Community Risk Reduction Program Coordinator

Application process open 1/18/2024 - 2/15/2024

Are you ready to join our team?  

Official details and deadlines will be included with the job posting.

Reminder: Please read the official job posting and attach all of the requirement documents.  It is the applicants responsibility to upload the required documentation.  Applications missing required documents will be disqualified.

This role coordinates assigned community risk reduction projects. It performs administrative and technical duties to ensure that the program goals and objectives are accomplished in support of the mission, vision, and values of the Charleston Fire Department.  

Examples of Duties

  • Serves as the project coordinator for assigned community risk reduction programs and initiatives.
  • Performs administrative and technical duties as necessary to coordinate, implement, monitor, support, and measure outcomes of assigned community risk reduction programs.  
  • Compiles the related data and statistical information and conducts research to ensure successful deployment of programs. 
  • Recommends changes or enhancements to existing programs.
  • Coordinates resources and team members to ensure program success. 
  • Organizes assigned events and activities. 
  • Offers guidance and training to team members on assigned programs. 
  • Maximizes program productivity through proficient use of technology.
  • Maintains records, meeting notes, proposals, and related materials for assigned projects.                                                                              
  • Prepares and/or assists with research and preparing required reports, statistics, databases, PowerPoint presentations, spreadsheets, or other materials for distribution.
  • Performs other related administrative duties, as required, including administrative support, budget preparation and execution, processing invoices for payment, etc.
  • Performs other duties, as assigned.

Basic Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree (BA/BS) or equivalent and one year of experience coordinating or administering programs, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Valid South Carolina Driver’s License. 
  • Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Windows, Outlook, Excel and Word or similar software.