Park Hill Collective Impact and the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence are collaborating to hire a full-time Impact Manager and Community Site Representative. Though considered a single, full-time position the position is comprised of two half-time positions with the following duties and responsibilities:
IMPACT MANAGER (PARK HILL COLLECTIVE IMPACT)
Summary: This is an outstanding opportunity to play a critical role at Park Hill Collective Impact (PHCI). Our mission is to ensure that every single child in Park Hill is provided the supports needed to thrive academically, socially, emotionally and economically from birth through age 25. PHCI serves as the backbone, facilitator, and connector for a growing network of partners to meet the needs of families in Park Hill. Much of the success of PHCI is dependent upon organizations and individuals working together differently.
COMMUNITY SITE REPRESENTATIVE (CENTER FOR THE STUDY AND PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE)
The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) at the Institute of Behavioral Sciences at CU-Boulder invites applicants for a Professional Research Assistant (PRA)-Community Site Representative for the Youth Violence Prevention Center- Denver (YVPC-D) Project. The YVPC-D project is grant funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2016-2021). This project focuses on reducing violence among 10-24 year olds in 2 Denver communities using a Communities That Care® (CTC) approach. We partner with Denver’s Montbello and Park Hill communities to implement and evaluate a community-level prevention system that delivers community-and policy-level youth violence prevention strategies matched to the identified local need.
The project will hire a Community Site Representative to support the Park Hill community’s implementation of CTC. The Community Site Representative will be responsible for interfacing directly with community members and support the day-to-day operations of all CTC activities at the :Park Hill site. These activities will include, but not be limited to community mobilization and development of a comprehensive strategic prevention plan that includes the selection and implementation of community-level prevention strategies to reduce youth violence. S/he will support communication and evaluation activities between the community and the CU-Boulder research team. The position will be based in Park Hill and will report to the Project Director. The Site Representatives will coordinate activities with the community, CU-Boulder, Key Leaders, Community Board members and other stakeholders, and preferably will be hired from the community.