In this role, you will be responsible for managing staff and
grants/contracts led by the Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed
Care as part of the School of Social Work and Buffalo Center for
Main responsibilities will include:
- Supervision of project managers and students.
- Provision of oversight for Institute-related administrative
functions, consultant activities, and stakeholder meetings.
- Assisting the Co-Director in strategic planning and decision
making around grant/contract projects and personnel.
- Developing and delivering trauma-informed training curriculum
and the provision of trauma-informed consultation and coaching for
- Demonstrating excellent interpersonal, administrative, and,
organizational skills and the ability to work both independently
and with partners throughout NYS .
Work hours will vary based on project needs. Evenings and weekends
are required. Travel to partner organizations throughout NYS may
also be required.
Position is contingent on grant/contract funding.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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There are personal rewards including comprehensive health and
retirement plan options. We also focus on creating and sustaining a
healthy mix of work, personal and academic pursuit – all in an
effort to support your work-life effectiveness. Visit our benefits
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MSW Degree; experience training others in trauma-informed
curriculum; experience in program development and coordination;
experience as a clinical/administrative supervisor.
LCSW certification; experience as a director; experience in
trauma-informed coaching and consulting; experience in
trauma-informed curriculum development; experience in strategic
planning and personnel management; experience with UB Business
offices and systems.
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