Supports the Ohio Program for Campus Safety and Mental Health (OPCSMH) Program Manager and consultants in all areas of higher education mental health best practices implementation and dissemination.
Northeast Ohio Medical University is an AA/EEO Employer. The university has a strong commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion and to maintaining working and learning environments that are free from all forms of discrimination. Women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Principal Functional Responsibilities
Promotes activities of the OPCSMH to institutions of higher education (IHE).
Assists with the coordination of Collaborative Program Development Grant Program-distributes RFP, reviews applications, notifies grantees, develops contracts, monitors grantee activities and collects outcome data.
Assists in the maintenance of OPCSMH listserv for all IHE stakeholders. Maintains mailing lists/database listserv for stakeholders. Reviews and updates content on OPCSMH listserv.
Assists with the development, management and distribution of OPCSMH curriculum brochures, training materials, marketing and promotional materials. Assists with multi-modal communications strategy including social media. Reviews OPCSMH website content.
Coordinates all logistics and support for training events and stakeholder meetings including on-site support for conferences and workshops, coordination of all CE/CEU/CME applications, compliance and distribution of certificates for all OPCSMH training initiatives.
Collects information for grant reports and funding applications.
Other duties as assigned
Education/Degree: Bachelor’s degree in education, public health, social work or related field.
Experience: Minimum one-two years of experience in event planning and coordination, publications development and outreach and client management or related activities.
Key Skills, Personal Characteristics, and Key Competencies
Ability to interact professionally with institutions of higher education, clinicians, and public
Excellent written and oral communication, and interpersonal skills, and the ability to set clear objectives
Strong organizational skills and the ability to work independently
Knowledge of mental health terminology
Willingness to travel within the state
Ability to use appropriate computer applications
Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, PowerPoint and Excel)