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505041110/13/201710/13/201711/13/2017Chief Program Officer - Community ServicesJob Purpose: The CPO will serve as a member of the Executive Team and will develop and drive strategic initiatives related to clinical care, behavioral health, and community partnerships. This position is also responsible for providing leadership and oversight to all programs within the Community Services area. CPO Responsibilities: • Responsible for programs within Community Services, which include Treatment Foster Care, Integrated Community Services, Care Coordination, Functional Family Therapy, and Independent Living Services. Set expectations, evaluate, mentor and hold accountable all direct reports, review structure and staffing to ensure efficient delivery of exceptional service. Ensure program goals and contract outcomes are met or exceeded. • Develop and manage multiple program budgets, monitoring for compliance with established procedures and ensuring that financial goals are achieved • Research business development and grant opportunities to support existing programs and/or to create innovative new services or partnerships. Help develop diversified funding streams, including Medicaid, Insurance and fee-for-service contracts. • Provide leadership for the improvement and enhancement of service delivery and systems. Integrate best practice, innovation strategies and sector trends into work of the agency • Develop and maintain effective and collaborative relationships with state, county and community organizations and other stakeholders in the interest of clients and agency goals • Develop and drive strategic initiatives related to clinical care and behavioral health • Explore opportunities to drive growth through strategic acquisitions and/or mergers • Actively participate in external committees/groups to influence quality program practices and keep abreast of legislative changes that may impact our clients or agency • Promote the agency’s best practices regarding Trauma Informed Care. Qualification Requirements: • Minimum 10 years’ experience in healthcare, behavioral health or social services • At least 5 years’ supervision experience • Master’s degree in a related field • Hold a LPC, LCSW, or LMFT license • Exceptional interpersonal, supervisory, and communication skills • Preferred: experience working with insurance companies and clinical billing • Preferred: experience with mergers and acquisitions. Position Details: • Full-Time • Reports directly to Executive Vice President • Valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record, and meet agency insurance requirements. Organizational Information: SaintA is a Wisconsin provider of family centered care and educational services. SaintA has an acute focus on trauma informed care (TIC), which is a philosophy and practice that acknowledges the profound effects of trauma on the developing brain. Together with our families, SaintA works to recognize the neurobiological effects of trauma and address them with evidence-informed care, leading to healing, resiliency, and the ability to live stable, successful lives. SaintA provides a rich continuum of services, including: Child Welfare and Foster Care, Support for youth who have aged out of care, Care Coordination and Wraparound services, Mental health therapy and supports such as Family Preservation, Caregiver Support, Functional Family Therapy and Parent Assistance & Advocacy, Professional education and clinical consultation (for organizations, schools, and individual/family).Interested parties please submit a cover letter and resume online. Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. *Equal Employment Opportunity: Minority/Female/Handicapped/Veteran* • For more information, visit our website at http://www.sainta.org/Milwaukee, WISaintAhttps://www.milwaukeejobs.com/apply/add/282243195050411
505041110/12/201710/12/201710/12/2017Chief Program Officer - Community ServicesJob Purpose: The CPO will serve as a member of the Executive Team and will develop and drive strategic initiatives related to clinical care, behavioral health, and community partnerships. This position is also responsible for providing leadership and oversight to all programs within the Community Services area. Duties: • Responsible for programs within Community Services, which include Treatment Foster Care, Integrated Community Services, Care Coordination, Functional Family Therapy, and Independent Living Services. Set expectations, evaluate, mentor and hold accountable all direct reports, review structure and staffing to ensure efficient delivery of exceptional service. Ensure program goals and contract outcomes are met or exceeded. • Develop and manage multiple program budgets, monitoring for compliance with established procedures and ensuring that financial goals are achieved • Research business development and grant opportunities to support existing programs and/or to create innovative new services or partnerships. Help develop diversified funding streams, including Medicaid, Insurance and fee-for-service contracts. • Provide leadership for the improvement and enhancement of service delivery and systems. Integrate best practice, innovation strategies and sector trends into work of the agency • Develop and maintain effective and collaborative relationships with state, county and community organizations and other stakeholders in the interest of clients and agency goals • Develop and drive strategic initiatives related to clinical care and behavioral health • Explore opportunities to drive growth through strategic acquisitions and/or mergers • Actively participate in external committees/groups to influence quality program practices and keep abreast of legislative changes that may impact our clients or agency • Promote the agency’s best practices regarding Trauma Informed Care. Qualifications: • Minimum 10 years’ experience in healthcare, behavioral health or social services • At least 5 years’ supervision experience • Master’s degree in a related field • Hold a LPC, LCSW, or LMFT license • Exceptional interpersonal, supervisory, and communication skills • Preferred: experience working with insurance companies and clinical billing • Preferred: experience with mergers and acquisitions. Position Details: Full-Time. Reports directly to Executive Vice President. Valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record, and meet agency insurance requirements. Organizational Information: SaintA is a Wisconsin provider of family centered care and educational services. SaintA has an acute focus on trauma informed care (TIC), which is a philosophy and practice that acknowledges the profound effects of trauma on the developing brain. Together with our families, SaintA works to recognize the neurobiological effects of trauma and address them with evidence-informed care, leading to healing, resiliency, and the ability to live stable, successful lives. SaintA provides a rich continuum of services, including: • Child Welfare and Foster Care • Support for youth who have aged out of care • Care Coordination and Wraparound services • Mental health therapy and supports such as Family Preservation, Caregiver Support, Functional Family Therapy and Parent Assistance & Advocacy • Professional education and clinical consultation (for organizations, schools, and individual/family). For more information, visit our website at www.sainta.org.Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume online. Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Equal Employment Opportunity: Minority/Female/Handicapped/VeteranMilwaukee, WISaintAhttps://www.milwaukeejobs.com/apply/add/282243195050411
503258810/4/201710/4/201712/31/2017Chief Executive OfficerGeorge Junior Republic has a long history of providing solid programming for youth. Since 1909, youth have been provided a life-changing opportunity to establish skills, understand areas of intellectual strengths, and move toward a successful future. Youth previously believed to have a hopeless future have found hope and established a vision of success based on the treatment, academic, career, and technical skills they are taught at George Junior Republic. Annually more than 3,000 youth and families are served at the residential campus in Grove City, Pennsylvania, or through community-based services located in multiple states and counties. