop understanding of topics central to the current and future suite of learning offerings Right To Be provides. Other duties, as assigned. Qualifications: (must have 80%) Experience facilitating interactive trainings; Experience working on issues of gender-based violence; At least 1 year experience working with at least one of these target populations: working professionals/corporate environments, youth, members of historically marginalized communities. Strong communication and facilitation skills. Ability to problem-solve. Excellent client relationship management. Professionalism, including punctuality and adherence to deadlines. Ability to publicly represent Right To Be. Demonstrated ability to work well with others --- on own team and across departments Solid commitment to making sure things are done right and on time Ability to accept and apply feedback Requirements Requirements (80% of the following): Work experience as a trainer, facilitator, or similar learning and development role. A BSc/MSc in Business Management, Training and Development, Instructional Design, Education or a related field. Experience delivering training in the areas of bystander intervention, sexual harassment prevention, gender-based violence, or other related topics. Excellent communication and facilitation skills. Strong intersectional analysis and commitment to social justice. Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to and passion for Right To Be's mission. Excellent presentation skills, incorporating relevant technology (Zoom and Google Slides, for example) Able to be engaging, inclusive and learner focused while facilitating training sessions, both in person and in virtual settings Benefits The salary range is $52-55K; the final salary is to be commensurate with experience. 100% remote work with some travel required. Comprehensive benefits package provided which includes medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. We offer professional development, self-care, and home office stipends; and a 401K plan. We believe in work-life balance so we provide PTO, parental leave. Right To Be is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, LGBTQIA people and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates will be interviewed on a rolling basis. Right To Be will be accepting applications for this position up until 05/31/2022.

Keywords: Right to Be, Washington DC , Trainer (FT Remote), Human Resources , Washington, DC

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