DEPARTMENT OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION: PREVENTION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD COORDINATOR -GRANT FUNDED
DEPARTMENT OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION: PREVENTION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD COORDINATOR
TOWN OF STOUGHTON
This position is 28-35 hours/week with full benefits.
● Coordinate the daily operations of the Stoughton Prevention in Early Childhood grant including:
● Establish and coordinate a Stoughton Early Childhood Prevention Task force comprised of
local providers and stakeholders
● Develop and lead a strategic planning process for the Stoughton Early Childhood Prevention
● Build new partnerships and strengthen existing partnerships to support the Early Childhood
● Coordinate assessment and evaluation activities in consultation with the program evaluator
● Provide weekly support to project implementation sites
● Coordinate and / or lead trainings for program implementation sites and key community partners
● Support program development and implementation in ways that are inclusive and culturally relevant for the needs of Stoughton residents
● Produce necessary reports for BSAS
● Act as primary liaison between BSAS and the Town of Stoughton
● Other duties as assigned
Special Requirements/ Skills:
● 3-5 years’ experience working in the human service field; Experience working with diverse populations.
● Expertise in prevention strategies (Strategic Prevention Framework, research-based substance abuse prevention)
● Community organizing and group facilitation skills preferred
● Some local, regional, and statewide travel required
This position is grant funded and reports to the Stoughton Prevention Coordinator located at the Stoughton Substance Abuse Prevention Department.
Please send cover letter and resume to: Human Resources, Town of Stoughton, 10 Pearl Street, Stoughton MA 02072 or tpereira@Stoughton-ma.gov . Position will remain open until it is filled.
“The Town of Stoughton is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender or gender identity, familial status, disability, ancestry, age, marital status, public assistance status, sexual orientation, veteran history/military status or genetic information.”