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Regional Intensive Intervention Specialist
Phoenix Union High School District
Phoenix Union High School District is currently seeking three professionals with experience in substance abuse prevention, intervention and education. This is a new position with opportunity to build a new program serving high school students and staff in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Must be independently licensed (LCSW, LPC, LISAC or other relevant licensure). Teacher schedule with summers off and competitive pay and benefits.
Link: https://www.pxu.org/talent
Touchstone Health Services Health Educator
Touchstone Health Services
General Summary:
The general purpose of this position is to implement prevention strategies and activities that support the program.
Essential Functions:
Implements evidence-based curriculum which includes facilitating with other staff as well as trained officials, site champions and community stakeholders. Provides a safe and inclusive environment for participants.
Develops and amends lesson plans to accommodate target populations.
Coordinates, recruits for, and facilitates youth and adult community-based groups.
Prepares necessary reports, service notes and documentation to identified parties.
Researches up-to-date information on prevention topics and ensures only accurate information is disseminated .
Provides prevention resources to schools and community members.
Helps to organize and train school officials, site champions and community stakeholders on how to effectively implement prevention programs and/or build sustainability for prevention programs.
Creates materials, presentations, and trainings to promote prevention efforts, increase awareness of prevention topics, and educate the community.
Receives referrals for interventions and other behavioral, mental, physical and social needs from program participants and addresses these referrals in a timely and appropriate manner.
Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
Requires a Bachelors Degree in Public Health, behavioral Health, related field or equivalent experience.
One (1) year experience working in behavioral health or prevention/health education.
Must be at least 21 years of age
Proficiency in MS Office products and including PowerPoint.
Must possess a valid AZ Driver’s License
Must possess an AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card
Link: https://secure4.saashr.com/ta/6158352.careers?CareersSearch
Touchstone Health Services Community Liaison
Touchstone Health Services
General Summary:

The general purpose of this position is to implement prevention programs with a specific focus on increasing community capacity, engaging in community development, as well as youth and parent engagement.
Essential Functions:
Organizes, recruits, implements, and facilitates community, parent, and/or youth prevention workshops.
Recruits community sectors to establish partnerships and to participate in coalition meetings.
Recruits, plans, and facilitates coalition meetings, coalition subcommittee meetings, and other coalition events including the parent and/or youth leadership components.
Organizes community events as well as participates in other health fairs/events in the community.
Researches, creates, and/or distributes materials designed to enhance community awareness and education.
Empowers, prepares, and trains community members to move towards sustainability of programming.
Provide referrals and resources to parents and youth. Updates resource lists to ensure youth friendliness, validity and practicality to the community.
Helps to construct, collect, distribute, and complete all community needs assessments including gathering statistics, completing focus groups, distributing surveys, interviewing and other such methods.
Completes all necessary documentation and reports for the program, agency and coalition.
All other duties as assigned.
Link: https://secure4.saashr.com/ta/6158352.careers?CareersSearch
Touchstone Health Services
Touchstone Health Services
General Summary:
As a part of the Touchstone Health Services (THS) Prevention Team, this position is responsible for providing and facilitating training opportunities for school and community partners; develop, coordinate, co-facilitate and deliver professional development trainings. Trainer will provide safe, inclusive, culturally appropriate, and trauma-informed environments for participants in all training formats.
Essential Functions:
Identify training needs and opportunities with school district and community partners on topics related to mental health awareness, self-care, self-harm awareness, resiliency, etc.;
Oversee, coordinate, and facilitate all training opportunities and collaborate with Prevention leadership for co-facilitation; purchase and prepare all facilitation materials for participations; maintain list of participants for grant deliverables and ensure successful recruitment for all training opportunities.
Participate in CARE Advisory Board Meetings to identify community training needs. Connect with potential training individuals/organizations to provide community training opportunities for CARE Coalition members or develop and facilitate training opportunities for CARE Coalition members; maintain list of community training participants for grant deliverables.
Ensures the integrity of training delivery and responds in a culturally appropriate manner with consideration for culture diversity, and learning styles, etc.
Aid Prevention Supervisors with Prevention specific new hire trainings as needed.
Provides guidance and shares knowledge of training techniques/methodology; participates in discussions concerning training materials, data collection, curriculum design, methodology, and reports to create quality trainings.
Collects, analyzes, and organizes various types of training data and reports for evaluation partners and leadership; update and maintain all training PowerPoints, documents, and materials on Microsoft teams.
Link: https://secure4.saashr.com/ta/6158352.careers?CareersSearch
Touchstone Health Services Community Trainer
Touchstone Health Services
General Summary:
As a part of the Touchstone Health Services (THS) Prevention Team, this position is responsible for providing and facilitating training opportunities for school and community partners; develop, coordinate, co-facilitate and deliver professional development trainings. Trainer will provide safe, inclusive, culturally appropriate, and trauma-informed environments for participants in all training formats.
Essential Functions:
Identify training needs and opportunities with school district and community partners on topics related to mental health awareness, self-care, self-harm awareness, resiliency, etc.;
Oversee, coordinate, and facilitate all training opportunities and collaborate with Prevention leadership for co-facilitation; purchase and prepare all facilitation materials for participations; maintain list of participants for grant deliverables and ensure successful recruitment for all training opportunities.
Participate in CARE Advisory Board Meetings to identify community training needs. Connect with potential training individuals/organizations to provide community training opportunities for CARE Coalition members or develop and facilitate training opportunities for CARE Coalition members; maintain list of community training participants for grant deliverables.
Ensures the integrity of training delivery and responds in a culturally appropriate manner with consideration for culture diversity, and learning styles, etc.
Aid Prevention Supervisors with Prevention specific new hire trainings as needed.
Provides guidance and shares knowledge of training techniques/methodology; participates in discussions concerning training materials, data collection, curriculum design, methodology, and reports to create quality trainings.
Collects, analyzes, and organizes various types of training data and reports for evaluation partners and leadership; update and maintain all training PowerPoints, documents, and materials on Microsoft teams.
Link: https://secure4.saashr.com/ta/6158352.careers?CareersSearch
Therapist
Touchstone Health Services
Touchstone is hiring therapists for our Outpatient Therapy and School Based Services programs! Touchstone focuses on evidence-based practices and quality of care to best serve our members and their families. Touchstone therapists provide family, individual, and group therapy to children and their families in person and/or via telehealth. Training opportunities are available to enhance your clinical growth. Supervision is available for licensure.

