Help promote optimal mental health for all through education, awareness, and stigma reduction
Job Posting: Program Manager – Community
Do you want to work for an organization that is mission oriented? Is mental health education important to you? The mission of 1N5 is to prevent suicide by erasing the stigma of mental illness and promoting optimal mental wellness.
We achieve this mission through education and stigma reduction, community engagement, policy and advocacy, and measurement and data work.
1N5 is seeking a Community Program Manager to join our skilled team of caring and inclusive professionals.
This exciting position is focused on two main responsibilities:
- Cultivating community relationships while developing partnerships with organizations; and
- Training community organizations, schools and corporations on mental health in the prevention space.
Are you an energetic self-starter who enjoys building relationships and training others? Do you enjoy public speaking? Are you passionate about making a difference in our community? Please apply!
If you believe you are a good match for this position, apply – even if you don’t have all of the experience listed.
Candidates from historically underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
Full-time position, located on-site in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Pay range: $60,000 to $65,000 per year
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Cultivate partnerships, build relationships and plan training and education sessions with community organizations
- Provide professional presentations on mental health topics to a variety of community organizations, schools and corporations throughout the Cincinnati area
- Develop educational literature related to mental health, mental illness, wellness and prevention
- Screen educational materials to determine if resources are viable, safe and effective
- Manage contact and communication with mental health providers in the community to create and expand resource networks
- Work closely with 1N5 social media professionals to enhance educational content
- Provide insight and support for evaluation and data analysis efforts
- Support the advancement of statewide mental health policies through advocacy
- Occasional evening and weekend work required to respond to immediate needs and attend meetings, training and events
Skills and Experience:
- Experience in health promotion/education
- Knowledge of mental health and illness
- Experience with social/emotional health prevention in community organizations, companies and/or students in grades K-12
- Excellent public speaking skills
- Eagerness to interact with a variety of community members and populations who may vary in factors such as age, socioeconomic status and knowledge level
- Sense of urgency and commitment to timely responses to stakeholders
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Dedicated to evidence-based programming
- Passion for improving the state of mental health in the community
- Team-oriented and willingness to help others
- Professional judgment and discretion
- Ability to handle confidential information and situations
- Commitment to diversity and inclusion
- Experience with clinical and community work is a plus
- Research experience in the mental health field is a plus
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Public Health preferred. Will also consider related degrees in psychology, counseling, social work, education, etc.
Prevention certification (RA, OCPSA, OCPS, OCPC) preferred.
Industries: Nonprofit Organization Management, Mental Health, Education Management
How to apply: Please send resume and cover letter to info@1N5.org. No phone calls please.
Open until filled.
Must submit to background checks.
Benefits: Supplemented health insurance, dental, vision, SIMPLE IRA, PTO, paid holidays
1N5 is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.