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H1501-Deans Office Nursing
Typical office environment.
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Essential Functions (Job Duties)
Reporting to the
Associate Professor, Social Work, the position will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Opioid Workforce Education Program
(OWEP) that provides healthcare and mental health internships, throughout the academic year, for advanced degree social work students,
graduate psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners students, medical residents, and graduate psychology interns. The position is
responsible for student recruitment and advising, application review and processing. The position will also assist in the planning,
development, and implementation of program and project activities.
Coordinate the day-to-day operations of the Opioid Workforce
Education Program (OWEP) grant program. First point of contact for students, faculty, and agency partners. Interpret program guidelines and
address any challenges or issues that may arise. Participate in the planning, development, and implementation of program and project
strategies and initiatives. Review and assess program and project needs and make recommendations for program improvements.
a liaison between the program and external grant agencies. Participate in the development of administrative and operational procedures to
ensure the attainment of recognized objectives are in conformance with University policies and procedures. Assist in the development of
program materials and any related information as needed. Supervise students.
Serve as a Placement Assistant and Faculty Field Liaison
for Master of Social Work students interested in the internship program. Recruit, interview and approve student internship into the
Coordinate student placement at appropriate agencies/facilities. Complete facility site visits twice a year to make sure
students are progressing and to address any issues. Communicate with local medical agencies and hospitals to coordinate new field placement
opportunities for interns.
Coordinate training partnerships with Michigan Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training
collaborative. Identify additional training needs. Recruit speakers and field instructors, as necessary. Plan training schedule. Plan and
facilitate new training as requested by agency partners. Coordinate and facilitate licensure preparation trainings for
Track and use program budget funds for supplies, grant activities, and training. Assist budget analyst with the creation of
budget reports submitted to the federal funding agencies. Document, analyze and submit materials for grant reporting. Develop quarterly
reports to submit to the grant funders at the Department of Health and Human Services. Respond to grant management inquiries.
and review student internship performance at field sites. Sign off on all assignments throughout the course of the year including final
grades from the internship program. Counsel, advise and implement corrective action for students who are not performing well in field
Compile and manage program records. Create and maintain database of student records. Collect data needed for completing the
Continuing Education Units application. Develop quarterly reports for the federal funding agency.
Performs other duties as
Education: Master’s degree
Experience Experienced (minimum 2 years of
Independent social work licensure at the independent master’s level, required. Requires master level
knowledge of social work practice and theory with the ability to teach and supervise.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
to be self-motivated and work independently. Ability to prioritize and plan work activities. Strong organizational skills and ability work
with established deadlines. Flexible and willing to adjust schedule for departmental needs. Must be an effective communicator, both written
and verbal, capable of communicating to both subordinates, peers, and management as required. Proficient in Microsoft Office. Demonstrated
ability to generate spreadsheets and manage databases.
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