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CORD Coalition and Marketing Coordinator

 

School Community Youth Collaborative has been serving the youth of Montezuma County since 1999. Our mission is to support youth on their path to healthy adulthood and our vision is that all youth are valued and thriving members of our community. We live our shared SCYC values of passion, integrity, teamwork, community, flexibility, creativity, fun, open-mindedness, education, self-care, and youth voice. 

 

Our Coalition On Responsible Driving works to reduce instances of impaired driving and youth substance use in the southwest region through messaging, expanding transportation options, and giving people the tools and knowledge to make a healthy choice. 

Overview: 

 

Leadership

  • Assist in the development and implementation of all Impaired Driving Prevention Programs in La Plata County, Montezuma County, and Dolores County

  • Using the CORD Work Plan ensure all expectation are met in La Plata County, Montezuma County, and Dolores County and that outcomes and deadlines are met in a timely manner 

  • Coordinate with current CORD partners on effective partnerships opportunities

  • Create and distribute trainings for people in the restaurant industry in partnership with local law enforcement to encourage safe alcohol serving

  • Attend regular meetings with the regional Coalition on Responsible Driving, Communities that Care, Montezuma Injury Prevention Action Team and other supporting or new partners 

  • Assist in the development of next year’s statement of work as well as any other CDOT requirements 

  • Monitor and track implementation activities 

  • Work with Director for other grant tracking requirements

  • Develop media campaigns in collaboration with partners aimed at raising awareness of the harms and consequences of impaired driving in La Plata, Montezuma and Dolores Counties 

  • Supervise a young person and support them in the delivery of the youth activity calendar in collaboration with the Communities that Care Coalition 

  • Meet weekly with young person and ensure that they are on track with marketing and calendar goals, support them in achieving their goals on their work plan 

 

Teamwork 

  • Support the SCYC team through acts such as being on time for meetings, supporting the cleanliness of the office, requesting support from co-workers in a timely manner and getting work done on time 

  • Have an open mind, and be open to feedback

 

Care/Passion for Young People 

  • Act as a representative of SCYC programs and promote prosocial opportunities for youth in Montezuma County 

  • Act as an organizational representative and liaison to outside organizations. Build positive community relationships through participation on relevant steering committees and action teams. 

  • Model Positive Youth Development, Trauma Informed Care and the creation of safe spaces for youth 

  • Keep abreast of current literature on youth development. 

  • Include a youth voice in organizational decisions when appropriate.

 

Financial Responsibilities

  • Follow SCYC policies around credit card use when purchasing program supplies and record expenses as directed by SCYC policies; return receipts in a complete and timely manner

  • Maintain organizational and personal integrity surrounding money use and budgeting 

  • Work with Assistant Director to manage grant budget, changes in budget and 

Logistics

  • Proficiency in Google Workspace, Excel, social media (Facebook, Instagram at a minimum), and Zoom

  • Experience managing large teams

  • An ability and willingness to work collaboratively with others

  • Ability to work independently once trained

  • Experience with grant writing or willingness to learn

  • Creative thinking and problem solving skills

  • Must live in Montezuma/Dolores/La Plata County 

 

Marketing

  • Develop and implement marketing strategies to promote SCYC’s programs and initiatives 

  • Manage social media platforms and create engaging content to connect with the community 

  • Work with the SCYC Director to create and distribute newsletters and press releases

  • Create promotional materials 

  • Coordinate and assist in organizing fundraising events, online fundraisers and community outreach efforts 

  • Monitor and analyze the effectiveness of marketing campaigns and adjust strategies as needed 

  • Cultivate relationships with local media, partners and stakeholders 

  • Collaborate with youth marketing intern to incorporate youth voice into SCYC’s overall marketing plan 

 

Benefits

  • 40 hours/week $26.00/hr

  • Hybrid work schedule, with flexibility to work from home and the office 

  • Simple IRA available through Onward! A Legacy Foundation 

  • 120 hours of vacation/year (capped at 80 hours) and sick time accrued at 8 hours/month

To apply: please email Christine at cbrice@scyclistens.org with CORD Application in the subject. Position will be open until filled. 

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