13116 – Program Manager II (SUD & Gambling) job vacancy in Cascadia Health (Portland, OR 97206)

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Company name : Cascadia Health
Location : Portland, OR 97206
Position : 13116 – Program Manager II (SUD & Gambling)

Description :
This position is located at Plaza Health Center. The schedule is Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 :00 p.m.

The Program Manager II works as a member of an interdisciplinary team and is responsible for the program management and staff oversight of the Alcohol and Drug Treatment team and Gambling Addiction team at Cascadia’s health centers. This position will Oversee and support culturally specific services within the agency including: DUI, African American, Gambling, and DCJ. The Program Manager II supports the overall staff development as well as ensures the smooth operations of the programs.

All incumbents must understand, appreciate, and respect the diversity and cultural differences within our Cascadia community. It is expected that there is an awareness and sensitivity to the perspectives and perceptions to those we serve, as well as our colleagues. As Cascadia is Trauma informed, the incumbent must support a Trauma Informed Care Environment. With the high prevalence of trauma among individuals receiving behavioral health services, it is required that the incumbent understand the effects of trauma on health, coping, and other aspects of the lives of those we serve.

On the first of the month, following 60 days of employment, benefit eligible employees (20/hrs. or more per week) are able to enjoy affordable, low cost, medical, dental, and vision benefits. Additionally, Cascadia provides a generous paid time off package, volunteer time off, and more. Upon hire, you will complete paid training and then continue to train onsite in your new job. During the first week of training, you will learn about the agency, understanding those we serve, Trauma informed care, and other skills to prepare you for significant and meaningful work in the behavioral health field, whether you are providing clinical services or non-direct services. Click here to learn about the benefits we offer and more.

Essential Duties:

Directs the day-today clinical operations. Provides crisis planning and client intervention, addresses crisis situations, leads team meetings in the development of new work-flows, and provides staff resources.
Supports the overall program goals and objectives in Collaboration with both the Director and Sr. Director. Develops workflows, policies and procedures to support program and agency. Assess progress towards achieving goals and make revisions as necessary.
Provides clinical supervision to the SUD and Gambling team. Reviews assessments, client treatment plans, does chart audits, supports staff development, provides trainings, schedules and supports the goals of staff and program.
Develops and maintains strong relationships with program referents and serves as a spokesperson for community stakeholders. Will connect with child welfare, criminal justice, ADES (DUI referent), credentialing boards, and attends community events and meetings.
Oversees the treatment and clinical needs of clients and provides input into their treatment goals in collaboration with the Director, leadership, and with staff.
Coordinates and directs client admission and assessment process. Schedules admission interviews and ensure the completion of comprehensive assessment for each client.
Maintains knowledge of compliance, procedures, regulations and local and state laws under which the facility is licensed and operated. Reviews all applicable federal, state, and local government regulations, and internal policies and procedures.
Oversees the program budget and financial stability using Power BI, and is responsible for program purchases: Carries direct responsibility for program spending, attends budget meetings, and determines approval of write-offs.
Assure data collection and reporting requirements are met by the grant requirements. Prepares reports that reflect key data points for the Clinical Director of Addictions and Senior Director and other stakeholders as required or requested.
Determines staffing requirements, recruits, hire and trains staff. Establish work plans and priorities for staff members, assess their progress, and take corrective action as needed. Provides supervision and conducts performance reviews.
Oversee group treatment services, including development of curriculum, assignments of program staff, and scheduling of activities. This includes periodic evaluation of site group services, and arranging for training and service improvements.
Adhere to compliance, required laws and trainings, safety of property and staff, regulations, I.e. Mandatory abuse reporting laws and HIPPA, fire regulations
Participate in all scheduled staff meetings, supervision sessions, and other departmental and agency meetings.
Ensures that all documentation, including that of supervisees, is in compliance. Must document and maintain clinical records in a manner that assures compliance with all agency policy and procedures and local, state and federal regulations through use of Electronic Health Record System (EHR).
Complete all annul employee training requirements in order to understand how to conduct ethical work, for professional development, and stay in compliance
Assist in crisis situations as appropriate following emergency protocols and procedures
Perform other duties as assigned.


Must be credentialed as CADC II via Mental Health & Addiction Board of Oregon (MHACBO)
Management/supervisory experience preferred
Lived or work experience with marginalized communities is preferred
Experience with Gambling addictions is preferred
Advanced knowledge of culturally specific services
Knowledge of Trauma Informed Care, motivational interviewing and evidence based practices
Understanding of the Recovery Model and strength based philosophies
Knowledge of Microsoft office suite (I.e. Word, Excel, Power Point)
Basic Excel knowledge and able to prepare simple reports
Operate computer programs and systems at a level needed to perform the essential duties
Knowledge of ASAM level of care and DSM diagnose for SUD program
Knowledge of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Ability drive and pass a DMV check; possess a valid driver’s license, three-year driving history, and have a clean driving record is preferred. Must have reliable means of transportation for meetings and events out in the community essential to the role.

Working Conditions:

Environmental: Work is generally performed during standard business hours, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, in an office environment. Must be flexibility to work later hours as program cover requires.
Mental: Meal periods and breaks are subject to interruption. Regularly remaining aware and alert is critical to detect and address escalated, potentially volatile situations.
Physical Demands: Requires extensive periods of stationary time at a desk and use of keyboard, writing emails, entering data into various systems. Ability to move about the workspace and get to other sites. Requires constant verbal communication in communication with clients and staff and ability to perceive and identify client cues support clients. May be occasional use of stairs when out in the community or ability to lift 20-50 lbs. for movement of supplies between sites.

Cascadia is an Equal Opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at 503.963.7654 or at peopleandculture@cascadiabhc.org

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