Job Posting OPEN
Healthy Workforce Network Coordinator
Classification: Full Time Temporary; Non-Exempt; 2-yr w/potential to become permanent
Department: Education & Prevention
Reports to: Education
& Prevention Director
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in human service field or related experience with project management experience. Working knowledge of alcohol/drug issues and experience working in the addictions field preferred. Must possess excellent interpersonal communication skills and be able to engage, motivate, and collaborate with a variety of constituents. A high level of comfort with computers and social media platforms is highly desirable, must be proficient with Microsoft Office, especially SharePoint and Outlook.
The Healthy Workforce Network Coordinator works in collaboration with local organizations and area businesses to improve employment prospects and educational opportunities for individuals in recovery while simultaneously educating the public and advocating for implementation of recovery-friendly employment practices by area employers.
- Convene partners in regular program meetings
according to goals and objectives identified by the project manager;
- Manage the day-to-day project activities
according to the work breakdown structure, including timeline, team
communications plan, and status report;
- Represent the Network at the agency level and
the agency at community events;
- Develop, create, and distribute program-related
marketing and advertising campaigns in print and on social media/web-based
- Manage grant reporting in collaboration with the
Director of Development and the Director of Operations & Compliance;
- Manage grant compliance through audits of
partners in accordance with grant guidelines, preparing ADC for DOL audit as
the lead agency;
- Track partner outcomes, invoicing, budgets, and
- Evaluate participant responses to the Healthy
Workforce Network surveys
Compensation: $21.97-24.17 per hour commensurate with experience; excellent
benefits include exciting opportunities for professional development; this
is a 2-year grant-funded position with potential to become permanent.
Alcohol & Drug Council of Tompkins County is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, political affiliation, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, genetic information, amnesty status, veteran status, or disability.
Alcohol & Drug Council of Tompkins County, Inc. is a STAR LRP-approved facility and a Certified Living Wage Employer