Join our amazing team at Touchstone!
Link: https://secure4.saashr.com/ta/6158352.careers?CareersSearch
PROGRAM DIRECTOR (Disability Services)
BLOOM365
ABOUT BLOOM365
Mission: Prevent abuse before it starts.
Vision: Safe and healthy relationships for all.
Our Big Hairy Audacious Goal: Educate and activate 10% of Gen Z youth by the year 2030 to promote healthy relationships and the intolerance of interpersonal violence.

PROGRAM SUMMARY: Sexual violence (SV) victims with disabilities are significantly underserved and face challenges in receiving comprehensive victim services that are accessible, culturally relevant, and gender responsive (DOJ/OVW, 2018). BLOOM365, an Arizona interpersonal violence prevention and response non-profit, along with schools and population specific community-based organizations serving children and adults of all ages who have special needs, will address this gap through Safety for All (SFA), a Sexual Assault Services Program.

SFA is a school and community-based program to increase help-seeking, safety, healing and well-being among victims of SV with disabilities. As the Program Director of BLOOM365 Disability Services you will lead the staffing and implementation of SFA within multiple program sites, including schools via special education/special needs programming and community-based disability specific organizations across Maricopa County, Arizona.

In addition, per the grant contract, you will have a direct service role, facilitating SFA outreach education and developing a Safety for All Lead Peer Advocate program. The target population is primary and secondary youth victims and survivors with disabilities, ages 11-24. The secondary target population is SFA program participants of all ages, plus their non-offending family members/ caregivers.
Link: https://www.indeed.com/job/program-director-disability-services-a2e21f924d44a141?_gl=1*6ujsb6*_gcl_au*MTMwNDYyMjE0NC4xNjg3ODgxNDA4
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INTERNAL OPERATIONS
BLOOM365
Please refer to application instructions on the Indeed job posting.

JOB SUMMARY: In this newly created position, the Deputy Director of Internal Operations will provide the management and internal leadership necessary to ensure that we achieve our BIG HAIRY AUDACIOUS GOAL to uproot abuse in a generation.

ROLES/RESPONSIBILITIES: The Deputy Director will oversee and direct all internal operations, freeing up the CEO to focus on external matters such as fundraising, public relations, training, and partnerships to scale BLOOM365’s impact.

The Deputy Director’s executive responsibilities include, but are not limited to, a wide variety of internal functions such as:

>Overseeing the day-to-day operations of the organization
>Providing supervision and direction to the program management staff
>Maintaining compliance with various government contracts, foundation grants and licensing agreements
>Streamlining and/or developing systems and processes for sustainability and scalability

This internal role is essential to BLOOM365’s growth across Arizona and to ensuring our team of analytical, creative, practical, and theoretical thinkers and doers have the resources and support needed to succeed individually and collectively.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
>Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field required. Master’s degree in business, public administration, or other relevant field strongly preferred.
>Three or more years’ experience in a management/supervisory position in a nonprofit organization, foundation, or government agency required.
>Demonstrated expertise with government grant contracts administration, financial/ programmatic reporting, and writing/executing MOU’s.
>Experience in the Interpersonal Violence prevention and response field strongly preferred.

