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The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) combat stress recovery program is designed to provide ongoing support to wounded warriors dealing with invisible injuries through comprehensive assessment, planning, implementation, and the overall evaluation of the individual warrior’s needs. The overall goal of the combat stress recovery program manager is to manage the regional combat stress recovery program by developing mental health resources, referral networks, and supporting outreach to warriors living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and combat stress. The combat stress recovery program manager works collaboratively with the combat stress recovery program regional director to establish relationships and secure internal and external resources for warriors. Additionally, the combat stress recovery program manager is responsible for regional planning and oversight related to hiring, training, budgeting, and maintaining key performance indicators for the combat stress recovery program team.
Within the regional combat stress recovery program team, the combat stress recovery program manager will supervise the combat stress recovery program specialist and Project Odyssey® coordinator. The manager/ specialist/coordinator team is responsible for the planning, coordination, and execution of Project Odysseys. Project Odyssey is an outdoor experiential learning program that allows warriors to challenge themselves both physically and mentally while in a supportive environment. The combat stress recovery program manager will ensure that the team has the necessary resources to meet the program expectations. Additionally, the combat stress recovery program manager, in collaboration with the combat stress recovery program specialist, completes regular follow-up with Project Odyssey participants. The combat stress recovery program manager is expected to participate in a number of Project Odysseys.
The combat stress recovery program manager engages warriors living with combat stress and PTSD. This position serves to enhance the quality of a warrior’s life satisfaction, to promote goal setting, and encourage mental wellness. The combat stress recovery program manager will keep consistent contact and follow-up with warriors to ensure movement toward readjustment and life satisfaction goals. Routine assessments and measured goal setting will track a warrior’s progress.
Wounded Warrior Project’s (WWP) International Outreach Specialist is responsible for assisting the WWP Alumni program’s efforts to provide support, networking opportunities, and education to new and existing warriors and their families in Germany, at military treatment facilities (MTFs), at military installations, and in local communities. The Specialist acts as a liaison between WWP and medical support personnel and military commands, as well as with partner and third-party organizations. The Specialist provides WWP local oversight over WWP international operations, logistical support, and mission integration. This position requires current SOFA status.
The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Talk Specialist provides telephonic, short-term, goal-focused, non-clinical emotional support to wounded service members dealing with invisible injuries, and their caregivers and families, to improve their resilience and psychological well-being. The WWP Talk Specialist manages a weekly caseload of 40-50 participants, providing emotional support, goal-setting assistance, education, evaluating needs, and coordinating referrals to WWP programs and community mental health resources.
The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Project Management Office (PMO) Manager leads the organization’s project management team and oversees the portfolio of enterprise-level projects. The PMO Manager promotes the use of project management principles, tools, and best practices in the execution and management of enterprise-wide projects.
The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Warrior Complex Registration Analyst provides WWP program registration assistance to warriors with adverse information or risk factors requiring special review, research, investigation, and evaluation of their personal situations to determine eligibility for WWP programs and assistance.
The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Alumni Manager manages the WWP Alumni team and the outreach and engagement events and activities for an assigned local or regional area to connect, serve, and empower wounded service members and their families. The Alumni Manager serves as the designated local WWP community representative to develop relationships and partnerships and inspire support for WWP programs and services.
The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Social Media Specialist establishes relationships with WWP’s following using various online social platforms to communicate organizational priorities and trending topics, and to monitor and moderate online discussions on social medial platforms and blogs.
The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Business Applications Manager serves as a key member of the IT Leadership Team to help enable the mission of WWP by efficiently delivering innovative mission critical solutions and provide outstanding customer service to Finance, Purchasing and Accounting, Human Resources, Legal, Facilities, PMO and IT business partners. The Business Applications Manager partners with WWP business staff and vendors to resolve business issues in a timely and efficient manner. The manager leads a team responsible for implementing, administering, and improving technology applications for WWP business teams.
The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Systems Administrator implements, maintains, and administers the WWP on-premises and cloud infrastructure services. The Systems Administrator supports existing infrastructure and builds out future infrastructure services to enable the organization to scale and operate more efficiently.
The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Digital Content/SEO Specialist coordinates the design, development, and content of the WWP website, and ensures the website is continuously fully functioning to provide the best user experience.