Healthy Transitions Project Director

The University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill , NC 27516

Posted 3 months ago

The Project Director (PD) a grant funded position manages the overall scope of work for the program. The PD will work closely with other NC DMH/ DD/SAS Healthy Transitions team members, contractors, and other stakeholders to ensure timeframes are met and outputs are delivered. The PD identifies implementation barriers as they arise and works with the state management team and local implementation teams to negotiate timely solutions.

*The position is likely to be stationed in western North Carolina. The PD will come to Raleigh (on a monthly basis) to meet face-to-face with the State Management Team. There will also be occasional out-of-state travel to training and conferences related to the grant.

  • Position requires a PhD in Social work, human services field (e.g. Psychology or Counseling), Public Health or related field of expertise; Or a Master's degree in one of the areas with 2-3 years experience.

    The position requires 3 years' experience working in behavioral health, public health, or related human service field with at least 2 years' experience of overall responsibility for project management, coordination, and implementation. Requires the candidate to be currently licensed in North Carolina LCSW, LCSWA, LCPC, LPCA, LP, LPA, LCAS or LCSA-A; or license eligible.
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