EMPLOYMENT

Join Our Team

Ketchikan Wellness Coalition is an equal opportunity employer that also values lived experience.

Send your application (cover letter and resume) to info@ktnkwc.org or in person 602 Dock St, suite 108

Interviews being conducted on a rolling basis until positions are filled, unless otherwise stated.

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Volunteer Opportunities Available

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Energetic, self-motivated individual who is passionate about mental health issues

This position will take a lead role in the development, implementation, and management of the Community Navigator
component of the Ketchikan123 program, working in collaboration with the BH Program Coordinator (BHPC).
Ketchikan123 is our community resource directory, a compilation of health and wellness resources designed to support
community members. The next stage of the program is launching Community Navigators, volunteers that support
individuals in accessing resources. This program is the primary focus of this role, with 80% of time spent supporting it.

This role will also support the administrative and programmatic needs of key initiatives of the Behavioral Health
program and Task Force. This role performs higher level administrative tasks, assisting in coordinating and managing
community events, reporting and documentation of progress and data, communications, and other tasks as assigned.
This position is supportive in nature, and tasks will vary depending on need.

Behavioral Health Program Coordinator

Energetic, self-motivated individual who is passionate about mental health issues

The position is responsible for planning and implementing activities associated with the coalition, including general oversight for coalition activities and associated projects; grant development, submission, and management; and national reporting. This position offers a great opportunity to work toward positive change that will impact the policies and systems surrounding health in the community.

Drug Free Communities Coordinator

Passionate person dedicated to preventing substance use/misuse in teens and adults

This position works with the PIERS (prevention, education, intervention, recovery, support) task force to implement targeted strategies that will reduce and prevent substance use.  Responsible for engaging sectors in prevention work, and identifying opportunities for collaboration. Oversight of all program activities, evaluation, grant reporting, and data collection.

Make a positive contribution to Ketchikan and youth!

Program Assistant - P/T or F/T

This vital role keeps the team organized and contributes in a dynamic way to all our efforts!

This role performs higher level administrative tasks, assisting in coordinating and managing community events, reporting and documentation of progress and data, communications, and other tasks as assigned. This position is supportive in nature, and tasks will vary depending on programmatic and organizational need.

*flexible hours (20-40/week)

Behavioral Health Project Lead - P/T

The main player that takes the reigns of the community navigator project

This role takes the lead in the development, implementation, and management of the Community Navigator component of the Ketchikan 123 program, working in collaboration with the BH Program Coordinator.  The position will also provide higher level administrative support to meet programmatic needs.

* Flexible schedule and hours (20-25 week)