The Outreach Coordinator is responsible for the coordination, implementation, and management of ATS mobile units and other outreach efforts.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Oversight of staff and volunteers of mobile units, to achieve agency goals for evidence-based, trauma-informed, community focused programming and outreach. Responsibilities include community engagement via mobile units, including developing community partnerships, peer services, marketing efforts, and other outreach priorities as developed and assigned by supervisor.
Oversee administrative functions to assure the effectiveness and efficiency of mobile unit(s).
Develop, implement, and monitor mobile unit activities to meet the mission of the agency.
Promote harm reduction strategies, and evidence-based practices as they pertain to encouraging long term recovery for our clients and prevention efforts of within the community.
Create and maintain schedules, materials, and procedures so that mobile unit strategy is clear, organized and professionally executed.
Operate as an extension and partner to the clinical team in order to function as unified operation.
Serve as a liaison to administration and to clinical team for issues of concern, seeing clarification when needed.
Oversight of office, medical and other supplies in each mobile unit and establish procedures for managing inventory and ordering products.
Maintain an agency culture of quality improvement and clearly communicates to all program staff in regard to administrative and clinical initiatives.
Model good therapeutic boundaries and ethical behavior to clients and among staff.
Creating monthly scheduling of all staff/volunteers with oversight and management of staff timekeeping and compliance with published schedule.
Serve as an agency representative to media and community-based projects when assigned by CEO or supervisor.
BA or BS in human services area required
Valid Michigan Chauffeur License
MCBAP Certified or MCBAP Development Plan, upon hire
Recovery Coach Certification or eligible (preferred)
Harm Reduction Training, upon hire
Blood Borne Pathogens
Person Centered Planning
Ability to lift 40 pounds unassisted and ability to traverse stairs.
Ability to work independently and within an interdisciplinary team of professionals.
Must possess excellent decision making, leadership and critical thinking skills.
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
Knowledge of recovery and SUD treatment models.
Strong crisis intervention skills with ability to effectively de-escalate and problem-solve to promote safety and stability.
Ability to build rapport with clients and staff and communicate a supportive, non-judgmental attitude.
Ability to create and manage community partnerships in coordination with supervisor