Program Coordinator

CompDrug – Columbus, OH

CompDrug has an immediate opportunity for a Program Coordinator to work on a collaborative team. The Program Coordinator position is grant funded to support CompDrug’s work providing perinatal services to women who are diagnosed with an opioid use disorder. For more than 40 years, CompDrug has offered comprehensive services in prevention, intervention and treatment to those seeking help for their addictions and mental health issues. It is now the largest opioid treatment program in Ohio, offering medication-assisted treatment using FDA-approved medications. CompDrug’s more than 100 full-time employees provide drug testing, outpatient counseling for men and women and numerous prevention programs for youths and adults. 

Programs include: 

Anger Management services, and others. 

Prevention Services include:

Youth to Youth International, Pregnant Moms, Senior Sense, and HIV Early Intervention. 

Those services combined reach thousands of people every day and are instrumental in saving lives, preventing problems, and proving that treatment works. CompDrug has met the standard for high quality treatment and prevention services, winning several awards and gaining National Accreditation for its Opioid Treatment Program through CARF (Commission for Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities), beginning in 2002. Today, all of CompDrug's programs have achieved the highest level of accreditation awarded by CARF.  

CompDrug provides its employees with a collaborative, flexible and supportive environment where ideas and contributions are recognized and valued.  Employees are encouraged to develop and grow their skills through training, on the job learning experiences and problem solving.   

CompDrug provides a comprehensive benefit package, including medical, dental and vision coverage, student loan repayment, life insurance, maternity & paternity leave, disability, 403b and paid time off. 

Essential Duties:

  • Ensure grant deliverables are met.
  • Ensure that grant requirements and responsibilities are met and maintained.
  • Communicate and report data to OHMAS, OCTF, ADAMH, and any other funders.
  • Communicate and ensure accountability of grant partners.
  • Work with community partners, and serve as CompDrug’s primary point of contact for all perinatal work, for example Columbus Public Health.
  • Represent CompDrug in Perinatal local and state meetings in-person or virtually.
  • Host, and participate in, community partner meetings in-person or virtually.
  • Coordinate activities of internal team to assist in maximizing perinatal offerings at CompDrug.
  • Work with internal teams for carry out strategies that will increase the number of pregnant patients that CompDrug serves annually.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Regular and timely attendance.
  • Assist with the NPI process and establishment and maintenance of CAQH profile, if requested.
  • Assist with the credentialing process, if requested.
  • Participate in the annual BCI and FBI background check processes.
  • Maintain required professional licensure/credentials.

Requirements:

  • Successful grant and project coordination experience required.
  • Experience in pregnancy, behavioral health, and/or addiction is preferred.
  • Bachelors or Masters degree strongly preferred.
  • Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office products.
  • Excellent collaborative, communication and interpersonal skills.

Interested individuals may apply online by visiting: 

http://www.compdrug.com/about-us/ and clicking on careers. 

EEO-M/F/Disabled/Vets.  We are a drug free workplace.