SUD Grant Project Coordinator (SOR)

<p><strong>Are you looking for a career filled with purpose and opportunity?</strong></p> <p><strong>By joining Region 10, you can help actualize our mission of promoting opportunities for recovery, discovery, health and independence for individuals receiving services through ease of access, high quality of care and best value.&nbsp; View the details below on how you can become a&nbsp; SUD Grant Project Coordinator for Region 10 PIHP.</strong></p>

Port Huron, MI

Region 10 PIHP

<p>Region 10 Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan Provides public services for mental health and substance use disorders through the Community Mental Health agencies in Genesee, Lapeer, Sanilac and St. Clair counties and a panel of other care providers.</p> <h4>Mission: Promoting opportunities for Recovery, Discovery, Health and Independence for individuals receiving services through ease of access, high quality of care and best value.</h4>

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Overview: <p>The State Opioid Response (SOR) Grants will provide additional Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Prevention and Recovery programs to Region 10.&nbsp; The Grant Project Coordinator, under the direction of the SUD Treatment and Prevention Director, will provide oversight of grant implementation, budgets, goals, objectives and activities, and serve as a liaison to funded program personnel as well as the MDHHS grant management staff.&nbsp;</p> <p>Additionally, this position will assist in grant data collection and will submit monthly, quarterly and annual reports as directed by MDHHS.&nbsp; The position&rsquo;s work will involve participation in staff meetings, identifying gaps in services for target populations and assisting in activities designed to fill those gaps.&nbsp; The position is responsible for conducting community presentations on grant goals, objectives, activities, and program eligibility information as requested.</p> <p>Specific projects may include, but are not limited to, the following:</p> <ul> <li>Lead on the development, coordination and oversight of contracted Medication Assisted Treatment Jail Programs;</li> <li>Lead on the development, coordination and oversight of contracted SUD Mobile Treatment Unit;</li> <li>Lead on the expansion efforts for Recovery Housing;</li> <li>Lead on expansion efforts to place Recovery Coaches within FQHCs/Urgent Care Centers;</li> <li>Collaborate with Region 10 staff and providers to enhance prevention services</li> <li>Collaborate with Region 10 staff and providers in the expansion of Naloxone distribution</li> </ul>
Responsibilities: <p>An employee at this level is required to perform some or all of the following duties, which do not include all tasks to be performed:</p> <ul> <li>Identify providers</li> <li>Creation of workplan for implementation of programming</li> <li>Evaluate the work of program providers to ensure for the effective use of program resources and that quality of services delivered are appropriate</li> <li>Direct activities of program providers/implementers as necessary</li> <li>Assist in evaluating program providers</li> <li>Facilitate access to necessary training programs for providers</li> <li>Establish and oversees administrative procedures to meet grant objectives</li> <li>Oversee program policies regarding participant eligibility, program requirements, and program benefits.</li> <li>Prepare and maintain records and reports, such as budgets, personnel records and grant targets.</li> <li>Assist in researching and analyzing participant and community needs to determine program direction and goals</li> <li>Prepare and submit reports to the State of Michigan, verifying accuracy and completeness and ensuring deadlines are met</li> <li>Attend and participate in various state, regional and local workgroups, county collaborative groups and other meetings to promote grant implementation as needed.</li> </ul>
Requirements: <strong><strong>Minimum Qualifications<br /></strong></strong> <ul> <li>Bachelor&rsquo;s Degree in field related to the job responsibilities</li> <li>Experience working with or within a Community Mental Health, SUD Coordinating Agency, PIHP or Substance Use Provider Agency</li> <li>One &ndash; two years of related experience including program implementation, management, reporting, evaluation or any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities</li> <li>Valid State of Michigan Driver&rsquo;s License</li> <li><strong>Must have access to transportation</strong></li> </ul> <strong>Preferred Qualifications</strong><br /> <ul> <li>Master&rsquo;s Degree</li> <li>MCBAP credentials preferred</li> <li>Knowledge of grant coordination procedures</li> <li>Awareness of co-occurring populations (Mental Health, Substance Use Disorders)</li> </ul> <strong>Competencies Required</strong><br /> <ul> <li>Must be able to effectively communicate, written, oral and electronic skills, with various populations, program participants and professional colleagues</li> <li>Ability to organize, prioritize and document in a timely manner</li> <li>Ability to troubleshoot and identify resources</li> <li>Public speaking skills</li> <li>Must maintain confidentiality</li> <li>Knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures and ability to interpret and disseminate information</li> <li>Ability to set expectations, provide guidance and monitor progress toward goals</li> <li>Skill in evaluating information to determine compliance with standards</li> <li>Ability to maintain composure and display tact and professionalism in all interactions</li> <li>Skill in resolving conflict and negotiating</li> <li>Ability to keep commitments and take responsibility for own actions</li> <li>Knowledge of instructional design and presentation methods</li> <li>Knowledge of media production, communication and dissemination techniques and methods, including alternative ways to inform via written, oral and visual media</li> <li>Skill in meeting quality standards and identifying ways to improve services</li> <li>Ability to translate concepts and information into easily understandable reports or materials</li> <li>Ability to organize, prioritize and plan work activities and projects to meet deadlines</li> <li>Ability to make timely decisions using sound and accurate judgment within specified constraints</li> <li>Ability to express ideas effectively and adapt message to audience orally and in writing</li> <li>Ability to identify and find solutions to complex problems</li> <li>Ability to effectively work on multiple projects at one time and adapt quickly to changing demands</li> <li>Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and maintain working relationships to collaborate as part of a team</li> <li>Attention to detail and quality</li> <li>Ability to behave ethically, honestly and with integrity</li> </ul>