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Coalition Coordinator

Posted: 10/27/2022

The Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Council of Saratoga County, Inc.
The Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Council of Saratoga County, Inc, is a nonprofit, community-based organization working to prevent alcohol, drug, and other substance abuse throughout Saratoga County. Our mission is to provide education, information, and referral services, on subjects of violence prevention, alcohol, tobacco and other drugs to individuals and local communities. 
Send Resume along with a cover letter to: by 1/27/2023

We have a Part Time 9 Month position available: 15-20 Hours per week
Pay Range is 25-20 Based on Experience

The Coalition Coordinator will guide the coalition through successful completion of the final 9 months of the CDC funded program in South Glens Falls.  The coalition is comprised of community agencies, organizations and volunteers – youth and adult -- working to address alcohol and substance use by youth in the local community.   This project will be completed September 29, 2023.

Major Accountabilities: 

  • Provide supervision and support at the weekly Bulldog Zone program held at Moreau Community Center
  • Work with South Glens Falls school district administrators to assure timely completion of the Prevention Needs Assessment (PNA) during the spring 2023. 
  • Work with local youth in carrying out the Sticker Shock community initiative in spring 2023.
  • Attend all mandated meetings and trainings as requested by CDC;
  • Work with local community organizations and law enforcement to host one (1) Drug Take Back event in May 2023.
  • Assist SGF school staff in planning and carrying out the annual After-Prom event to be held in May 2023.
  • Work as a team member, under the supervision of the Prevention Council, with coalition members and others to meet program goals
  • Maintain CCFW’s presence on social media
  • Work with the Executive Director to complete all reports required by the CDC for grant 
  • Meeting and group facilitation
  • Excellent communication skills including public speaking and writing;
  • Organization and focus - able to set clear priorities, work independently and manage multiple projects
  • Strong computer skills
  • Experience in prevention programming, community organizing/mobilizing a plus
  • Current valid driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance, and vehicle availability
  • Bachelor’s degree and three years experience coordinating a community-based public health or voluntary health–related agency could be substituted for advanced degree.
The Prevention Council is an equal opportunity employer.

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