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State of Wyoming HSHP10-2024-00861-Substance Use and Tobacco Prevention Program Manager-Cheyenne in United States

HSHP10-2024-00861-Substance Use and Tobacco Prevention Program Manager-Cheyenne

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HSHP10-2024-00861-Substance Use and Tobacco Prevention Program Manager-Cheyenne


$6,171.35 - $6,857.05 Monthly


Cheyenne, WY

Job Type

Permanent Full-time

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Department Of Health

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Description and Functions

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The Wyoming Department of Health is seeking a Substance Use and Tobacco Prevention Program (SUTPP) Manager who will be responsible for managing the SUTPP within the Public Health Division. This program is responsible for statewide tobacco prevention and control and provides support in prevention efforts in the areas of underage drinking, adult overconsumption, and substance use. The SUTPP oversees the management, implementation, and monitoring of grants as well as assists the Department and outside stakeholders in developing, implementing, and evaluating substance use and tobacco prevention efforts across Wyoming.

Human Resource Contact: wdhrecruit@wyo.gov

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to describe every function which may be performed at the job level.

  • Manages all aspects of the Tobacco Prevention and Control Program by developing and administering policy, procedures, and programming initiatives.

  • Writes, coordinates, implements, and oversees grant and contract activities.

  • Directly supervises employees, including leadership development, guidance, and consultation.

  • Designs and executes program activities; formulates, recommends, and implements changes.

  • Prepares written and/or verbal reports on program performance.

  • Develops, manages, and administers a budget.

  • Interprets and assures compliance with federal and state laws, rules, and regulations as they pertain to the program area and grant guidance.

  • Collaborates with key stakeholders and builds strong working relationships.

  • Designs and presents professional presentations

  • Serves as a key liaison with key and federal stakeholders, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and other groups.



Preference will be given to a Bachelor's degree in business administration, education, psychology/social science or services, public health, public administration, or related field with 1-3 years of progressive work experience managing a health services program.


  • Knowledge of public health and prevention, including the application of the public health model, the design and implementation of evidence-based programs and best practices for substance use and tobacco prevention, and the use of data as applied to prevention and policy development.

  • Knowledge of the state system of contracting, budgeting, procurement, payments, and HIPAA compliance.

  • Knowledge of how to build and maintain partnerships among diverse coalitions and stakeholder groups at the state and community level.

  • Knowledge of public health core competencies.

  • Knowledge of substance use prevention, specifically in the areas of underage drinking, adult overconsumption, and licit and illicit drugs.

  • Knowledge of tobacco prevention and control.

  • Skilled in federal grant management, including application processes, reporting requirements, grant review requirements, and grant evaluation requirements.

  • Skilled in developing and implementing strategies for achieving environmental change at a system level.

  • Skilled in technical writing as applied to various media, including grant applications, reports, promotional materials, and presentations to a wide range of audiences.



Bachelor's Degree (typically in Healthcare)


1-2 years of progressive work experience (typically in Health Programs) with acquired knowledge at the level of a Health Program Specialist


Education & Experience Substitution:

4-6 years of progressive work experience (typically in Health Programs) with acquired knowledge at the level of a Health Program Specialist

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:


Necessary Special Requirements


  • Typically, the employee may sit comfortably to perform the work; however, there may be some walking, standing, bending, carrying light items, driving an automobile, etc.


  • FLSA: Exempt

  • The Wyoming Department of Health is an E-Verify (https://www.e-verify.gov/) employer.

Supplemental Information

048-Wyoming Department of Health - Public Health Division

Clickhere (https://ai.wyo.gov/divisions/human-resources/consultative-services/compensation/pay-tables-salary-averages) to view the State of Wyoming Classification and Pay Structure.


The State of Wyoming is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively supports the ADA and reasonably accommodates qualified applicants with disabilities.

Class Specifications are subject to change, please refer to the A & I HRD Website to ensure that you have the most recent version.

Working for the State of Wyoming provides employees with a range of valuable benefits and offers a fulfilling career path. Employees enjoy comprehensive healthcare coverage, including medical, dental, and vision plans, ensuring their well-being and that of their families. Additionally, the state offers multiple retirement plans, which provide financial security and stability for employees once their career in public services comes to an end. the state recognizes the importance of personal time and offers generous paid time off and flexible arrangements, allowing employees to recharge, take care of personal matters, and maintain a healthy work-life integration.

There are many benefits to living and working in Wyoming. Beautiful country with wide-open spaces, clean air, great recreational activities, and no State income tax to mention a few!

Click here (https://ai.wyo.gov/for-job-seekers) to learn more!