Southern Illinois Healthcare


Posted Date 4 months ago(12/23/2019 3:07 PM)
Requisition ID
Job Locations
Management & Professional
Position Type
Full Time
Weekend Requirement
Weekends as required
Community Benefits


Responsible for coordinating the SUPPORT Program Grant, which is focused on substance use disorder services for individuals or groups. This is a grant-funded position that reports to the System Director of Community Health.  Grant is expected to last approximately 18 months.


      • Oversees State of Illinois Healthcare & Family Services SUPPORT Program grant.
      • Participates and coordinates the budgeting process for the SUPPORT grant.
      • Maintain regular communication with the grant funder and serve as their primary point of contact.
      • Evaluates the process, outcomes, and ROI of MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) and substance misuse prevention and counseling initiatives by utilizing a variety of measurement tools and EHR data.
      • Oversees the development, planning, management, and reporting process for SUPPORT grant funding.
      • Responsible to ensure the SUPPORT Project is being implemented in compliance with grant requirements, as well as established SIH policies and procedures.  
      • Responsible for reporting on project activities and for reporting all other operational and administrative issues.
      • Conducts surveys of physician needs related to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT).
      • Collaborates with physician and mid-levels to offer MAT training and to provide technical assistance and coordination opportunities.
      • Attends SIH and Community Coalition Pain Management Meetings related to opioid use.
      • Maintains all required records, reports, statistics, logs, files and other documents as required.Manages processes effectively in regard to employee/patient safety
      • Promotes a culture of process improvement by participating in unit/department based programs that supports the system’s process improvement goals.
      • Actively participates on system-wide or hospital-based teams as needed.
      • Manages processes effectively in regard to employee/patient safety. 




    • Bachelor’s degree in human services field such as Public Health, Mental Health/substance use disorders, Social Work, Education or related field


    Experience and Skills

    • Technical Experience: 3 years in program development and management in delivering human services, with a focus on substance use disorders and/or experience in administering programs and policies related to behavioral health services.
    • Administrative skills in data and survey collection
    • Performance management and grant implementation knowledge and experience required.




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