Job: Regional Manager Part Time/Central Mass region

Title Regional Manager Part Time/Central Mass region
Job Information

Learn To Cope

JOB DESCRIPTION

JOB TITLE:  Regional Manager part time/Central Mass region

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Demonstrate ability to organize, coordinate and collaborate with group members
  • Experience in community organizing, group facilitation, and team building
  • Strong communications skills
  • Have excellent computer skills including proficiencies in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.
  • Demonstrate ability to work with diverse populations.
  • Be available for evenings, be willing to travel and be comfortable with a flexible schedule
  • Be a positive and capable advocate for the group members, the community and Learn to Cope.
  • Demonstrate an ability to work closely and effectively with key stakeholders such as the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Bureau of Substance Abuse Services.
  • Have reliable transportation and be willing to travel between chapters.

Preferences:

Expertise in the provision of prevention, treatment and recovery of substance use disorders.  Associates degree in social services, health education, or health promotion or 5 years experience in related field or as community organizer required.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist with establishing new chapters region of responsibility, including but not limited to: establishing appropriate locations for meetings, coordinating all aspects of new chapter, and networking within the local community prior to start up.
  • Assist with media outreach and marketing for establishing the community group: including proofing all advertisements for print, coordinating targeted marketing to ensure targeted meeting attendance, and be comfortable conducting media interviews when the senior regional manager is not available.
  • Attend groups to monitor peer facilitators and provide regular reports to the senior regional manager on the status of the community groups, including any issues or group requirements.
  • Identify and/or approve new facilitators on the recommendation of peer facilitators.
  • Maintain a culturally competent, safe and supportive environment for the group.
  • Assist in the training of all new facilitators and Narcan enrollment personnel, including coordination of trainings. Ensure the completion of all related paperwork.
  • Approve all peer facilitator schedules and maintain region wide contact lists.
  • Maintain and collaborate with senior regional manager regarding the regional event schedule.
  • Maintain record of program library, seek out new resources for members.
  • Maintain all program supplies including parent packets, drug tests, and Narcan related items for region.
  • Assist in phone, web, and email support for membership.
  • Participate and coordinate community events; represent the organization in the absence of the senior regional manager or the executive director.
  • Assist with record keeping and reporting, including agency financial reports, major event summaries, and the annual report.
  • In coordination with the senior regional manager, identify appropriate corporate sponsors and assist with fundraising by working with member fundraising committee.
  • Establish and maintain an appropriate parent advisory board, be an effective liaison between these members and senior regional manager.
  • Work with Board of Directors as required.
  • Assist with reporting and evaluation as needed, including member surveys and feedback as well as analysis,
  • Assist with Nasal Naloxone training and distribution
  • Other duties as assigned.
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