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for leadership, direction, and coordination of all activities related to George Junior Republic, including: George Junior Republic, George Junior Republic in Pennsylvania, George Junior Republic in Indiana, George Junior Republic Realty, Preventative Aftercare, Inc., and Republic Risk Retention Group. The CEO will develop and administer all programs and policies for each entity in accordance with its stated purpose within the guidelines established by the Board of Directors. The CEO will provide leadership that will set a standard of professional excellence to manage and guide George Junior Republic and Affiliates in fulfilling the mission, vision, philosophy, values, and purpose of the organization. Qualified candidates will have a minimum of ten (10) years of progressively responsible senior management experience with prior nonprofit experience and management of a complex, multi-site organization preferred. The successful candidate will have an appreciation and passion for the mission of George Junior Republic and the youth it serves. Must have experience in organizational development, personnel management, budget and resource development, and strategic planning. Demonstrated success developing and monitoring systems to manage both operational and programmatic work involving high levels of collaboration is essential. She/he must have proven success in an externally-facing leadership role. The CEO should have an entrepreneurial spirit, be willing to listen to novel ideas, take risks, and effectively collaborate with the George Junior Republic community. Must be a strategic and innovative leader with exceptional planning, problem solving, and time-management skills. A Master's degree in business, management or social work required. Must be willing and able to travel and work nights and weekends as needed. For a complete position description, listing of qualifications and additional information on George Junior Republic, visit www.lambertassoc.com.Qualified candidates may send resume and salary history to: Catharine McGeever Lambert & Associates 222 S Manoa Road, Suite 201 Havertown, PA 19083 cfmcgeever@lambertassoc.comGrove City, PennsylvaniaGeorge Junior Republicwww.lambertassoc.com5032588
503871610/4/201710/4/201712/4/2017Chief Executive OfficerChildren’s Village (Yakima, WA) is in search of a dynamic, energetic, and visionary Chief Executive Officer to help propel the mission of the organization forward and further establish it as a vibrant community partner. The CEO opportunity with Children’s Village is an exciting challenge for an entrepreneurial and visionary leader to further establish and build the Village. What started as cooperation, then collaboration, now needs to be holistically integrated as the Village becomes an independent and substantial force in the region serving children with special health care needs and their families. The founding partners are looking to this leader to guide and implement a strategic planning process, serve as the chief external face of the Village as it establishes itself and its identity in the heart of greater Washington, and continue to serve families and children as if each were the only patient. The first CEO will bring a genuine commitment to the community coupled with experienced leadership and an executive level skill set. The ideal candidate will have effective relationship-building and interpersonal skills, prior experience in Board leadership and development, background in working with grant making entities, best practices in institutional management, and a strong financial acumen. The CEO also ensures engagement and prioritization with staff, community, donors, and Trustee Partners, as well as engaging community in support of Children’s Village and involvement in the creation of a fund development plan. Immersion in the Yakima community will be vital to the success of the CEO. Previous experience with start-up organizations would be ideal, as would experience in the healthcare industry. This position offers a competitive salary with robust benefits. Relocation assistance will be provided based on circumstances and will be a part of discussions with the final candidate. Our mission celebrates diversity. We are committed to equal opportunity employment.To apply, candidates should submit their cover letter and resume and complete the online application at https://alfordexecutivesearch.applicantstack.com/x/openings. ALL INQUIRIES WILL BE HELD IN STRICT CONFIDENCE. No applications will be accepted via email. This search is being managed by Laura Weinman, Assistant Vice President, and Heather A. Eddy, President and CEO of Alford Executive Search. Questions may be addressed to Laura Weinman at lweinman@alfordexecutivesearch.com. Alford Executive Search, a division of KEES, is a retained search firm dedicated to building transformative teams and leaders in the nonprofit and public sectors. Children’s Village provides over 30 different services to children with special health care needs and their families. There are medical specialty clinics, development evaluations, dental services, occupational and speech therapy, mental health counseling, nurse home visiting programs, education services, care resource coordinators and physical therapy. The list goes on. In partnership with parents and caregivers, the Children’s Village team celebrates where each child is today and works towards who they can become by providing a comprehensive model of care.Yakima, WAChildren's Villagehttps://alfordexecutivesearch.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2713pbzycbc5038716
50573389/26/20179/26/201711/30/2017Vice President of AdvancementJob Title: Vice President of Advancement Normal Working Hours: 8:30am to 5:30pm Monday through Friday, and as needed Reports To: President/CEO Direct Reports: Director of Development, Director of Digital Marketing Essential Tasks, Duties, and Responsibilities: • Responsible for fundraising including, but not limited to managing annual capital and planned giving, fundraising activities, design and implementation of activities outside of Wayne County, and researching, evaluating, classifying, and cultivating prospective major donors. Make contact with various corporations to stimulate both corporate gifts and gifts in kind. (50% Importance Rating/50% of Time Spent) • Responsible for oversight and supervision of publications, communication channels with various parties both internal and external to The Village Network. Develop and implement an annual comprehensive Communication Plan to ensure that our key internal and external audiences receive accurate information about the Village and its mission. Engage in public speaking, assisting with Public Relations; serve as the official spokesperson for The Village Network in the event of a Public Relations crisis; speak to a variety of groups on an as needed basis (Fraternal Order of Eagles, AARP, etc.); work with President/CEO, Director of Development, and Regional Directors as a liaison to create a network of contacts and prospects in all of the communities that we serve. (20% Importance Rating/15% of Time Spent) • Responsible for oversight and supervision of volunteer coordination at The Village Network. Activities include, but are not limited to seeking out individuals, training new volunteers, and maintaining/creating training materials. (5% Importance Rating/5% of Time Spent) • Responsible for oversight and supervision of grant writing. Research and assess private foundations, implement an education and cultivation plan for each foundation, prepare proposals, and follow up on information requests. (5% Importance Rating/10% of Time Spent) • Creates annual operating plans for each special event and oversees planning process. (5% Importance Rating/5% of Time Spent) • Prepare and administer the Advancement and Marketing Department budgets. (5% Importance Rating/5% of Time Spent) • Serves as leader of Fundraising KRA for Strategic Plan and ensures goals are met. (5% Importance Rating/5% of Time Spent) • Responsible for hiring department personnel and building positive relationships with staff and fostering a departmental professional comradery. Also responsible for development, mentoring, and coaching of staff members as needed. (5% Importance Rating/5% of Time Spent) • Serve on the Executive Leadership Team and is present at all meetings of said team. • Perform other duties as required. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: • Ability to use a computer; expertise in Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Raisers Edge Fundraising Software. • Masters Degree in Public Administration, Fundraising or Communications. • Highly developed reading comprehension skills to synthesize professional-related journals, proposals, press releases, and employment applications. • Frequent travel amongst the different Village Network sites is necessary. Valid Ohio Driver’s License and a driving record that allows the individual to be covered by The Village Network’s insurance provider. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, developed research skills, sufficient planning, teamwork, and organizational skills. Evaluation is based on performance as well as ability to meet financial objectives. • At least 3-5 years supervisory experience.Please visit the ‘Careers’ page on our website www.thevillagenetwork.org to submit your application and resume!Wooster, OHThe Village Networkhttp://thevillagenetwork.org/careers/5057338
