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Alcohol/Drug Education Coordinator (Ontario County)

Council on Alcoholism and Addictions of the Finger Lakes Geneva, NY
  • Expired: 7 days ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

The Alcohol/Drug Education Coordinator will serve the Ontario County area and will be held primarily responsible for the planning, monitoring and delivery of community education, professional training and prevention services for conferences, training programs, in-services, presentations and educational consultations in an individual and/or public format consistent with the program goals and standards of the Council as set for forth by OASAS Prevention Guidelines. Candidate supervises school based Alcohol/Drug Educators.

Bachelor's Degree in education, health education, chemical dependency or related field required. Two years previous experience in either alcohol/chemical dependency treatment or prevention services preferred. Knowledge of the OASAS Prevention Guidelines a plus.

Training in formal and informal teaching methodology and instructional practice, technical knowledge of drugs and dependency, ability to effectively communicate in oral and written form, knowledge of community resources, creativity, initiative and flexibility in style.

Council on Alcoholism and Addictions of the Finger Lakes

Why Work Here?

Great place to work!

The Council on Alcoholism and Addictions of The Finger Lakes has been providing Prevention Education to the five county region for over twenty five years. Our prevention educators can be found in; schools, community centers, criminal justice locations, senior sites, summer camps, professional agencies, etc., providing high quality programs. We have five Education Coordinators, each charged with providing multi-faceted efforts in; Ontario, Wayne, Yates, Seneca, and Schuyler counties. In Ontario County, eight of the nine school districts host a school-based educator, employed by the council. Altogether, our prevention education program employs ten, highly qualified, experienced individuals, who work throughout the Finger Lakes region. Each educator uses Evidence-Based programs, such as Too Good For Violence, or Guiding Good Choices, to reach populations from Kindergartners, to parents. Staff is also responsible for keeping up to date on the latest drug-use trends, laws, and information to educate our students. Our goal is to provide high-quality programming that speaks to a variety of populations, in a variety of life-stages. Our hope is that the information we impart helps to prevent, reduce, or stop substance use and abuse in our communities. We are a non-profit organization, funded by our five counties, and the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. (OASAS) As such, we do our best to accommodate most requests free of charge.


620 West Washington Street
Geneva, NY