Program Manager, Northern Shenandoah Valley Substance Abuse Coalition

NSVSAC (Northern Shenandoah Valley Substance Abuse Coalition) - 107153 Winchester, Virginia Full-Time

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  • Entity: Valley Health Corporate
  • Shift: Day

Who We Are

Valley Health System is a not-for-profit network of hospitals, urgent cares, physician practices, and services. Expanding across Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland, we are devoted to the health of all who call our 18-county area home.

A vital resource for healthcare, we are the region’s largest employer, a dependable community partner, and are at the leading edge of clinical innovations.

We are looking for passionate, innovative, and caring people who will each bring their unique skills and perspectives to our workplace.

What You Will Do:

The Program Manager is responsible for providing administrative, clerical and drug court program support to the Executive Director of the Northern Shenandoah Valley Substance Abuse Coalition. The Program Manager manages organizational budget and resources, grant writing, compiling statistical data, financial management and general bookkeeping.
Responsibilities and Duties
• Performs bookkeeping duties including entering and paying all vendor invoices, invoicing community partners, tracking all grant income and expenses, preparing financial and grant reports, assisting auditors during annual audit process.
• Managing current and future grants, including the monitoring of expenditures and providing documentation based on Program data to funding sources regarding the use of grant funds.
• Developing, implementing and administering the goals, objectives and procedures for the organizational programs. Ensuring adherence to program policies and procedures.
• Ensuring program effectiveness and success, creating interagency linkages to address clients’ ancillary needs in the areas of medical, housing, employment and vocational skills planning.
• Coordinating with governmental agencies, service providers and attorneys to provide services for the participants.
• Ensuring the expenditures meet the strict requirements of the grant.
• Preparing and submitting grant applications for further funding.
• Maintenance of Management Information System (MIS) database, including entering data and ensuring accuracy, creating and disseminating necessary reports and training staff members on the use of the database.
• Attending and participating in Drug Court hearings, leading and participating in status hearings, staffing, and related activities.
• Arranging for necessary accommodations to be provided during the hearings for participants with special needs.
• Researching, analyzing and evaluating best practices for organizational programs. Administers program budgets and identifies additional sources of funding for the programs.
• Coordinating all training and training-related travel for organizational staff.
• Providing community outreach and delivering presentations to community stakeholders as well as the public regarding the organizational programs.
• Works with NSVSAC team to increase programming for addiction in the community by attending and facilitating program development meetings, updating social media and website content, working with individuals and/or families who are seeking services, and serving as a recovery agent by providing and advocating for effective recovery-based services.
• Other duties as assigned and needed; not an exhaustive list:
maintaining filing system, data entry, ordering office supplies, arranging travel schedules and reservations, supporting community engagement efforts and events.

What You Will Bring:


Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance/Accounting or a related field degree. Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the education requirement on a year-for-year basis.

Prior financial and bookkeeping experience preferred.
Prior experience in grant writing and grant administration preferred.
Prior Drug Court or Criminal Justice experience helpful.

The successful candidate will possess excellent communications skill; strong organizational and analytical skills; grant writing experience; clinical experience; financial background, office/clerical administration, established contacts and relationships with local community resources for housing, jobs, job training, education, mental health and substance abuse treatment.

What You Will Get:

At Valley Health, we believe everyone is a caregiver, and our goal is to create an environment where our caregivers thrive physically, financially, and emotionally. In addition to a competitive salary, our most popular benefits for full-time employees include:
• A Zero-Deductible Health Plan
• Dental and vision insurance
• Generous Paid Time Off
• Tuition Assistance
• Retirement Savings Match
• A Robust Employee Assistance Program to help with many aspects of emotional wellbeing
• Membership to Healthy U: An Incentive-Based Wellness Program

Valley Health also offers a health savings account & flexible spending account for childcare, life insurance, short-term and long-term disability, and professional development. In addition, several perks come with working for the largest employer in the region, such as discounts to on-campus dining, and more.

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We are neighbors caring for neighbors, and our goal is always to help those we serve get well, feel well, and stay well.


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