Coordinator for the School-Based Center of Excellence (SBCOE) for Prevention & Early Intervention
- Miami University (Ohio)
- Oxford, Ohio
- Not Specified
- Posted Date
- Feb 3, 2023
- Position Type
- Employment Level
- Employment Type
- Full Time
Psychology: The Coordinator for the School-Based Center of Excellence (SBCOE) for Prevention & Early Intervention is responsible for assisting the SBCOE Executive Director in leveraging extensive internal Miami University (MU) expertise and a wide range of collaborative external partnerships with Ohio’s K-12 schools, community organizations, academia, and state agencies to build, implement, and sustain an expansive, coordinated, and centralized system of care for school-based prevention and early intervention that is accessible to all Ohio school communities.
The Coordinator for the SBCOE for Prevention & Early Intervention will:
• Provide administrative expertise to ED in formulating and implementing a wide range of fiscal, bureaucratic, and programmatic policies and practices; exercise independent judgment and, in consultation with the ED, has selectively delegated authority with regard to budget, personnel, and various intra- and inter-SBCOE dealings.
• Provide support and recommendations to the ED in order to advance and sustain the SBCOE’s:
statewide school-based prevention and early intervention models and efforts; research and scholarship of school-based prevention and early intervention throughout Ohio; identification, recruitment and active participation of SBCOE Advisory Team members; strategic planning to identify school-based prevention and early intervention infrastructure and capacity goals and objectives that are sustainable long-term; alignment of the vision and mission of the COE with the school-based prevention and early intervention priorities of the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and other Ohio state departments. • Supervise and oversee the work of the SBCOE’s graduate/undergraduate student assistants, reporting regularly to the ED.
• Serve as the SBCOE’s primary contact for communication, dissemination of information and resources, and engagement with MU affiliates, external partners, the COE Advisory Team, the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and other Ohio state departments, the COE Advisory Team, the Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Prevention & Promotion and other partners.
• Lead efforts regarding the SCBOE’s records management, including official records and documents, and ensuring compliance with federal, state, local, and university regulations, reporting regularly to the ED.
• Monitor, manage, and maintain regular financial reports regarding the SBCOE, including budgets, expenditures, fiscal procedures and practices, and auditing requirements, reporting regularly to the ED.
• Provide administrative expertise regarding the personnel management of the SBCOE, including hiring, retention, training, evaluation of staff, and maintaining a climate which attracts, keeps, and motivates diverse staff and volunteers of top-quality people, reporting regularly to the ED.
• Lead efforts regarding the SCBOE’s grants management, including identifying funding opportunities, assisting with writing proposals, implementing grant initiatives and requirements, and serving as the point of contact to the SBCOE’s external evaluators.
• Serve as the primary contact and lead staff regarding the public relations of the COE, including working collaboratively with other staff on diverse marketing, training, and awareness strategies to advance school-based prevention and early intervention across Ohio.
• Serve as the SBCOE’s lead staff with access to MU’s processing systems (e.g., hiring systems, payment systems, purchasing systems, travel systems) to ensure timely processing of paperwork and documentation.
• Support the ED’s work in ensuring Miami University’s strong reputation as a leader and convener of school-based prevention and early intervention efforts throughout Ohio.
Required: Bachelor’s degree and experience with financial budgeting.
Consideration may be given to candidates with at least 3 years of post-baccalaureate experience working administratively in a higher education environment; ability to multitask, ability to manage competing priorities, and work independently; excellent written and oral communication skills; excellent ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds; ability to successfully supervise employees and to constructively exercise authority and independent decision-making; and expertise with work in an electronic/web environment, including proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite, Google Workspace, and Adobe Acrobat Professional; knowledge of Miami University and College of Arts and Sciences policies and procedures with regard to budget and personnel.
Submit cover letter and resume to https://jobs.miamioh.edu/en-us/job/501266/coordinator-for-the-schoolbased-center-of-excellence-sbcoe-for-prevention-early-intervention. Inquiries may be directed to Dawna Meehan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Screening of applications will begin February 17, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled.
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