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Job Type: Full-Time Position
Location: Braintree, MA
The Safe Environment Coordinator reports to the Director of Pastoral Support and Child Protection. S/he takes the lead in assuring compliance with child protection trainings for adults and youth at both the parishes and the RCAB affiliated Catholic schools.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Track compliance with child protection trainings for adults and youth in RCAB parishes and affiliated Catholic schools.
Coordinate with VIRTUS and the parishes and schools in tracking all staff and volunteers.
Provide technical assistance to parishes and schools to select and train local administrators who can complete data entry at the parish level.
Maintain communication with parishes and schools to help them establish and follow through with a plan to enter each volunteer and employee into VIRTUS, enter and track training dates and distribution of the code of conduct.
Maintain communication with parishes and schools to help them implement and track Safe Environment training for each youth enrolled in the religious education program from K-12 and all students enrolled in RCAB affiliated Catholic schools.
Provide ongoing technical assistance around child protection training to parishes and schools.
Serve as the primary contact with VIRTUS, and the vendors related to youth safe environment education.
Participate in vetting new Safe Environment curriculums for youth as necessary.
Coordinate and oversee the annual collection of data for the USCCB audit.
Coordinate with the Office of Background Screening in tracking and reporting.
Maintain access to trained facilitators at the local level, working with parishes and schools to identify and meet their training needs, participating in training new facilitators as needed, at least 3 X/year.
Maintain monthly communication with local Safe Environment Administrators to track progress and provide ongoing support.
Other duties as assigned.
In-depth knowledge of Massachusetts Child Protection protocols and procedures, including mandated reporter law with the ability to communicate same to clergy, employees, and volunteers in parishes and schools.
In-depth knowledge of USCCB Charter for the Protection of Youth and Young People with ability to teach others regarding the charter.
In-depth knowledge of RCAB Policy for the Protection of Youth with the ability to teach others regarding the policy.
Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Strong organizational skills
Skilled at Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams
Self directed with ability to identify needs and meet them. Strong problem solving skills. Strong follow through to resolution.
Bachelor degree in Human Services/Social Work or a related field preferred.
Minimum of 3 years of experience in child protection.
Adult and/or youth education experience preferred.
Multilingual, multicultural preferred.
Some evening/weekend hours are required as frequently as monthly.
Must drive and have access to a vehicle for on-site parish and school mtgs
The Archdiocese of Boston is the fourth largest archdiocese in the United States and is the spiritual home for more than 1.8 million Catholics. Since July 2003, Cardinal Seán P. O’Malley, OFM Cap., has led the Archdiocese through unprecedented events with a focus on healing and rebuilding the local Church.
Centered in of one of the world’s great cities – Boston – and spread across 144 communities in eastern Massachusetts, the Archdiocese of Boston is an ethnically diverse and spiritually enriching faith community consisting of vibrant parishes, well performing Catholic schools that are educating more than 46,000 students annually and a social service outreach that is helping to assist more than 200,000 individuals each year. Mass is celebrated in more than twenty different languages each week.
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