Jobs at Sonoran Prevention Works

Harm Reduction Outreach Program Manager

1.0 FTE, exempt
Phoenix office
Negotiable salary with bonus potential

Reports to: Director of Programs
Supervision responsibilities: Harm Reduction Outreach Workers statewide; Contractors and Interns working on the HRO project
Travel: 10-20%
Compensation & benefits: The salary range for this position is $48-55,000. Sonoran Prevention Works offers benefits that include health, dental, and vision insurance, 3 weeks paid vacation, 1 week sick leave, company cell phone, mileage reimbursement, and some remote working opportunities.

The Sonoran Prevention Works Harm Reduction Outreach Program Manager(s) promote SPW’s Mission, Vision, and Values by overseeing and directing parts of the Harm Reduction Outreach (HRO) Program. They effectively plan and implement use of HROP resources (financial, personnel, and otherwise), develop and organize programmatic activities to ensure deliverables are met, evaluate impact, and redirect efforts when necessary.

Note: We will be hiring two individuals to fill two roles with this title. We are looking for two people who will complement each other well. To that end, if ANY part of this position description fits you, we encourage you to apply.

Program Oversight and Sustainability

  • Invests in and maintains relationships with key community partners and stakeholders
  • Participates in and attends relevant conferences and meetings
  • Ensures HRO program remains relevant, innovative, and impactful through monitoring, evaluation, and program development
  • Conducts trainings and consultation for outside organizations when needed
  • Responsible for programmatic deliverable tracking, auditing, and reporting to funders
  • Creates and adheres to program budgets with assistance from Deputy Director
  • Manages purchases and inventory related to HRO program
  • Oversees strategic planning for the HRO program
  • Works with Development Coordinator and Executive Director to identify new funding sources

Staff Supervision

  • Provides supervision to Harm Reduction Outreach Workers (HROWs) with regular meetings, performance management, professional development, activity monitoring and evaluation, and coordination with vendors and stakeholders
  • Identifies and coordinates professional development opportunities for HROWs
  • Approves and monitors HRO program staff purchases and reimbursements
  • Works with Deputy Director to recruit, hire, and onboard new staff
  • Ensures that HROWs are billing an appropriate number of hours
  • Provides oversight of Contractors to ensure activities, invoices, and data are aligned with program

Organizational Leadership

  • Ensures execution of the organization’s mission, vision, and values in all aspects of the HRO program
  • Stays up to date with research, trends, and field innovations and conveys information to HRO program staff and the leadership team
  • Presents at local and national conferences, representing SPW and the HRO program
  • Oversees regional office needs
  • Shares all-staff meeting planning and facilitation with the leadership team
  • Contribute to the development of the organization’s strategic goals and objectives
  • Provide leadership for equity, diversity, and inclusion, and participating in organizational racial equity initiatives
  • Ensures regional volunteer coordination

The PM will take on additional projects related to operations, and other tasks as requested.

  • 3+ years experience working in harm reduction, human rights, social justice, or a comparable field
  • Demonstrated committed to harm reduction philosophy and practices, racial and health equity, as well as working closely with communities made vulnerable by drug use and sex work
  • 2+ years of supervision experience with a facilitative and collaborative leadership style. Proven ability to work in a dynamic team and to flexibly share leadership.
  • Intermediate expertise in Microsoft Office, especially with Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook
  • Familiarity with program development and evaluation
  • Self-reliant team player with excellent judgment and creative problem-solving skills
  • Comfort with public speaking and presentations
  • Experience working with medical billing
  • Experience providing case management through a social service or governmental agency
  • Strong mentoring and coaching experience to a team with diverse levels of experience
  • Self-reliant team player with excellent judgment and creative problem-solving skills

People who use (or used to use) drugs, current or former sex workers, people of color, women, members from the LGBTQIA communities, those who have experienced housing insecurity, people who have received harm reduction services, and people living with HIV/AIDS and/or hepatitis C are strongly encouraged to apply.

Sonoran Prevention Works is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, people who are LGBTQI, and people who have personal experience with drug use, sex work, HIV, HCV, and incarceration are strongly encouraged to apply.

SPW does not discriminate in any of its activities or operations on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, drug-related criminal record, marital status, sexual orientation, HIV/AIDS status, substance use, or military status.