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Join the PCA Georgia Team

Join the PCA Georgia Team

Prevent Child Abuse Georgia (PCA Georgia) in the Mark Chaffin Center for Healthy Development, School of Public Health is seeking a Sponsor Funded Part-Time Program Coordinator who will be responsible for the routine activities associated with Georgia’s Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Plan (CANPP) statewide implementation and PCA Georgia operational tasks. Reporting to the Executive Director, the program coordinator assists and is responsible for coordinating meeting logistics, technical assistance to those implementing the CANPP, handling administrative duties such as executing contracts and completing invoices, and additional administrative support to programs.

This position has the opportunity for a hybrid schedule based on work performance and will require statewide travel up to 20% of the time. Weekly work schedules will vary based on project needs, but this position will require availability for 20 to 30 hours per week.

To apply, please email your resume and a cover letter to Executive Director, Jennifer Stein,, by COB March 10, 2023. 


Position Open: Part-Time Program Coordinator


CANPP Coordination (60%):

  • Work in tandem with the Georgia Essentials Coalition and Regional Conveners for the implementation of Georgia’s Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Plan (CANPP)
  • Be the lead point of contact for CANPP regional conveners and the Georgia Essentials working group
  • Provide technical assistance and support for each region’s localized implementation plan which may include connecting them with concrete supports, educational resources, or subject matter expertise
  • Help invite and connect people that show interest in the regional conveners’ efforts and goals
  • Collect information and data from regional conveners to compile and report on bi-monthly and annual progress updates
  • Facilitate and/or attend various state and regional meetings to progress the implementation of the CANPP both virtually and in-person including meeting with the PACE: D2A DPH team monthly to provide updates
  • Use technology to coordinate meetings, share resources, and collect data on platforms such as Zoom, Teams, Basecamp, Google platforms, WordPress, Mailchimp, and other technology platforms
  • This employee will work with the Georgia Department of Public Health’s PACE: D2A team to ensure that all regional implementation partners’ data needs for CANPP implementation are being met

Administrative (40%):

  • Execute contracts with entities and individuals related to CANPP implementation and other PCA Georgia operations
  • Process bills and invoices both incoming and outgoing
  • Assist with office and programmatic administrative duties such as ordering materials, training, and event preparations, and distributing resources to partners as needed
  • Manage PCA Georgia’s online store, assist customers in completing orders, and ship purchased items
  • Performs other related duties as assigned

Preferred Skills:

  • Comfortable public speaking and leading training and discussion with adult learners
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Google platforms, WordPress and Zoom
  • Effective time management and organizational skills
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Able to communicate, interact, collaborate, and network well with diverse communities
  • Possess a level of empathy or understanding around child abuse as a public health issue

Minimum Experience: Bachelor’s degree with one year of related experience; or high school diploma or GED and five years of related experience; or combination of education and related experience.

To apply, please email your resume and a cover letter to Executive Director, Jennifer Stein,, by COB March 10, 2023.