Program Manager (Reach Ur Life)
Salary: $50,000 – $55,000 Annually
Job Type: Full-time (Exempt)
Closing Date: Until Filled
- Administrative oversight for Reach UR Life employees, including hiring, training, assigning, reviewing, coaching, and evaluating work performance.
- Serves as lead trainer for QPR, safeTALK, ASIST and as administrative coordinator for Sources of Strength, CAST, and other relevant suicide prevention trainings.
- Monitors the program’s budget including financial, data and grant reports in accordance with the grantor reporting guidelines.
- Provides leadership in all facets of the planning and development of the pathway to service/system of care model, including the establishment of inter-agency collaborations with other like serving agencies for the Reach UR Life and Native Connections Programs.
- Establishes sustainable partnerships with NACA Behavioral Health and other community schools, community mental health providers and organizations and behavioral health providers for referral, early intervention response, and networking.
- Partners with community mental health and behavioral health agencies for the development of Zero Suicide programs.
- Reports to and maintains compliance with all Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) regulations and guidelines.
- Establishes an integrated approach to promote and achieve goals and objectives of the current Garrett Lee Smith grant, data collection and reports.
- Oversees the preparation, maintenance, and acquisition of relevant documentation, files, and records, ensuring rigorous protection of client information.
- In conjunction with NACA behavioral health, community members and coalitions, develops a program advisory board to establish mechanisms for the development of systems of care approach to Native American youth mental health.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree in health and/or human services or related field and at least two (2) years of previous, experience working with grants and/or as a grant project manager, community coalition building and leadership; or equivalent experience. Supervisory experience of minimum one (1) year is required. Preferred: Master’s degree in social work, community or organizational development, behavioral health, health education, or equivalent field. Licensed Clinical Social Work (LCSW), Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Level I Fingerprint Clearance; CPR; First Aid; HIPAA Certification (can be acquired before and/or after hire). Possess a valid state Driver’s License. Must complete/pass a criminal background investigation & fingerprint clearance in accordance with NACA policy.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Knowledge in children’s mental health and related services system with demonstrated experience working with family systems, demonstrated ability to foster collaborative relationships.
- Knowledge and experience in the assessment and management of suicide risk. Knowledge of Zero Suicide Initiatives.
- Familiarity with American Indian culture(s), society and working knowledge and respect for the American Indian culture, traditions, and customs.
*Must complete and submit a NACA, Inc. Employment Application, Letter of Interest, Resume and Transcripts. Application can be obtained through website www.nacainc.org. Any question, please contact Human Resources at (928)526-2968. Employer exercises EEOC and Indian preference in accordance with the Indian Preference Act.