Harbor House is seeking an experienced, dynamic individual to be responsible for coordinating and implementing primary prevention initiatives for Harbor House of Central Florida. Supports the prevention department in its mission to end abuse in our community using evidence-based evaluation and processes.
- Serves as liaison to the Orange County high schools involved in the project by coordinating meetings and activities with both youth and adults.
- Serves as a facilitator for high school youth groups in the designated high schools to prepare them to become active bystanders for their peers in their schools.
- Provides information and research to both the Harbor House Prevention team and the designated schools
- Completes program evaluation, data input and data analysis for the designated school programs
- Participates in community action team meetings, prevention webinars and completes quarterly surveys.
- Schedules training and assists in educating the public dating abuse prevention, bullying, conflict resolution, healthy communication, bystander intervention
- Attends required training that centers around youth prevention and adult involvement in youth abuse prevention.
- Responsible for developing curricula that are appropriate for diverse communities
- Facilitate primary prevention training to diverse populations
- Facilitate Harbor House prevention curriculum at local high schools
- Assists in facilitation of discussions to review prevention enhancement projects
- Provide services in identified prevention enhancement projects as deemed appropriate Harbor House.
- Coordinates the integration of prevention activities
Education and Training:
Bachelor’s degree preferred in Education or Social Services related field. Professional experience may be substituted for formal education at the Chief Executive Officer's discretion.
Other Job Requirements:
This position requires strong public speaking and presentation skills. The ability to gather/compile and analyze research, to prepare professional written reports and presentations as well as the ability to provide leadership in a work and community settings is essential. Knowledge of government grants, non-profit organizations and intermediate to advanced computer skills are required.
Proven track record in managing and coordinating grant administration, developing and implementing community-based programs, creating and conducting presentations and training, and public speaking. One to three years of experience working with youth programming is preferred.
Please see full description of Primary Prevention Coordinator - Harbor House for application instructions.