Responsible for the development, marketing and delivery of community and school based workshops. Responsible for development, implementation, evaluation, and monitoring of continuing professional education.
This position works with the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence.
1. Respects and maintains student confidentiality. Demonstrates a positive and caring attitude
toward all customers, and staff.
2. Responsible for developing, updating, and marketing school and community based training.
Responsible for delivering school and community based training for youth and adult
audiences in conjunction with NCADD-RA staff. Responsible for assessing school and
community need, adapting programming to meet needs of requesting school / community
3. Responsible for ongoing development of continuing education program including; recruitment
and contracting with presenters, developing year round schedule according to community
need, tracking presenter / workshop evaluations. Responsible for application and logging in
of all new training to OASAS for continuing education credit standards to be maintained.
4. Responsible for ongoing ACCT evening program including; scheduling space, contracting
presenters, developing 16 month schedule, monitoring classes for attendance records and
presenter quality control. Responsible for communicating any changes as needed to OASAS
for educational credit standards to be maintained for the ACCT program.
5. Responsible for student selection process in ACCT program, to include: keeping current the
student application packet and interview format, updating ACCT informational flyer and
brochure as needed. Responsible for maintaining relationship with SUNY Empire for the
benefit of ACCT students.
6. Participate in networking groups, as assigned by Director, to assess community training
needs on an ongoing basis in order to maintain cutting edge provision of training.
7. Performs other duties as needed or requested by the supervisor.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree preferred (Health Education, Human Services, Counseling, or related fields) or equivalent combination of education and experience. CPP (NYS Credentialed Prevention Professional) or CASAC preferred.
Experience: Two-three years in program development, delivery of training to diverse populations.
Other: Must be able to drive and travel. Must have clean NYS driver’s license. Personal transportation required to accomplish core job functions.