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Internal Number: 202302038AP
The CSU Health Network is recruiting for a Coordinator of Prevention Initiatives.
The Coordinator of Prevention Initiatives provides support for inclusive, prevention-based, sexual health initiatives, and substance misuse prevention programs. The role includes coordination of initiatives that foster resource engagement, targeted skill-building, health enhancing behavior change, and assists with addressing the environmental context in which health decisions are made. This position works collaboratively with CSU Health Network staff, peer education, and partners on and off campus to execute initiatives. This position advises the Ram Recovery Community and co-facilitates the Peer Educator training course.
The Coordinator of Prevention Initiatives is a regular full-time, 12-month, salaried, Administrative Professional position.
The Coordinator of Prevention Initiatives reports to the Manager of Sexual Health Initiatives and Peer Education, in partnership with the Manager of Substance Misuse Prevention, and is part of the CSU Health Network Health Education and Prevention Services (HEPS) team.
For full consideration, complete applications must be received by 11:59 pm Mountain Time on Sunday, December 3, 2023.
CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.
Required Job Qualifications
Master’s degree by start date in public health, behavioral sciences, social sciences or related field; OR
Bachelor’s degree in public health, behavioral sciences, social sciences or related field, plus three years of full-time, professional experience
Two years of full-time work experience in the functional area of substance misuse prevention, sexual health and/or health promotion; OR
Two years of full-time work experience applying the public health model of prevention
Preferred Job Qualifications
Professional experience planning, developing, implementing and evaluating sexual health initiatives, substance misuse prevention and/or health promotion programs that are based in the public health model of prevention
Professional experience working with peer based programming
Experience developing and facilitating prevention-based presentations, outreach, and/or trainings
Academic course teaching experience
Demonstrated commitment to, knowledge of, and experience with providing programming and/or services to, collaborating with, and advocating for individuals and communities with marginalized identities
Demonstrated collaborative and autonomous work experience in executing complex initiatives
Experience advising and mentoring students
Experience working in higher education setting
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Characteristics
Demonstrated organizational skills
Verified budget management skills
Strong listening, interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
Demonstrated group facilitation skills
Computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, etc.)
Ability to analyze policies, programs and initiatives to make recommendations for quality improvement
A personal or professional commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through active planning and purposeful effort
CSU Health Network
The CSU Health Network (CSUHN) at Colorado State University provides a full range of cost-effective mental health and primary care medical services on campus, referral for community specialty care, and comprehensive health education and prevention services programming. Services such as physical therapy, dentistry, and optometry are available. The CSU Health Network is active in creating a healthy campus environment to support learning and success. For more information about the CSU Health Network at Colorado State University, see http://www.health.colostate.edu.
Why work at Colorado State University?
Commitment to Campus
Colorado State University’s Commitment to Campus encompasses a wide range of programs, discounts, and special benefits available to CSU faculty and staff. Here are just a few…
FREE credit courses (up to 9-semester credits per year) through Employee Study Privilege
FREE growth/training/development opportunities
FREE MAX transit use with CSU identifications
After-school programs and summer camps for kids
Tuition Scholarships up to 50% for eligible family members
For more detail about these and other Commitment to Campus programs, visit:... https://commitmenttocampus.colostate.edu/
While employees of CSU do not contribute to Social Security, the University and the state of Colorado offer competitive retirement plans. As a condition of employment and required by Colorado law, employees are required to participate in either the University’s Defined Contribution Plan (DCP) or the Public Employee’s Retirement Plan (PERA) of Colorado. Each plan offers a generous employer match between 10% – 21%. For more information, visit: https://hr.colostate.edu/prospective-employees/our-perks/.
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Colorado State University is one of the nation’s top public research universities and an institution on the rise. In the last decade, CSU has produced record enrollment, built on all-time highs in student diversity and student success; record fundraising far outpacing ambitious goals; groundbreaking research driven by a highly productive faculty; a campus revitalized by a transformational building campaign; and, perhaps most important, an unrivaled learning environment where nine of 10 recent graduates say they would choose CSU again and rate their education as excellent.
CSU was recently ranked first among Colorado-based educational employers and fifth among all in-state employers in Forbes magazine’s “America’s Best Employers by State!”
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Colorado State University has a campus culture that is driven by a desire always to do better and a vision to be the best place to learn, work, and discover. Our Principles of Community – Inclusion, Integrity, Respect, Service, and Social Justice – reflect our core values and support CSU’s mission and vision of access, research, teaching, service, and engagement. Each member of our community has a responsibility to uphold these principles when engaging with one another and acting on behalf of the University.
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Fort Collins, which has been home to CSU since the University’s inception in 1870, is a vibrant, friendly city of 161,000 tucked against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Northern Colorado, just 60 miles from Denver. The city boasts a lively arts and cultural scene, shopping in historic Old Town, a strong economy, and is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. With more than 200 miles of bike paths and trails, easy access to the scenic Poudre River and majestic Rocky Mountain National Park, and within easy driving distance of Colorado’s iconic ski areas, it is a year-round paradise. Boasting a mild climate, thriving high-tech industry, and some of the best microbreweries in the world, it’s no wonder Fort Collins annually ranks among the most livable small cities in the United States.