Adelphi University Project Coordinator - GRANT in Garden City, New York
Project Coordinator - GRANT
Job department/School: Social Work
FT/PT/Temp: Full time
Job Title: Project Coordinator - GRANT
Location: Garden City, N.Y.
SBIRT Screening, Brief Intervention, & Referral to Treatment - Grant
Title Position Reports To: Project Director, SBIRT- Grant
The Project Coordinator is responsible for planning and coordinating SBIRT trainings, and tracking and documenting the number of students and professionals who are trained as a result of grant activities, creating assessment and tracking instruments (including online surveys), and overseeing databases used to track project objectives. The Project Coordinator will work closely with the directors of Field Education (and field liaisons) for nursing, social work, and psychology to identify and recruit field supervisors to be trained by the Project, and will coordinate focus groups and other methods of obtaining feedback from student, faculty, and community professionals trained by the Project. The Project Coordinator will become a certified trainer for SBIRT, and will provide these trainings on a regular basis to students and professionals.
RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:
Planning, coordinating, and providing SBIRT trainings for community mental health professionals
Coordinating Project activities with collaborating SBIRT grants
Creating assessment and tracking instruments to measure Project goals and objectives
Managing evaluation efforts, including maintaining databases used to track Project objectives.
Tracking and documenting the number of patients treated with SBIRT practices as a result of grant activities
Working with Directors of Field Education to identify practice settings and field supervisors to recruit for SBIRT trainings
Working with the Director of Continuing Education and Professional Development to offer and disseminate SBIRT trainings
Communicate regularly with field practice settings to support students’ ability to implement SBIRT practices at their internships
Help to integrate SBIRT practices into existing undergraduate and graduate level coursework.
Assist in coordinating the activities of the project assistant, including task supervision of the project assistant.
Other duties as assigned
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with social work students, field instructors, agency administrators, grant program officers, social work faculty and staff;
Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
Familiarity with social work education and social work practice;
Knowledge of evidence-based substance abuse interventions
Ability to manage time in a fast-paced environment, and to work on multiple projects simultaneously;
Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office, including the ability to create detailed presentations;
Ability to manage computer databases which will be used to track goals and objectives
Master’s degree in Social Work or Psychology
Experience coordinating complex training and/or service delivery programs involving multiple constituents
Experience providing instruction/training to graduate students and/or health professionals
POSITION(S) SUPERVISED: Task supervision of Project Assistant