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Prevention Educator

Crisis Center of Central NH

The Prevention Educator position is expected to support the mission of the Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire.

Mission: To serve survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and human trafficking through empowerment, safety, and support; and to promote prevention through education in Merrimack County.
Vision: The eradication of domestic violence, sexual violence and human trafficking in our community.

Responsible for assisting in the planning, developing, managing, and facilitating of CCCNH’s primary prevention education program. It is a multi-session program delivered throughout and not limited to Merrimack County middle/high schools and youth service organizations. The program also delivers primary prevention training to educators, health and community agencies using the strategies of community engagement and community mobilization. Manages all data, reporting and activity tracking for grant compliance. Responds with back-up coverage for all victim services as assigned or necessary for the agency.


Experience in sociology, psychology, social work, or related human services field highly desired. Must display exemplary skills at public speaking and training. Excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as editing, writing, typing, computer, communications and organizational skills. Knowledge of (or willingness to learn about) and sensitivity to issues of domestic and sexual violence.

Other Qualifications:

  • Valid driver license
  • Reliable transportation
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check
  • Ability to work as a team member
  • Organizational skills
  • Communications skills
  • Ability to work flexible hours
  • Sensitivity to the cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of participants and staff
  • Creating a culture of emotional support and empowerment.
  • Adherence to professional ethics
  • Ability to travel
  • Develop and implement CCCNH primary prevention education program. This includes designing and implementing school-based curriculum, training presentations, and attending community meetings.
  • Design, develop and maintain all primary prevention and community education pamphlets as needed.
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of and commitment to primary prevention, community organizing, and community planning.
  • Over time, develop proficiency in program evaluation and demonstrate that prevention strategies reduce risk factors and increase protective factors for first time perpetration/victimization.
  • Identify, train and utilize student leaders to maximize agency community education/awareness coverage.
  • Build, cultivate, and maintain relationships with the schools and other agencies to assure ongoing program improvement, participation, and evaluation.
  • Provides direct services to victims of domestic and/or sexual violence.
  • Maintain participant confidentiality at all times.
  • Ensure that all participant information is documented in the agency data tracking system in timely manner and is accurate and correct.
  • Completing intakes of participants seeking services and maintain file to meet agency standards as well as grant provider standards.
  • Entering all information into agency data tracking system, within seventy-two hours of intake or by the last date of the month whichever comes first.
  • Ensure all forms needing signatures are required by grant providers are signed and dated for every participant seeking services.
  • Ensure all services plans are completed on all participants as grant providers require.
  • Ensure all appropriate referrals made to participants are documented in file and are followed up for satisfaction of services.
  • Conduct individual sessions as requested by participants.
  • Participate in multi-disciplinary meetings to work within community bridging gaps in service.
  • Accompany participants to hospitals for needed exams and/or rape kit upon request by participant or other agency.
  • Accompany survivors to court, meetings with legal aids, social workers, law enforcement or any other organization or person requested by survivor.
  • Provide community education and professional trainings as requested.
  • Relate effectively and productively within the community.
  • Participate in community awareness events.
  • Attend departmental and full staff meetings.
  • Adheres to CCCNH Policy and Procedures.
  • Participates in all monitoring of programs by outside agencies.
  • Work directly with participant as needed to assure their needs are being met.
  • Performs all duties assigned.
How to Apply:

Email resume and cover letter to 

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Date Added: October 1, 2021

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