Bureau: Behavioral Health Services / Recovery Community Support Services
|Full-time County Contractual|
|Open to all qualified candidates.|
|Date Posted: 12/14/22 | Date Closing: Open until filled|
|Location: 839 Bestgate Road, Annapolis, MD 21401|
|Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.|
|Salary: $26.00 per hour|
|Benefits: Participation in the County’s group health plan including prescription, dental, and optical, paid holidays and sick leave. Optional deferred compensation program at employee’s own expense.|
|Nature of Work:
Prepare, implement and monitor grants awarded by the Maryland Department of Health and other local, state and federal government agencies for grants awarded for the evaluation and expansion of clubhouses located throughout Maryland. Work closely with the Chief of Child and Adolescent Substance Use Services with the Behavioral Health Administration, Maryland Department of Health. Serve as the subject matter expert in the implementation and deliverables of assigned behavioral health grants provided to adolescent clubhouse organizations. Review MDH/BHA and/or federal conditions of awards and provide technical assistance and capacity building for grantees to assure that deliverables are met. Facilitate monthly meetings with grantees and formal site visits. Serves as liaison between the DOH and BHA, grantee and funding originator in all programmatic areas. Coordinate and track data collection from grantees required by the DOH and BHA. Submit monthly reports to the MDH, or other grant-funding public, private or non-profit agencies as applicable. Review budget proposals to determine financial stability and adherence to department, county, state and federal guidelines. Build leadership and capacity within the Adolescent Clubhouse Framework. Support the professional development of Adolescent Clubhouse staff members. Use the evaluation of data to improve the quality and impact of work. Proactively identify and implement ongoing opportunities for improvement and growth with the expansion of services available to individuals/communities served. Communicate with grantees to identify and define project requirements, scope and objectives. Work closely with grantees assisting with processing invoices and grantee expenditures for adequate submission. Complete special projects and other assignments involving grants and budgets for the Bureau of Behavioral Health.
|Education: Bachelor’s degree in behavioral health field from an accredited college or university.|
Two years of supervisory experience working in the human services field providing oversight of program operations and staff. Four years project management/administrative experience working within the realm of treatment, social service and/or public behavioral health systems. Good communication and interpersonal skills, capable of maintaining strong relationships. Strong organizational and multitasking skills. Excellent analytical and problem-solving abilities. Team management and leadership skills. Time management skills with the ability to meet deadlines. Documentation management and proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suite.
|Desired or Preferred Qualifications:
Preferred candidates will be licensed or certified in the field of behavioral health. A license is not required, experience and education will be considered in lieu of a license. Experience with substance use and/or youth services.
How to Apply
|Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications can apply.
Send a completed County application or resume to:
Fax to 410-222-4392 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
An Equal Opportunity Employer