50387169/22/20179/22/201711/22/2017President & Chief Executive OfficerSt. Anne’s seeks a charismatic business-oriented leader to serve as its next President & CEO. Founded in 1908 as a safe refuge for unwed, pregnant young women, and sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart since 1941, St. Anne’s began focusing on pregnant and parenting girls from the foster care and juvenile probation systems and their young children in 1992. In 2003, St. Anne’s started offering high-quality, comprehensive family services and mental health care to struggling families in its community. In 2005, St. Anne’s opened the Transitional Housing Program for recently emancipated pregnant and parenting foster youth and launched its first Early Learning Center for low-income children ages 0 to 5. Five more Early Learning Centers were added in 2014. Today, the organization is a highly regarded social service agency with a particular expertise in meeting the needs of at-risk pregnant or parenting young women and their children. St. Anne’s will open permanent supportive housing for young women from its programs and other homeless families from the community later this year. The problems faced by St. Anne’s client families are complex, interrelated, and overwhelming. Because its mission is to break that generational cycle of crisis, St. Anne’s offers a broad range of services unified by the needs of its client families. For more information, please visit www.stannes.org. Reporting to the Board of Directors and the Corporate Sponsors, the President & CEO is responsible for planning, implementing, supervising, and assessing St. Anne’s operations in support of its mission, vision and strategic plan. St. Anne’s has an annual operating budget of approximately $25 million and a staff of 300 employees. The President & CEO is expected to define and articulate the strategic direction of St. Anne’s consistent with its vision, mission and culture. Furthermore, the President & CEO will provide oversight of all operational functions of the organization, including program development, financial management, community relations, fund development, human resource management, volunteer leadership, facilities management, and infrastructure growth. The leading candidates will have a good understanding of the child welfare arena and will also come with strong business acumen. Candidates should have a demonstrated knowledge of fund development and have experience working with a variety of funding sources including government agencies, foundations, and individual donors. As the leader of a Catholic enterprise, the CEO must be comfortable with and ideally have an understanding of Roman Catholic traditions. The ideal candidate will have experience at the executive level at a large, complex human service agency or other nonprofit organization. Candidates should have a minimum of ten years of senior leadership experience in the development of human service programs, administration of grant and contract funded programs, and fund development. Experience working with county and state funding agencies would be beneficial. While experience in California is preferred, candidates with appropriate experience in other states area also encouraged to apply. A bachelor’s degree is required; an advanced degree is preferred.St. Anne’s has retained Morris & Berger to conduct the President & CEO search. To apply and to review the full position description, please submit application, including resume and a letter of interest, in confidence to Morris & Berger through their website: www.morrisberger.com/currentsearches/stannes.Los Angeles, CASt. Anne'shttp://www.morrisberger.com/currentsearches/stannes5038716
50387169/15/20179/15/201710/12/2017Hospital Administrator/ Child & Adolescent Treatment AdministratorJob Class: Residential Program Services Manager Senior Closing Date: 10/11/2017 Salary Range: $34.26 - $49.29 /hourly; $71,535 - $102,918 /annually Job Summary This vacancy was previously posted. If you applied previously, you do not need to reapply. Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Services (CABHS) in Willmar has an extraordinary opportunity for an ambitious and innovative hospital administrator to lead the development of a new hospital from the ground up. The State of Minnesota will spend $7.5 million to construct a new 16-bed psychiatric hospital for children ages 6 to 18 who have serious behavioral and emotional conditions. This investment in a state-of-the-art facility signals a long-term commitment to serving vulnerable youth and providing a multidisciplinary approach in evidence-based care. The new facility needs inspired leadership. As hospital administrator, you will not only have the opportunity to help design facility, but will influence the direction and scope of innovative treatment programming. You'll lead a dedicated team of hospitalists, psychiatrists, nurses, social workers and rehabilitation workers committed to person-centered treatment and improving the lives of youth. Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health Services (CABHS) in Willmar has an opening for an experienced leader to oversee the delivery of inpatient mental health services for children, adolescents, and young adults (ages 6-18) with serious behavioral and emotional disturbances. The treatment team consists of hospitalists, psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, and rehabilitation therapists dedicated to the use of evidence-based practices and integrated, person-centered approaches. Duties of the CABHS Program Administrator include: * Provide overall direction and leadership to the clinical, human, fiscal and physical plant resources to ensure the highest quality care and treatment are provided to clients requiring child and adolescent mental health treatment and or/related conditions for a state-wide adolescent mental health treatment program. * Determine the direction and scope of treatment staff activity; develop strategies to recognize and resolve operational and physical plant issues. * Develop and maintain collaborative business relationships with local, county, and community services to provide an array of treatment resources to clients. * Ensure training and credentialing requirements are met and encourage staff professional development. * Ensure treatment services continuously meet or exceed all applicable Federal, State and local rules, standard, and regulations. Minimum Qualifications: * Bachelor's degree in Public Health, Hospital Administration, Business Administration or closely related management field; * At least three years of hospital management experience (public or private, medical or behavioral); * Two years of experience working with children and adolescents; * Knowledge of laws, rules and regulations relating to hospital operations; * Working knowledge of community resources, data reporting management, documentation and recordkeeping systems, human resources and labor relations practices, funding resources and funding requirements; * Knowledge of Quality Assurance Process Improvement; * Possession of strong organization skills; * Ability to communicate effectively; * Ability to promote a team oriented work environment; * Demonstrated leadership skills and abilities. Preferred Qualifications: * Master's Degree in Business Administration, Executive Leadership, Hospital Administration, or closely related management field; * Licensed Mental Health Professional with at least 3 years administrative experience. Additional Requirements This position requires successful completion of the following: To facilitate proper crediting, please ensure that your resume clearly describes your experience in the areas listed and indicates the beginning and ending month and year for each job held. REFERENCE/BACKGROUND CHECKS - The Department of Human Services will conduct reference checks to verify job-related credentials and criminal background check prior to appointment. Why Work For Us GREAT BENEFITS PACKAGE! The State of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package including low cost medical and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short and long term disability, pre-tax flexible spending accounts, retirement plan, tax-deferred compensation, generous vacation and sick leave, and 11 paid holidays each year. Our mission as an employer is to actively recruit, welcome and support a workforce, which is diverse and inclusive of people who are underrepresented in the development of state policies, programs and practices, so that we can support the success and growth of all people who call Minnesota home. How to Apply Applicants must apply to the MN Careers website http://www.mn.gov/careers Job ID 11388. If you are unable to apply online, please contact the job information line at 651.259.3637. Contact If you have questions about the position, contact Fred Bettner at frederick.p.bettner@state.mn.us AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/hmm2xy74286fdxg8 PI99384431Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/hmm2xy74286fdxg8 PI99384431Willmar, MinnesotaMinnesota Department of Human Serviceshttp://www.click2apply.net/hmm2xy74286fdxg85038716
