Check out these opportunities to work for the Minnesota Child Welfare Training Academy!

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Specialist

This position will be responsible for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) training, coaching, and development within the Training Academy and with the Minnesota child welfare workforce. They will help with the delivery of IDI assessments, as well as group and individual coaching for new child welfare workers and supervisors. Job ID 60782. Closing Date: 12/08/2022.

Community Trainers (several open positions)

These training positions (Temp/Casual, 0001) are hired through the University of Minnesota (U of M). Job descriptions are linked below:

  • Foundations New Worker Training - lead in-person training for new workers at our Northwest Learning Center in Detroit Lakes.
  • Family Group Decision Making (FGDM) - Must have an in-depth knowledge of Family Group Decision Making (FGDM), as well as experience developing a FGDM service model that reflects the requirements of the state.
  • Sexually Exploited Youth (SEY) - will provide learners with the skills to identify trafficking and exploitation, assess and respond to potential trafficking and exploitation of youth, coordinate with partners in meeting the needs of youth and families, and to demonstrate culturally responsive practice.

Apply through the U of M Employment website (button below) using Job ID 348582. Be sure to indicate in your cover letter which training position you are interested in.

Child Welfare Training and Policy Liaison Lead

This individual will provide leadership, oversight, and direction to the development, maintenance, and evaluation of all child welfare workers, supervisors, and resource family training curricula to ensure it maintains fidelity to federal and state policy and program development across the division. Job ID 60106. Closing Date: 11/18/2022.

Curriculum Developer

This position is responsible for executing the strategic direction of development, implementation and maintenance of evolving curriculum and measures of competency for the Training Academy. The Curriculum Developer will liaise with subject matter experts and other Academy staff on curriculum revision, design and development. This position (Education Program Specialist 1, 9745S1) is a 100% FTE University of Minnesota employee positioned in the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare (CASCW) at the School of Social Work. The complete job description is located here. Job ID 348015.