Educate community on shelter and services provided by OTS. Participate in community fairs and school open houses to provide literature regarding OTS. Provide family resources for parents and youth. Conduct prevention workshops on conflict resolutions and anger management in middle and high schools in the metropolitan area. Collaborate with school counselors and community leaders on ways to better service community children. Conduct preventative groups within the OTS shelter on preventative topics, i.e., sexuality, drugs, anger, conflict resolution, etc. Initiate contact with churches, schools, community leaders and community agencies to provide and receive agency information and community services. Complete monthly reports.
•BA/BS/BSW, experience in Health Education, program development, grant writing, monitoring and/or public health.
•State Certified Prevention Specialist/Consultant
NOTE: Equivalent combinations of education and experience that could provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities, will be evaluated on an individual basis.
CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND ETHICAL CONDUCT:
All personnel of The Agency must adhere to the NASW Code of Ethics and incorporate Continuous Quality Improvement efforts into their everyday performance.
RELATED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Experience in dealing with a broad range of planning and public health.
Knowledge of Word.
Knowledge of youth development and substance abuse issues.
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