50387169/14/20179/14/201711/14/2017CEOBackground The Northwest New Jersey Community Action Partnership (NORWESCAP) is a $30M private, non-profit corporation that serves the low-income population of Hunterdon, Sussex, Warren, Morris and Somerset Counties. NORWESCAP's mission is to improve the lives of low income individuals and families in need in Northwest New Jersey by creating pathways that lead to economic empowerment and prosperity. NORWESCAP grew out of President Johnson’s War on Poverty, which in 1966 created a network of locally-focused agencies called Community Action Partnerships. These organizations are committed to addressing the root causes and conditions of poverty in their local communities by providing services and programs that promote economic self-sufficiency. NORWESCAP fulfills its mission by providing a diversity of programs that address the systemic issues of poverty and engage the community in social action and community improvement efforts. Programs NORWESCAP has been building self-reliance and resiliency for over 50 years through a variety of programs that address the multitude of needs for the communities they serve. Below is a brief sampling of their programs. Child and Family Development NORWESCAP offers a variety of programs that provide services to children. There are programs that can assist with and improve the quality of child care and curriculum-based programs that promote literacy. The goal is to enhance the child’s overall development and growth within a positive, nurturing environment. Programs include Head Start and Early Head Start, a Diaper Bank, childcare vouchers and resource services. The case management approach provides better coordinated services in the community and can also provide improved access to supportive services to assist individuals and families in reaching their goals. Included in this category are programs that focus on helping women to gain personal and economic self-sufficiency, and others that allow families to move out of subsidized housing. Economic and Employment Building The organization offers three programs to help low-income individuals and families leave behind poverty and begin the path of building assets and achieving wealth accumulation. A series of economic literacy classes are available in the evenings and are free to interested individuals. Programs include Pathways 2 Prosperity, a Family Loan program and a matched savings program. Housing NORWESCAP Housing and Energy Services provide the following programs and services: LIHEAP (Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program), Weatherization Assistance Program, USF (Universal Service Fund), and other programs to assist low income individuals and families with their heating & cooling costs. There are also several housing projects that are aimed at providing safe and affordable housing to low-income families. Nutrition & Healthy Living NORWESCAP provides services that aid in the relief of hunger and promote good health. Programs include a highly successful Food Bank that serves 120 local food pantries, WIC, and Early Cancer Detection. NORWESCAP is a $30M organization with a staff of almost 300 employees, serving over 20 locations with 35 plus programs that address NORWESCAP’s 4 core issue areas: Housing, Economic Development and Employment, Nutrition and Health, and Family and Children Services. For more information about NORWESCAP, please visit their website at www.norwescap.org. The Position NORWESCAP, the leading agency in Northwest New Jersey fighting poverty and supporting low-income families since its creation in 1965, is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer. This position will replace the long-time successful CEO, Terry Newhard, who is retiring. The organization strives to transform poverty into opportunity by providing programs, education, and opportunities in the areas of economic and employment building, nutrition and healthy living, child and family development, and housing. The goals of NORWESCAP’s efforts are to foster economic empowerment throughout communities and assist individuals and families towards self-sufficiency. The Chief Executive Officer reports to the Board of Directors under the Carver Policy Governance Model and is responsible for the organization's consistent achievement of its mission. The NORWESCAP CEO is required to: • Manage the organization within the parameters of the Executive Limitations. • Foster relationships in the community to connect with the board and the agency. • Strategically develop and review existing and new programs based on the community needs assessment. • Develop and cultivate relationships with governmental and non-governmental organizations, foundations and private donors to increase community participation and raise additional funding to continue to implement NORWESCAP’s mission. Responsibilities • Provide inspirational leadership and direction to all staff that result in the organization being a trusted community partner and achievement of goals. • Be a thought leader in the field. Keep abreast of significant developments and trends in poverty issues and strategies. • Cultivate a strong and transparent working relationship with the Board and ensure open communication about the measurement of financial, programmatic, and impact performance against stated milestones and goals. • Drive the development and implementation of the agency’s long range strategic plan ensuring that the budget, staff, and priorities are aligned with NORWESCAP’s core mission. • Build advocacy for the agency mission through the development of productive community, governmental, and stakeholder relationships. • Generate non-restricted funds by developing relationships with corporations, foundations, government agencies and private individuals. • Ensure the activities and points of view of the organization are publicized through traditional and social media. • Overall agency fiscal responsibility inclusive of increasing financial and operational efficiency. • Ensure agency compliance with federal (e.g. Hatch Act), state and local regulations regarding grant compliance as well as corporate compliance, including working with Head Start and Early Head Start Director and Policy Council to meet management requirements. Qualifications • A minimum of ten years of increasing responsibility in executive management in a human service, non-profit environment. • Successful experience managing a complex array of programs and multiple sites, meeting program goals and funding requirements. • Knowledge and understanding about issues dealing with poverty. • Demonstrated ability to be the face of the organization. • A financially savvy and politically astute leader with the ability to set clear priorities, delegate, and guide investment in people and systems. • Demonstrable analytic, organizational and problem-solving skills, which support and enable sound decision making. • Excellent coalition building skills with an ability to communicate and work effectively with a variety of internal and external stakeholders. Persuasive negotiator able to achieve consensus amongst differing opinions. • Strategic, succinct and effective written and oral communication skills including comfort and ease with presentations of information to public groups and/or board of directors. • Significant board development, fundraising, marketing/branding and fiscal management experience. • Past success with moving an organization towards greater funding self-sufficiency. • Strong commitment to the professional development of staff with a successful track record of recruiting and retaining a diverse team and creating an inclusive work environment. • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s in a related field preferred.TO APPLY: Please submit a resume and cover letter. Email: NORWESCAP@drgnyc.com Website: www.drgnyc.com FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: Sue Waterbury, Vice President Sarah Waldbott, Associate DRG – EXECUTIVE SEARCH CONSULTANTS 275 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016 Fax: 212-983-1687Philipsburg, NJNORWESCAPhttp://www.norwescap.org5038716
