Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium
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Behavioral Health Project Manager
at Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium
|Title:||Behavioral Health Project Manager|
|Job Status:||Full Time|
|Location:||Juneau or Sitka|
Behavioral Health Grant Project Manager
(Sitka or Juneau)
SEARHC was established in 1975 under the provisions of the Indian Self-Determination Act as a non-profit health consortium which serves the health interests of the residents of Southeast Alaska. The intent of this legislation was to have Indian Health Service programs and facilities turned over to tribal management. Our contracting with IHS began in 1976 when we took over management of the Community Health Aides Program. In 1982, we took over operation of the IHS Juneau clinic, now the Ethel Lund Medical Center, and took over operation of Sitka’s Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital in 1986. We are one of the oldest and largest Native-run health organizations in the nation.
Serves as a grant manager over all behavioral health grants for outpatient behavioral health. The position is responsible for writing, developing, overseeing, and executing all grant responsibilities.
- Administration and Management of grant and project administrative activities: including responsibility of writing, submitting, and managing grants. Responsible for managing and supporting the grants and project requirement and implementation for the organization
- Project Manager will identify and develop strategies to optimize the grants and projects process. Will perform relevant research to identify available grant opportunities and evaluate the results. Project manager will write grants when new opportunities for behavioral health grants arise. Project Manager will oversee that the grants are implemented according to the operational and financial needs of the organization. The Project Manager will keep the relevant staff informed about upcoming deadlines and deliverables, thereby ensuring smooth completion of work responsibilities. The Project Manager will oversee the job of invoicing, accounting, reporting, and other administrative functions to ensure successful execution of grant process. The Project Manager will prepare financial or budget plans and allocation along with the planning and finance department in accordance with each requirement. The Project Manager will provide detailed reports to the funders and the board of directors with respect to the organization's progress. The Project Manager will monitor paperwork and other related documents connected with grant-funded programs. The Project Manager will maintain records of all payments and receivables and prepare monthly records for all grant related activities. The Project Manager will provide training to the new staff on grants management and reporting requirements
- The Project Manager will be a participant member of the Behavioral Health Management. The Project Manager will contribute to BH Division team discussions for process improvement, accreditation, training and budget and other topics related to projects and grant management.
- The Project Manager will maintain and coordinate effective collaboration and partnerships with all SEARHC entities related to grant activities.
- The Project Manager will be given special projects for Behavioral Health as assigned.
- Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or other closely related Human Service field required, Master's degree is preferred.
- Minimum of three years of experience with grant writing and service delivery required.
- Two years supervisory experience.
- Five years of experience in the mental health or substance abuse field, preferably with some experience serving the Alaska native population.
- Demonstrated management skills or two years of academic training in management can be concurrent with other experience.
License and Certifications:
- Master’s level - A mental health provider or eligible for Alaska licensure as Psychological Associate, Professional Counselor or Clinical Social Worker at time of original hire preferred but not required.
- Valid Alaska driver’s license within six months of hire required.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
- Good understanding of the organization's overall business and its objectives
- Possess good knowledge of planning and strategizing financial and budgeting issues
- Experience with basic financial management skills including developing and monitoring budgets and financial reporting
- Knowledge of business and management principles involved in planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, and coordination of people and resources.
- Knowledge of Therapy and Counseling principles, methods and procedures for diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of behavioral disorders, impairment, and dysfunctionality.
- Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer service. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction. Human Resources – Knowledge of principles and procedures for personnel recruitment, selection and training.
- Excellent project management skills with experience in managing and supervising administrative projects
- Possess excellent organizational skills
- Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills
- Ability to perform in cross-functional team approach and job responsibilities
- Strong Skills in grant writing and management
- Skills in Management and Leadership, which include analysis and proactive advocacy for the program and deliverable services.
- Skills in administrative and supervision to facilitate program direction.
- Excellent communication skills – the ability to integrate knowledge into practicalities and application.
- Ability to manage a multitude of grants and reporting with excellent writing skills
- A multi-tasker with strong ability to work under pressure
- Ability to prioritize work, meet deadlines and produce quality results on time with attention to detail.
- Proficient in using computers with related knowledge of software programs and Internet
- Ability to motivate and lead a diverse workforce
- Ability to work under pressure, short time lines and be responsive in environment where the mitigation of human suffering depends on the leadership, stability and professionalism of the incumbent.
At SEARHC, we see our employees as our strongest assets. It is our priority to further their development and our organization by aiding in their professional advancement. Working at SEARHC is more than a job, it’s a fulfilling career.
We offer generous benefits, including retirement, paid time off, paid parental leave, health, dental, and vision benefits, life insurance and long and short-term disability, and more.
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