Posting DetailsJob TitleCommunity Coordinator/HEALRequisition NumberRE24564Working TitleHCS Community Coordinator/Boyd CountyDepartment Name40113:Opioid Abuse Research Strategic InvstmntWork LocationBoyd County, KYGrade Level45Salary Range$44,762-73,861/yearType of PositionStaffPosition Time Status Full-TimeRequired Education
MAClick here for more information about equivalencies:http://www.uky.edu/hr/employment/working-uk/equivalenciesRequired Related Experience
4 yrsRequired License/Registration/Certification
The essential job functions of this position require: communicating effectively; building positive working relationships with individuals from diverse backgrounds; abiding by University, state, and federal guidelines; maintaining confidentiality; prioritizing and managing work effectively; ensuring work is detailed, accurate, and completed in a timely manner; performing work in a sedentary position; reporting to meetings at different locations both on campus and off campus; interacting with individuals from various levels throughout the university; and working successfully with a team, as well as independently.Shift
Primarily days, with core hours from 8:00 am-5:00 pm, Monday-Friday. Weekend and evening hours may be required as workload demands.Job Summary
The University of Kentucky is seeking a Community Coordinator for the HEALing Communities Study (HCS) grant to serve Boyd County. This is a four-year grant aimed to decrease opioid overdose deaths by 40 percent. The Community Coordinator will provide essential leadership to Boyd County, one of the 16 participating counties. Each Community Coordinator will be responsible for implementing and conducting the study according to the specific study protocol, ensure excellent communication about local study activities, and assure best practices are being optimized for data collection. This is a unique opportunity to be a part of both the leadership and community-level teams positioned to bring together talented and dedicated individuals from the university community, Kentucky state government and treatment providers, as well as community criminal justice and public health departments to address one of the nation’s biggest public health crises.
The Community Coordinator will not only provide all local supervision and project management oversight, but will also include the following responsibilities:
• Providing direction to Community Care Teams comprised of Prevention Specialists, Peer Prevention Specialists, Social Work and Nurse Navigators.
• Engaging local coalitions (i.e., ASAP boards) and other local community leaders to participate in and otherwise support the initiative.
• Collaborating with the Kentucky HEALing Communities Study Program Managers and other leadership team members to ensure community care teams are meeting all essential study-related requirements.
• Effectively communicating information from leadership to community care teams and vice versa.
• Developing day-to-day operations and allocation of resources (i.e. staffing, budget, space) for the community care team.
• Engaging team to proactively address potential issues and/or obstacles before they negatively impact research success.
Candidates must possess strong project and data management skill set, have extensive leadership and supervisory/team building experience, excellent collaboration, communication (oral & written), initiative, decision-making, emotional intelligence, and relationship management abilities. Candidates must also possess a high level of integrity and a strong work ethic.Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? YesPreferred Education/Experience
Experience in managing large-scale research projects with human subjects. Graduate degree in related field desirable.Deadline to Apply09/29/2020University Community of Inclusion
The University of Kentucky is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce by ensuring all our students, faculty, and staff work in an environment of openness and acceptance. We strive to foster a community where people of all backgrounds, identities, and perspectives can feel secure and welcome. We also value the well-being of each of our employees and are dedicated to creating a healthy place to work, learn and live. In the interest of maintaining a safe and healthy environment for our students, employees, patients and visitors the University of Kentucky is a Tobacco & Drug Free campus.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we strongly encourage veterans, individuals with disabilities, women, and all minorities to consider our employment opportunities.
Any candidate offered a position may be required to pass pre-employment screenings as mandated by University of Kentucky Human Resources. These screenings may include a national background check and/or drug screen.Posting Specific Questions
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- * Please select the response that best represents your paid, full time work experience in a leadership position which included supervision of others.
- More than 0, up through 2 years
- More than 2 years, up through 4 years
- More than 4 years, up through 6 years
- More than 6 years
- * Please select the response that best represents your paid, full time work experience in delivering and/or coordinating research, health or social service programming, or community engagement efforts.
- More than 0, up through 3 years
- More than 3 years, up through 5 years
- More than 5 years, up through 10 years
- More than 10 years
- * Please give a specific example of a complex project or team that you've managed from start to finish. Include how your leadership on this initiative resulted in high impact change in your organization as well as the critical success factors which enabled you to achieve results.
(Open Ended Question)
- * This position will serve Boyd County, however at times it will include travel to community sites across the county and the Kentucky regional area. Are you able to meet this job requirement?
- * Where did you first see this position advertised other than on UK's online employment system?
- Diverseeducation.com (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)
- HERCjobs.org (Higher Education Recruitment Consortium)
- A Colleague, Friend and/or Family Member
- None of the Above
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