Set and maintain a regular meeting schedule with the Coalition PI to provide updates, collaborate on environmental and other strategies, problem-solve complex issues, etc.
Qualifications for the position:
Bachelor’s degree in Health Promotion, Community Education, Community Engagement, or closely related field preferred. A minimum of two years education in closely related field combined with three years’ experience in community coalition building and prevention practices can be substituted for degree requirement.
Required Skill Set:
Experience in coalition building, community mobilization, and outreach
Five years demonstrated experience in coalition building, community mobilization, and outreach and knowledge in youth substance use prevention, youth prevention programs, and prevention principles
Light lifting (e.g. setting up a room for a public meeting, chairs, tables, outdoor tents and public-address systems)
Mostly local, must have reliable transportation. CADCA leadership Forum in Washington, DC, National Coalition Academy or other coalition related conferences or meetings.
This opportunity includes an excellent benefit package and is grant-supported by the SUNY Buffalo State
Sponsored Programs Office/Research Foundation. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.