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Department: Cheshire Expanded Public Health Network
Schedule: Full-time 40 hours/week
Shift: Days/Evenings/Weekends
Hours: 40
Contact Information:
  • Contact: Sarah Tatro
Job Details:
  • **Interviews will not commence until mid to late August for this position.**

    The Regional Prevention Network Coordinator is a full-time position of Monadnock Voices for Prevention (MVP). MVP is a regional network working together to reduce substance abuse. The Regional Prevention Network Coordinator collaborates with diverse community stakeholders to enhance the implementation of a comprehensive community-wide approach to reducing substance use and abuse in the Monadnock Region.  The Public Health Network is part of the Center for Population Health.

    Key Responsibilities: Represent Monadnock Voices for Prevention, Work with the communities in the Monadnock Region to build relationships and partnerships. Coordinate events to support and strengthen the strategic plan in coordination with the various region/topic specific coalitions. Ensure coordination of Monadnock Region awareness and educational opportunities in coordination with the various region/topic specific coalitions. Ensure promotion of the Monadnock Region coalition activities and achievements in coordination with the various region/topic specific coalitions.Provide technical assistance for substance misuse and abuse prevention to local communities, coalitions, school districts and stakeholders.

    Bachelor's degree in related field and prevention specialist certification. Those working towards certification will be considered. Certified Prevention Specialist status must be obtained within one year of hire. The preferred candidate will have strong written and verbal communication, organizational and planning, and interpersonal skills. Ability to multi-task and triage and facilitate cooperation among diverse organizations. Minimum of three years of experience in: substance abuse prevention and community organizing. The preferred candidate will also have experience with report and budget work, contract work, grant writing, non-profits, coalitions, service providers, and leadership teams. The ideal candidate will have a passion for substance abuse. Ability to manage own accountability in an independent environment. Must be detail oriented, able to track, follow through and meet deadlines within the Regional Networks work plan and all funder contract obligations.


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