We're Hiring - Linn County CAN Program Director

Linn County CAN

PO Box 905

Albany, Oregon 97321

541-926-5432

Position Description

 

Position:                     Program Coordinator

 

Classification:            Salaried

 

Supervisor:                Linn Co. United Way CEO

 

The Program Coordinator has responsibility for the development, implementation and management of awareness and prevention programs for Linn County working in co-ordination with members of the Linn County CAN members.

 

Principle Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

·         Coordinate and maintain records of all Linn County CAN committee and subcommittee meetings

·         Assist in coordinating county wide Child Abuse activities which include:

o   Prevention programs

o   Media awareness opportunities

o   Child Abuse Summit for Linn County to be held each April

 

·          Reach out to rural communities to assist them in coordinating individual communities

 

 

Job Duties include but are not limited to:

·         Identify and apply for funding opportunities that will enable Linn County Can to implement a strong awareness and prevention program.

·         Work with the Linn County Can to develop a strategic plan with three and five year goals.

·         Identify and cultivate  volunteers to assist in county wide child abuse activities. 

·         Work with the United Way of Linn County to maintain all records required for financial reports, grant funding sources and all legal obligations of Lin Co. CAN

·         Develop and manage the production and printing of all brochures, fliers, and materials needed to implement program.

·         Other duties as assigned

 

 

 

 

Skills Required include but are not limited to:

           

·         Must be an independent and self- motivated person

·         Must be flexible to attend meetings and function within the communities of Linn County to include  some evenings and weekends

·         Be able to achieve results when confronted with major responsibilities and limited resources

·         Possess strong computer skills to include word, excel or access, document publishing program, power point and other necessary tracking programs

·         Be able to work effectively with a wide variety of agencies, businesses and individuals to insure communities become educated and engaged in the effort to stop child abuse.

·         Excellent written and verbal communication skills

·         Excel in dealing with the public and diverse populations

·         Proven grant writing experience preferred

 

Qualifications:

·         A minimum of 2 years managing a program 

·         Valid Oregon Drivers License and ability to be insured

·         Ability to pass background check

·         Committed to the purpose of Child Abuse awareness and prevention to protect the children of Linn County

·         Strong interpersonal and administrative skills 

Email cover letter and resume to office@unitedwayoflinncounty.org