50387169/14/20179/14/201711/14/2017Director, Dept of Health & Human ServicesWith its mission of empowering safe, healthy, meaningful lives, the Milwaukee County Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) provides a wide range of trauma-informed and person-centered services to children and adults through age 60. Programs focus on providing services for youth, families, and persons with disabilities and behavioral health issues. With a culture of continuous improvement, the Milwaukee County Executive and the DHHS strive to meet best national practices and then, even further, to make the County’s human services the “best in the field.” The DHHS Director position is an exceptional opportunity for the right candidate to employ all of his/her skills in management, leadership, partnership, visionary thinking and advocacy for a strong agency composed of a highly talented and committed leadership team and supportive county executive. Reporting to the Milwaukee County Executive, the DHHS Director will be a nimble and committed leader who partners with, helps to inspire, and serves as the face of the organization to staff, clients, and partners. We seek a proven, accomplished leader with a passion for the DHHS mission who is driven to make a significant difference in the world and his/her community. This values-based individual will bring leadership characterized by unwavering integrity, an ability to garner broad community support, and the ability to lead and execute strategic plans that impact human care and public policy in an often challenging political environment. Given the unique and diverse revenue streams of the department, the ideal candidate will demonstrate a proven track record of successfully managing large, complex budgets and agreements in both the public and private sectors. Additionally, the candidate will be able to, in the most optimum and transparent way, establish strong working relationships with the Board of Supervisors. Comfort with actively cultivating relationships at the top levels of legislative and administrative leadership is a must. Specific experience in social service management is preferred but not required. At minimum, an affinity for the creation and delivery of human services to individuals, families and children must be evident through previous experiences. A bachelor’s degree in a related field is required; a master’s degree is strongly recommended. Affiliation with and leadership in local, state, or national professional associations related to human services would be a plus. Applications for the position are being received exclusively by Kittleman & Associates, LLC. Please submit a letter of introduction and a current resume at https://www.kittlemansearch.com/milwaukee-county-department-of-health-and-human-services/ For more information about the Department of Health & Human Services, visit www.county.milwaukee.gov/HealthampHumanServic7753.htm.https://www.kittlemansearch.com/milwaukee-county-department-of-health-and-human-services/Milwaukee, WIMilwaukee County, Dept of Health & Human Serviceshttp://www.kittlemansearch.com/milwaukee-county-department-of-health-and-human-services/5038716
50179329/14/20179/14/201710/14/2017412 Youth Zone Coach SupervisorZone Coach Supervisor for Transition Age Youth Auberle is a nationally recognized, award winning human service organization that serves thousands of children and families each year. For more than 60 years we have helped troubled children and their families heal themselves. Auberle’s staff is comprised of passionate individuals who are committed to finding the most innovative ways to solve our community’s most difficult problems. Youth aging out is a critical population in our society that has suffered from extremely poor outcomes. Allegheny County Department of Human Services (DHS) decided to make a significant change in its services for youth aging out of the system, ages 16-24. Auberle was selected to administer all aspects of service delivery to this population and to expand it to include homeless youth, all through a One Stop Center based in Wood Street Commons in downtown Pittsburgh. We envision that this new, innovative approach will become the national standard. We are currently seeking a Youth Zone Coach Supervisor to provide leadership to a team of Youth Coaches. They ensure the youth receive high quality relevant programming inside and outside of the Zone. The Supervisor provides direct case management to youth as needed. Supervisors coordinate services with providers and referents. Supervisors provide mobile outreach to provide supports and opportunities for youth who are not currently living in Allegheny County but plan to return and those youth who are not able to travel to the center. Youth Coach Supervisors promote the center and its services throughout the county. The 412 Youth Zone offers comprehensive, welcoming and youth-oriented services and space for transition age youth with current or past connections to child welfare or who are experiencing homelessness. The 412 Youth Zone helps youth to feel welcomed, safe and supported while offering the services and connections to help them face the challenges of adulthood. This position requires a Bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years of experience working with youth. The ideal candidate will have a commitment to diversity, inclusion and staff development, valuing and encouraging input from all team members. A very flexible schedule, valid driver’s license and vehicle are mandatory. Must be 21 years of age or older and required to apply for Act 33/34 clearances (criminal and child abuse) as well as FBI clearance. Pre-employment drug screening and random employment drug testing required. Auberle offers excellent training opportunities and a comprehensive benefits package. If you are highly motivated, passionate about youth and interested in making a difference – be sure to apply on the Auberle website, www.auberle.org. EOETo apply visit our website www.auberle.orgPittsburgh, PAMcKeesporthttps://www.auberle.org5017932
50179329/14/20179/14/201710/14/2017Therapist - Behavioral HealthHelp Us Change Lives: Auberle Seeks Therapist for Residential and Community Outpatient Clients to Treat Mental Health and Substance Abuse Needs Auberle is a nationally recognized, award winning human service organization that serves thousands of children and families each year. For more than 60 years we have helped troubled children and their families heal themselves. Auberle is a faith-based entity dedicated to delivering excellent care that is rooted in trauma informed practices. Auberle’s staff is comprised of passionate individuals who are committed to finding the most innovative ways to solve our community’s most difficult problems. We know that we deliver impact to our region because we measure everything that we do. We offer 16 programs to at-risk children and families. We are seeking a talented and compassionate individual to fill an immediate need for a Therapist in our Behavioral Health department. Auberle’s Behavioral Health Department provides a wide range of services to children, adolescents, adults and families. Services include psychiatric, psychological, mental health and substance abuse services through Auberle’s Outpatient Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol licenses. The majority of clients are adolescents placed within Auberle’s various group home settings; however, Auberle is increasingly expanding services to individuals, families, and couples located within the community. Auberle therapists provide a combination of individual, group, and family therapy. Auberle is seeking Master’s level mental health professionals who also have experience and/or interest in drug and alcohol counseling. Preference is given to PA State licensed (LPC, LMFT, LCSW) therapists. Auberle therapists include a combination of Professional Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, and Social Workers, most of whom are pursuing state licensure. Auberle is invested in employees’ professional development and offers many opportunities for ongoing clinical growth via on-site consultation with experts in the field, training opportunities in evidence-based practice, and providing assistance with supervision hours required for licensure. This position requires a valid driver’s license, vehicle and proof of insurance. Required to apply for Act 33/34 clearances (criminal and child abuse) as well as FBI clearance. Pre-employment drug screening and random employment drug testing required. This position requires working a flexible schedule including evenings and occasional (limited) weekend hours as needed. Auberle offers excellent training opportunities and a comprehensive benefits package. If you are highly motivated, passionate about youth and interested in making a difference – be sure to apply on the Auberle website, www.auberle.org. EOETo apply visit our website www.auberle.orgMcKeesportAuberlehttps://www.auberle.org5017932
50578779/5/20179/5/201712/31/2017Family Teaching Couple (Houseparents)Family Teaching Couple/Houseparents OVERVIEW OF BOYS TOWN: Are you passionate about shaping the future of America's Youth? Boys Town is changing the way America cares for children, families and communities by providing and promoting an Integrated Continuum of Care that instills Boys Town values to strengthen body, mind and spirit. Our mission is centered on creating an environment for children that includes trust, discipline, emotional support and respect. We believe that all children and youth have the potential to become bright, productive, adjusted, loving people. Boys Town is nationally recognized for its research-proven child, health and family care programs. As one of the country's largest nonprofit funded child-care organizations, Boys Town touches the lives of more than 2 million children and families nationwide each year. Join our Town today and help us shape the future of America! OVERVIEW OF JOB: As our Family-Teaching Couple, you will provide direct care for 6-8 at-risk youth through creating a safe and loving family style living environment. Living on-site in a Boys Town Family home, together you will provide youth with moral, spiritual, and educational development needed for future success. This includes providing emotional support utilizing praise, positive feedback, affection, and empathy to build ones self-confidence and respect. Through