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Specialized Instructor of Military Parents: Specialized Instructors will provide trainings for the Specialized Training of Military Parents (STOMP), a Program of PAVE. Specialized Instructors are responsible for providing STOMP’s 1 and 2-day workshops and 1-hour webinars on a variety of topics of concern to military families who have a child with disabilities. We will provide you training to present our proprietary curricula (e.g. Laws and Rights/Responsibilities, TRICARE/ECHO/ABA, Advocacy, etc.). Specialized Instructors will conduct in-person and online training utilizing a variety of techniques (e.g. part facilitation, coaching, limited lecture, interactive opportunities, etc.) while creating an inclusive and welcoming learning experience for attendees.  Additional skills in overcoming conflicts, navigating systems and handle the unexpected, especially when traveling.

This position requires travel in the US and overseas, some evenings and weekend days to arrive/return from workshops. Specialized Instructors typically provide two, 2-Day workshops in a week and average one week long trip per month.

To apply: Fill out our PAVE application and include a cover letter and resume as attachments. If you are having trouble with this format, please email jobs@wapave.orgOnly qualified applicants with completed application packets will be considered for an interview. Open until filled with first consideration given to candidates applying by June 17, 2019.

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PAVE is an EEO employer. PAVE values diverse perspectives and life experiences. The organization encourages people of all backgrounds to apply, including parents of individuals with disabilities, people who are bilingual, people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, veterans, and those with lived experiences.

It is the policy of PAVE that all of the programs, employment practices, and activities of the organization or any of its contractors, vendors, grantees or volunteers will be conducted without regard to any person’s race, color, national origin, marital status, disabled or Vietnam era veteran status, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, sexual orientation, HIV/AIDS, or any other protected class.