Trauma-Informed Care Network Manager



Trauma-Informed Care Network Manager

Employment Type:

Full time


Bremerton, WA



Application Contact:

Shaine Schramling

Job Description:

Partnership for a Trauma Informed Community
Innovation Network Management 
  • Coordinate & facilitate “Innovation Network” meetings
  • Develop & nurture deep, strong relationships between partners
  • Act as main contact and liaison for the Partnership for a Trauma Informed Community Initiative
  • Participate as an active member/representative of the Innovation Network & Partnership in other Kitsap Strong Network meetings, as appropriate
  • Research and disseminate trauma-informed care (TIC) resources and “best/promising practices” for various sectors in the community, including housing, behavioral health, health, education, justice, etc.
  • Initiate planning with new (and existing) community partners to build programs and services
  • Facilitate program/service development and implementation
  • Serve as a community connector and information hub
Research and Evaluation
  • Lead development of a 3-year TIC Initiative implementation plan for CHI grant funding and assist with grant application development
  • Develop under the direction of the Innovation Network an overall 3-year evaluation plan for the TIC Initiative:
  • Support development of shared measures
    • Develop agreement and a plan/process for data collection; obtain baseline data
    • Coordinate, facilitate, and implement a plan for monitoring and evaluating effectiveness of Partnership and Innovation Network strategies
    • Create tracking processes for all shared measures (e.g. # of training attendees)
Grant Management
  • Monitor grant budget and proactively recommend any needed budget reallocations
  • Track grant spending and in-kind contributions
  • Collect and compile service and assessment data for evaluation of the initiative and its programs
  • Complete narrative and financial reports
Community Partnerships and Community Education
  • Nurture relationships with community agencies and support engagement in Partnership and Innovation Network activities/efforts
  • Assist in recruiting community members to serve as Instructors, Facilitators, and other community service roles identified through the initiative
  • Work with the Innovation Network to plan community outreach and education
  • Schedule and publicize training and education events and opportunities
  • Create documents for initiative and program publicity, registration, assessment, and other needs
Education:  Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Social Work, Public Health, Program Management/Development, Behavioral Health, or other related fields.  Three years of directly related work experience can be substituted for each year of education.
Experience:  The Network Manager must have strong professional communication skills; capacity to see the big picture (“systems thinking”) and attention to details; and excellent organizational ability.  Knowledge of the Kitsap Peninsula community and existing connections and relationships are highly desirable, but not required. 
  • At least three years solid track record of program development in health, social services, housing, education or allied field.
  • Strong community organizing and collaboration skills; demonstrating capacity to coordinate and facilitate processes, people, and partnerships; and develop strong trusting relationships for the Partnership and Innovation Network.
  • Ability to provide technical assistance, consultation and training to individuals and organizations regarding trauma-informed care, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and NEAR sciences (neuroscience, epigenetics, ACEs, & resiliency) and application of “best/promising practices”.
  • Experience with coordination of meetings, events, trainings.
  • Ability to effectively use research and evaluation to support planning process for the Initiative’s 3 year work plan.
  • Steward leadership qualities of humility, vulnerability, and trust.
Additional Details
  • The Innovation Network Manager will be an employee of the Kitsap Community Foundation (KCF) and will be supervised by the Kitsap Strong Executive Director.
  • 32 Hour/week position. This job is only funded for the first 11 months. We expect that this position will grow into a full-time position and continue for multiple years, dependent upon on the success of the first 11 months.
  • $20-$25/Hour
  • Medical insurance
  • 2 weeks paid vacation
  • 1 week sick leave
  • SIMPLE IRA, FSA offered
  • Mileage Reimbursement for travel
To Apply:
  • Please submit a resume and cover letter electronically to:
  • Applications received before August 11 will receive priority consideration
Kitsap Community Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.
Kitsap Community Foundation
PO Box 3670
Silverdale, WA, United States
Phone: 360-698-3622

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