Partnership to End Addiction seeks a Research and Outreach Coordinator of Service Equity and Inclusion to help our organization serve all families and address the specific needs of historically underserved populations.
The Coordinator is a vital member of the family services team and reports to the Manager of Service Equity and Inclusion.
The Coordinator as a full-time, grant-funded employee, will be responsible for developing and implementing grant-specific projects that serve both:
· Spanish-speaking families in New York State that seek to address and/or prevent substance use by their child (of any age), especially those who have limited income and/or meet the ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) definition for low income; and
· Families that seek to address and/or prevent substance use by their LGBTQ+ child (of any age)
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
· Identifying and making meaningful connections with organizations that serve both Spanish-speaking and LGBTQ+ families
· Securing support from organizations that serve Spanish-speaking and LGBTQ+ families to disseminate content for these audiences
· Conducting needs assessments for both Spanish-speaking and LGBTQ+ families, analyzing responses, and developing course(s) of action based on learning
· Developing systems to track metrics against grant deliverables and organizational objectives
· Working with our service program leads (Helpline, Peer, Group and Automated) to improve our services and increase the number of Spanish-speaking and LGBTQ families we serve
· When travel can safely resume the Coordinator may travel up to 10% of their time. We do not foresee travel as a requirement of this position in 2021.
· Bachelor’s degree and at least one year of relevant experience providing support to a manager on a variety of projects;
· Program development experience;
· Experience gathering, analyzing, and interpreting data and statistical reports related to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI);
· Demonstrated excellent organizational and report writing skills;
· Demonstrated experience creating and maintaining collaborative work;
· Compassion and empathy for those impacted by addiction
· Bachelor’s degree in management, health care or other social sciences field and at least 3 years of successful relevant full-time professional experience managing health communications programs;
· Demonstrated ability to work on multiple projects and effectively complete projects with tight deadlines;
· Experience in implementing action plans with tangible, measurable outcomes/indicators;
· Experience using results of analyzed DEI data in implementing meaningful actions with progressive outcomes;
· Demonstrated ability to think critically and creatively; and experience working with and serving diverse populations.
Note: We are temporarily teleworking during the COVID-19 pandemic. When we return to in-office work, the Coordinator would work in our NYC office.
Cover letter, resume and salary expectations should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partnership to End Addiction is an equal opportunity employer.