Welcome! The Franklin Mayor’s Drug Task Force is a coalition of individuals and organizations coming together from all sectors of the community to address a common goal: a healthy environment for the drug and alcohol free development of our youth and families. We serve the communities of Franklin and Hill, NH.
The Drug Task Force receives fiscal management and staff support through the City of Franklin, NH and began in 2009 as an initiative of Mayor Ken Merrifield.
We’re “Turning on the Power of Prevention” in Franklin and Hill!
The City of Franklin is hiring !!
Position: Mayor's Drug Task Force; Coalition Coordinator
Description: The Franklin Mayor's Drug Task Force, a dynamic and established substance abuse prevention coalition and Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Grantee is seeking a full-time coalition coordinator to work with stakeholders to implement a community-wide approach to reducing substance abuse.
Requirements: Must have skills to manage a project including grant reporting and budget tracking. Meeeting facilitation skills and the ability to build and sustain membership in the task force is a must. Must have strong communication skills, both written and verbal, to engage all sectors fo the community.
Must have a flexible schedule. Must be able to multi-task and work independently. Dependable transportation is required.
Bachelor's Degree (or equivalent combination of education and experience) in Management, Social Work, Public Health, or Education. Salary range $19.19 to $25.18 per hour with full benefit package.
For salary range and application instructions, click Here
For full position description, please contact Sue May at (603) 934-3900.
- Click here to see what we’ve been doing
- Click here to see how you can be part of the solution
- Click here to view our Coalition Guidelines