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Program Coordinator

Hours: Monday through Friday, some evenings and weekends

Must submit – Cover letter, resume and three references

 

Definition

The Program Coordinator is responsible for coordination of all NAMI Signature Programs as well as any other programs or activities that are assigned by the Executive Director. The Program Coordinator is a full-time position reporting to the Executive Director. 

 

 

Specific Responsibilities and Duties

  • Determine priorities and goals for implementation of NAMI Signature Programs throughout the state

  • Assist affiliates, members, and volunteers with the implementation of programs throughout the state

  • Provide technical support to program teachers/presenters/facilitators to ensure that programmatic data is collected consistently, accurately, completely, and timely

  • Schedule and coordinate teacher and facilitator trainings for NAMI Signature Programs throughout the state

  • Arrange for volunteers to attend teacher and facilitator Train-the-Trainer workshops when offered by NAMI to ensure that NAMI Oklahoma has an adequate number of state trainers

  • Adhere to and enforce NAMI standards and guidelines regarding program implementation and teacher and facilitator trainings

  • Monitor program expenditures ensuring that budget allocations are not overspent

  • Effectively collaborate with all NAMI Oklahoma staff as needed with the purpose of developing, implementing, supporting, and maintaining NAMI programs throughout the state

  • Answer calls and provide support on NAMI Oklahoma Helpline

  • Develop and administer trainings/presentations requested by organizations/groups

  • Collect data stats from support groups, classes, and trainings; encourage affiliate leaders to motivate affiliate volunteers to submit data into 360/Salesforce in a timely manner. Provide a report to team as request from information provided to NAMI National tracking system.

  • Support leaders of affiliates & volunteers by providing resources, materials, and supplies in a timely manner – work with team to educate and inform regarding updates/changes as needed in program specifics

  • Other duties, as assigned

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in a mental health related major of study; o or 5+ years of work experience in a mental health related field with at least one year of that experience serving in a training capacity (may substitute for educational requirement)

  • Strong organizational and program management skills

  • Excellent public relations and communication skills

  • Willingness to travel, primarily within Oklahoma

  • Willingness to work some evenings and weekends

 

 

Must submit – Cover letter, resume and three references to hr@namioklahoma.org

Application deadline: March 20th, 2021