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50630382/27/20202/27/20204/27/2020Chief Program OfficerGreat Circle's forward-looking strategy focuses on strengthening programs and service delivery, emphasizing a collaborative culture of high reliability and accountability, and working effectively with multiple partners to improve the quality of behavioral health services available to children and families. Candidates should: have behavioral health and child welfare services experience in a trauma-informed setting; understand funding and reimbursement trends; and be a thought leader and partner with the President/CEO and executive leadership.search@emdconsulting.comMissouriGreat Circlehttps://www.greatcircle.org/CurrentOpenings/EasternRegion/GC%20CPO%20Position.pdf5063038
50637792/19/20202/19/20203/19/2020Executive DirectorBackground DRG Search is partnering with Student Advocacy on a search for an Executive Director. SA is a nonprofit that provides legally based education advocacy. Since 1982, Student Advocacy’s outstanding team of dedicated attorneys and educational advocates have represented students and their families who are denied access to school or are struggling and often at risk of failing or dropping out. Student Advocacy is the only organization of its kind serving students in Westchester and Putnam Counties. Last year, SA directly represented over 500 children and families and made a lasting impact on nearly 3,000 others including students, parents and professionals, through technical assistance, self-advocacy tools and policy work. The students SA represents are challenged by learning, emotional and/or physical disabilities and are denied the education to which they are legally entitled. The nonprofit provides its services at no charge to the student or family, or on a sliding-scale basis. Student Advocacy has an exceptionally high success rate, with 86% of the families served reporting their child’s school experience as transformed just three months after the advocacy work is completed. They note academic progress, improved attendance and attitude, and fewer disciplinary problems. The Role Reporting to the Board with regular communication with the Board Chair, the Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the overall operation of the organization, including managing the budget, optimizing operational efficiency and providing leadership and inspiration for staff. As the primary face of the organization, the ED must be able to cultivate and maintain relationships with a wide range of partners, including individual donors and grant making organizations. Student Advocacy has a budget of approximately $1 million and is poised for growth. The incoming ED will be responsible for increasing the visibility of the organization and will have the opportunity to lead the organization in the implementation of short and long-term strategic goals. These include raising the organization’s public profile, conceiving of and creating mission aligned revenue generating programs, and expanding access to Student Advocacy’s knowledge for families advocating for their children as well as for professionals working with families whose children may be experiencing school-related difficulties. A data-driven and strategic vision and a collaborative work style are integral to success. Essential Duties & Responsibilities Leadership and Management • Serve as both the internal leader and external face of Student Advocacy. • Provide strategic vision and leadership for Student Advocacy. • Effectively communicate mission and vision as the organization's “Storyteller-in Chief.” • Provide inspired and motivational leadership to the staff; foster collaboration and consensus building at all levels of the organization. • Encourage and promote growth. • Communicate regularly with the Board about execution of mission and strategy; deepen and diversify Board involvement to advance the organization’s mission and to meet strategic objectives. Finance and Administration • Ensure fiscal oversight and accountability. • Perform personnel management functions including performance management, create training/professional development opportunities, staff supervision and hiring/termination. • Ensure that talent, data and technology are aligned to measure and meet goals and expectations. • Develop and manage the annual budget and oversee the preparation of other relevant reports. • Monitor and maintain impact of Student Advocacy’s core work. • Oversee the organization’s infrastructure. Fundraising • Develop strategy to diversify fundraising sources. • Lead and oversee fundraising efforts with individual donors, public sector, foundation sources and community organizations. • Make the case for Student Advocacy with passion and clarity of vision and “make the ask.” • Oversee, partner with and support the Development team. • Secure relationships with existing major donors and establish meaningful, long term relationships with new donors. • Identify grant sources and assure best practices for grant identification, writing and management. Qualifications • 7-10 years of progressively responsible relevant experience with a minimum of four years managing a professional staff. • Bachelor's Degree required; Master’s Degree in a related field preferred. • Demonstrated track record of success, leadership, strategic thinking and management, preferably in a related field such as advocacy, children, education, family, mental health or disability. • Proven ability and strong interest in cultivating donors, soliciting major and institutional donors. • Strong interpersonal and public presentation skills; excellent written and verbal communication. • Demonstrated success in building capacity and organizational growth (moving the needle). • Ability to build, manage and motivate a results-driven team with emotional intelligence, authenticity, transparency and compassion; reputation for making staff feel heard and involved. • Strong analytical skills and business judgment in developing and managing financial and other resources. • Experience overseeing finance and budgets, managing data and metrics. • Results and data driven. • Proven success in growing relationships with board members, staff, partners and collaborators. • Technologically capable and computer savvy; proficient in Excel. • Experience with donor management and legal case management software a plus. To apply to this position please visit: http://drgsearch.com/current-searches/?rpid=281760&postid=pQrK0W99Gw4 This position description is based upon material provided by Student Advocacy, an equal opportunity employer.To apply to this position please visit: http://drgsearch.com/current-searches/?rpid=281760&postid=pQrK0W99Gw4Westchester County, New YorkStudent Advocacyhttp://drgsearch.com/current-searches/?rpid=281760&postid=pQrK0W99Gw45063779