the use of the Boys Town Model, you will guide and teach youth appropriate skills and behaviors. Using rational problem solving techniques you will teach youth critical thinking skills, assist with behavioral problems, counsel through personal issues, and provide crisis intervention when needed. As our Family Teaching Couple you will plan, participate, and provide opportunities for individual and family activities that are both educational and entertaining. Through displaying and teaching parenting, family, and relationship skills to youth, legal guardians, and caretakers you will help create collaborative relationships and family engagement. You will maintain contact with both internal and external consumers/agencies to obtain and/or provide information regarding youth's behaviors, strategies, and progress. As our Family Teaching Couple, you will be responsible for maintaining and preparing written records for household budgeting, tracking youth progress, reporting incidents/behaviors, and documenting youth medical needs and appointments. You will continually provide support for educational success through monitoring youth academic performance. Additionally, you will teach and role model Boys Town values and ethical behaviors, as well as support and encourage participation in regular religious activities. As our Family Teaching Couple you will be responsible for supervising the activities of your assigned Assistant Family Teacher to aid in their development and success. Additionally, you will manage the daily operating schedule of the home; assist with youth transportation needs, and overall household upkeep. This position can also be referred to as houseparent or house parent. REQUIRED EDUCATION, TRAINING, EXPERIENCE, OR SKILLS: • Be at least 21 years of age or older, except if applying for Washington D.C. due to contractual requirements one must be at least 22 years of age or older • High School diploma or equivalent is required, some college credit is preferred • A valid driver's license with a good driving record and the ability to pass a MVR Check • Ability and desire to work and live with youth • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Flexibility and willingness to work a wide array of hours, which will include days, evenings, weekends and holidays • A willingness to learn and implement all phases of the Boys Town Home Model, including all intervention and administrative functions • Proven record of sound judgment and ability to work with children in a mature and responsible manner • Ability to pass a thorough background check and reference verification procedure in order to determine one's fitness to satisfactorily and safely care for youth BENEFITS OF BEING A BOYS TOWN FAMILY-TEACHING COUPLE: •A minimum annual salary of $54,400/Couple (Starting salaries vary by location) •Fully paid living expenses, which include rent, utilities and a monthly household budget •Excellent benefits package that includes health, dental and vision insurance; a 401K retirement plan; paid vacation and sick leave •A company vehicle •Relocation Assistance •Opportunities to earn college credit while working •Career advancement opportunities within the organization Apply Online Today At: jobs.boystown.org If you have questions prior to applying please feel free to reach out to us at btrecruiter@boystown.org OR 1.877.639.6003 This advertisement describes the general nature of work to be performed and does not include an exhaustive list of all duties, skills, or abilities required. Boys Town is an equal employment opportunity employer and participates in the E-Verify program. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. To request a disability-related accommodation in the application process, contact us at 1-877-639-6003. Individuals in this position also show interest in: social work, family advocacy, wrap-around services, foster care, case planning, case management, mental health, psychology, sociology, human services, CASA, social services, criminal justice, criminology, and education.To be considered for this position, please apply online today at: jobs.boystown.orgOmaha, NE (Headquarters Campus); New Orleans; Washington D.C.; Tallahassee, FL; Oviedo, FL; Portsmouth, RIBoys Townwww.boystown.org5057877
50578448/31/20178/31/201710/31/2017CEOKEES (Kistner Eddy Executive Services) has been exclusively retained by 360 Youth Services in its search for a visionary and strategic Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead the organization’s current and long-range community service programs. The CEO will provide leadership for funding efforts, program effectiveness and growth, budget, and serve as the public face and voice for 360 Youth Services in the community and with key stakeholders. Leading a staff of 48 (5 direct reports), the next CEO will focus on strong communication, management, and strategic planning and execution for the future of the organization. This position offers a competitive salary with strong benefits. All inquiries will be held in strict confidence. 360 Youth Services is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. Specific Requirements Include: • A minimum of seven years of progressive experience in leadership and management, with documented ability to manage staff and lead teams. • Bachelor’s degree in a related field (Social Work, Management, etc.) required; Master’s degree highly preferred. • Strong experience working directly with/for an engaged Board of Directors. Ability to assist board members to understand and appreciate their roles and responsibilities. • Proven ability to build strong external relationships with a variety of local leaders, school personnel, public leadership, partner organizations and other stakeholders. • Track record in creating and analyzing P&L statements, financial strategy, stewardship, and developing strategies to successfully increase revenue and diversify funding sources. • Proven success in maintaining strong and productive work teams with a focus on mentoring and nurturing staff development. • Strong analytic and strategic-thinking skills, with demonstrated ability to create, implement and monitor complex plans, and translate those plans into goals and concrete strategies. • Career track record that shows stability with an organization and capacity to develop and nurture relationships culminating in overall success. • Background in youth service programs. Knowledge of Naperville, IL and surrounding DuPage County area communities strongly preferred.To apply, candidates must complete the online application at http://alfordexecutivesearch.applicantstack.com/x/openings and thereon submit their cover letter and resume. To assure confidential tracking of all applicants, no applications will be accepted via email. ALL INQUIRIES WILL BE HELD IN STRICT CONFIDENCE. This search is being managed by Heather Eddy, President and CEO of KEES, and Sue Bultman, Consultant of KEES. Questions may be addressed to sbultman@kees2success.com.Naperville, Illinois360 Youth Serviceshttps://alfordexecutivesearch.applicantstack.com/x/openings5057844
50578258/28/20178/29/20179/29/2017Residential TherapistThe Griffith Centers for Children located in Colorado Springs invites you to apply for a position within our team of dedicated professionals. Our staff provide creative therapeutic intervention to help ourT struggling youth become more healthy, and successful, and for our residents to become independent young men. We are looking for a few more committed professionals with a passion for helping challenged youth. We are a trauma-informed agency and are working to bring a strength-based approach to every aspect of our care in a residential setting. If you are interested in a collaborative and supportive work environment that is dedicated to helping our community's amazing youth, we welcome you to come be a part of our team. Nature of Position: Our Therapists work with various modalities to facilitate healing and growth for our residents. We collaborate with other professionals within our agency and in the community to create treatment plans from a multi-disciplinary approach. As a Griffith Centers' Therapist, you would work with our residents individually and in family therapy. We offer weekly individual and group supervision, as well as intermittent training on Strength-Based Practices, Trauma-Informed Care, and Motivational Interviewing. Qualifications : A Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or Child Development from a regionally accredited college or university. Must be either a Certified Addiction Counselor (CAC III) or a Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC). Flexible hours with the need to work some evenings, a few weekend hours and other hours as necessary to meet the requirements of the resident case load. Minimum of two years’ experience working with adolescents and their families is required Must pass background checks, drug screening, and physical exam. Essential Functions: Must be able to walk up and down stairs. Required to assist with physical managements (Therapeutic Crisis Intervention).Email cover letter and resume to: larry.welch@griffithcenters.orgColorado Springs, COGriffith Centers for Children Chins Upwww.griffithcenters.org5057825
