Full–Time Program Officer II, Off Main Clinic

Program Officer II at Off Main Clinic ensures the delivery of quality services to patients; supervises a staff consisting of alcohol and drug counselors, dispensing and support nurses, office manager, volunteers or student interns and medical contract staff, provides clinical supervision to counseling staff, provides opportunities for specialized training and professional development to staff, maintains up-to-date policies and procedures in conformance with licensing and accreditation standards, screens, interviews, and recommends the hire qualified staff, interface with patients in all programs areas as needed, makes budgeting recommendations to administration, engages in long term planning and setting of program goals in cooperation with immediate supervisor, performs community outreach. Ensures the delivery of quality services to patients; supervises a staff consisting of alcohol and drug counselors, dispensing and support nurses, office manager, volunteers or student interns and medical contract staff, provides clinical supervision to counseling staff, provides opportunities for specialized training and professional development to staff, maintains up-to-date policies and procedures in conformance with licensing and accreditation standards, screens, interviews, and recommends the hire qualified staff, interface with patients in all programs areas as needed, makes budgeting recommendations to administration, engages in long term planning and setting of program goals in cooperation with immediate supervisor, performs community outreach. Must be able to work with many partnering agencies (drug court, truancy court, probation, school districts, etc.), contracts, MOU’s, administrative staff, academic staff, and provide oversight to multiple locations on-site and remotely. The Program Officer also oversees the Drug and Alcohol Intervention Services for Youth program (DAISY), the school based Substance Use Prevention Program (SUPP).

Minimum qualifications; BA in counseling, psychology or related field of study, Certified alcohol and drug counselor with knowledge of opioid dependence and narcotic treatment, Five years related work experience; two years supervisory experience, Two years clean and sober if in recovery, Knowledge of community resources used in treatment and case management, Computer skills and ability to learn technology, Oral and written communication skills and ability to communicate effectively with staff, patients, families, community agencies and professionals, Crisis intervention skills and ability to perform in crisis situations, Ability to exercise appropriate judgement and decision-making, Ability to be flexible and adaptable in any given situation, Ability to work effectively under stress and conflict, Ability to work as member of treatment team and management team, Ability to work independently under general supervision, Ability to work effectively and responsibly in outpatient setting, Oral and written fluency in English language.

Starting pay $4,778-$5,267 per month D.O.E. Additional 5% if Bilingual (E/S). Generous benefits package including medical, dental and vision coverage. AA/EOE.