Suicide Prevention Coordinator
The Lucas County Suicide Prevention Coalition invites letters of inquiry from individuals to serve as a prevention coordinator, working closely with the Board of Directors to reduce the impact of suicide in the region. The coordinator will collaborate with local prevention professionals to successfully educate key stakeholders about suicide prevention and engage them as members of the LCSP Coalition. The coordinator may also serve as a liaison to other community coalitions and task forces. The coordinator will assist in the development, implementation, delivery and evaluation of education programs on suicide. They will work with a wide variety of stakeholders to promote collaboration. They will assist with the preparation of grant applications and the reporting required by funders. They will provide logistic support for coalition meetings and coalition business functions and work with the Board of Directors to manage the coalition budget.
The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree, experience in mental health or public health, experience working with non-profits board or community coalitions, and be educated in a variety of suicide prevention strategies and concepts. They must be comfortable working in a hybrid format and have excellent skills with common office and communication software. Social media expertise is desirable. The Board of Directors anticipates that the coordinator position requires a commitment of approximately 30 hours per week. Hours can be flexible but will include occasional nights and weekends.
Please submit a resume and a letter of interest to [email protected] for consideration.