Project Manager – Family Services, Equity and Inclusion

    Partnership to End Addiction is a national nonprofit uniquely positioned to reach, engage and help families impacted by addiction. With decades of experience in research, direct service, communications and partnership-building, we provide families with personalized support and resources — while mobilizing policymakers, researchers and health care professionals to better address addiction systemically on a national scale. For more information, visit

    We seek a Project Manager to help our organization serve all families and address the specific needs of historically underserved populations.  The Project Manager is a vital member of the family services team and reports to the Director of Family Services Operations.

    As a full-time, grant-funded employee, you will be responsible for managing grant-specific projects that serve BIPOC, Spanish-speaking and LGBTQ+ families in New York State that seek to address and/or prevent substance use by their child (of any age), especially those who have limited income and/or meet the ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) definition for low income.

    This position is currently funded by the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation grant through December 2023.  Additional funding for this position through September 2024 is pending.  Duration of employment is limited to the duration of the grant(s).

     Responsibilities of the job include: 

    • Demonstrate and reflect the mission and values of the organization.
    • Proactively coordinate and collaborate with colleagues to fulfill mission and objectives of the job.
    • Identify and build meaningful connections with organizations that serve BIPOC, Spanish-speaking and LGBTQ+ families, as well as families from other minority or underserved populations
    • Lead community needs assessments to support acculturation of our services for specific communities / populations
      • Conduct literature reviews, surveys and focus groups/ listening sessions to identify substance-use related resource gaps and needs
      • Prepare summaries, and reports
      • Coordinate data collection, management, and analysis
    • Serve as project manager for the translation and acculturation of existing services and educational content
      • Work with our clinical service team to revise/ expand / improve our services to better serve BIPOC/ Spanish-speaking / LGBTQ+ / minority families
    • Supervise, coach, and advise our bilingual community outreach specialist
    • Manage related grants: track relevant metrics, analyze data, write grant reports and manage all aspects of the project lifecycle in order to meet grant deliverables
    • Manage relationships with outside consultants, as needed
    • Contribute to other projects as needed
    • Some travel required (up to 5% of the time)
    • Work under limited supervision, while exercising independent discretion and judgment to accomplish goals

    Required Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, public health, management, health care or social sciences or a related field plus 2+ years’ relevant, full-time work experience; Master’s Degree in above mentioned fields preferred;
    • Experience gathering, analyzing, and interpreting data and statistical reports related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB);
    • Experience working with and serving diverse populations;
    • 3+ years program/project management experience;
      • Experience in creating action plans with tangible, measurable outcomes/indicators;
      • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects and effectively complete projects with tight deadlines;
    • Demonstrated excellent organizational, communication and report writing skills;
    • Compassion and empathy for those impacted by substance use and addiction;
    • Fluency in written and spoken Spanish

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Experience in grant writing with proven success in acquisition of grants;
    • Experience with project management tools like Asana;
    • Experience analyzing DEIB data to implement meaningful actions with progressive outcomes;
    • Knowledge of substance use disorders and evidence-based treatments

    Starting Pay Range: 

    $60,000 – $75,000 annual salary prorated on start date, and based on relevant experience and qualifications.

    Partnership to End Addiction offers a competitive benefits package including health, life and disability insurance, defined contribution retirement plan, paid family and medical leave, gym subsidies and more to eligible employees.

    Note: We are working in a hybrid capacity.  The Project Manager will work in the New York City office at least one day per week.

    Partnership to End Addiction is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to building an inclusive work environment for the success of our employees and the fulfillment of our mission. Our goal is to be a diverse workforce, encompassing a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills, that is representative of the people and communities we aim to serve.

    Learn more about working at Partnership to End Addiction.

    Cover letter and resume should be emailed to

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