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  • Excellent Pay and Generous Benefits including a Pension and Continuing Education Reimbursement
  • Excellent Team Oriented Culture
  • Free Gym for Employees

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Position Summary
The Ohana Community Programs and Partnerships Manager reports to the Ohana Director of Operations and is responsible for overseeing the prevention and mental health promotion programs that Ohana is developing. These programs will include educational and evidence based targeted prevention programs that can be delivered direct to youth, parents and families. It will also include training for adults in the community who interact with youth and families and can be integral to effective widespread prevention initiatives, such as teachers, coaches, after-school program staff, school nurses and faith leaders. The program manager should be experienced at managing a multidisciplinary team, primarily including masters level therapists, that is engaged in working directly with youth. They should also be comfortable in cultivating strategic partnerships with outside organizations that share Ohana’s mission, including public agencies, school systems, foundations, businesses and community organizations. They should be comfortable with providing written reports and verbal presentations. They should also be comfortable in collaborating with Ohana clinical leadership to develop new mental health promotion programming. Management and/or leadership experience in a youth mental health setting, educational setting or youth development setting is a plus. All team members at Ohana must demonstrate a commitment to continuous learning, innovation, quality of care and outcomes measurement, professionalism, and working collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team. Must have strong interpersonal and leadership skills, flexibility, cultural humility, curiosity and comfort prioritizing safety and quality of care.

Must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in a setting dedicated to children, adolescents or families. Must have at least 3 years of management experience within a behavioral healthcare, school or youth development setting. Leadership experience in one of these settings is a plus, as is experience with grant writing, program partnerships and collaborations and in health and mental health promotion.

Master’s degree in Education, Nursing, Social Work, Psychology, Marriage and Family therapy or Doctoral Degree in one of the above is preferred, but applications from candidates with bachelors degrees and with substantial relevant work experience will be considered.

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