SAY San Diego has a full-time opening for a Program Manager with our Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention program!
The Program Manager provides broad programmatic direction and management and ongoing support and facilitation tobacco prevention efforts related to the implementation of the San Diego Smoke-Free Project. The Program Manager will supervise the Prevention Specialist, Community Organizer and Subcontractors and work for policy and social change around tobacco drug use in a systematic, deliberate and collaborative way. This position is under the supervision of the ATOD Prevention Senior Program Director.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Work collaboratively with all participating agencies and community collaborations to develop and maintain subcontracts, written memoranda of understanding, protocols, and all necessary information for planning resource coordination for prevention activities.
Establish and maintain current, accurate, and confidential records, statistical data and outcome monitoring systems for purposes of reporting, contract management, etc.
Prepare and deliver written and oral reports to the funding sources, collaborators, and community groups.
Participate in San Diego County Tobacco Control Meetings and collaborate with key partners.
Build a working knowledge of the smoke-free housing and tobacco retailer licensing and build relationships with key community members in San Diego, National City, Imperial Beach and Chula Vista, business sector, schools, behavioral health service providers, and decision-making bodies like planning groups and town councils.
Support young adult leadership efforts, coordinate with credible messengers to develop peep support groups and develop protocols that support cessation services in the county including but not limited to the California Smokers Helpline.
Other tasks as assigned by the ATOD Senior Program Director.
QUALIFICATIONS (Education, Experience and Certifications):
Bachelors Degree preferred.
Bilingual in English and Spanish is preferred.
Experience in community and economic development working with collaborative efforts and/or similar initiatives relevant to environmental prevention.
Must have access to reliable transportation and be willing to use it for job-related tasks.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Proven ability to work with diverse community and neighborhood organizations and constituencies.
Demonstrated effectiveness in working with youth.