Job Details

Medical Operations Manager, Seaside Clinic

CODA Inc., Seaside, Oregon

Job - Health

Close Date: 04/22/2020


We are CODA. We are a not-for-profit, research-focused behavioral health agency and the oldest opioid-addiction treatment facility in Oregon. We help adult clients whose health and quality of life are compromised by alcohol, drugs and mental health challenges through compassionate, evidence-based care. Our comprehensive network of programs allow us to treat all forms of addiction at all levels of recovery through detoxification, residential, and outpatient care. We value our amazing employees and show it with excellent benefits, a supportive company culture and the opportunity to be part of a best-in-class research department.

Our positions are eligible for a generous benefits program including medical, dental, life, short and long term disability insurance, 401(k) with 4% employer matching, and up to 4 weeks paid time off in the first year. Employees also receive priority consideration for career advancement opportunities well as professional development training and support.

We have recently opened the doors to our brand new Seaside clinic, and are seeking to fill leadership positions to help support the sustained growth of the clinic and its contribution to the Oregon Coast communities we serve.

The CODA Seaside Clinic has a legacy built on a half century of hope and health.

CODA has served Greater Portland for 50 years, providing compassionate, evidence-based care for people whose life and health are challenged by alcohol, drugs and mental health conditions.

The Seaside community is welcoming this new location with enthusiasm, and has collaborated with CODA to bring about this important and needed addition to their vibrant home city.

The Seaside clinic is a state-of-the-art outpatient location designed to provide medication-assisted treatment (methadone, buprenorphine, long acting naltrexone) for adults with opiate use disorders. CODA is building a high-energy team of professionals dedicated to treating the individual, wiping out stigma, and helping to rebuild the health and lives of the people they serve.

The Medical Operations Manager is a registered nurse providing medication-assisted treatment for individuals with opiate use disorder under the supervision of a licensed medical professional. Works closely with Senior Director and Senior Program Manager, ensuring program outcomes are achieved in a manner consistent with CODA’s mission, standards, and treatment philosophy.

In this position, you would fulfill the following essential functions:

Program Management: Manage Opioid Treatment Program medical operations utilizing effective leadership that motivates, inspires, and supports staff to quality outcomes. Works with Clinical Manager and under the guidance of the Senior Director to ensure program outcomes and operational targets are achieved, service utilization is optimized, regulatory and agency standards are met, budgets are maintained, and program maintains financial viability. Management is data driven and focused on reviewing initial program operations in first 3 months of the new clinic. This individual will be responsible to track State Opioid Grant Requirements, specific to the Seaside site.

Supervision: Provide assertive clinical and administrative supervision for all nursing and medical support staff including; CMA’s, UA Techs, and Nurses. Works with Medical Director to provide support to Licensed Medical Practitioner(s). Ensures quality of services, championing and monitoring agency adopted evidence based practices and fidelity to supported methodology and protocols. Ensures staff receive sufficient training specific to course and treatment of substance use disorders, medication-assisted treatment, signs and symptoms of substance withdrawal, and principles of motivational enhancement. Ensures staff contributes to a recovery environment that is trauma informed and patient centered.

Team Leadership: Provide leadership to program team, ensuring team members work productivity as a team, have high staff morale, and realize connectivity to the agency and the agency mission. Maintain a cohesive, mission-driven team and continually develop the team to suit the needs of the program. Ensure staff work collaboratively to understand the community in which they are working, and are knowledgeable regarding local resources & community partnerships.

Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
•Registered Nurse in the State of Oregon
•Minimum of three (3) years of paid full-time experience as a Registered Nurse with one year experience in addiction health or mental health setting.
•Demonstrated competence in leadership, wellness, oversight and evaluation of services, staff development, development and implementation of policies and procedures.
•Ability to coordinate care across systems in order to support patient safety, retention and outcomes.
•Ability to coordinate care across systems in order to support patient safety, retention and outcomes.
•Valid Oregon or Washington Driver’s License.

All CODA facilities are drug-free and smoke-free worksites. Employees may not be serving any supervised parole or probation. Individuals in recovery must have a minimum of two years in recovery post-treatment to be considered for employment.

CODA is an equal opportunity employer with a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture.
All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.