The Outreach and Education Manager is a full-time position responsible for facilitating educational presentations in public and private school districts as well as agencies that serve children and teenagers, and assisting in administrative tasks and special projects as assigned by the Director of Outreach and Education.
- Conducting mental health and suicide prevention education presentations to junior high and high schools and other youth organizations on program topics such as bullying, mental health and suicide prevention
- Assisting with the development and distribution of Grant Halliburton Foundation program curriculum and other outreach materials
- Assisting with the promotion, scheduling and coordination of all presentation engagements
- Evaluating and documenting program outcome measurements for future funding opportunities
- Assisting with event planning and management
Essential Skills and Experience
- Exceptional presentation skills and ability to relate positively to teens in a multi-cultural, pluralistic community
- Excellent interpersonal skills necessary to interact with school clients, staff, donors and volunteers
- Commitment to agency vision, core values and mission
- In accordance with Grant Halliburton Foundation’s teamwork philosophy, demonstrated ability to carry out or assist with projects in various departments
- Bachelor’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or related field with a minimum of one year field experience working with clients or in another role related to mental health
- Proficiency in MS Office and database management software
Preferred Education Experience
Degree in Counseling, Social Work, Psychology or related field
The Grant Halliburton Foundation Outreach and Education Manager must have the ability to spend time seated, the dexterity to perform computer keyboard functions, the ability to stand for long periods of time to make presentations and speak to groups, and the ability to lift 50 pounds to carry and distribute materials to the community and set up and break down program materials. The employee must have reliable transportation and be willing to drive distances between 25 to 50 miles in a day.
Commensurate with experience
About Grant Halliburton Foundation
Grant Halliburton Foundation is committed to helping young people--and the adults in their lives--know the symptoms of mental illness and understand the importance of seeking treatment. Through a number of programs and collaborative community initiatives, the Foundation is working to educate people about adolescent mental health and suicide prevention, encourage those who are struggling, and engage the community in making it easier for young people to get the help they need.
This position offers an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of young people while supporting the programs and initiatives of a growing organization in a fast-paced, rewarding office environment.
Be part of a dynamic and positive work environment in a nonprofit organization that is helping to prevent suicide, promote better mental health and strengthen the network of mental health resources for children, teens and young adults.
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