Addictions Program Manager, Jackson County, OR
Addictions Program Manager
Job Locations US-OR
ID 2019-1830 # of Openings 1 Category Outpatient Department Jackson County
The Addictions Program Manager oversees programs, staff and services for clients with co-occurring disorders or addiction only needs. Provides administrative and clinical direction and guidance to team(s). Works effectively and collaboratively within the agency and with other mental health and addiction professionals, community partners and local, state and federal stakeholders. Ensures program compliance with both funding and licensing requirements.
Responsible for developing addiction service array for agency and working with teams to integrate co-occurring treatment. Manages program in accordance with clinical standards and OARs and within the established budget. Provides administrative and clinical direction and supervision to staff within department. Meets regularly with direct reports to review job performance including clinical work, adherence to OARs, and agency policy and directives. Ensures required supervision, appropriate training, monitoring and timely evaluation of program staff. Works collaboratively within the agency and with outside resources (CCOs, DHS, health plans, schools and other community resources) to obtain and coordinate services necessary for social development, housing needs, accessing employment and education, medical needs etc. Works collaboratively with internal systems to recruit addictions staff and develop ongoing systems to ensure an adequate workforce. Promotes multidisciplinary integration between mental health and addictions. Initiates and participates in system changes within own department, organization and with community partners that provide for increased access to care and resources for clients and improved recovery outcomes.
Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor III (CADC III). Will consider Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor II, for right candidate. Experience working with clients with mental illness and co-occurring disorders; experience with specific sub-populations (i.e. children, seniors) may be required.
Computer proficiency required to use Electronic Health Records.
Valid OR driver's license and excellent driving record required. Must successfully complete state-required background and DMV checks.
Excellent salary and benefits: family medical, long term disability, 403 (b) with 6% match - and more.