The *Prevention Research and Surveillance Project Manager* participates in the substance use disorder (SUD) prevention evaluation and research support for programming and service delivery. This includes planning, coordinating, interpreting, and reporting findings of research that inform the development of programming for the behavioral health system. Ongoing projects include developing, monitoring, and reporting performance indicators; and developing, implementing, and improving methods for collecting and using relevant behavioral health data. The Prevention Research and Surveillance Project Manager supports policies and services for the Substance Use Disorder Prevention & Mental Health Promotion Section of the Division of Behavioral Health Recovery (DBHR).
The work location for this position is Olympia, WA. This position will report to the DBHR representative and section supervisor.