Roles and Responsibilities
- Create, maintain, and identify units that completed or need to complete First Line Leader (FFL) training program:
- Develop/create roster of all trained units within 30 days of appointment and are accurately maintained monthly.
- Communicate organizational and program needs for FLL training program.
- Manage master calendar of FLL training program development.
- Manage program information for FLL course/workbook
- Identify program needs of geographically dispersed military installations and develop action steps to provide them the resources they need to facilitate FLL program/training.
- Develop plan to get FLL program version to Living Works “START” suicide prevention training program/Warrior support/family support programs
- Develop government approved distribution lists to send program information to military families.
- Attend all meetings (as needed), present at FLL trainings/ presentations and reports as needed or directed by the Director of Psychological Health OHARNG
- Provide monthly activity reports to National Guard Bureau and job activity log to Director of Psychological Health OHANRG:
- Provide monthly documents and reports that are accurate and meet suspense of the 1st of each month 98% of the time.
- Attend all meetings, present FLL Trainings and reports as needed
- Participate in all Behavioral Health (BH) Team meetings and/or conference calls.
- Ensure communication (tele/email/verbal) with Retention Coordinators, Director of Psychological Health, and Psychological Health Coordinators for FLL program on all potential issues and program updates (as required or needed).
- Development of support program and training assistance for FLL and H2F training:
- Maintain and create support plan for current training (all users of training), POC list is accurate and current.
- Provide all training materials needed or as required.
- Continue efforts to create/develop FLL (and H2F) curriculum for other programs within OHANRG as needed.
- Coordinate with networks to obtain resources for all leader events, manuals, supplies and materials.
- Provide leadership and oversight of FLL (and H2F) program for all BH team meetings and establish quarterly meetings within BH team.
- FLL, Social Media Outreach, Video and Marketing:
- Coordinate with the team in the development and expansion of Social Media Outreach and Marketing.
- Establish and maintain FLL program information on social media sites/OHIOCARES; posted within established timeframe.
- Develop/create video content for FLL trainings in timely manner and 98% accurate.
- Expansion and Continuity of current FLL Program and H2F Program:
- Meets timelines for all designated administrative tasks, activities, and events.
- Data files and records are accurately maintained; which enable management to track the program progress/status.
- Create/coordinate online registration for all training events and activities that require registration.
- Preferred Bachelor's degree or demonstrated practical experience in the area(s) of program development, human development, organizational leadership, relational leadership, military culture, military medical knowledge, ministry, counseling, and program management. A demonstrated capability in program/project coordination applications, with (3) years’ experience in a discipline centered on education, human development, behavioral health, administration, or social science.
- Possess additional Army/Air Guard experience/knowledge related to roles and responsibilities.
- Must possess and maintain a valid state issued driver’s license and a personally owned vehicle that can be utilized. Contractor will be reimbursed mileage according to Joint Travel Regulations. Contractor is not authorized mileage between residence and primary office. A detailed mileage log shall be provided to the COR monthly.
- Experience with the military is required. Experience can be gained through prior military service, member of a military family, or service as a military family volunteer.
- Strong organizational skills
- Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
- Proficient computer skills, specifically Microsoft Windows and the Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point).
- Ability to develop and present briefings both internally and externally
- Working knowledge of the Internet, associated software, and ability to navigate so as to research issues raised through the provision of support to military members and their families.
- Working knowledge of common office equipment, consisting of facsimile
- machines (FAX), photocopiers, and more advanced telephone features
- commonly available such as forwarding and conference calls.
- Flexibility with working schedule is mandatory because it impacts the ability to support and serve military.
- Able to pass a background investigation and be granted a National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) security clearance from the Defense Industry Security Clearance Office
- Knowledge of the principles, policies, program goals, and methodology of Child and Youth Services to include Army and Army Reserve Family Programs as necessary and knowledge to administer such programs.
IGH offers a competitive benefits program which includes: Paid PTO days, 401K (4% company match), Company Paid Life Insurance Policy, and comprehensive Health, Vision, Dental and Disability plans.
IGH is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe that no one should be discriminated against because of their differences, such as age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and expression, religion or sexual orientation.
All employment decisions shall be made without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.
IGH is committed to providing veteran employment opportunities to our service men and women.