Director of National Alliance on Mental Illness of Ohio (NAMI Ohio) Children’s Division
The National Alliance on Mental Illness for Ohio (NAMI Ohio) is the state’s voice for mental illness. NAMI Ohio is a statewide non-profit organization that engages in education, advocacy and support for people impacted by mental illness and their families.
The Director of NAMI Ohio’s Children’s Division will reorganize and supervise the expansion of NAMI Ohio’s Children’s Division. The candidate for this leadership role at NAMI Ohio will possess a Master’s Degree in a related field and a minimum of five years’ experience working with children.
Salary will be competitive with the opportunity for advancement. Please mail letters of intent with resume to NAMI Ohio; Executive Director; 1225 Dublin Road; Suite 125; Columbus, Ohio 43215 or email: email@example.com by September 1, 2017.
Detailed job description can be found at the NAMI Ohio website: www.namiohio.org.
Ad Title: Director, Practice Implementation and Evaluation Contact: NEOMED State: OH Description:
TITLE: Director, Practice Implementation and Evaluation Position No. A18266 Pay Grade 80 ECLS A1 FLSA, Exempt DEPARTMENT: Psychiatry REPORTS TO: Director, BeST Center DIRECT REPORT TITLES: 1 Senior Consultant Trainer, 1 Managing Consultant Trainer, 3 Consultant Trainers, 1 Program Evaluator, 1 Training/Instructional Specialist, and 1 Program Assistant DATE: July 2012; May 2014; June 2017
SUMMARY: Responsible for leading evidence based practice implementation, quality improvement, and program evaluation for the BeST Center in partnership with the BeST Center team. Support BeST Center consultants in building strong collaborations with administrative leadership, key stakeholders, and clinical supervisors at local community organizations for completion of organizational readiness assessments, data/outcome plans, outreach strategies, training/consultation, quality improvement/fidelity monitoring and sustainability plans. Conduct cost benefit analyses of evidence based practices using service utilization and outcome data. Foster strong team, departmental, university, and external collaborator partnerships. Work with BeST Center team and expert collaborators to author publications and deliver presentations on BeST Center practices. Manage contracts and contractual budgets and recommend resource allocations. Ensure compliance with institutional policies and procedures and contractual obligations. Serve on University Committees. An eligible candidate may be considered for a faculty appointment within the Department of Psychiatry.
PRINCIPAL FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Should total 100% Brief Detail of Responsibility % of Time 1) Lead evidence-based practice implementation, quality improvement, program evaluation, outcome reporting, and cost/benefit analyses of BeST Center practices. 45% 2) Develop, negotiate, and manage contracts and contractual budgets to support community practice implementation and ensure compliance with university and departmental policies and procedures. 20% 3) Support the development and updating of training and implementation materials and foster their professional growth and development. 15% 4) Author publications and deliver presentations in partnership with BeST Center team and expert collaborators on BeST Center program practices. 15% 6) Perform other duties as assigned 5%
QUALIFICATIONS: Education/Degrees: PhD or MA (with equivalent experience) in public health, psychology, social work, counseling or related field. Professional licensure in respective field.
Experience: Expertise in implementation, quality improvement, and evaluation of mental health evidence-based practices. Expertise with schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Program leadership and management experience (5-10 years required).
Key Skills, Knowledge and Personal Characteristics:
• Experienced manager with a commitment to and passion for the education, research and service missions of the University; • Exceptional ability to build and manage collaborative projects and teams; • Expertise in the implementation of evidence based, promising or best practices; • Expertise in schizophrenia spectrum disorders; • Ability to provide presentations to general public and stakeholders; • Understanding of public and private reimbursement system opportunities and challenges; • Expertise with quality improvement and outcome measurement approaches; • Expertise with data systems and software; • Experience with managing contracts and budgets; • High professional standards and integrity; • Commitment to excellence; • Demonstrated success in developing and sustaining effective relationships with internal and external constituents; • Excellent written and oral communication skills; • Highly developed analytical and organizational skills; • Excellent work ethic and high energy level; • Commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion; • Willing to travel as required
• Communication: Builds and maintains open, transparent and effective lines of communication, within and outside the University, to better serve team members and customers; appropriately tailors written and verbal messages to target audiences. • Business Acumen: Demonstrates a clear understanding of all areas affecting the University’s business (teaching, research, service) – customers (i.e., students, faculty, community), resources, educational trends, new advances – and uses skills in planning, prioritization, decision-making, and resource allocation to drive desired results. • People Management Establishes clear and focused expectations and accountabilities, coaches for success, shows managerial courage and champions talent development.
Must be able to utilize a phone, computer and screen and other office equipment. While performing the duties of the job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk; or hear and occasionally stand, walk, reach, stoop, or kneel. Must be able to occasionally lift up to 25 pounds.
The Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities (OACBHA), is looking to recruit and host a VISTA Member to coordinate a new statewide opiate project.
The OACBHA VISTA project is designed to help the association work with its member Boards across Ohio as we implement our opiate plan, “Addressing Ohio’s Opiate Epidemic: A Plan for Action” The Vista Member will help OACBHA leadership coordinate at a state level those associations and organizations representing community partners for the purpose of aligning policies and practices to avoid overlap and coordinate statewide interventions. The member will also help us develop and implement a larger VISTA Program that will be offered to Ohio’s local ADAMH Boards to help them work as the statutorily mandated “hub” for Ohio’s 88 Counties, by working with the newly established Opiate Standing Committee to:
• Educating state, county, and local policymakers, the Ohio General Assembly, and the community at large about the issues affecting individuals, families, and communities as a result of the opiate epidemic engulfing Ohio; • Understanding and helping boards implement statewide policies, funding, and programs directed at addressing the opiate epidemic; • Working to establish a common set of data to be collected in regards to programs and services directed toward addressing Ohio’s opiate epidemic; • Developing position statements, white papers, and/or policy papers; • Championing recovery by working to eliminate stigma and by sharing Recovery is Beautiful materials and messages. • Assist Boards with enhancements and technical assistance regarding opioid prevention (including overdose prevention and harm reduction), promotion, treatment, and recovery supports.
Should you have question, or need more information please call Cheri L. Walter at 614-224-1111.
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