The Ohio State University College of Public Health and OSU Extension seek to fill the position of Senior Program Manager for the University’s Response to the Opioid Crises. The successful candidate will be expected to coordinate the university efforts to address the opioid epidemic, both internally and across the state and facilitate and manage internal and statewide meetings. Cross-university collaboration will be critical. The successful candidate will also work to position The Ohio State University efforts in other communities around the state and help coordinate the process of vetting potential strategies which have been shown to have significant and lasting impact or that may need to be scaled. The individual will work to expand collaborations on Ohio's counties, monitor administration of opioid innovation grants, develop business models and proposals for funding of initiatives, and prepare reports and educational materials. This position is based in Columbus and will last up to three years with the potential of continuation based on available funding.
Master's degree in Public Health or equivalent education and/or experience; strong understanding of public health core functions and services, and experience in project management and administration; leadership skills and the ability to work in complex organizational structures such as universities and/or governments; excellent verbal/written skills and facilitation experience; knowledge of Microsoft Word, Power Point and Outlook; Excel.
Direct experience with opioid crises management.
Target Salary: $80,000.00 - $100,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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