Job Title: PCO Operations Supervisor Reports to: PCO Project Coordinator
Job Summary: PCO Operations Supervisor manages the day to day operations including oversight of the PCO CIMS , post overdose follow up notifications, facilitating monthly meetings, assisting in coordinating trainings, and representing PCO at substance use disorder/mental health events. The Town of East Bridgewater Police Department is the lead grant agency overseeing administrative and fiduciary duties for this position.
- Experience in community organization, substance use prevention and intervention
- Demonstrate ability to organize, coordinate and collaborate with cross-sector community
- Strong written and verbal communications skills
- Demonstrate ability to work with diverse populations.
- Be available for some evening and weekend work as needed.
- Knowledge of Plymouth County and area services preferred.
- Commitment to PCO’s values and mission
Duties and responsibilities
- Assist in the implementation of a strategic and annual work plans to support county in overdose outreach initiative
- Implement communication plan as determined by the coordinator through earned and social media
- Establish and maintain productive and effective relationships across diverse sectors of the community, including law enforcement, partner organizations, municipal leaders, etc
- Provide education, technical assistance to law enforcement and partnership organization to ensure that overdose outreach is conducted in a consistent manner and all parties have necessary information.
- Assist in hosting workshops, trainings, conferences and other activities.
- Coordination of meetings and all related correspondence
- Organization and maintenance of all documents and files
- Promote culturally competent, state-of-the-art research-based prevention practices.
- Assist with maintenance of social media accounts
- Facilitate press coverage with traditional media outlets (newspapers, radio, TV, etc.) and non-traditional media outlets (e-newsletters, blogs, podcasts, agency newsletters, etc)
- Establish partnerships across diverse sectors of the community, other responsibilities as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree preferred in public health, criminal justice, psychology, or a related field.
- Knowledge of Plymouth County and the PCO model
- Proficiency in Microsoft Excel
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Work alongside Plymouth County District Attorney’s Drug Endangered Children Initiative Program Director
- Work alongside AmeriCorps/PAARI positions, including Recovery Coaches and administrative positions
- Work in collaboration with PCO Research and Data partner, Kelley Research Associates
- Valid driver’s license
- Access to a vehicle
- Successfully passing a CORI, Criminal Offender Record Information, background check
Work Schedule: Full time, contract, benefit eligible position
Salary: Negotiable, range $35,000-$50,000 based on credentials and experience
Application Process, if interested in this position, submit a letter of interest along with a resume by August 27th, 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org Interviewing process will start on August 28.
This position is a federal grant funded position that ends September 2020 with the plan to reapply for an additional two years of funding. The person holding this position will be at will, and will not be considered an “employee” of the Town of East Bridgewater.