Project Coordinator - Strategic Prevention Framework Partnership for Success (SPF-PFS) Grant

Mount Vernon Community Schools

Supervisory Relationship:  

  • SPF-PFS Program Director, Superintendent of Mount Vernon Community School District.

Skills and Knowledge Required: 

  • Primary person responsible for coordination and implementation of training and program services specifically for the SPF-PFS Grant.
  • Coordinator must possess knowledge of community/coalition philosophies, goals, and mission.

Personal Qualities:

  • Coordinator must demonstrate organization and professionalism in fulfilling the responsibility of the job.
  • Coordinator must cooperate with and work in a courteous manner with co-workers and other personnel, and work in a team-focused environment.
  • They must demonstrate a positive attitude toward school, students and job.
  • Must accept constructive criticism and suggestions and seek improvements.


  • B.A. degree, or equivalent; experience in human services including: substance use prevention or treatment and health and wellness services; group facilitation and public speaking experience desired; must be IBSAC certified within eighteen (18) months of hire. 

Salary range for Project Coordinator $30,000- $45,000; subject to experience and degree.

Project Coordinator must be able to work 40 hours a week; potential for a hybrid work week.


Description of Duties and Responsibilities:  The Project Coordinator will be responsible for:

  1. Responsible for assisting the Program Director in managing the SPF Grant
  2. Facilitate programs and trainings utilizing community-based process and environmental prevention strategies
  3. Responsible for community mobilization to address underage drinking, marijuana, tobacco, and prescription drug use
  4. Responsible for coordinating monthly coalition meetings and activities (may be more often than monthly)  identified in the SPF-PFS Action Plan
  5. Coordination of activities of coalition subcommittees
  6. Provide accurate documentation of SPF-PFS Grant services and programs, in kind match, required CORE outcomes
  7. Assist coalition with annual grant renewal documents
  8. Provide weekly communication with all staff working under the project to ensure project wide communication and coordination
  9. Monitor programs for compliance with school district policies and grant requirements
  10. Develop and maintain positive work relationships
  11. Strengthen the role of the school in all districts
  12. Other duties assigned by the SFP Program Director, including evaluation and assessments
  13. Communication improvements with Project Director, Coalition, Executive Board and School District Representatives
  14. Person must be able to travel to conferences out of state
  15. Must be able to work occasional weekends

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Project Coordinator - Strategic Prevention Framework Partnership for Success (SPF-PFS) Grant

Mount Vernon Community Schools

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