Alcohol & Other Drug Education and Health Promotion Assistant
Primary responsibility for this position is support to the Office of Alcohol & Other Drug Programs
(AOD) and Health Promotion by providing substance use prevention programs, health promotion and
education initiatives, and leading the student peer education group.
This person in this position will report to the Assistant Director of Alcohol & Other Drug Programs and
Health Promotion, which falls under the Department of Campus Recreation in the Division of Student
Duties can include:
Serve as a Brief Alcohol Screening & Intervention for College Students (BASICS) provider
Conduct brief marijuana interventions
Assist in the development of AOD educational programs by creating advertisements, presenting
to student audiences, and assisting in program evaluation
Coordinate with Fitness & Wellness staff to offer educational seminars, workshops, and health
promotion activities for campus student organizations, residence halls, and academic classes as
Serve as a facilitator for the Bystander Intervention training program
Write biweekly Stall Talk bathroom newsletters and update biweekly bulletin boards
Provide leadership to the undergraduate peer education program by leading weekly meetings,
and assisting with staff training, program scheduling, and evaluation of programs. Advise in the
development of programs and maintain programming supplies. Assist with personnel
management, including the interviewing and employment processes, scheduling, payroll, and
evaluation of student staff.
Attend weekly meetings with the Assistant Director of Alcohol & Other Drug Programs and
Health Promotion and bi-weekly professional staff meetings.
Serve as an academic guest speaker upon request and will assist counseling center and health
center staff as needed for wellness programming.
Fellowship Required Qualifications
Candidates must have an interest in alcohol and other drug services and health promotion. Candidates
would preferably have experience with peer health education programs. Candidates should possess
excellent oral and written communication skills, and familiarity with basic design software. Candidates
should be creative, organized, and be able to manage their time well.
Candidates should be a full-time student in a two-year graduate program. Completed bachelor’s degree.