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Alcohol Safety Action Program Coordinator (ASAP)

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION
SeaView Community Services, located in Seward, Alaska, is a $4M non-profit, community services agency with 45+ employees. Check out what itís like to live and work in beautiful Seward, located on Resurrection Bay, the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park in south central Alaska. Seward is known for its sense of community and quality of life, and has received the All-America City Award 3 times. We are located 120 miles south of Anchorage, on the Kenai Peninsula.

SeaView is currently seeking an Alcohol Safety Action Program (ASAP) Coordinator to screen, refer and monitor court referred juvenile and adult clients; manage record keeping system including client files, client rolodex, and telephone numbers; track monthly and annual statistics; monitor clientsí compliance with court-ordered treatment, providing case management as needed. Responsible for providing substance abuse education. Appear in court when necessary to testify regarding defendantís compliance or non-compliance. Establish and maintain effective relationship with courts, police department, probation departments and treatment agencies. Coordinate work group meetings with treatment providers, law enforcement, probation, prosecution. Actively participate in the Seward Community Prevention Coalition meetings and functions. Provide outreach to community members.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Collect judgments from Seward court for clients who have been referred to SeaView for services. Compile criminal background report for each individual. Meet with all court referred youth and adults to explain ASAPís role. Provide guidance, motivation, and assistance to ensure completion of court requirements. Provide alcohol and drug education classes. Monitor compliance for all those court referred cases. File appropriate legal paperwork with the district attorney and/or district court. Appear in court for case status reviews and communicate with the DA regarding client compliance. Perform outreach to schools and other community organizations regarding substance abuse and prevention.

REQUIREMENTS
Two years college credit course work in psychology, sociology, social work, human services, corrections or communication preferred. Two years work experience preferred. Experience in clerical or other job working with public and doing interviewing preferred. Knowledge of alcoholism and community resources for alcohol treatment preferred. Must have excellent organizational skills to manage recordkeeping and paperwork. Must be comfortable and adept at teaching. Able to keyboard 40 WPM. Must be able to deal effectively with difficult people. Must be able to conduct oneself in a professional manner both within the agency & within the community.

LOCATION
Seward, Alaska


BENEFITS
Medical, dental & vision insurance, matching 403b, relocation benefit, 12 paid holidays and 3 1/2 weeks of paid leave in your first year.


CLASSIFICATION
Regular, full-time, non-exempt.


WORK HOURS
Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm. Occasional weekends and evenings.


TO APPLY
Email resume and cover letter to hr@seaviewseward.org or fax to 907-224-7081. Position open until filled.

 

 

http://www.seaviewseward.org
SeaView is an Equal Opportunity Employer


SeaView Community Services   PO Box 1045   Seward, Alaska 99664   907.224.5257
Providing community based services that strengthen families, foster self sufficiency, and enhance quality of life.