Tuesday, July 17, 2018

OPPORTUNITY Communities That Care Work Lead

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This position is a full-time, permanent funded position: 
  • Position Title: Communities That Care Work Lead (#2126)
  • Classification: Public Health and Community Outreach Professional IV
  • Job Location: Denver 
  • Close Date: Announcement will remain open until July 25, 2018, or when an adequate pool is identified (i.e., minimum of 30 qualified candidates), whichever comes first. 
​To Apply:       Communities That Care Work Lead (#2126)

Description of Job
The purpose of this position is to provide strategic oversight, direction and execution of youth substance abuse prevention grants to local communities across Colorado. This position will include responsibility for key prevention program implementation, including: fidelity to the Communities That Care model, effective analysis of and implementation support for community-level primary prevention strategies, professional expertise in addressing substance abuse prevention using a shared risk and protective factor approach, expertise in applying prevention strategies to improve health equity, and integration of program evaluation across funded sites. This position is responsible for contributing to progress and fiscal status reports that will be provided to the department leadership and state legislature. This position provides supervision to two full time, permanent professional positions. This position provides oversight for technical assistance to local programs and the development and implementation of evaluation plans for prevention programming and to monitor fidelity to the Communities That Care model.
This position requires strong strategic and program planning, supervisory, technical writing, and leadership skills. This position will be responsible for building and maintaining relationships internally and statewide with diverse and varied stakeholders. This position requires strong verbal and written communication skills, as it is responsible for authoring local data reports, and building and maintaining relationships in the substance abuse prevention community at the local, state and national levels.

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