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Prevention Specialist

Summary: Responsible for the development and implementation of prevention activities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Works independently, with guidance and mentoring from the Director, on all phases of prevention program implementation and program management, implementing multiple strategies across multiple domains. 2. Works directly with Coalition, youth and other community contacts or groups, and provides regular updates of progress of projects. 3. Works with the Director and other staff to develop and implement prevention activities, community events, and materials such as newsletters/brochures/flyers. 4. Compiles and manages data, working with outside evaluators as needed. 5. Provides prevention education and awareness to the public, including participating in community events. Must be able to lift and carry 30 lbs. 6. Must have, or obtain, an Arizona DPS Fingerprint Clearance card (based on ADHS/DBHS guidelines) within 60 days of hire. May be subject to additional investigations such as driving record, criminal history and background check. 7. Must have reliable transportation and maintain adequate automobile insurance coverage. May be required to transport community members or youth as part of community activities or events. 8. Other duties as assigned.

Education/Experience/Competencies: Bachelor’s Degree, three (3) years work experience in prevention related area, or a combination of education and experience that adequately prepares the individual for the position. Business English, spelling, punctuation, and grammatical usage. Filing and record keeping. Ability to represent the organization in a professional and appropriate manner. Follow written and verbal instructions. Communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies, and the public, especially with youth and families.

Preferred Special Competencies: Prevention field, community mobilization, health education, cultural competence, substance abuse treatment and recovery. Knowledge of service area.

Language Skills: Bilingual in Spanish and English encouraged.

Computer Skills: Exhibit knowledge and skills with Microsoft Office computer programs (i.e. Word, Power Point, Excel, etc.)

Full Time 

$14.50 - $15.50 Depending on Experience

 May work days, some weekends, and evenings. 

 

Administrative Assistant (with program support)

Summary: Performs routine secretarial and complex administrative work.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Composes a variety of correspondence and reports requiring considerable independence of judgment as to content, accuracy, completeness and appropriateness. 2. Keeps informed of new practices, procedures and policies, and community issues pertinent to the organization. 3. Maintains records, both electronic and hard copy. 4. Performs a variety of administrative duties as personal assistant to the Director. 5. Performs a variety of secretarial, office management, and receptionist duties. 6. Prepares agenda and materials for, and may attend and take minutes of, meetings of policy, advisory, administrative, or community groups. 7. Compiles and manages data. 8. Responds to public inquiries regarding agency services and prevention information. 9. Works with the Executive Director, Prevention Manager, and/or program staff to implement prevention activities, community events, and produce materials such as newsletters/brochures/flyers, social media, and web-based communications. 10. Provides prevention education and awareness to the public, including participating in community events. Must be able to lift and carry 30 lbs. 11. Must have reliable transportation and maintain adequate automobile insurance coverage. May be required to transport community members or youth as part of community activities or events. 12. Other duties as assigned.

Education/Experience/Competencies: AA Degree or HS diploma with a combination of education and experience that adequately prepares the individual for the position. Principles and practices of office administration and management. Business English, spelling, punctuation, and grammatical usage. Filing and record keeping. Modern office practices, procedures and equipment including use of computer. Ability to represent the organization in a professional and appropriate manner. Follow written and verbal instructions. Communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies, and the public.

Preferred Special Competencies: Prevention field, community mobilization, cultural competence, substance abuse treatment and recovery. Knowledge of service area.

Language Skills: Bilingual in Spanish and English encouraged.

Computer Skills: Exhibit knowledge and skills with Microsoft Office computer programs (i.e. Word, Power Point, Excel, etc.)

Part Time

$12.00 - $13.50 Depending on Experience

May work days, some weekends, and evenings. 

 

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