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OhioMHAS is seeking a Alcohol & Drug Program Administrator (Prevention Services Administrator) in the Office of Prevention & Wellness. 

Under general supervision serves as a behavioral health administrator in the planning, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of complex community behavioral health service systems for Problem Gambling Services:

  • Develops statewide policies & procedures for prevention & health & wellness programs that are developed and implemented among stakeholder organizations that serve as partners in this service system & for the constituents whose needs are being served;
  • Ensures compliance to state laws & rules;
  • Establishes standards & criteria for prevention programs;
  • Monitors program standards;
  • Assists on rule review & legislative initiatives for prevention programs;
  • Provides technical assistance & training to partner agencies, stakeholder groups and community organizations;
  • Serves as a subject matter expert to state departments, county boards & service provider leadership in developing & implementing plans for community services & programs;
  • Reviews program proposals & assists in reviewing & preparing grant applications for compliance with applicable standards/guidelines;
  • Monitors sub-grantee performance & progress through site visits, reports & data analysis;
  • Develops policies & procedures for monitoring programs, performance/progress/needs & evaluating effectiveness;
  • Makes recommendations to Deputy Directors &/or Assistant Directors on budgets, funding levels and special conditions to be placed on funding requests;
  • Collaborates with state, county & community organizations & vendors to develop & implement marketing & public education campaigns;
  • Oversees preparation of reports for various stakeholder groups;
  • Serves on a variety of state level public health planning committees;
  • Attends meetings & conducts site visits;
  • Develops annual budget for administration of initiatives, recommends & reviews budget revisions & recommendation for approval;
  • Formulates & implements strategies for continuous quality improvement in specialized areas;
  • Develops documents, tools and other resources & provides presentations at statewide & national meetings & conferences;
  • Oversees contracts from development through completion, including compliance & reporting

Qualifications

Completion of graduate core program in human services field (e.g., social work; psychology; sociology; nursing); 24 mos. exp. in management; 36 mos. trg. or 36 mos. exp. in prevention services (e.g., conducts studies/surveys, coordinates program implementation & ensures compliance to federal rules & regulations); 24 mos. exp. in writing job-related technical reports; 12 mos. in grant administration. 

-Or completion of undergraduate core program in human services field (e.g., social work; psychology; sociology; nursing); 36 mos. trg. or 36 mos. exp. in management; 36 mos. trg. or 36 mos. exp. in prevention services (e.g., conducts studies/surveys, coordinates program implementation & ensures compliance to federal rules & regulations); 24 mos. exp. in writing job-related technical reports; 12 mos. exp. in grant administration. 

-Or 24 mos. exp. in delivery of health/human services; 36 mos. exp. in management; 36 mos. trg. or 36 mos. exp. in prevention services (e.g., conducts studies/surveys, coordinates program implementation & ensures compliance to federal rules & regulations); 24 mos. exp. in writing job-related technical reports; 12 mos. exp. in grant administration. 

-Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.
 Knowledge of human services (e.g., social work, psychology, sociology, nursing); grant administration; alcohol & drug addiction treatment/prevention methodologies; state & federal rules & regulations governing delivery of alcohol & drug addiction services*; supervisory principles/techniques; management; budgeting*; public relations. Skill in operation of personal computer*. Ability to define unusual problems, collect data, establish facts & draw complex conclusions; write instructions, specification & technical manuals for program staff. 
(*)Developed after employment.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Minimum undergraduate degree in sociology, psychology, social work, nursing, or public health
  • 30 hours of experience in Problem Gambling
  • Prevention Certification
  • Experience in community education, public health and/or physical healthcare setting

Work Location

Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services
James A Rhodes Office Tower 
30 E Broad St 
Columbus 43215-3430

Schedule

Work Hours: 8:00AM-5:00PM

Compensation

$31.76 - $45.34/hr.
 
Application information is here.
 
Posted on ADAPAO website on July 30, 2019.