The general function and responsibility of this professional position is to coordinate health promotion. Job responsibilities include coordinating and assisting with a variety of tasks including peer recovery coaching, stigma awareness campaigns, community resource and outreach programming, naloxone clinics and training, education and technical assistance. The Program and Planning Coordinator is responsible for the development, coordination, implementation, evaluation and oversight of assigned programs to assure alignment with funder requirements.
Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
Education: Baccalaureate degree or currently enrolled in Baccalaureate degree program.
Experience: Minimum two years’ experience in the field of financial assistance required. Educational and/or administrative background in community health or health care preferred. Experience in program planning and grant administration and working with underserved populations is preferred.
Computer literacy in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Power Point, and Excel required
Excellent communication, writing, decision-making and organization skills are essential.