FL PRC Coordinator

Job Locations US-NY-Rochester
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(7/30/2020 3:43 PM)
Category
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence
Type
Regular Full-Time
FLSA Status
Non-Exempt
Shift
Days
Department
NCADD
Corporation Name
DePaul Community Services (DCS)

Overview

The Finger Lakes Prevention Resource Center (FL PRC) Coordinator will provide PRC team leadership and be responsible for monitoring PRC deliverables under the supervision of NCADD-RA’s Director.  The Coordinator is responsible for the operation and management of the PRC to include technical assistance, training development and implementation, supervision of PRC staff, data and report management, and monitoring of PRC expenses.

Responsibilities

  1. Responsible for supervising FL PRC staff including Community Development Specialists and any temporary or part-time staff related to grants and/or specials projects.

  2. Responsible for coordinating and / or supporting FL PRC team efforts to develop and maintain relationships with new and existing coalitions, providers, and other Finger Lakes regional partners.   

  3. Responsible for coordinating training and technical assistance offered for regional coalitions; coordinating training developed, implemented, or brokered by the FL PRC team for providers.  Training incudes EBP trainings, networking workshops and other training opportunities when appropriate.  Responsible for ensuing that all training and technical assistance services provided by the FL PRC are culturally and linguistically responsive and relevant. 
     
  4. Responsible for submitting the annual plan, monthly reports, and annual reports to NCADD-RA’s Director and NYS OASAS.  Responsible for monitoring FL PRC expenses with NCADD-RA’s Director.   
     
  5. Responsible for maintaining communication with NYS OASAS and for logistics related to statewide meetings and trainings.  Responsible for providing ongoing updates to the FL PRC page of NCADD-RA’s website to ensure up-to-date informaiton is posted.   

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree preferred at minimum (human services, health education, or related fields) or equivalent combination of education and experience.  CPP (NYS Credentialed Prevention Professional) preferred.  The applicant will have at least 5 years in community mobilization, capacity building, needs assessment, data collection, advocacy, and the delivery of prevention education. 

Applicant must be able to drive and travel.  Current valid NYS driver’s license and acceptable pre-hire DMV screen.  Personal transportation required to accomplish core job functions.    

 

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