Job PositionProject Director
Job ID: #548
Program: Project Director
Location: Fall River, MA
SUMMARY: The Recovery Project Director works as an integral part of the Recover Project. The Recovery Project Director will perform, but is not limited to, the following duties: oversight of project, conduct supervision of assigned personnel, provide in-service training, manage fiscal budget, collaborate with community providers and project representatives to adhere to contract compliance. This position may require a flexible schedule including 1st and 2nd shifts. The Agency has the right to change shifts based on the needs of the organization.
- Conduct regularly scheduled staff meetings; in-service training and supervision with assigned personnel.
- Conduct confidential, quality assessments that are gender and culturally responsive and trauma informed.
- Perform direct peer services when necessary.
- Provide ongoing consultations and crisis intervention.
- Participate in program planning, development and other management functions.
- Ensures effective implementation and operations of the Project’s evidence-based practices, services, and interventions.
- Responsible for ongoing Project evaluation and achievement of goals and objectives.
- Responsible for the fiscal budget and electronic health record data.
- Develop system-linkages and referral processes with collaborative partners and other community-based providers.
- Attend, organize, and/or lead various outside meetings to coordinate and benefit Project services and achieve objectives.
- Attends relevant professional development conferences and make presentations to staff.
- Complete and submit programmatic and fiscal reports in compliance with funder(s).
- Ensure compliance, accuracy and quality of documentation.
- Ensures standards of confidentiality in handling records, collaboration with other providers, and internal communication.
- Ensure compliance with funder(s) requirements and regulatory and licensing standards.
- Constructively utilize formal and informal customer comments to evaluate and improve effectiveness in providing services.
- Ability to climb three flights of stairs to deal with emergencies.
- Ability to respond to emergency situations by placing calls to Fire, Rescue, Police, and Medical, etc.
The Recovery Project Director must perform each essential function satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. The qualifications listed below are representative of the knowledge/skill and/or ability required.
- Certification as a Recovery Coach (CARC), and Recovery Coach Supervisor.
- Peer Specialist certification preferred.
- Minimum of five years of related work experience providing services to those affected by substance use and mental health disorders and homelessness.
- Minimum of three years’ experience in leadership and management.
- Good working knowledge of computers, electronic health records and data collection.
- Requires valid driver’s license due to business-related travel at least 30% of the time