Position Title: Outreach Coordinator
Reports To: Director of School Based Prevention
FLSA Status: Exempt, full-time
Position Summary: This full-time, year round position works with youth as All Stars Camp Coordinator with the Saratoga Springs City School District and as Stop-DWI Coordinator across all school districts in Saratoga County. The Outreach Coordinator will provide outreach and coordination of non-curricular prevention strategies for school districts in Saratoga County for the purpose of reducing substance use and promoting positive youth development. In particular, the STOP-DWI Outreach Coordinator will work with schools that recently conducted a student survey and are not currently served by a coalition.
Major Accountabilities: The responsibilities of the Outreach Coordinator shall include, but not be limited to:
All Stars Camp Coordinator:
- Communicate and help promote all aspects of the All Stars program to parents and school administrators of the Saratoga Springs School district.
- Coordinate all scheduling, details and registration for the four week All Stars summer camp, including on-site support.
- Purchase and organize all supplies needed for the four week camp. Coordinate the move of camp equipment and supplies from storage unit to Maple Avenue Middle School.
- Hire and determine weekly schedule of camp director, teen camp counselors and helpers. Select students from All Stars participants to return to camp as camp helpers.
- Coordinate and hire nine instructors for weekly specials programs at the All Stars summer camp. Secure additional staff and volunteer help as needed throughout the four week program.
- Develop, schedule and coordinate the All Stars school year program, including communication of the events with school administrators and All Stars families.
- Facilitate activities at school events that encourage peer bonding, problem solving, student leadership and reinforcing objectives of the All Stars curriculum.
STOP DWI Coordinator:
- Provide support for SADD clubs and advisors including possible coordination of an advisor luncheon or regular newsletter of ideas/activities for SADD clubs.
- Provide support for school-to-parent communications by providing positive parenting messaging for schools to disseminate through their already utilized channels.
- Identify and cultivate community partners in communities that do not have a coalition in place.
- Assist schools with strategies targeting specific needs identified in student surveys including developing social norms campaigns, bringing in speakers/presenters.
- Assist schools to implement STOP DWI efforts in the high school—presentation, sharing materials, tabling at school/community health fairs.
- Network with prevention educators to support and build on the programming that they provide to selected schools.
- Develop and distribute materials such as prom flyers for parents, infographics.
- Assist with Safe Spring event planning and implementation.
- Willingness to work a flexible schedule (including some evenings and weekends) and travel primarily throughout the agency’s geographic area.
- Ability to model behavior consistent with the mission of The Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Council per the agency’s personnel manual.
- Participate in and actively support agency fundraising efforts.
- Teaching degree from an accredited college or university. CPS, CPP credential from OASAS, Master’s degree with teaching experience preferred.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Current valid driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance, fingerprinting clearance and vehicle availability.
Resumes will be accepted until October 16th, 2016. Interested candidates should send resumes to email@example.com