Assistant Director, Alcohol and Other Drugs Prevention Education

University of Dayton  |  Dayton, OH

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Job Overview

Posted one week ago Full-Time

Job Details

Position Title:

Assistant Director, Alcohol and Other Drugs Prevention Education

Job Type: Health/Wellness/Drug and Alcohol
Location: Dayton, OH
Positions Available: 1
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit, 4-year
Institution Size: < 8,000 Students
Employer ID: 30569

Benefits

Housing for Position:
None provided
Benefits
Housing for Position:
None provided
Qualifications
Education:
Masters Preferred, Masters Required
Major Preference:
No Preference
Experience:

Qualifications
Education:
Masters Preferred, Masters Required
Major Preference:
No Preference
Experience:

Position Description

The Assistant Director, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Education is charged with the responsibility for oversight of the university’s comprehensive alcohol and other drugs prevention education and support services. Within this approach, attention is given to serving a diverse audience with needs along the continuum of care. The Assistant Director works collaboratively with the campus, community, state, and national groups and agencies. Additionally, the Assistant Director is part of a team, which offers services for students in an effort to foster safety and wellbeing. Education will be targeted to all (faculty, staff), and students with specific programs designed for entering first year students, upper class students, and specific male student cohorts (fraternities, athletic teams, etc.). The Assistant Director will regularly collaborate with Greek Life, Athletics, Sexual Assault prevention, Assessment, Health Center, and Residence Life. Utilizing best practices in prevention education to promote risk reduction strategies and challenge the normalization of alcohol use is an expectation. Using current data and best practices, plan and deliver educational seminars, workshops, and health promotion activities for campus student organizations, residence halls, and academic classes, and provide in service programs for staff and faculty as requested; Supervise/ Advise Flyer Host program; Injunctive norms; Serve as a resource for the design and implementation of late night programs; Utilize social media and develop promotional materials to challenge the beliefs and expectations of campus/community constituents surrounding drug and alcohol use and abuse; Serve on the Division of Student Development committees that are responsible for shaping student policies and programs, particularly those regarding AOD and related issues; Ability to work some evenings & weekends; Perform other duties as assigned by the direct supervisor. Education must be presented in the context of UD's Catholic and Marianist identity and values.


Job Requirements

The Assistant Director, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Education is charged with the responsibility for oversight of the university’s comprehensive alcohol and other drugs prevention education and support services. Within this approach, attention is given to serving a diverse audience with needs along the continuum of care. The Assistant Director works collaboratively with the campus, community, state, and national groups and agencies. Additionally, the Assistant Director is part of a team, which offers services for students in an effort to foster safety and wellbeing. Education will be targeted to all (faculty, staff), and students with specific programs designed for entering first year students, upper class students, and specific male student cohorts (fraternities, athletic teams, etc.). The Assistant Director will regularly collaborate with Greek Life, Athletics, Sexual Assault prevention, Assessment, Health Center, and Residence Life. Utilizing best practices in prevention education to promote risk reduction strategies and challenge the normalization of alcohol use is an expectation. Using current data and best practices, plan and deliver educational seminars, workshops, and health promotion activities for campus student organizations, residence halls, and academic classes, and provide in service programs for staff and faculty as requested; Supervise/ Advise Flyer Host program; Injunctive norms; Serve as a resource for the design and implementation of late night programs; Utilize social media and develop promotional materials to challenge the beliefs and expectations of campus/community constituents surrounding drug and alcohol use and abuse; Serve on the Division of Student Development committees that are responsible for shaping student policies and programs, particularly those regarding AOD and related issues; Ability to work some evenings & weekends; Perform other duties as assigned by the direct supervisor. Education must be presented in the context of UD's Catholic and Marianist identity and values.

Application Information

Please apply online prior to September 28, 2020 to be considered.

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