The ThinkFirst Oregon Injury Prevention Program seeks a dynamic, outgoing individual to present statewide youth brain and spinal cord injury prevention education programs under the direction of the Program Director. This is a 20-hour a week position,including evening and weekend commitments when scheduled.
Provide and create in person and/ or digital injury prevention presentations, webinars and in person assemblies to youth of all ages; school follow-up; coordination of and participation in community events and other efforts; volunteer management, research, working with people who have brain and spinal cord injuries, as well as assistance with other injury prevention programs and related activities.
Bachelor's degree / No experience
Associate's degree and 2 years of relevant experience
No degree and 4 years of relevant experience
Must be comfortable speaking to a wide range of audiences
Must be ableto work evenings, weekends, two-three day shifts per week
Must have a vehicle for travelingand able to travelthroughout the state of Oregon to present and participate in community events (some overnight trips may be required)
Must be ableto lift 50 lbs.
Flexible self-starter with the ability to prioritize, communicate effectively and demonstrate knowledge and enthusiasm when presenting/planning events for the program
Ability to work both independently and with a team
Must be able to work independently and with a team
Excellent written, verbal and organizational skills
Working knowledge of PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Publisher
Must have a valid driver's license
K-12 teaching experience
Public speaking experience
Knowledge of health and safety issues
Working knowledge of Adobe Design Programs: InDesign, Photo shop
Working knowledge of Social Media Platforms and ability to use them in a professional manner
Please submit a resume or CV and position-specific cover letter when applying for this position.
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