Manager of Community Health
CompDrug has an immediate opportunity for a Manager of Community Health to join our team. The Manager of Community Health oversees CompDrug’s secondary prevention efforts focused on education and risk reduction.
Full time, 40 hours per week, with some evenings and weekends
40% Community based and event staffing
Manages a team working some evening and weekend hours
-Manages, and contributes to, the efforts of the CompDrug community health team in providing secondary prevention services in Columbus/Franklin County including, but not limited to HIV, STIs, medication management, reproductive health, tobacco cessation, overdose prevention ,and other health topics as assigned to this team.
-Manages the community health team staff.
-Implements and manages community health strategies, interventions and programs.
-Liaison with existing, and cultivate new, community partners including ODMHAS certified treatment programs, driving schools, and other partners interested in receiving secondary prevention services for their clientele.
-Coordinate with Columbus Public Health’s addiction prevention team.
-Maintains and manages the speaker assignments/ presentation schedule.
-Observes Community Health staff members presentations and community-based interactions to ensure engaging, current and audience appropriate content.
-Ensures material presented by the team is in line with current research, content appropriate for the audience, and using the tools best suited for each presentation site.
-Consistently monitors service delivery hours to track progress to annual goal, and adjust frequency of delivery of presentations/number served, as needed, to ensure goal is met
-Participates in speaking engagements as a member of the community health team.
-Represents CompDrug at syringe access program, assists those with intent to enter into treatment with connection to treatment resources.
-At CompDrug, provide individual counseling on health education topics, case management, and facilitate group counseling/educational sessions. Maintain documentation of those in electronic health record.
-Other duties as assigned
-Regular and timely attendance
-Assist with the NPI process and establishment and maintenance of CAQH profile, if requested
-Assist with the credentialing process, if requested
-Participate in the annual BCI and FBI background check processes
-Maintain required professional licensure/credentials
-During the COVID-19 crisis, our Community Health Team is supporting our operations by staffing our COVID-19 Patient Hotline and facilitating medication home delivery
-Successful program coordination or management experience required.
-At least two years’ experience managing or supervising staff
-Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred.
-Chemical Dependency Certified Assistant (CDCA) certification required within 1 year of employment
-Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist (OCPS) certification required within 1 year of employment
-Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office.
-Excellent collaborative, and communication skills.
-Excellent public speaking and presentation skills
-Excellent interpersonal skills coupled with a desire to help others
-Experience and knowledge of substance use treatment and overdose prevention, public health prevention strategies, HIV and STIs.
For more than 40 years, CompDrug has offered comprehensive services in prevention, intervention and treatment to those seeking help for their addictions and mental health issues. It is now the largest opioid treatment program in Ohio, offering medication-assisted treatment using FDA-approved medications. CompDrug’s more than 100 full-time employees provide drug testing, outpatient counseling for men and women and numerous prevention programs for youths and adults. Programs include: Anger Management services, and others. Prevention Services include: Youth to Youth International, Pregnant Moms, Senior Sense, and HIV Early Intervention. Those services combined reach thousands of people every day and are instrumental in saving lives, preventing problems, and proving that treatment works. CompDrug has met the standard for high quality treatment and prevention services, winning several awards and gaining National Accreditation for its Opioid Treatment Program through CARF (Commission for Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities), beginning in 2002. Today, all of CompDrug’s programs have achieved the highest level of accreditation awarded by CARF.
CompDrug provides its employees with a collaborative, flexible and supportive environment where ideas and contributions are recognized and valued. Employees are encouraged to develop and grow their skills through training, on the job learning experiences and problem solving. CompDrug provides a comprehensive benefit package, including medical, dental and vision coverage, student loan repayment, life insurance, maternity & paternity leave, disability, 403b and paid time off.
Interested individuals may apply online by visiting http://www.compdrug.com/about-us/ and clicking on careers.
To apply for this job please visit compdrug.org.