Prevention Services Supervisor Administrative Manager Jobs Vacancy in City Cleveland Cleveland
- Prevention Services Supervisor Administrative Manager
- City Cleveland
- Cleveland OH
- 16 Feb, 2018 30+ days ago
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Prevention Services Supervisor Administrative Manager Jobs Vacancy in City Cleveland Cleveland Jobs Details:
Prevention Services Supervisor / Administrative Manager
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
(Title changed from Executive Assistant) Under administrative direction, is responsible for planning, managing, developing work rules, training, coordinating, and administering all activities and personnel of such staff positions as administration, citizen participation, research, and finance, and manages such personnel as are assigned to specific functions in the performance of the necessary duties. Performs other job-related duties as required.
A High School Diploma or GED is required. A Bachelor's Degree is required. Four years of full time paid management or administrative experience is required. (Substitution: Two years of experience may substitute for each year of college education lacking. A valid State of Ohio Driver's License is required.
Additional Departmental Duties
Under the general direction of the Program Manager of the Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, the Prevention Services Supervisor position is responsible for directing the day-to-day operations of the Prevention Services program. Position will implement program activities as designated in the program's contract with the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County (ADAMHS), and will maintain a professional relationship with ADAMHS program staff as requested and required. Position is responsible for maintaining state licensure (via Ohio MHAS) and assuring adherence to all state, federal, and HIPAA laws and regulations. Position will monitor and prepare reports on program activities as necessary for all required purposes (city; state; federal).
Position will be responsible for administering prevention programming in a CMSD pre-K through 8 school, delivering substance abuse prevention activities to the specified population (i.e., school-aged youth; their parents; educators; and those organizations which support and interact with them). Special projects may need to be developed to continue providing services over school holidays (such as Christmas and Spring breaks) or to account for lack of student-days due to testing, conferences or days off due to weather. This program carries with it the responsibility for maintaining a collegiate internship program inclusive of supervising, mentoring and evaluating students and maintaining formal, professional relationships with the students' faculty representatives. Position will be responsible for fostering and maintaining relationships with colleges to maximize recruitment potential.
Outside of the school year this position will be responsible for developing curriculum for implementation during summertime programming for youth.
Applicant must demonstrate knowledge of local systems of care, youth serving organizations as well as associated non-profit and grass-roots organizations, and should have experience cultivating partnerships with these and other community resources. The position is responsible for examining the potential to provide services within those organizations; and/or for developing or increasing these organizations' capacity to continue to provide youth-serving activities; and/or providing learning opportunities for the staffs and other parties associated with these organizations.
Position is responsible for maintaining quality assurance and improvement (QA/QI) activities. Position will provide support activities and direct services to clients and may be required to transport youth to/from program-related activities. Position assumes additional responsibilities and performs special projects as needed or directed.
This position description is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties or skills required for the job and is subject to review and change in accordance with the needs of CDPH/OMHSA. Since no position description can detail all the duties and responsibilities that may be required in the performance of a job, those duties which (for example) represent reasonable expectations for carrying out this position; or which are related to the goals of the Department of Public Health; or which may be required due to the changing nature of the field or requirements of the program's funding mechanisms; shall also be considered part of the jobholder's responsibility.
Additional and Preferred Department Qualifications
Must pass FBI background check (BCCI). Must have working knowledge of drug abuse prevention principles, the taxonomies of prevention service delivery and methods of implementation; of human development across the lifespan; of; and of group and organizational development. Preferred management experience is that which has occurred in the context of social services, community development, counseling, and other related fields. Must have at minimum a Bachelor of Arts in a social science (e.g. public works, social work, counseling, sociology, psychology); preference given for advanced degree (Masters and above.) Must hold a current State of Ohio license or certification in counseling and/or social work (LPC or LSW licensure with scope of practice in prevention); preference given to PCC-S, LISW-S, or the ability to obtain such within a two-year time period. Must hold a current and valid State of Ohio driver's license.