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1/20/2020
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Program Manager I
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Yamhill County | McMinnville, OR
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Job Description

Supported Housing & Recovery Services Supervisor

(Program Manager I)

HHS/Adult Behavioral Health

Salary: $5005- $5652/month (DOE) with Excellent Benefits

 

Job #BH20-004

REVISED

Recruitment closes February 6, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.

 

 

 

Our Community

Yamhill County has approximately 102,000 residents and is a very desirable place to live in the heart of the Willamette Valley wine country. Yamhill County is home to Linfield College and Chemeketa Community College in McMinnville and George Fox University and Portland Community College in Newberg. Yamhill County is centrally located in the Willamette Valley, within close proximity to the Oregon Coast, the Portland and Salem metropolitan areas, and the Oregon Cascade Mountains. Wide varieties of indoor and outdoor recreation opportunities are available. We have the benefits, appeal and superior quality of life found in a small town community, while enjoying active social and cultural lifestyles found in larger metropolitan areas.

 

The Supported Housing & Recovery Services Supervisor

This is a regular, full-time position for a supervisor to work in specialized programs of Adult Behavioral Health.

Responsibilities include; program evaluation and implementation, teaching professional techniques and skills, and providing consultation and information regarding activities encompassing a wide spectrum of community agencies and professional disciplines. Duties include administrative and clinical supervision for staff, students, and Certified Recovery

Mentors in collaboration with other leadership team members, and providing leadership to less experienced staff. Will supervise QMHA staff who provide services for adults with mental health needs including trauma and alcohol and other drug abuse issues, will coordinate and monitor caseload assignments and productivity, and will provide clinical supervision based on Oregon Health Authority contractual mandates. THIS IS A NON-BARGAINING POSITION.

 

The Benefits

Health coverage - Group medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage for the entire family. For the 2019-20 plan year, the

County pays 99% of the monthly premium and employees pay 1% ($15.90 per month) for the Base Plan. With this plan, employees are eligible for a $100 a month contribution into an HRA VEBA account. Buy-up plans are also available.

Retirement - PERS (Public Employee Retirement System) contribution is 100% employer funded, which includes both contribution to PERS pension and IAP accounts (IAP contribution is 6% of salary).

Short-Term Disability – 100% County paid

Life insurance - $6,000 for employee/$2,000 for spouse and children – 100% County Paid.

Vacation/Sick Leave - Flexible Earned Time (FET) is a combination of vacation and sick leave. To start, you will earn 12.38 hours per month and future accruals increase based on years of service. After a year of service and depending on FET balance, employees may sell-back up to 40 hours of FET per year.

 

The Qualifications

The position requires a master’s degree or advanced training in a related field and five years’ relevant experience with progressive responsibilities in program administration or supervision. Graduate level course work and training may be substituted for up to two years’ experience. Must have, or be able to obtain, QMHP credentials. Must also have CADC II certification or the ability to obtain certification within three months of hire. The successful candidate must have an NPI number or the ability to obtain one upon employment. Will be subject to successful completion of a background check.

 

 

The Candidate

The successful candidate will have excellent skills in organization, paperwork management, and communication – both verbally and in writing, in addition to typing and computer proficiency and will be dependable, organized, self-directed, detail-oriented, and possess the ability to interact with co-workers, clients, and the public in a courteous, professional manner. Other requirements include working knowledge and skill with diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment planning techniques specifically related to community mental health services and the abilities to: understand the behavior of people under stress; develop cooperative relationships with clients, their families, and the community; maintain relationships with physicians, law enforcement agencies, the courts, public and private administrators; interpret community mental health and chemical dependency services; and prepare concise and complete client treatment and progress records. Individuals with experience in human services management, a passion for public service, and a willingness to listen and learn from a diverse team are encouraged to apply.

 

In order to qualify for most HHS positions, applicants:

**Must not be excluded from participation in federal health care programs (Medicaid, Medicare, and other

federally-funded programs that provide health benefits); and

**Must not be excluded from participation in federal procurement (Federal Acquisition Regulation) and non-procurement activities (Executive Order No. 12549).

Employees must be able to perform the essential functions of this classification with or without accommodation.


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