Project Manager

At Children’s Crisis Treatment Center (CCTC), we are dedicated to addressing the impact of adverse childhood experiences. We believe that despite tremendous challenges, children can heal from psychological injuries. We are looking for exceptional people to help build our team.

CCTC is seeking a full-time Project Manager.  This position will report to the Director of Best Practices and Strategic Initiatives and manage new and ongoing projects associated with CCTC’s mission, vision, and strategic plan.  The Project Manager’s primary responsibilities are to plan, coordinate, and facilitate the activities of designated projects to ensure that the goals and objectives of the project are met within the prescribed time frame, quality standards, and funding parameters. The Project Manager will collaborate closely with various project team members and external partners to manage each project.

Responsibilities Include;

  • Managing and coordinating projects from initiation to completion, including planning, execution, monitoring, transition, and closing phases
  • Developing detailed project plans, schedules, and budgets, and track progress against established timelines and milestones
  • Coordinating project resources, including team members, external partners, vendors, and contractors to ensure project objectives are met
  • Communicating effectively with stakeholders to provide project updates, address concerns, and manage expectations


Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Business, Project Management, Social Services, Public Health, or Public Administration.

Three to five years of project management experience including full life cycle projects.

Experience managing multiple projects and competing priorities while adhering to deadlines.

The ability to work effectively with diverse cultures including various level team members, those CCTC serves, other provider agencies, payers, and regulatory agencies.

Strong organizational and leadership skills that serve to support CCTC’s mission and vision.

COVID-19 vaccination required.