Job Details

Seeking Program Administrator, Drug & Alcohol, Anchorage AK

Company

Military-Civilian

Published

2021-11-19

Closes

 

Location

Anchoage, Alaska, United States

Category

Administrative, Medical - Healthcare - Nursing

Type

Full-time

Description

Program Administrator, Drug & Alcohol, Anchorage AK

Full Time   Travel

Job Title: Program Administrator, Drug & Alcohol for Anchorage, AK
Compensation and Hours
Minimum Salary: DOE
Maximum Salary: DOE
Type of Job: Full Time
Hours per Week: 40.0
Benefits: To be discussed
Anticipated Job Duration: Year Round
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Job Description

General Summary:
This position is responsible for the day-to-day administration of Beacon's client drug and alcohol programs. This position provides outstanding customer service through every customer and team interaction.  Responsibilities include initial account set up and client education, program development and maintenance, compliance monitoring, statistical reporting, resolving client complaints, clinic collection support, remote collection support and team and client training.  Occasional collaboration with clinical services team is required to meet client needs. 

This position is Anchorage based with occasional travel requirements throughout the state.

Essential Job Functions:

Collection Support
Program Administrator provides clinic and remote collection support for Beacon clients.  This includes performing urine, saliva, breath and hair collections in accordance with federal regulations, state statutes and client specific protocols.

Equipment and Supplies
Program Administrator provides assistance with drug and alcohol collection supply management and equipment maintenance and calibration.

Program Administration
Responsible for providing customer service, development of drug and alcohol testing programs, client education and compliance support and related reporting.  This includes federal and non-federal policy drafting, review and consulting, program compliance, high volume information management, statistical reporting and unofficial regulatory interpretations.

Training
This position requires the ability to deliver industry specific training curriculums to Beacon personnel and Beacon clients once proficiency has been verified by Department Lead and/or Clinical Services Director. 

Job Requirements - Education and Experience:
2-3 years of industry experience preferred.
2-3 years of professional experience preferred.
Four year college degree preferred but not required.
Intermediate proficiency with MS Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and aptitude for working within information managements systems. 
Verbal and written communication skills.
Physical demands and working conditions

This position requires:
Prolonged period of sitting for approximately 2-8 hours a day.
Prolonged periods of standing for approximately 2-8 hours a day.
Occasional lifting of 50lbs.
Occasional night and weekend work to accommodate client testing needs.
Occasional travel to remote location to facilitate client testing and/or training needs.

Offer contingent upon ability to pass a pre-employment physical, drug testing (federal panel), background check and motor vehicle report.

Required Job Qualifications
Are you willing to work with body fluids (urine, breath, saliva, etc) for the purpose of specimen collection and lab analysis?
Are you able to work overtime?
Do you possess a four year college degree?

Please apply online