POSITION TITLE: NH Center for Excellence Prevention Program Manager. The PPM is responsible for leading and coordinating prevention consultation on the Center for Excellence project team. The PPM will work closely with NHDHHS and the regional prevention system to support alcohol and other drug misuse prevention efforts throughout NH.
SCOPE OF WORK: The NH Center for Excellence (the Center) Prevention Program Manager will be responsible for prevention program and administrative management of the Center, a statewide initiative of the New Hampshire Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services (BDAS) funded by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (NHDHHS), the Governor’s Commission on Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention, Intervention and Treatment and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. As related to the Center’s prevention scope of service, the Center’s Prevention Program Manager will:
- Serve as primary contact for BDAS and its prevention subcontractors.
- Attend contract review meetings and trainings as needed.
- In collaboration with the Center’s Management team, monitor progress in meeting goals of overall contract work plan and overall project for the Center’s prevention-related initiatives.
- In collaboration with BDAS, establish and monitor process and outcome evaluations of training and technical assistance (TA) delivery.
- Assist BDAS in promoting the Center’s services and resources.
- Work with the Center’s Project Director to compile and submit reports on the Center’s activities.
- Track prevention-related TA monthly and contributes to quarterly reports.
- Participate in state prevention team meetings, the Governor’s Commission Prevention Task Force and other prevention-related advisory committees, task forces and workgroups.
- Work with BDAS and prevention providers to establish and carry out TA functions for systems improvements and implementation of the Strategic Prevention Framework – including strategic planning, implementation science and evaluation.
- Provide other consultation, TA, and training.
EDUCATION: Master’s degree in human services, social work, public health, or a related field.
EXPERIENCE: Five or more years of significantly, progressively responsible positions in addiction services, best practice, evaluation, systems change, training, materials development, community relations, and/or organizational development. Familiarity with principles of evidence-based prevention approaches, technology transfer, evaluation, systems change, and data systems relative to prevention outcomes is preferred.
Some travel may be required.