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Our members are the local governments of Massachusetts and their elected and appointed leadership.
The City of Lowell is seeking candidates for the position of Substance Use Prevention Grant Coordinator in the Department Health and Human Services. The position reports to the Substance Abuse Coordinator and Director of Health and Human Services and will be responsible for coordinating the planning, implementation, and evaluation of opioid abuse prevention activities of the Massachusetts Collaborative for Action, Leadership, and Learning 3 (MassCALL3) grant for Lowell which focuses to prevent and/or reduce use and misuse of substance of first use (ie. alcohol, nicotine, and marijuana). A Master’s degree in Public Health, Human Service, Social Work, Mental Health and two years’ experience in the planning, implementation and evaluation of substance abuse prevention and coalition coordination; or a Bachelor’s degree in one of the above fields of study and 3 years of experience as outlined above; or Satisfactory equivalent combination of the foregoing education, training, and experience. Bilingual skills a plus. Valid MA driver’s license and vehicle required. Salary range: $56,068.48 (min) to $60,322.08 (max) annually. 35hrs week. A full description is available on https://www.lowellma.gov/Jobs.aspx. Interested individuals send resume, cover letter, and references to Mary Callery, Human Relations Director, City of Lowell, 375 Merrimack Street Room 19, Lowell, MA 01852. Deadline: Open Until Filled. EOE/AA/504 Employer.