Positions in the School of Social Work

Project Manager

The Center for Practice Transformation is hiring a Project Manager! (Administrative Associate 3; 8208A3)

This full-time, 12 month, position is fully funded by external sales and sponsored funds.

The Project Manager provides collaborative leadership with the Director to support CPT’s effort to fulfill its mission as a Center of Excellence, focusing on its vision to support practitioners to provide exceptional care to individuals experiencing behavioral health disorders. This position manages the preparation and implementation of project deliverables across CPT; monitoring budgets and outcomes; developing and maintaining strong administrative liaisons with all clients; developing and monitoring operating policies and protocols and workflow processes; creating and maintaining strong vendor relationships; and supervising the Center’s administrative assistant.

The Project Manager is an integral member of the Center’s leadership team collecting and responding to ideas, concerns and suggestions from administrative and professional staff. They are expected to anticipate and resolve problems independently, seeking guidance as needed. The position reports to the Director of the Center for Practice Transformation.

Salary range for this position is $61,000-$67,000 depending on qualifications.

How to apply

Please share this job announcement with your network! Questions about the position can be directed to Julie Rohovit rohov001@umn.edu, Director of the Center for Practice Transformation. Thanks!

Education Program Specialist

The Curriculum Developer (Education Program Specialist 1, 9745S1) is a 100% FTE University employee positioned in the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare (CASCW) at the School of Social Work. CASCW has joined the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) in a joint project to co-create and operate the Minnesota Child Welfare Training Academy (MNCWTA).

The Curriculum Developer serves as a critical member of the integrated teams of DHS and the University. This position is responsible for executing the strategic direction of development, implementation and maintenance of evolving curriculum and measures of competency for the Training Academy. The Curriculum Developer will liaise with subject matter experts and other Academy staff on curriculum revision, design and development. This position will support the establishment and ongoing operations of the new Minnesota Child Welfare Training Academy.

This position will report to the Curriculum Supervisor and will be located off campus at the Minnesota Child Welfare Training Academy, which is two miles north of the St. Paul Campus.

How to apply

Please share this job announcement with your network! Questions about the position can be directed to Lolita Johnson howa0052@umn.edu, Curriculum Supervisor. Thanks!