Friends of Navajo County Anti Drug Coalition Ind Drug Free Communities Grant Program Coordinator job in Pinetop, AZ

Company
Friends of Navajo County Anti Drug Coalition Ind
Job Title
Drug Free Communities Grant Program Coordinator
Job Type
Full-time
Location
PO Box 1596
Pinetop, AZ 85935

Drug Free Communities Grant Program Coordinator

We have a full-time opening for a Drug Free Communities Grant Program Coordinator.

Must be able to work various shifts per week.

  • Must have 5 or more years experience.
  • Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
  • Be authorized to work in the United States.
  • Must have reliable transportation.
  • Background check required.

Additional Info

Driving
Valid Driver’s License
Minimum Age
21+ years old

Additional

Job opening: Start Date August 1, 2016

JOB DESCRIPTION

Title: Drug Free Community Program Support Coordinator                                                   

  • Supervise administrative staff and volunteers associated with Nexus Coalition for Drug Prevention (NCDP) and DFC Program.
  • Complete required records and reports for NCDP and DFC quarterly requirements. Review goals and progress toward said goals, to report.
  • Meet with NCDP, Friends of Navajo County Coalition Against Drug Abuse, Inc., businesses and community members to maintain focus of program outcomes and goals and to coordinate resources.
  • Maintain communications between all affiliated entities, committees and subcommittees, communities, public/media and law enforcement
  • Review budgets and certify documents for personnel and financial purposes. Assist with grant administration and submission of grant.
  • Prepare reports, data and statistics regarding substance abuse issues and planned courses of action for programs such as proposed prevention workshops, trainings and community outreach.
  • Provide training and ongoing educational development for volunteers, constituents, target groups and community members.
  • Track services provided, actions planned and report for evaluation and documentation.
  • Attend community meetings and events regarding substance abuse in representation of NCDP.
  • Travel between county sites for meetings and to oversee programs. Extended out of state travel to fulfill federal grant requirements for training, as required.
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including occasional evenings and Saturdays.

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Knowledge of the principles, practices, trends for strategic multi-level substance abuse prevention development and administration, social norming, environmental change strategy
  • Knowledge of current laws, codes, ordinances, trends and standards pertaining to substance use and abuse; current/changing medical/legal marijuana, synthetic drug and local social hosting ordinances and laws
  • Knowledge of principles of grant writing, grant administration and grant reporting requirements and procedures
  • Knowledge of principles and practices of supervision
  • Skill in analyzing the needs of the program/grant; developing short and long-range plans; to adapt and apply evidence-based, best practices and models to address at-risk populations
  • Skill in effectively communicating verbally, in writing and in cyberspace
  • Skill establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, volunteers, agencies, media and the public
  • Skill in planning, organizing and directing the work of volunteers, groups, events and the public
  • Skill in delivering substance abuse prevention workshops, programs, training and information through classroom and/or large event setting
  • Skill in collecting, tabulating and analyzing a variety of data for transmitting or sharing in reports or presentations
  • Ability and experience to work effectively with youth and adults in the area of substance abuse prevention
  • Self-directed, accountable and well organized
  • Minimum Qualification:

Bachelor's degree in a related field with two years related field experience/one year supervisory experience OR a minimum of 5 years of substance abuse supervisory experience and Arizona substance abuse prevention credentialing (or relevant combination of education, training and experience); and a valid Arizona driver's license and fingerprint/background check.

 

 

 

 

 

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