Problem Gambling Network of Ohio

Workforce Development Program Manager

 

To Apply
Submit resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to PGNO via email at Careers@PGNOhio.org. Submissions must be sent by March 22, 2022.

The Workforce Development Program Manager is a full-time employee of Problem Gambling Network of Ohio (PGNO) reporting to the Associate Director. Time will be allocated toward supporting the workforce development of Ohio’s gambling support service system by coordinating, designing, and delivering content.

Duties include: managing the Stages Training program, managing the Ohio Gambling Endorsement Support Services program, coordinating the Ohio Gambling Fellowship program(s), and assisting in the coordinating of the Ohio Problem Gambling Conference. This position will require engagement with the spectrum of the gambling service system, which includes those working in prevention, treatment, recovery, operators, and regulators.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Formulate, organize, and monitor inter-connected projects
  • Determine suitable strategies and objectives
  • Develop and control deadlines, budgets, and activities
  • Coordinate and schedule trainers/speakers and events
  • Work with the Communications and Engagement Coordinator to promote agency training and events
  • Provide technical assistance to gambling support professionals
  • Compose professional correspondence to key stakeholders, including letters and email
  • Oversee requirements for continuing education
  • Represent agency through participation in national, statewide, and regional associations and coalitions
  • Prepare reports for agency leadership and funders
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications:

  • Experience with event planning and management
  • Skilled in writing, editing, and proofreading
  • Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist, or willing to pursue certification
  • Bachelor’s degree

Desired Qualifications:

  • Understanding of grant writing and budgeting
  • Paid or volunteer experience working with non-profits
  • Master’s degree in public health, or social sciences (preferred)

Necessary Skills and Abilities:

  • Excellent analytical ability; must be able to collect, analyze, interpret and utilize data
  • Superior problem-solving skills
  • Ability to build consensus and facilitate collaboration, as well as the ability to build and sustain productive relationships with diverse individuals, groups, organizations, and communities
  • Thorough appreciation and acceptance of, and commitment to, diversity
  • Holistic perspective – ability to see the big picture
  • Professional demeanor and excellent communications skills: written, verbal and presentational
  • Ability to use sound judgment
  • Good management and interpersonal skills to coordinate workload and demonstrate dependability in meeting deadlines and coordinating tasks
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, and/or web browser software
  • Must be able to use technology, including computers, projectors, and software.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills; willingness to take charge
  • Self-driven
  • Knowledge and understanding of instructional design for adult learners
  • Ability to create, implement, and evaluate programs for audiences

Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • Paid time off
  • Paid holidays
  • Health insurance (health, dental, vision)
  • Retirement plan
  • Parental leave
  • Professional development assistance

Disclaimer:

The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications. PGNO is an equal opportunity employer. PGNO will provide opportunities for the development of problem gambling knowledge and experience.

Work Arrangement:

PGNO is currently in a hybrid work environment, where PGNO staff report in-person 50% and telework the remaining 50%.

Pre-Hiring Requirements:

The final candidate selected for this position will be required to complete a pre-employment drug screen and undergo a criminal background check, including a BCI/FBI fingerprint. Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude an applicant from consideration for a position. An individual assessment of an applicant’s prior criminal convictions will be made before excluding an applicant for consideration.

About Problem Gambling Network of Ohio:

Problem Gambling Network of Ohio (PGNO) is a statewide non-profit based in Columbus, Ohio with the goal of ensuring help is available for problem gamblers in a time of increasing types of legalized gambling. PGNO works with individuals and organizations involved in gambling activities that address problem gambling.

Learn More About PGNO:

To Apply

Submit resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to PGNO via email at Careers@PGNOhio.org. Submissions must be sent by March 22, 2022.

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