POSITION: Advisor Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
LOCATION: Nashua High North
WORK YEAR: School Year
SALARY RANGE: Stipend
Must have a high school diploma, Bachelor's degree preferred. Must be highly motived to learn about alcohol abuse, drug prevention and the principles of youth involvement and empowerment to address community problems. Experience in working with middle school or high school students preferred. The Group Advisor must possess skills, knowledge and abilities of a level as necessary to serve in a supporting role within a highly visible community developmental and educational drug and prevention program.
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
Recruit and register the group as a SADD Chapter, meet and communicate with students. Ensure that each student maintains their records and forms, an up-to-date roster of active members and that there is a balanced agency for each meeting including teambuilding, educational or skill based training. Provide support and guidance to the team for action projects and logistics of recreational activities or action based prevention projects. Work through details of transportation, expenses, and communication with students and parents. Advisors should seek out and take advantage of training opportunities that will help them become aware of background information on alcohol/drug abuse, prevention strategies, and ideas for action projects that he group may want to consider, fundraising, attend one Nashua Prevention Coalition (NPC) meeting per school year with students if possible. The advisor will report activities of the SADD group, and share monthly activities with NPC via email. Key functions include planning alcohol and other drug prevention programs targeting differing age groups, ensuring participation of student members in youth and leadership training and coordinating Red Ribbon Week activities.
This notice should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of the position or that this is the exclusive list of job functions associated with this position.
Applicants should complete an application online at www.nashua.edu. Please attach your letter of interest for the position and a resume is preferred. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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