This position will work under the direction of the
Director of Recovery Programming and the Practice Manager for SCHC SUD
Recovery Services. This individual will empower communities to promote substance
free lifestyles; build community structures to support those lifestyles; and encourage
and support coordinated, systemic approaches to the prevention of maladaptive use
of substances. Create and sustain systems and structures that discourage
maladaptive substance use, reduce its consequences, and encourage healthy
behaviors in children, their families, and other adults.
1. Provide or arrange trainings, technical assistance, and workforce
development for providers, community coalitions and tribal members on
Substance Use Disorders and Mental Health related topics.
2. Work with the Sacred Circle Healthcare Recovery Services Director and staff in
implementing Substance Abuse Prevention evidence-based programs or
other promising practices.
3. Establish both formal and informal alliances with organizations which have
similar or allied goals, such as School Boards, law enforcement, health care
providers, tribal elders, community centers, and service providers.
4. Develop tribal coalitions in tribal and rural communities considered at high
risk based on data from substance use related community indicators.
1. Managing and implementing community initiatives outlined in the
Community Opioid Intervention and Prevention Program grant outline.
2. Administer all pre- and post-program evaluation tools.
3. Meet with and enlist key Agency and Tribal stakeholders, coalitions, and
service providers to promote the goals of Sacred Circle Healthcare on
Recovery and Substance Use Disorder treatment.
4. Participate in the development of Agency/Department strategic plans
selecting goals, objectives, and targets.
5. Organize, coordinate, or assist in the organization of prevention activities (as
outlined in Grant proposal).
6. Responsible for completing all mandatory paperwork which complies with
grant requirements for timelines and behavioral guidelines.
7. Responsible for prompt compliance with all Agency and Departmental
regulations and requirements.
8. Maintain productivity standards and expected billable units per week.
9. Assist in developing further grant applications to support Agency prevention
goals or to assure sustainability of effort.
10. Responsible and accountable for attendance at Department Meetings
supervision meetings, and Grant preparation meetings.
11. Serve as a customer service role model to insure a positive relationship in
interactions with all clients, the community, and peers.
12. Perform duties as needed and/or requested to support and maintain Agency
standards and continuous quality improvement of Department.
13. Must be able to work evenings/weekends and maintain reliable
14. Must be able to be at work on a consistent basis with regular attendance and
punctuality and be willing and able to handle all the duties and
responsibilities of this position daily.
15. Responds appropriately and effectively to the diversity of co-workers,
consumers, and stakeholders.
16. Takes responsibility for other assignments as they arise in the development of
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree
EXPERIENCE: At least 2 years’ experience working in the Mental Health and
Substance Use Prevention/Treatment or related field.
• Experience in Human Services, Mental Health, community organization,
program development and/or management, preferred.
• Certified Prevention Professional, preferred.
• Administrative & supervisory experience working with volunteers.
• High Proficiency required in communication and relevant computer