50573288/22/20178/22/20179/22/2017AdministratorMental Health Clinic Administrator Salary: $84,000 – $110,000 per annum (Salaried Exempt) I. Essential Clinic Duties: 1) Overall management and supervision of a dynamic and diverse clinical/service setting with multiple programs, sites and personnel. 2) Insures quantity and quality of services of department by implementing systems to support and monitor the productivity and impact of quantity and quality of services in order to fulfill mission and vision. 3) Provides oversight to all department contracts, department programs and services and department operations. 4) Insures and maintains department’s ongoing compliance with licensing and registration requirements for Medi-Cal certification, EAP and insurance requirements, National Provider Identifier requirements, Board of Behavioral Sciences requirements and all other legal and regulatory requirements for provision of Mental Health Services. 5) Insures that all staff maintain current Board of Behavioral Sciences registration and remain clear and in good standing with Board of Behavioral Sciences as required. Keeps abreast of all regulatory and legal changes, and implements as applicable. 6) Sustains existing programs in good operating status and implements and grows new programs to further agency mission. 7) Provides oversight to Clinical Records and is the custodian of Records for the Department. Provides guidance to the Operations and Support Staff in archiving, and securing all records management and insures the secure recordkeeping for the agency as required. 8) Oversight of all Accreditation/Continuous Quality Assurance requirements including but not limited to: client satisfaction, outcome studies, incident reporting, client and staff complaints/grievances, and case reviews processes. 9) Provides for thorough onboarding and training of all staff in the department utilizing the Department Orientation Manuals, Checklists and procedures. Insures that orientation and training materials remain updated and applicable. 10) Insures that clinical staff are trained in all changes to forms and that the electronic health records forms, and internal FSA forms are updated regularly. 11) In collaboration with FSA’s COO and Accounting Administrator/Special Projects develops and monitors Clinic Department fiscal systems (budget, contracts, pricing) 12) Oversight of clinical services statistics and monitoring and management of units of service production in order to fully maximize the utilization of all contracts. 13) Community outreach, presentations, representations and liaisons (key committees, organizations, etc.) 14) Staff supervision, team building, training, support, and supporting a healthy agency culture. 15) Clinical supervision and direct service counseling, and 24 hour availability, as needed. 16) Facilitating team processes conducive to support agency culture. 17) Cross-department creative program responses, innovative problem solving, and program development. 18) Some evening and weekend availability as needed. (Example: Special events, programming, community events) 19) Other duties as assigned and necessary. II. General Agency & Administration Duties 1. Facilitates the consistent implementation of policies and goals set at the Board and Executive Level. 2. Participates in Senior Management Task Force and duties. 3. Insures consistent application of agency mission, vision, values throughout the operations and staff levels of the department and the agency 4. Provides an exemplary role model of the FSA mission, vision, values and strategic goals and initiatives. 5. Represents FSA on Key community task forces, networks, boards and community meetings as assigned or directed by Executive Team. 6. Leads strategic planning efforts within assigned programs and/or agency departments and operations insuring that goals and strategies align with Board and Administrative goals and with agency mission, vision and values. 7. Provides staff development opportunities with both formal and informal approaches to development within assigned programs and departments or operations. 8. Participates in key risk management activities and assists in oversight of potential liability and risk to the agency. Report to: Chief Operating Officer Minimum Qualifications: • Meets all BBS requirements for Clinical Supervision • Minimum five years of management/supervisory experience • Background Fingerprint Clearances • TB Test Clearance • Drug Test Clearance • Valid California Driver’s License and Automobile Insurance • Current and Clean DMV printout Report. • Ability to read and write English and to communicate at the level required for successful job performance. Licenses & Certifications: Master’s in Social Work or related field Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) preferred Physical & Mental Demands • Ability to tolerate fast paced and changing working environment. • Ability to multi-task • Prolonged computer work at times • Oversight of multiple site locations and willingness to travel as needed to provide oversight of multiple sites within vast geographic area. • Ability to relate to multiple stakeholders (funding sources, city and community groups, clients, staff, etc.) • Punctual and regular attendance.HOW TO APPLY: To apply for this position please complete an application at: Human Resources 21250 Box Springs Rd, Ste. 211 Moreno Valley, CA 92557 or email resume to: fsajobs@fsaca.orgMoreno Valley, CAFamily Service Associationhttp://fsaca.org/careers.html5057328
50442838/22/20178/22/20179/29/2017Director of DevelopmentAn exciting senior leadership opportunity for an experienced professional to champion revenue-generation through philanthropy to support a vital nonprofit human service mission in inner-city Indianapolis. This position reports to CEO and will also work closely with board officers, staff, and other volunteers and community partners to manage and implement a comprehensive development operation to support a $2.5 million organization annually. Will effectively balance organization’s efforts across comprehensive development operations including long-term relationship building, annual giving, agency communications, benefit events, volunteers/community collaboration, grant writing, and endowment-building philanthropy. Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center is looking for a leader with at least 7 years of fundraising, leadership, communication, and management experience. Also, looking for someone who is passionate about the mission and about developing philanthropic practices among others including staff, interns, volunteers, and board members. Prior nonprofit fundraising, philanthropic and management experience is required. CFRE is a plus.Please send resume and brief cover letter including your specific interest and your compensation expectations to HR@maryrigg.org.Indianapolis, INMary Rigg Neighborhood Centermaryrigg.org5044283
50504118/22/20178/22/20179/11/2017Program Director for Licensing and PlacementJob Purpose: The Program Director for Licensing and Placement provides leadership and oversight to the licensing and placement teams within Level 2 Foster Care. We provide foster care and adoption licensing and services, taking great care to match the varied needs of a child with the skills and experience of the foster or adoptive parent. Caring and loving foster and adoptive parents are at the heart of what we do. They’re part of our team. We’re all about helping foster and adoptive children succeed – and thrive. Duties: • Supervise Licensing and Placement Supervisors • Maintain foster home resources that will meet the needs of the children • Oversee hiring, training and disciplinary process of licensing and placement staff • Ensure service areas meet all licensing and regulatory requirements • Develop, coordinate and monitor program outcomes in collaboration with the Director of Foster Care Services and the QI department • Represent SaintA in State committees • Collaborate between programs Qualifications: • Master’s degree in Social Work or a related degree • Five years of supervisory experience • Child welfare experience preferred • Experience in crisis intervention • Excellent communication skills • Knowledge of community resources • Demonstrated ability to achieve outcomes • Ability to work successfully with internal and external stakeholders • Valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record and meet agency auto insurance requirements Position Details: Full-Time On call responsibilities Reports directly to the Director of Foster Care Services Interested parties please submit a cover letter and resume online. Minority and Spanish speaking/bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. EOE: Minorities/Females/Veterans/DisabilitiesSubmit cover letter and resume online at website: www.sainta.orgWest Allis, Milwaukee, WISaintAhttp://www.sainta.org/careers5050411
