Case Management/Social Services, Operations/Project Management, Program Management
According to the overall needs of the Organization, the Program Manager is responsible for leading and developing the Substance Abuse department-- including but not limited to--oversight of the Healthy Outcomes Through Treatment Empowerment and Recovery (HOTTER) Program. In addition, the Manager will lead the facilitation of the Holistic Health Recovery Program (HHRP) groups, conduct client surveys, provide appropriate community referrals, review client-screening results, and provide supervision of program staff.
Coordinate and manage operation of HOTTER at the Organization.
Manage operations of the HHRP intervention within the HOTTER program.
Coordinate, train, and manage the Behavioral Counselor, the Prevention and Outreach/Recruitment Specialist, the Lead Project Specialist and Interns working within the programs
Provide group and individual services to clients in the HOTTER program
Ensure program efficiency, availability, access, and outreach
Establish and maintain linkage agreements with client referral sources
Collaborate with the Director of Finance and Operations, providing administrative oversight of the department’s budget
Maintain required records, files, and forms in an organized manner and in accordance with State, Local, and Federal Guidelines
Participate in staff meetings and complete necessary trainings as determined by the Director of Client Services and grantors
Other related duties as assigned by the Director of Client Services
Master’s degree with clinical and administrative experience in Social Work, Psychology, or Public Health
Five years of related experience in substance abuse counseling or equivalent combination of education and experience
Program development and supervisory experience
Five years management experience
Minimum of 5 years working in the field of HIV/AIDS
Strong interpersonal, organizational, written, and verbal communication skills
Regular and predictable attendance are required and must be able to work extended hours, including weekends, early mornings, evenings, and holidays according to the demands of the role
Demonstrated cultural competence in working with youth, people of color and the LGBTQ community as well as experience and knowledge working with those living with and affected by HIV/AIDS
Understanding of HIV/AIDS, STD, TB, Drug, and Alcohol prevention related psychosocial issues
Excellent people skills and an upbeat and enthusiastic attitude
Strong interpersonal, organizational, and written and verbal communication skills
Ability to work independently with accountability; exercise sound judgment and discretion
The mission of TPAN is: Saving Lives and Empowering Those
Affected by HIV/AIDS and Related Illnesses.
TPAN is Chicago's premier agency devoted exclusively to HIV/AIDS related services. TPAN began in 1987 when a small group of HIV-positive people gathered together with a desire to share experiences, exchange information, and to provide and accept support from one another. Today, TPAN serves tho...usands of people each year through our HIV prevention and support service programs, and reaches more than 100,000 nationally through Positively Aware, our well-respected HIV treatment education magazine.