YWCA Madison is hiring for multiple positions
within our agency. Please visit our website
to view application deadlines and for information
on: open position descriptions, compensation
package, salary range & application links.
Candidates should support YWCA’s mission: to
eliminate racism and to empower women, as well
as demonstrate multi-cultural competency & the
ability to work with diverse populations. People
of color & individuals bilingual/bi-cultural
English/Spanish encouraged to apply.
Program Coordinator – Substance Use Disorder Treatment
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), Division of Care and Treatment Services
(DCTS) is recruiting to fill two Human Services Program Coordinator-Senior (HSPC-Sr.) positions,
also known as the Substance Use Harm Reduction and Treatment Coordinator and the Women's
Substance Use Disorder Treatment Coordinator in Madison, WI.
State of Wisconsin benefits include almost 4 weeks of vacation, 9 paid holidays, ample sick time,
low cost insurance options starting after two months of state service, and an exceptional retirement
Both positions will serve as Substance Use Disorder (SUD) subject matter experts and are
responsible for contract administration, provision of technical assistance and training, and
research and promotion of evidence based practices. These positions will also perform formal and
informal training, facilitate workgroups, and coordinate large and complex projects.
Minimally qualified applicants will have:
• Experience with evidence based or best practice in SUD assessments and service planning.
• Experience performing assessments, case management, and treatment services with individuals
with SUD in a human services or social services program.
• Experience providing training or technical assistance to ensure goals and objectives are met in a
human services or social services program.
• Effective oral and written communication skills.
• Ability to work well with others and as part of a team.
Well-qualified applicants will have:
• Experience with contract administration or oversight, including tasks such as monitoring
performance and compliance, providing input on contract details, coordinating with stakeholders,
• Experience performing harm reduction or women's specific SUD treatment.
• Experience leading, coordinating or overseeing programs or projects; including performing tasks
such as tracking and monitoring project timelines, delegating tasks, and drafting and presenting
project updates to management, etc.
• Experience researching and interpreting federal and state regulations and developing policies and
procedures that comply with the regulations.
How to Apply:
To apply for this position please visit wisc.jobs and search job announcement code 21-00427. A
resume and letter of qualification is required in order to be considered. Online applications will be
accepted until March 1st, 2021.
|The Department of Health Services is an Equal
Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer seeking a
diverse and talented workforce.
Veterans are encouraged to apply.