Anti-Drug Coalition Coordinato

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Job Title: Anti-Drug Coalition CoordinatorDepartment: PoliceReports To: Community Services LieutenantOpen Date: May 19, 2022Close Date: June 2, 2022Hiring Salary: $16.52 - $21.11 per hour, DOESalary Range: $16.52 - $24.78 per hour, DOEJob Summary:The applicant helps coordinate the Meridian community based anti-drug programs that utilizes localresources to proactively respond to the issue of substance abuse within the City of Meridian. Thisposition will require strong customer service skills, marketing experience, and an ability to relate andcommunicate well with the public. Performs work with Federal, State, City, local Police Departmentsand the Meridian Anti-Drug Coalition (MADC). This is a non-sworn position.Essential Duties & Responsibilities:Coordinate the substance abuse prevention / education programs within the City of Meridian;Works alongside the Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition Director as a team to tackle everything fromday to day activities or upcoming events and challenges;To act as a representative of the City of Meridian and the Police Department in developing partnershipswith other Treasure Valley drug prevention / education programs and entities;Facilitates and/or conducts training in the areas of substance abuse prevention / education as requestedby local businesses, citizens and community groups;Helps produce drug prevention education materials for a variety of media outlets including social, printand broadcast;Market substance abuse prevention / education programs and strategies within the community;Constant ability to communicate logically and clearly, both orally and in writing;Must display an attitude of cooperation, positivity and the ability to work well with others;Excellent telephone etiquette skills;Ability to demonstrate politeness, sympathy and respect in dealing with citizen and/or city staff;Performs other duties as assigned or needed.Job Specifications:Must have a minimum of 60 semester credits from an accredited university or college, preferred AssociatesDegree (AA) in the social sciences or criminal justice;At least one (1) year prior experience in local government in the area of law enforcement prevention oroutreach;2At least one (1) year prior customer service experience; Or any combination of education andexperience to
Job Title: Anti-Drug Coalition CoordinatorDepartment: PoliceReports To: Community Services LieutenantOpen Date: May 19, 2022Close Date: June 2, 2022Hiring Salary: $16.52 - $21.11 per hour, DOESalary Range: $16.52 - $24.78 per hour, DOEJob Summary:The applicant helps coordinate the Meridian community based anti-drug programs that utilizes localresources to proactively respond to the issue of substance abuse within the City of Meridian. Thisposition will require strong customer service skills, marketing experience, and an ability to relate andcommunicate well with the public. Performs work with Federal, State, City, local Police Departmentsand the Meridian Anti-Drug Coalition (MADC). This is a non-sworn position.Essential Duties & Responsibilities:Coordinate the substance abuse prevention / education programs within the City of Meridian;Works alongside the Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition Director as a team to tackle everything fromday to day activities or upcoming events and challenges;To act as a representative of the City of Meridian and the Police Department in developing partnershipswith other Treasure Valley drug prevention / education programs and entities;Facilitates and/or conducts training in the areas of substance abuse prevention / education as requestedby local businesses, citizens and community groups;Helps produce drug prevention education materials for a variety of media outlets including social, printand broadcast;Market substance abuse prevention / education programs and strategies within the community;Constant ability to communicate logically and clearly, both orally and in writing;Must display an attitude of cooperation, positivity and the ability to work well with others;Excellent telephone etiquette skills;Ability to demonstrate politeness, sympathy and respect in dealing with citizen and/or city staff;Performs other duties as assigned or needed.Job Specifications:Must have a minimum of 60 semester credits from an accredited university or college, preferred AssociatesDegree (AA) in the social sciences or criminal justice;At least one (1) year prior experience in local government in the area of law enforcement prevention oroutreach;2At least one (1) year prior customer service experience; Or any combination of education andexperience to
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