The Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and Substance Exposed Infants (SEI) Coordinator leads the cross sector collaboration, sets the agenda and direction for the FASD-SEI Core Team members, and engages members in workgroups to accomplish the statewide FASD-SEI related goals. This position oversees and provides strategic direction to the statewide initiative focused on raising awareness and the prevention of infants who are prenatally exposed to substances. This Coordinator will utilize project management skills to work with the coalition to develop or disseminate resources that address SEI and FASD.
Bachelor’s Degree in project management or behavioral health related field required, Master’s degree preferred. A minimum of 1 year project leadership experience required, however 3 years experience is strongly preferred. Experience related to FASD and SEI including mental health, substance use disorders, treatment, and recovery preferred.
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Internal Number: Req 17
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