One Health Communities That Care Coordinator in Hardin, Montana
Communities That Care Coordinator Operations · Hardin, Montana
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Employment Type Part-Time
Minimum Experience Entry-level
Compensation $18.31-$18.91/hr DOE
POSITION SUMMARY: This coordinator is responsible for creating an environment where community youth are supported and resilient. This person will lead efforts to implement a community-wide, youth-focused process of engagement, assessment and program development following the Communities that Care PLUS (CTC) system. This position will also assist in the development and deployment of outreach and education efforts to reduce the prevalence of opioid use disorder (OUD) in the community and increase the awareness of the scale of opioid use disorder, the nature of the disorder and the most effective and evidence-based responses to promote treatment uptake and decrease stigma.
This is a part-time position, 20 hours per week.
Some evening and weekend hours as needed.
Periodic travel to other One Health sites and within Montana as well as regional and national meetings will be required.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.
Serves as a member of the PROtection, and ORCA coalitions.
Completes training in the CTC system to serve as the “catalyst” to bring the CTC system to our community through initial engagement with the RHOP Consortium, broadening the effort to include all relevant community stakeholders, and establishment of a CTC Community Board.
Provides staff support to the CTC Community Board and its working groups.
Works with the CTC trainer/site manager to coordinate training and technical assistance which includes ensuring readiness for next training event, securing a training site, contacting participants, arranging for needed equipment, and coordinating materials.
Processes CTC Community board meeting preparation and follow-up which includes scheduling, securing a site, coordinating materials, arranging for refreshments if needed, maintaining rosters, and preparing and distributing agendas and minutes.
Participates in all model required activities, including bi-monthly coaching calls and documentation of progress (milestones/benchmarks).
Documents the CTC effort by keeping files of all related activities.
Prepares reports as needed to PROtection Coalition, BVHC Board of Directors, and other County organizations connected to the project.
Assists in the development and deployment of community outreach and education strategies in a variety of prevention area
Provides data required for completion of the RHOP and RCORP Consortium quality assurance/quality improvement projects and all required Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) funding reports.
MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent (may have a combination of education and experience in lieu of degree)
Valid driver’s license
Two (2) years’ in community organizing, youth work, ministry, education, or public health
Community outreach and education
Five (5) years’ experience in community organizing, youth work, ministry, education, or public health.