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Program Coordinator, Warrior Mindset Grant

Indiana Tech
Job Location:
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Counseling and Psychological Services
Program Coordinator, Warrior Mindset Grant

Job Details

Job Location
Fort Wayne Campus - Fort Wayne, IN

Position Type
Full Time

Education Level

Indiana Tech’s focus on career-oriented programs includes offerings in business, engineering, information technology and computer science, criminal justice, life sciences, human services and many other concentrations. Indiana Tech enrolls nearly 1,500 students in its traditional undergraduate programs on its picturesque main campus and nearly 5,000 students in its College of Professional Studies programs online and onsite at 15 regional locations. Degrees are offered at the associate, bachelor’s, masters and doctoral levels.

Over 41% of our students are either globally or domestically diverse; this contributes to our unique vibrant and inclusive campus community. All academic programs are designed to provide students with relevant and practical experiences, including an emphasis on internships. The university is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, and holds numerous discipline-specific accreditations.

Indiana Institute of Technology embraces diversity and equal opportunity intentionally. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. We believe that diversity and inclusion among our employees is critical to our success with respect to educating our students to become global citizens. Indiana Tech is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Indiana Tech has big plans for its future. Learn more at Indiana Tech Strategic Plan.

General Summary

The Program Coordinator for the Warrior Mindset Grant is funded on a three-year, federal (SAMSHA) grant beginning in October 2021 and scheduled through 2024. Funding or continuation of the position after the completion date of the grant is guaranteed.

The Program Coordinator (PC) serves as the primary staff member responsible for implementing the suicide prevention SAMSHA grant submitted by Indiana Tech in 2021. The position will promote services, develop programming and outreach activities, collect and analyze data, and collaborate with local partners in the mental health community.

Principal Duties & Responsibilities

  • The PC will be responsible for identifying and implementing appropriate programing/outreach activities specific to the SAMSHA grant, including suicide prevention, QPR training, mental health wellness programs and services, etc..
  • The PC will serve as the primary investigator with any assessment or campus climate survey for mental health at Indiana Tech. Analyzing and sharing results with appropriate stakeholders when available.
  • The PC will prepare status and progress reports of ongoing outreach activities completed towards Suicide Prevention efforts.
  • The PC will establish and maintain ongoing partnership with key local agencies for future collaboration towards program development.
  • The PC will be responsible for collecting data and compiling reports to support the achievement of the measurable goals associated with the implementation and success of the grant.
  • The PC will serve as an additional primary leader of the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT).
  • The PC will collaborate with the university counselors on case management to identify ongoing or new trends.
  • Perform other duties, related to the grant, as needed.


  • Master’s or doctoral level degree in psychology, social work, or public health.
  • This position requires good organizational skills, ability to work independently, and communicate clearly, both in public and in writing. The PC should also be knowledgeable on current mental health and suicide trends. Training will be provided. Basic knowledge on data collection and analysis is also required.
  • Minimal travel within the Fort Wayne community, Allen County, and Indiana to interact with partners in the suicide prevention program. 
  • Travel to an approved conference for professional development once per year.

Measures of Accomplishment

Deliverables as outlined in the SAMSHA grant application.

Working Conditions

Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office. Some evenings and weekends may be necessary to support programs or trainings.

A cover letter and resume is required with the application. Applicants must be prepared to write a response in relation to the mission and diversity statement of the University. For preferred review of materials, please apply by November 10, 2021.

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