The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board for Montgomery County is seeking applicants for the following position:
|Job Title:||Training Program Coordinator|
|Reports To:||Director, Training|
Assess training and technical assistance needs of the behavioral health system and develop and/or organize workforce development opportunities to enhance the behavioral health profession in Montgomery County including obtaining continuing education, securing space, coordinating registration, providing logistical support, and maintaining all documentation for community trainings.
- Create and maintain agency alliances and act as a community liaison by creating positive working relationships with community leaders, partners, and other related organizations. Coordinate and work with appropriate stakeholder groups to ensure their investment in, and active participation on, relevant community initiatives.
- Provide leadership in strategic planning, establishing goals and objectives, developing logic models and action plans, evaluating and monitoring committee activities, and ensuring progress and advancement of community initiatives to address behavioral health needs in the community.
- Research, identify, recommend, and pursue local, state, and federal grant opportunities to increase overall behavioral health funding to develop and/or enhance services that meet the behavioral health needs of the community. Monitor local, state, and federal grants to ensure compliance with grant guidelines and accountability of services provided.
- Coordinate and work with organizations, school districts, criminal and juvenile justice systems, child welfare/child protection system, local and state agencies, to identify community behavioral health needs by conducting research, collecting data, and analyzing the behavioral health system in order to develop community solutions that address identified behavioral health needs and provide behavioral health expertise when and as needed.
- Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral health discipline required with a minimum of five years’ experience in community engagement.
- Must have experience working in the behavioral health field with exceptional administrative skills and experience coordinating programs/services that are community based.
- Preference will be given to an individual with mental health and addictions knowledge and/or experience in public administration.
- Experience in PC software to include Word and Excel is required. Grant writing experience is highly preferred, but not required.
- Interpersonal; written and oral communication; group facilitation and organizational skills; knowledge of human services administration, planning, funding and evaluation; ability to handle sensitive data; proficiency in handling multiple tasks; ability to deal with abstract and concrete variables.
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