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Department: Community Health Department
Schedule: Full-time 40 hours/week
Shift: Days/Evenings/Weekends
Hours: 40
Contact Information:
  • Contact: Sarah Tatro
Job Details:
  • The purpose of this position is to manage all aspects of the Controlled Substance Management Network. Responsibilities are to complete or facilitate completion of all tasks outlined in the program work plan and as directed by the Governing Board. Supervise Controlled Substances Management Team Manager. Management of the on-going, day-to-day activities of the Network; this includes coordinating Network and Governing Board meetings: agenda and minutes are completed and disseminated to members, identifying and recruiting new Network members, developing by-laws and/or governing principles, etc. Managing expenditures of the project by monitoring various CMC/DH accounting reports, preparing required grant reports and required invoicing, and subcontracts and invoicing requirements. Coordinating of communication and collaborative activities between the network partners and other external community partners including other local organizations, municipalities, educational institutions, businesses, coalitions, and state offices. Attendance of meetings with external partners to share information and work activities and to participate in development of new programs and policies. Coordination between network partners and IT vendor for care coordination software. Monitoring of all project statistics and applicable local data to stay informed about trends in service needs for population/customers served by the project. Review, revise, and develop the project goals and strategic priorities based on initial logic model and evaluation plan.

    Master's degree in public health, social service, public administration, non-profit management, planning or related field preferred. Experience working with individuals with substance abuse issues, behavioral health issues, or pain management issues preferred.


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