Success in this role is measured by maintaining the human, financial, in-kind and tactical resources needed to effectively sustain and scale our impact.
Link: https://www.indeed.com/job/deputy-director-internal-operations-9ba87d69166afcd9?_gl=1*pkkya8*_gcl_au*MTMwNDYyMjE0NC4xNjg3ODgxNDA4
Child Fatality Review Program Manager
Arizona Department of Health Services
This position serves as the manager for the Child Fatality Review Program in the Bureau of Women’s and Children’s Health. The program Manager is responsible for Arizona’s Child Fatality Review Team and the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (CDC) grant. The Child Fatality Review Program is mandated by A.R.S 36-342, 36-350-4. This position is responsible for the administration of approximately $600,000 in state and federal funds and oversees contracts with ten to twelve local agencies for the provision of child fatality reviews. The Child Fatality Review program reviews the circumstances of the deaths of all children in Arizona, around 1,000 annually.
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/jobs/health-program-manager-3-remote-options-arizona-united-states-phoenix-f0b9bcac-bfc6-4f7d-813c-a62b4d9bb9d3
Prevention Specialist
Teen Lifeline
If you enjoy teaching and empowering teens and using your voice and clinical expertise to raise awareness for youth-related issues, apply to join Teen Lifeline’s dedicated and caring team!

Working cooperatively as part of the prevention team, the Prevention Specialist will represent Teen Lifeline and proactively connect with the community at large to raise awareness of suicide, protective factors, and other mental health related issues.

This person must be able to take both an ethical and best practice approach in a crisis and can shift focus as the situation requires. Independent and flexible, their day can start by leading a classroom discussion on suicide prevention and coping strategies and then immediately pivot to counseling and debriefing with youth and school personnel in a crisis situation.

Prevention education, outreach, and clinical services are the key areas of expertise for this position and a day in the life might consist of working and conducting presentations with schools and other community agencies; directing and overseeing student lead initiatives and outreach events; and ensuring that they are kept well informed on current clinical best practice regulations.

As a part of the Teen Lifeline program team, another large focus will be actively engaging with our volunteer teen peer counselors during their hotline shifts. The Prevention Specialist will supervise teen peer counselors on the crisis hotline one regular evening shift a week, and some nights and weekends. Showing empathy and being a compassionate listener all while using good judgment and effective boundaries is an important part of the Prevention Specialist’s relationship with our teen peer counselors.

If you share a passion for our mission and would enjoy working on a small, close-knit team educating and raising awareness for youth mental health issues, apply today!
Link: https://www.indeed.com/m/viewjob?jk=6735fd069f445eed&advn=3991214367389823&adid=416226873&ad=-6NYlbfkN0Cp_WSJKd_Pz82imZmURPbhd3kYBsiZi4lpMLOH6vOlLONFD_460k1qcnmdKdpcJAzpeDkV1OhaLQN2m067fVuc-NqpQfgzgQmUuzqMaGVqhxuv3Mvjh16U2YuIcQ-FlTBu3jly6S2nTBD7HZ_rlAcdbwLEBrt2QaIj891vM-zN6TKZkUUiVGNsRck7lzF8KLI_IkFAWWOFjPe2olEFL2SrKzX_mai5OJ479kXTo-QnmrXJ-hwq_T7fwkPa71bCzoM17_FH_S6XRBKwRbA0R4XfjZKcsQU8K__U_dG_ZtIrifhaEAQf0EmbbfRhblJrUJcbYk6tFpvVDFBmFuBEIa4yKvDXsvHPE2giDYSI0ig_6OoVeP9SW9D8yx4r4gnjM0DdFFpPcwauQg1qvZTUA-Iy1VN9kKqYMXsxyBuPjBlWakHeGQtXGIbO3h6HIGrG6CJNIItnpHAv0w%3D%3D&from=serp&dest=https%3A%2F%2Femployers.indeed.com%2Fj%2Fview-job%3Fid%3De9d01307335fa6433e8f&desth=a4720e073f2c188ce1be360f79c72668&prevUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.indeed.com%2Fm%2Fjobs%3Fq%3DTeen%2Blifeline%26from%3Dgooglesl&tk=1h5nqd44d2b1i000&dupclk=1&acatk=1h5nqds4qkc19800&pub=6917c08ec3ecf6012dd26f3773156e870cace3277f6b99df&xkcb=SoDm-_M3N387XYS-Ch0LbzkdCdPP
HRPP HEALH PROGRAM MANAGER
Arizona Department of Health Services
The statewide High Risk Perinatal Program ensuring coordination and alignment among all components of HRPP consisting of maternal and neonatal transport services, including the state consult hot line; hospital and inpatient physician services; and community health nursing implementing HRPP and the Maternal and Early Childhood Sustained home-visiting model. In addition,this person will be responsible for all programmatic and fiscal management including oversight of the HRPP data management system, Efforts to Outcome.
Link: azstatejobs.gov
Prevention Specialist
LPKNC
Facilitate workshops and evidenced based programs for youth and adults.
Link: www.LPKNC.org
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