TemporaryEssential Job Duties:
The NC EYFP Program focuses on opioid prevention education for middle school youth and their caregivers in rural North Carolina. The NC 4-H Empowering Youth and Families Program consists of 4 core elements which provide intensive relationship and communication education for families with a focus on providing research-based information about the impact and statistics related to opioid misuse specifically to help youth and families make informed, healthy decisions. For more information: visit the website at https://opioidpreventionnc.org
The EYFP PA will:
- Direct day to day county-based grant project activities
- Market and recruit EYFP Powerful Communities participants
- Provide instruction as a member of the EYFP County Team using multiple curricula and at program-related events
- Work with county staff and local partners to build a network locally around the EYFP Powerful Communities Program
- Work with the state team to collect county EYFP data
This position is housed at the Pender County Cooperative Extension Office. Due to the nature of the position, it is encouraged that the candidate lives in the county or a neighboring county.
This is a grant funded therefore the position is coded as a temp position. According to NCSU policy, this individual is required to take a 32 consecutive day leave from this position each year.
Time of leave will be 46 weeks after hire. Fringe benefits are not included in this position.
ScheduleIs Time Limited:
Twenty hours a week. This can be during work days. Nights and some weekends will be required. The EYFP Assistant will recruit participants, prepare for and implement EYFP, network with partners, and market the EYFP. This person will participate in the confluence weekend as well as assist cohorts in the creation and implementation of required community events
NC 4-H Youth DevelopmentClassification Title:
Temporary Technical/ParaprofessionalWorking Title:
TEMP EYFP Program Assistant - Pender CountyWork Schedule:
20/hrs per weekOther Work/Responsibilities:
-Associates DegreeDepartment Required Skills:
-Experience in HOSA or public or community health background
-Experience with non formal education program delivery, management, and instruction
-Strong work ethic and attention to detailPreferred Years Experience, Skills, Training, Education:
-Ability to work as a contributing member of a team
-Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities
-Strong written and verbal communication skills
-Ability and experience to plan, manage, organize and implement educational activities with youth and adult audiences
-An out of the box thinker who will focus on building the credibility of the program
-Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
-Ability to operated standard office equipment including multi-line phone, computer, printer, and fax
-Bachelor’s DegreeRequired License or Certification:
-Valid Driver’s LicenseValid NC Driver's License required?:
NoCommercial Driver's License Required?:
NoAnticipated Hiring Range:
$15-$19/hr, Fringe benefits are not includedJob Open Date:
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