NADAP Prevention Specialist
gTANGIBLE is in the process of identifying candidates for the following position.
Requisition Type: Non-Contingent/Actively Open
Position Status: Opened Job Requisition on 30 Sep 19
Position Title: NADAP Prevention Specialist
This Specialist will support the Navy Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention program’s mission by assisting in developing reports, analyzing data, performing as point of contact for policy concurrence and revisions, disseminating pertinent information to the Fleet, interfacing with BUMED, implementing Navy-wide alcohol abuse prevention programs, conducting training sessions and seminars, managing alcohol waiver programs, assisting in the project management of alcohol prevention programs, and traveling to Navy locations both CONUS and OCONUS.
Locations: Millington, Tennessee
Security Clearance Level: NACI and Public Trust
Duties and Responsibilities
- Produce weekly and monthly reports on all substance abuse related issues. Monitors and verifies all follow-up contacts with Fleet Alcohol and Drug Control Officers (ADCOs) to ensure Fleet compliance with alcohol abuse prevention policies and procedures.
- Perform review of all Alcohol Drug Management Information Tracking System (ADMITS) statistics, facility files, staff identification and provide weekly and monthly report with trends and analysis of incidents to NADAP Deputy Director and Director for policy concurrence and/or revisions.
- Function as a point of contact (POC) for NADAP on Navy policy questions and concerns regarding substance abuse trends, policies, and challenges with Fleet implementation of program initiatives (provides policy, procedural assistance, and results of research/analysis).
- Function as NADAP POC for all Fleet Alcohol and Drug Control Officers (ADCOs) responding to all Fleet ADCO inquiries and providing resolution to all ADCO questions and concerns.
- Function as POC within NADAP for all Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) and NADAP functions to include data submission from all Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program (SARP) facilities. Prepare weekly and monthly reports to NADAP Branch Head with results of data analysis.
- Assist NADAP staff in developing and coordinating Navy-wide alcohol abuse prevention programs. Keep abreast of all current prevention trends, projects and evaluation information as basis for developing effective, innovative prevention programs which enhance Navy readiness.
- Research and write briefs, point papers and other written documents to support or explain the objectives of Navy’s alcohol abuse prevention programs. Conducts training sessions, seminars, training conferences, or make presentations to all levels of Navy personnel about NDSP and Navy alcohol abuse prevention programs.
- Provide policy assistance, technical assistance, and liaison in support of Alcohol Abuse Prevention Programs in the BUPERS claimancy.
- Manage alcohol waiver and treatment failure programs, researching ADMIT database and making a determination as to the disposition of each Sailor a waiver package is submitted on.
- Assist in the development of plans, objectives, and milestones for various projects, considering such factors as internal and external responsibilities and resources for project implementation and completion.
- Assist in the packaging and shipment of all materials in support of Fleet and Summit requests.
- Perform other administrative duties within NADAP and the scope of this order.
- Write, edit, and publish the Navy Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention (NADAP) E-Gram and manage dissemination; write and edit briefs, speeches, and other written materials.
- Ability to travel in performance of the position as much as 25% of the time.
Knowledge and Qualifications
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Minimum of five (5) years relevant experience in substance abuse policy and programs
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
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