Phoenix House Project Manager in Arlington, Virginia

Duties and Responsibilities:

The Project Director will provide oversight of project activities, coordinate the different efforts of the project team members and serve as liaison with community providers. Specific duties will include:

 provide general oversight to the project,

 develop working relationships with local service providers who can refer individuals in need of the project services,

 serve as liaison with the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration,

 ensure coordination among different project staff,

 work with Director of Quality Improvement to ensure collection of GRPA data and serve as liaison with project evaluator.

 Ensure client confidentiality in accordance with all federal, state, and local laws and


Qualifications for Position:

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Counseling, Social Work or a related Human Services field. Experience in business development and social services required. Minimum 5 years’ experience in substance abuse/addiction treatment

preferred. Experience working with low-income patients/referrants preferred. Some experience

directing grant projects preferred.

Supervisory Relationships: The Project Director would have shared supervision from the Phoenix House Vice President Business Development (outreach activities), the Nurse Practitioner of the MAT program (for medical services) and the PHMA Director of Quality Improvement (for evaluation activities).

Skills and Knowledge Required:

Ability to coordinate a project team and ensure that project is on track to meet goals; familiarity with social service, medical and behavioral health providers in the target region; knowledge of substance abuse treatment and Medication Assisted Treatment in particular, strong verbal and written communication skills, leadership and organizational skills


Amount of travel required and any other special requirements:

Position will usually travel in the local area several times a month to develop referral and collaborative relationships with local

providers. Driver’s license and transportation required.

Hours per day or week: 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday

EOE Minorities / Females / Protected Veterans / Disabled