Grace Smith House, Inc. (845) ••• •••• x12 ••••••• @gracesmithhouse.org Position Opening Prevention Coordinator -- Dutchess County DATE: 4/18/2014 FROM: Sandra Vacchio, HR Manager RE: Position Opening Applicant is expected to ensure the quality of services delivered, are implemented in accordance with the agency mission, policy and procedures, and all other regulatory agency requirements. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, managing existing in-school prevention program with middle schools and high schools in Dutchess County. Lead, conceptualize, create, and implement a health care prevention program by engaging local hospital staff while also expanding prevention to other areas outside of youth and health care. Data is analyzed by the Prevention Coordinator to better serve the population and result in successful program outcomes. The Prevention Coordinator is responsible for supervising existing community education staff who will be primarily responsible for engaging middle and high school students within the Dutchess County's Public Education System and bring about awareness in teen dating violence prevention, awareness programs, non-violent conflict resolution, and family violence at public events, such as: one-day conferences, summer programs, etc. Experience with grant writing, managing budgets, and quarterly reporting required. The Prevention Coordinator needs to be a self-motivated, high energy individual who faces challenges with creativity. Hours: Full-time, 9am-5pm (with flexibility for some evening and weekends) Education: Bachelors Degree with 1-3 years work experience, or Associates Degree with 5 years of work experience Location: Poughkeepsie, New York (required travel around Dutchess County) If you are interested in this position or know someone who would be a great addition to the Grace Smith House team, please send your resume along with a letter of interest to ••••••• @gracesmtihhouse.org . Feel free to contact me at (845) ••• •••• , ext 12 should you have any additional questions.