Embedded Integrated Prevention Coordinator (EIPC) Relocation Bonus Negotiable

Norfolk, Virginia
Jun 02, 2023
Jun 09, 2023
Program Manager
Full Time

The primary purpose of the position is to collaborate with the command leadership and serve as a non-clinical trainer to ensure the delivery of integrated primary prevention programs designed to foster individual, group, and organizational health and performance to reduce and prevent problematic/destructive behaviors. These integrated prevention programs address behaviors including, but not limited to, suicide, sexual harassment, sexual assault, substance misuse, family and interpersonal violence, workplace violence, and military equal opportunity. The EIPC collaborates with other prevention enablers to assess the health of a unit, serving on the Command Resiliency Team, and coordinates with subject matter experts across programs in implementing prevention initiatives and training/education. Workshop offerings may include stress management, anger management, effective communication, parenting education, operational stress control, successful adaptation to military life, pre/post deployment and child abuse or domestic abuse identification/prevention and interpersonal violence.

The success of this position is based on the incumbent's ability to successfully embed within the command and operate within a shipboard environment. The EIPC actively engages crew members in various resiliency programs in order to ensure highest level of crew readiness for complex missions at sea.

Duties include but are not limited to:
  • Establishes prevention activities at the command and unit level, to include determining goals, objectives, measures of performance, and effectiveness, assessments, and milestones.
  • Work with command leadership and Command Resilience Teams (CRTs) to identify existing or potential risk factors that can lead to problematic/destructive behaviors and recommends preventive measures the installation, command, or unit can take to address the potential risk factors.
  • May assist the command leadership in participating in prevention-based research.
  • Reviews and coordinates relevant primary prevention actions and projects across programs and ensures completion dates are met within established timeframes.
  • Develops population-based and/or targeted prevention efforts to support the unique needs of the installation, command, and/or unit level.
  • Executes core functions of an optimized prevention system, such as engagement, implementation, evaluation, and integration.
  • Serves as a non-clinical trainer/educator and is responsible for collaborating with the Deployed Resiliency Counselor (DRC) and the command leadership in assessing the training need and ensuring the delivery of a wide variety of educational programs and services.
  • Facilitates prevention classes that focuses on building resiliency, enhancing adaptation to the unique challenges of military life and reduce unplanned losses.
  • Provides Fleet & Family Support Center (FFSC) training. The entire portfolio of Work & Family Life (WFL), Counseling Advocacy Program (CAP), NGS, and Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (SAPR) training should be provided based on commands training needs.
  • Gives routine presentations to leadership on command prevention efforts and impact.
  • Delivers ongoing primary prevention training and education, as needed, to build and sustain prevention capacity and capability.
  • Deploys to deliver Departure and Separation and Return & Reunion workshops.
  • Supports the homeport FFSC general and crisis response programs, to include emergency preparedness and mass care, when not deployed.
  • Assists the DRC and the command in the coordination of special project activities related to the CAP, SAPR and WFL programs, including, but not limited to command directed or FFSC monthly themes and resiliency projects.
  • Refers Sailors for counseling and/or other services to the Deployed Resiliency Coordinator or the homeport FFSC.
  • Coordinates with the DRC in planning scheduled workshops, programs, command briefs and general military trainings (GMTs) presented on the ship and at other locations.


Conditions of Employment

  • Must pass all applicable records and background check.
  • Must successfully pass the E-Verify employment verification check. Any discrepancies must be resolved as a condition of employment.
  • This position is mission essential; incumbent may be required to travel, deploy, or provide services at homeport during a variety of crisis and disasters.
  • The work schedule while deployed will vary depending on requirements. The incumbent will be on call 24 hours a day while deployed for crisis intervention situations.
  • At sea, the incumbent shares a stateroom in officer berthing; meals are obtained by joining the Officers' Mess as a paying member, and meals are purchased by monthly billing.
  • Incumbent will be required to deploy at sea on board US Navy ships. Deployment lengths will vary from a few days to over 10 months at a time.
  • Due to the unique nature of the position, selectee will be required to complete a physical examination upon entry to duty and annually thereafter and be determined to be physical fit for shipboard duty at all times.


Resumes must include information which demonstrates experience and knowledge, skills, and ability (KSAs) as they relate to this position. Applicants are encouraged to be clear and specific when describing their experience level and KSAs.

A qualified candidate possesses the following:
  • Knowledge, skills, and/or experience that demonstrate the incumbent's ability to work collaboratively to implement integrated prevention programs.
  • Knowledge or experience that demonstrate incumbent's ability to appropriately identify, implement and evaluate prevention methodologies.
  • Knowledge of the military language, customs, and culture to include navigating shipboard dynamics.
  • Knowledge of the psychological and/or socioeconomic stresses caused by prolonged separations, which affect individuals, families, mission performance, and command readiness.
  • Knowledge of FFSP mission, functions, policies, and procedures.
  • Skills sufficient to provide technical assistance in prevention-related areas.
  • Skill in delivery of education services, with a focus on human/personal growth and development.
  • Skill in consulting with management to obtain or exchange information about work objectives, processes, procedures, and policies.
  • Skill in networking and collaborating with all military services.
  • Skill in the use of Microsoft Office Programs (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
  • Ability to identify needs, trends, and performance measures to evaluate program effectiveness and provide recommendations for process improvements.
  • Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing with all levels of management, staff, and military personnel.
  • Ability to compose written reports and material clearly, concisely, and effectively.
  • Ability to deliver evidenced-based prevention training/education to a wide variety of audiences.
  • Ability to use data management and reporting systems to collect and organize data drawn from databases.
  • Ability to maintain accurate statistical framework for program data collection and reports.
  • Ability to meet and deal effectively with diversified groups, organizations and individuals and to maintain and establish clear relationships and lines of
  • communication at all levels using tact and diplomacy in all interactions.


A qualified candidate possesses the following:

A bachelor's degree or higher in adult education, behavioral science, social science, or in a related behavioral science field AND three years of specialized experience related to the work of the position.


A combination of education (in adult education, behavioral science, social science, or in a related behavioral science field) and specialized experience related to the work of the position.

Additional information

To ensure compliance with an applicable preliminary nationwide injunction, which may be supplemented, modified, or vacated, depending on the course of ongoing litigation, the Federal Government will take no action to implement or enforce the COVID-19 vaccination requirement pursuant to Executive Order 14043 on Requiring Coronavirus Disease 2019 Vaccination for Federal Employees. Therefore, to the extent a Federal job announcement includes the requirement that applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 pursuant to Executive Order 14043, that requirement does not currently apply. Federal agencies may request information regarding the vaccination status of selected applicants for the purposes of implementing other workplace safety protocols, such as protocols related to masking, physical distancing, testing, travel, and quarantine.

Salary is dependent on experience and/or education.

Some positions have special requirements. Selectee may be required to complete a one (1) year probationary period. Participation in Direct Deposit/Electronic Fund Transfer within the first 30 days of employment is required. We utilize E-Verify to confirm selectee's eligibility to work in the United States. Salary is dependent on experience and/or education.

This announcement may be used to fill additional vacancies within 60 days of issuance of selection certificate. For positions requiring travel more than twice per year, selectee may be required to obtain and maintain in good standing a Government-issued Travel Card for official government travel purposes.

Executive Order 12564 requires a Federal workplace free of illegal drugs. According to the Executive Order, all Federal employees are required to remain drug free throughout their employment. Commander, Navy Installations Command is a Drug-Free Federal Workplace. The use of illegal drugs will not be tolerated, and use of or intoxication by illegal drugs will result in penalties up to and including removal from Federal Service.

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