Policy and Program Supervisor - Tribal and Community-based Organizations unit
The ideal candidate for this position will have experience coaching and mentoring mid-level staff and student interns. In addition, we are seeking a Human Services professional who has experience with grant writing, analyzing legislation and managing competitive procurements. If you have experience working with ethnic and other minority communities, this opportunity may be for you!
The Policy and Program Supervisor of the Tribal and Community-Based Organization Unit is responsible for Supervision of the unit staff, management and implementation of the related local services and statewide projects, which includes Tribal prevention services, mental health promotion and suicide prevention workgroup and grant program, management and implementation of the agency's intern program, representing the agency to other state agencies advisory boards or workgroups, and advancing the integration of prevention into a broad array of behavioral health and primary healthcare settings including meetings. The Program and Policy Supervisor will prepare budget proposals and operating budgets as well as be responsible for managing budget expenditures.
The Policy and Program Supervisor position is in the Substance Use Disorder Prevention and Mental Health Promotion Section within the Prevention and Children's Behavioral Health in the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery.