Project Manager


Temporary Part-Time Project Manager to administer all operational, financial and personnel issues relating to a the ED-BRIDGE program. The Project Manager will work collaboratively with the California Bridge Program leading team members with specific focus on the ED-Bridge grant administered through the Andrew Levitt Center for Social Emergency Medicine. The Project Manager will manage the details of the project and with attention to specific deliverables as assigned in the grant scope of work. The Project Manager will have responsibility for providing programmatic leadership and management as well as support and guidance to individual Project Coordinators throughout California. Job duties combine project management, communications, and programmatic research and evaluation. Knowledge of Federal and State grant policies and procedures is critical.

This is a part-time contract position with an end date on April 15, 2019.


The ED-Bridge program supports emergency departments throughout California to develop and implement plans for 24/7 access to medication for addiction treatment for patients with substance use disorders. The program is primarily focused on the hospital setting where acute care can be sought out in order to reduce the risk associated with withdrawal and illicit substance use.


The Andrew Levitt Center for Social Emergency Medicine (“ALSCEM”) is an independent research and advocacy institute dedicated to the advancement of Social Emergency Medicine. ALSCEM leads the transformation of emergency care to elevate the importance of home, community and society.


Bachelor’s degree in related area or equivalent experience/training.

Two or more years proven experience with grant or program management.

Experience with technical/planning strategy and support for webinars, teleconferences, and conventions.

Ability to perform general maintenance of website, including loading documents, news and announcements, and calendar of events.

Demonstrated ability to conduct background research including literature reviews and synthesize material.

Demonstrated experience writing website content and newsletters.

Ability to work independently with limited supervision and to work as a team member in a hybrid (virtual and in-person) environment.

Ability to function in a fast-paced work setting, make simultaneous progress on multiple tasks, and meet deadlines.

Ability to analyze, think critically, and understand public policies that are relevant to health, equity, and sustainability.

Office management skills and proficiency in office applications and word processing tools: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint; Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides.


Experience working in a healthcare setting.

Understanding of links among health, equity, and sustainability.

Familiarity with MAT as evidence-based treatment for substance use disorders.

LOCATION: Oakland, California

SALARY: Commensurate with experience

SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO: opportunities@levittcenter.org