Coordinates and monitors training activities of the Kansas Governor’s Grants Office to include the Annual Crime Victims’ Rights Conference, the Kansas Academy for Victim Assistance, and all other grant related training initiatives and projects.
Plan and coordinate the Annual Crime Victims’ Rights Conference offered through the KGGP and the Kansas Attorney Generals’ Office. Activities for the conference include:
- Plan the conference in collaboration with the Office of the Attorney General.
- Pro-active and continual communication and coordination with potential speakers and workshop presenters.
- Negotiate and secure event space for conference and accommodations for speakers and participants.
- Market the conference to include digital and social media.
- Coordinate exhibit tables for participating organizations.
- Create and distribute brochure and handout material for participants.
- Arrange the audio-visual equipment, signage, and other event needs.
- Conduct evaluations to determine how future events could be improved and communicate results of evaluations to speakers and presenters.
- Maintain records and event performance metrics to inform decision-making.
Plan and coordinate the Kansas Academy for Victim Assistance. Activities for the Academy include:
- Negotiate and secure space for the academy and accommodations for faculty, facilitators and students.
- Coordinate and co-facilitate the work of the KAVA Steering committee and subcommittees including curriculum.
- Coordinate with colleges as needed.
- Market each academy through digital and social media and maintain website.
- Coordinate the KAVA application and acceptance process.
- Ensure each KAVA participant completes the pre-academy assignments, participate in the academy, and complete a post-training assessment.
- Prepare agendas, update KAVA manual, PowerPoints and all other resources and supplies.
- Evaluate each academy and report to Steering Committee.
Special Training Projects
- Coordinate special training projects of the KGGP
- Support committees
- Coordinate trainings and assist with evaluations
- Prepare reports and publications as required by individual grants
- Self-motivated, detail-oriented and organized.
- Effective written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to lead teams and committees.
- Proficient with MS Word, MS Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint and Social Media and ability to help with the maintenance of KGGP website.
- The ability to work both independently and in a team setting.
- Willingness to take on administrative tasks as needed.
- Great people skills, initiative and enthusiasm.
This position is unclassified, full time with benefits.
Starting salary in the $40’s.
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Department of Administration Personnel Office
900 SW Jackson, Room 401-North
Topeka, KS 66612
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