50576978/14/20178/14/20178/30/2017Executive Director, Accelerator BranchThe YMCA of Greater Seattle has an extraordinary opportunity for an experienced, strategic innovative leader who has a human services background and thrives on making a difference in the lives of people. The Accelerator Branch of the YMCA of Greater Seattle provides a unique and holistic array of services throughout King County for youth and their families; including Housing, Education and Employment, Family Support and Stabilization, Behavioral Health, Foster Care and Violence Prevention. Last year the Accelerator YMCA helped over 10,000 youth and their families reach their fullest potential. POSITION OVERVIEW This is a challenging and exciting opportunity to promote the YMCA's social responsibility platform in our local community. This position will be responsible for the overall leadership of the strategic, financial and operational aspects of the Accelerator YMCA. KEY RESONSIBILITIES • Directs the strategic planning efforts and develops the annual operating plan. • Oversees the annual budget development • Works directly with finical development to raise resource and awareness • Develops new and innovative program models, including research, funding, implementation and evaluation. • Creates highly effective collaborative partnerships and relationships • Ensures quality delivery of services and compliance based on data driven outcomes. • Cultivates and maintains effective relationships with community leaders, partners and volunteers. • Oversees the hiring, training and development of approximately 120 members. • Works with and cultivates volunteer advisory board of directors. • Manages an annual budget of $ 12 million. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE • Bachelor's degree in human services, public administration, business administration or equivalent experience required; advanced degree preferred. • Seven years of executive experience, including program development and operations, financial development, budgeting and fiscal management. • Experience managing multiple funding sources (local, state, federal and private etc.) and hitting budgetary targets. • Demonstrated experience in creating and managing large scale innovative programs to address identified community needs. • A highly refined sense of cultural competence and awareness, as well as proven effectiveness and ease in communicating within a diverse multicultural environment. • Ability to develop performance measures and hit targeted performance outcomes. • Experience in developing and managing volunteer programs. • Demonstrated accomplishments in collaborating with top community leaders. • Ability to speak another language in addition to English is helpful. Become a leader on our team at the YMCA of Greater Seattle where we promote a continuous learning environment and career opportunities. We offer a competitive compensation and benefit package that includes a YMCA membership, health, dental, life and disability insurance; tuition assistance; and a 12% retirement fund contribution, when eligible. The YMCA of Greater Seattle is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity, inclusion, and equity. We are a drug & alcohol-free workplace.Apply online: http://www.Click2apply.net/vw4vxv27sg82vnnfSeattle, WashingtonAccelerator YMCAhttp://www.Click2apply.net/vw4vxv27sg82vnnf5057697
50179328/11/20178/11/20179/11/2017Program ManagerAuberle is a nationally recognized, award winning human service organization that serves thousands of children and families each year. For more than 60 years we have helped troubled children and their families heal themselves. Auberle is a faith-based entity dedicated to delivering excellent care that is rooted in trauma informed practices. Auberle’s staff is comprised of passionate individuals who are committed to finding the most innovative ways to solve our community’s most difficult problems. We know that we deliver impact to our region because we measure everything that we do. We offer 16 programs to at-risk children and families. We are seeking creative, caring individuals to provide leadership to our Shelter and Residential Programs. Our programs range from structured group homes within the community to crisis shelter and semi-independent living programming. Ages range from 7 years to 21+. The primary goal is always reunification when possible and to prepare the youth for return to their home community or to independent living. Management positions require a flexible schedule including occasional evenings and weekends. The Program Manager provides the central leadership and oversight of a safe, trauma-informed program designed to meet the needs of the resident. Managers directly supervises all Youth Care Workers assigned to the program and are responsible for the performance, training and professional development of assigned staff. Manager positions require a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology or other related area; Master Level preferred, and a minimum five years progressively responsible case management, care coordination and supervisory experience, and a solid foundation of child/adolescent development. A valid driver’s license, vehicle and proof of insurance are mandatory. Must be 21 years of age or older and required to apply for Act 33/34 clearances (criminal and child abuse) as well as FBI clearance. Pre-employment drug screening and random employment drug testing required. Auberle offers excellent training opportunities and a comprehensive benefits package. If you are highly motivated, passionate about children, youth and families and interested in making a difference – be sure to apply on the Auberle website, www.auberle.org. EOEhttps://www.auberle.orgMcKeesportAuberlehttps://www.auberle.org5017932
50575568/4/20178/4/201710/4/2017Chief Executive OfficerThe Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers is seeking applications and nominations for the position of Chief Executive Officer. The Camden Coalition is a non-profit organization working in the community to improve health and wellbeing of individuals with complex health and social needs. They innovate and test health care delivery models to improve patient outcomes and to reduce cost care using data-driven, human-centered practices. Drawing on the experiences of the clinical team and patients, the Coalition staff also work to transform health care delivery at the policy level. The Coalition now shares its learning with other communities across the nation to help them implement their philosophies and methods through The National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs which was launched in 2016. For more information, visit www.camdenhealth.org Leadership Characteristics: The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is the Coalition's senior-most executive, reporting directly to the Board and is responsible for all aspects of the Coalition's performance. We are seeking leaders with the following abilities: * Change Management-Articulating vision and creating direction amid ambiguity and competing priorities. Defining the problem, conducting analysis, and synthesizing options. Understanding the importance of iteration and flexibility within the organization, creating and seizing opportunities for strategically grounded change and continuous improvement. * Self-Mastery-Ability to successfully manage personal and professional priorities, with an understanding of self-reflection and self-regulation as foundational to workplace success. Demonstrating sound judgment and good decision-making, and committing to continuous self-improvement and learning. * Developing People--Ability to demonstrate both leadership and followership as appropriate. Coaching and developing individuals and/or teams to build their capabilities and capacities. Demonstrating comfort with both giving and receiving feedback. * Relationship Building-Ability to develop, maintain, and strengthen genuine and trusting relationships and networks with partners, patients, stakeholders, and colleagues at all levels in ways that foster lasting mutual benefit. * Domain Expertise--Mastering the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for one's specific role and his/her place within an individual department and the organization as a whole. * Outcome Orientation--Striving for excellence in all duties, with attention to detail and focus on asking productive questions and solving problems innovativel Applying an end-in-mind and systematic approach to organizing, planning, and executing. The Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers has retained the services of Diversified Search. Confidential Nominations, recommendations or expressions of interest and should be directed electronically to camdencoalition@divsearch.com Andrew C. Wheeler Practice Leader, Education and Nonprofit Practice and Managing Director Diversified Search Gordon Hawthorne Senior Advisor Healthcare Services Diversified Search We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. Contact Us: camdencoalition@divsearch.com PI98918332Contact Diversified Search at camdencoalition@divsearch.comCamden, NJCamden Coalition of Healthcare Providershttp://www.camdenhealth.org/5057556