The Managed Alcohol Program (MAP) Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the planning, delivery, and evaluation of the St. John’s Status of Women Councils’ (SJSWC’s) MAP.
Currently, MAP is a harm reduction program for women and nonbinary people that provides a safe supply of alcohol and other supports to those who are harmed by drinking. This program has completed its initial 2-year pilot phase and is ready to expand to include additional participants and implement province wide training and ensure that resources are available to those supporting other populations and regions. As a collaborative member of the SJSWC team, the Harm Reduction Coordinator plays a leadership role within the organization and will manage a multidisciplinary team including a Care Plan Facilitator, a Training Facilitator and an Evaluation and Learning Facilitator.
This position will focus on 4 main areas of work for the program: 1) Advocating for harm reduction in the community; 2) with the Evaluation and Learning Facilitator, actively supporting and building learning products and evaluating the organizations harm reduction practices; 3) with the Training Facilitator, actively sharing information and resources for the expansion of MAP services in the province; and 4) with the Care Plan Facilitator, ensure that MAP participants receive the support they need in order meet their own goals.
The Managed Alcohol Program Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and receives mentorship and support from Program Coordinators across the organization.
Closing Date: 27 March 2023, 4:30 PM Newfoundland Time.
Please email a cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org *Applications without a cover letter of some kind will not be considered