HAMSA Substance Abuse Program Manager
- Experience Level
Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta (JF&CS) offers best-in-class, person-centered programs and resources to transform lives. Building on our 125-year history, we are here to help individuals and families of all faiths live to their full potential.
Guided by Jewish values, we are a welcoming community, and our experienced professionals bring integrity and compassion to their work in the fields of aging and older adults, career counseling, dentistry, mental health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and need-based support services. We serve thousands of individuals annually regardless of age, race, religion, national origin or ability to pay.
JF&CS seeks a HAMSA Substance Abuse Program Manager.
PURPOSE: To provide leadership, vision, and an evolving strategy for growth for the HAMSA program and staff and the execution of our mission and intended impact.
- Oversee and manage HAMSA staff including a program coordinator and therapist (clinical supervision by clinical director).
- Coordinate awareness, prevention, educational and outreach programs to address SUD and recovery in the Jewish community through partnerships and collaborations with Jewish organizations.
- Develop and coordinate programs and services to promote recovery and increase access to treatment.
- Create and implement strategies to increase program impact and promote sustainability.
- Responsible for overall leadership, vision, and management of HAMSA program, developing an intended impact and strategy for achieving it.
- Lead the implementation of strategic program plans that support program goals.
- Financial management and oversight of budget.
- Manage staff to a high level of client satisfaction and promote professional development.
- Oversee and facilitate program planning and maintenance including ongoing assessment of the community’s needs to ensure relevance of programming, continually assessing metrics of success.
- Partner with Jewish and other community partners to design, coordinate and present activities which promote awareness and minimize the stigma of addiction and recovery.
- Plan and oversee professional development opportunities for clinical staff to enhance their ability to counsel individuals and families as it relates to addiction and recovery.
- Serve as key liaison with synagogue, school, youth group professionals and lay leadership to develop and maintain relationships and implement relevant and customized program plans for the Jewish community.
- Develop and maintain strong relationships with individuals, institutions, organizations, and clinical resources in the behavioral health and recovery community.
- Collaborate with marketing team to develop and implement marketing strategy, including social media and event promotion.
- Oversee the development, tracking, and analysis of data and outcomes measures for all programs, using the information to modify programs accordingly.
- Liaise with grants and development departments to pursue and maintain grant funding.
- Work in coordination with HAMSA staff to maximize awareness and utilization of HAMSA and other JF&CS services.
- Represent HAMSA at community events and programming.
- Other duties as necessary.
- Strong program strategy and planning skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Personnel management experience.
- Knowledge of the disease concept of addiction and familiarity with multiple modalities of treatment and paths to recovery (including but not limited to 12-step and other peer support programs, medication assisted treatment, and harm reduction).
- Strong networking and relationship development skills.
- Excellent project management, data collection and analysis, and organizational skills.
- Strong internal and external customer service and interpersonal skills.
- Skilled team player, effective working collaboratively both internally and externally.
- Ability to effectively manage and track multiple responsibilities at once.
- Sales and/or marketing experience preferred.
- Willingness to travel throughout metro Atlanta based on community and synagogue outreach needs.
- Ability to work outside normal business hours as needed.
- Computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) and Outlook.
- Basic understanding of Judaism and Jewish values.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
- Bachelor’s degree required - preferably in education, clinical work, addiction, or a related field.
- 2+ years of experience related to substance abuse training/counseling/advocacy
- Experience with public speaking.
- Management experience.
- Non-profit experience preferred.
- Knowledge of Greater Atlanta business, and non-profit community preferred.
How to Apply?
To apply, please follow this link to locate the full job description and application: https://phg.tbe.taleo.net/phg03/ats/careers/searchResults.jsp?org=JFCSA&cws=1