*To apply visit www.careoregon.org/careers and search for Program Specialist - Substance Use Disorder System of Care (20675) in the careers portal and submit your application.*
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This position is responsible for working with the Substance Use Disorder (SUD) system of care across the youth and adult systems, which includes translating policies, procedures, contractual requirements, and clinical models into core operations within Columbia Pacific’s network of SUD providers. Additionally, this position is responsible for analyzing the SUD system of care, SUD service expansion, training, workforce development/support, providing system coordination, translating program requirements to practice, and leading implementation efforts — using an equity lens to address disparities within the SUD system. Columbia Pacific CCO is a local health plan that administers OHP benefits and is working to improve community health in Columbia, Clatsop, and Tillamook counties. This position acts as liaison between internal and external partners, contractors, and stakeholders to facilitate collaboration, consensus building, and ensure accountability. Work is performed under the direction of internal leaders, steering committees, and external partners. This position maintains reports, records, and documentation.
To see the full description please go to our website www.careoregon.org/careers - requisiton 20675
Minimum 3 years program specialist/coordinator experience in behavioral health and/or social services
Valid driver’s license, acceptable driving record, and automobile liability coverage or access to an insured vehicle
Experience working within a Medicaid managed care environment and/or working with vulnerable populations in community SUD settings
Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral health field with CADC II (or a Master’s degree in a behavioral health field with 2 years’ experience with Substance User Disorder/dual diagnosis work)