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Project Aware Community Manager

Job Title: AWARE Community Manager

Education: Bachelors Degree

Supervisor:  Superintendent/ District Administration

Travel Time: no more than 10% of daily activity

Salary: $55,000 plus benefits

Hours: Full Time: 8 hour days

Intersested applicants please send letter of interest, resume, transcripits, and letter of references to Superintendent, Mark Moring at


  1. Works collaboratively within the district alongside students, teachers, parents, counselors, and administrators on awareness campaigns focused on mental health.

  2. Provide coordination for comprehensive student mental health prevention and intervention.

  3. Demonstrate and maintain professional boundaries working with students and families.

  4. Coordinate training for staff, parents, and students on topics related to mental health including securing facilities needed to conduct these trainings.

  5. Tasked with dissemination of grant objectives and goals of AWARE.  Ensuring all staff have a basic understanding of AWARE.

  6. Coordinate and facilitate the mental health awareness social media campaigns.

  7. Complete community resource website and keep updated.

  8. Organize and Coordinate the Mental Health Intervention Team.

  9. Organize quarterly budget correspondence to OSDE Program Manager and or Coordinator to adhere to grant financial objectives.

  10. Formulate request to OSDE on all desired spending regarding AWARE.

  11. Partner/assist the external evaluator with any needed data.

  12. Develop and submit a yearly report overview to OSDE Program Manager in October of each year of a finished grant cycle.

  13. Secure, Plan and Oversee all parent nights and other planned AWARE campaigns.

  14. Participate in required meetings with OSDE and other AWARE stakeholders.

  15. Develop and oversee the Advisory Committee within the District.

  16. Network, Market, and engage community on mental health awareness.

  17. Participate in all required AWARE training.

  18. Be present in district leadership meetings as a voice for AWARE.

  19. Continually look to revise, develop, or amend policies to reflect Mental Health and Wellness.

AWARE Counselor (Licensed Mental Health Provider) Licensed Professional Counselor/Licensed Social Worker/Licensed Marital and Family Therapist

Job Title: AWARE Licensed Counselor

Credentials: Licensure as a Professional Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist (or ability to obtain licensure within 24 months of hire)

Education: Masters Degree

Supervisor:  Superintendent/ District Administration

Travel Time: no more than 10% of daily activity

Salary: $62,500 plus benefits

Hours: Full Time: 8 hour days

Intersested applicants please send letter of interest, resume, transcripits, and letter of references to Superintendent, Mark Moring at


Communication skills (oral, written, or business): Basic communication skills to exchange information give/receive simple to more complex instructions and respond to inquiries. Includes filling out forms. Knowledge of grammatical structure, vocabulary for preparing correspondences from rough draft or proofing to completed material. Communicates in clear, grammatically correct, English. In addition to above, coposes correspondences: trains and directs others and provides complex instructions: conducts interviews. In addition, must use creativity: may make public speeches or presentations. Reading and Interpreting: Reads and interprets complex and sensitive/confidential records/IEPs and other medical records. Technology: Experience in the use of technology in order to maintain and track documentation of mental health support for students. Must also be able to communicate with others inside and outside of the district.

Mental Health Skills:

  1. Strong facilitation, coaching, conflict resolution and problem solving skills

  2. Demonstrated understanding and appreciation of diversity

  3. Knowledge of and and experience with medication and conflict resolution

  4. Ability to promote and follow Board of Education policies and other district department procedures

  5. A high level of organizational skills and initiative

  6. Strong communication skills

  7. Experience and training in mental health support

  8. Ability to build relationships with students

  9. Extensive knowledge of therapeutic modalities and strategies to address mental health presentations.

Site: Various

Purpose of Position:

The Licensed Professional Counselor position will work closely with the building administrative team as well as the building school counseling team to coordinate, facilitate, and implement mental health support services for students and staff members. The Licensed Professional Counselor will work with a district-level administrative team and Director of Student Services to coordinate support services across the district.  The Licensed Professional Counselor will provide emotional support and foster a safe and successful learning environment for students and staff within the school district.


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The Davis Board of Education is committed to a policy of non-discrimination in relation to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, alienage, handicap, or veteran status. This policy will prevail in all matters concerning staff, events, students, the public, employment, admissions, financial aid, educational programs and services, facilities access, and individuals, companies, and firms with whom the board does business. Racial discrimination shall include racial slurs or other demeaning remarks concerning another person's race, ancestry, or country of origin and directed toward an employee, a student or a visitor. The board directs the superintendent of schools to prepare necessary rules, regulations, and procedures to ensure that all local, state, and federal laws, regulations, and guidelines are followed.

Inquiries concerning application of this policy may be referred to the Board of Education

Davis Public School District, 400 E. Atlanta, Davis, Oklahoma 73030, (580) 369-2386

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Davis Public Schools
400 East Atlanta Ave.
Davis, Oklahoma 73030
Phone: (580) 369-2386
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