Title: Project Support Technician - Opioid R Response Supplement $23.00 - $26.00 / Posted thru: 5-31-19
Employee Name: TBD
Supervisor: Angie Smith 19
Employee Name: TBD
Supervisor: Angie Smith-Butterwick
Purpose: To assist with the implementation of of the Michigan State Opioid Response Sup Supplement (SOR Supplement) Grant to reduce the the number of opioid related deaths and gaps in in treatment services for OUD patients.
Duties and Responsibilities: • Organize and manage considerable w workflow effectively. • Create and maintain a technical a assistance toolkit for the Michigan SOR S Supplement grant. • Prepare bimonthly reports on all t technical assistance activities. • Prepare quarterly reports of sub-grantee progress resulting from technical assistance provided.
grantee progress resulting from technical a assistance provided. • Prepare and proofread all c correspondence, including routine letters, q quarterly reports, minutes of meetings, t technical material, numerical data, charts, g graphs, tables and workplans. • Ensure reporting requirements for t the project are met by creating reporting t templates, communicating with grantees to e ensure timely and accurate submission, and c compiling and editing responses. • Provide technical assistance to regional Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment (SAPT) Directors, Treatment Coordinators (TC), Prevention Coordinators (PC), Utilization Management (UM) and other programmatic staff to create materials including but not limited to best and promising practices, ch¬arts, graphs, t tables, and FAQ sheets. • Find and review relevant trainings a and webinars as needed. • Participate in advisory groups, workgroups, and sub-committees for the p purpose of enhancing technical assistance m materials. • Collaborate with program specialists from the OEND/Harm Reduction programs, Opioid Health Home initiative and Jail-based M MAT initiative to coordinate technical a assistance. • Assist the SAPT Directors, TCs, UM a and PCs with onsite assessment and t troubleshooting of barriers to i implementation. • Maintain a positive, strong, c credible, professional and interpersonal r relationship with all parties relevant to M MPHI projects and represent the best i interest of OROSC and MPHI at all times. • Perform other duties as assigned by Proj Project Coordinator and Project Director.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Experience: At least 1 year experience in the the substance use disorder field in the area of of program implementation. Experience with the the administration of federal substance use dis disorder grant programs, community outreach and and engagement, local prevention, and the pro provision of technical assistance is des desired.
Important Skills and Characteristics: • Demonstrated commitment to and e experience in working with diverse p populations. • Demonstrated knowledge and ability t to navigate political landscapes; act d diplomatically while handling complex r relationships and projects. • Demonstrated proficiency in written c communication skills such as reports, p proposals, professional correspondence, p presentation content and materials, etc. • Strong interpersonal skills, including one-on-one support, working on a t team, and interacting with a wide range of c community constituents. • Demonstrated understanding of unique c concerns, issues, and relationships relevant t to prevention, treatment and recovery work w with individuals with substance use d disorders. • Demonstrated ability in the p provision of technical assistance and c consultation. • Advanced knowledge and skill level i in the use of computers. • Professional experience with Mi Microsoft applications, such as: Word, Ex Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, graphics and ta tables.
Work Environment and Physical Requirements: Standard office environment. Involves viewing a CRT or VDT screen 25% to 75% of the time. Requires a valid vehicle operator’s license to perform duties of the position. Trav position. Travel throughout the State of Michigan as ne Michigan as needed.
Responsibility for the Work of Others: No assigned res assigned responsibility.
Required Communication: Contact Person/Group Frequency Purpose
Purpose Project Director Project Coordinator Daily Weekly Daily Weekly Status/direction Status/direction
“For purposes of employment standards, this classification is “Non-Exempt” from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.”