50561672/17/20202/17/20204/30/2020Workforce Development Program ManagerWorkforce Development programs at NVFS consist of a spectrum of services designed to work in partnership with individuals interested in improving their career prospects, ultimately creating greater economic stability for families. NVFS workforce services are asset -based, trauma-informed and community based, meeting clients where they are to maximize accessibility and success. Services are available in English and Spanish. The Workforce Development Program Manager will coordinate and oversee all aspects of workforce programming, except Training Futures. Services include, but are not limited to: Navigation services which are overlaid across multiple NVFS service areas as well as through a fee-for-service program, TeamUp, offered to corporate partners to support their frontline employees, Vehicles for Change, and a Community-based program currently under development. Specifically, the Program Manager will be responsible for policies, procedures, staff supervision and training, as well as overseeing the compliance, reporting and quality of service delivery. Workforce programs are fast growing and a successful candidate will have a future-focused mindset, working closely with the Director of Workforce Development to manage new program approaches and further grow services to meet the ever-changing needs of the Northern Virginia community, while being tirelessly focused on quality assurance of existing services. The Program Manager is expected to represent the Agency positively to the community, interpreting Agency services to other agencies, and public groups. Specifically, this Program Manager will oversee all navigation services, currently integrated with Bridging Affordability, RHAP, Moving to Work, and TeamUp as well as work closely with the Director of Workforce Development and the Training Futures Program Manager to build a successful community-based training approach. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. Essential Job Duties: Staff Supervision and Development: Identify and fulfill staffing needs; prepare and conduct timely staff performance evaluations; approval of timesheets, leave and reimbursement requests, develop ongoing staff training to enable direct service staff to deliver client service effectively. Build and maintain a strong functional team through effective recruiting, training, coaching, feedback and team building. Supervise program staff including regular individual and group staff meetings and case consultation; monitor data collection for quality, consistency across staff and completeness. Conduct regular and timely supervision according to established program guidelines. Identify and work with Director on reviewing issues that are affecting staff, their work with clients, and the integrity of the programs. Client Service Delivery: Monitor client flow from initial client meeting through on-going client/staff relationship to ensure service quality. Oversee the management of direct assistance funds. Assist in the development of new program services. Maintain functional knowledge of NVFS programs and coordinates the collection and organization of information on community resource for use by all workforce services. Compliance and Reporting Requirements: Ensure that service delivery is of high quality and performed according to and within the NVFS mission, policy and procedure directive, trauma-informed, best practice standards, and contractual requirements. Prepares narrative and statistical reports to the Agency and monitors contracts measuring program effectiveness, file organization and consistency. Assures that reports to jurisdictions occur in the contractual periods and critical incident reports are completed and submitted. Responsible for goals and objectives of contract for programs; includes NVFS outcomes and reporting. Meeting and Community Outreach/Resource Participation: Represent NVFS externally, and participates in community partnership meetings as appropriate. Act as liaison with community, civic, and business groups on behalf of workforce development programs; participates in appropriate community task force committees; develops and monitors public relations within the scope of Agency mission and goals. Leads efforts to identify, seek relationships and organize community resources for use by workforce staff in support of client needs. Works in partnership with Director of Workforce to develop grants or contract proposals. Participate effectively and positively in required Program and Agency meetings and trainings. Qualification Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must have one of the following: Bachelor’s degree with at least five (5) years of relevant work experience, or Seven (7) years of professional working experience with at least three (3) years of experience in a related field At least one (1) year of experience providing direct supervision of staff preferred Experience with data collection and reporting Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=aebfe8e4-af0a-44d3-a055-53c2155c0542Oakton, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=aebfe8e4-af0a-44d3-a055-53c2155c05425056167
50582852/17/20202/17/20203/31/2020Chief Financial OfficerPosition: Chief Financial Officer Department: Administration Pay Grade: 13 Salary: 95,000-$115,000 (Starting salary depends on education and experience) RESPONSIBILITIES: The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) serves as a business partner to the CEO and other key leadership staff; is responsible for ensuring the financial viability of the organization. The Chief Financial Officer serves as a member of the Executive Leadership Team and acts as the financial leader for the organization; serves as a liaison to the Board of Directors on finance-related matters, including through the Finance Council. The CFO directs the Financial Strategy & Asset Management team (Business Office) which oversees the financial resources of a large not-for-profit organization serving thousands of children and families daily. This position oversees the Financial Reporting/Accounting, Budgeting and Forecasting, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, Procurement, Treasury, and Tax Compliance functions of the Organization and its supporting Foundation. The CFO fosters cross-team collaboration, promotes financial literacy at all levels of the organization, and ensures that the work of the Business Office is aligned with organizational priorities, goals, and initiatives. Successful execution of the position’s responsibilities will increase the rate of return on the organization’s assets as well as safeguard the organization’s assets through effective internal controls. These results will enhance the organization’s ability to execute on its mission of partnering for safe and healthy communities. Key to the CFO’s success will be his/her ability to set a vision and lead others by focusing on 9 Organizational Competencies: Excellence in Service, Commitment to Sanctuary, Excellence in Customer Experience, Commitment to Diversity & Equality, Contributes to Workplace Innovation, Embraces Technology, Engages in Cross Team Collaboration, Engages Community Partners, Demonstrates Financial Acumen. QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting, or related field of study is required. Certification as a Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant, 8 years of experience in Finance and/or Accounting, 5 years of experience in a supervisory role. Must pass background check, physical and drug screening. This position also requires a valid driver’s license and proof of current vehicle insurance. BENEFITS: Cornerstones of Care offers full-time employees a competitive benefits package, including: medical/dental/vision coverage; prescription coverage; accident insurance; short-term disability; health savings account (HSA); flexible spending account (FSA); paid time off; retirement (401K); Tuition Reimbursement Program and Public Service Loan Forgiveness. To view a detailed Summary of Benefits please visit our website at www.cornerstonesofcare.org and under the heading “About Us” click on “Join Our Team.” HOW TO APPLY: Please complete an online application at www.cornerstonesofcare.org CORNERSTONES OF CARE’S ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENTS: Nonviolence-helping to build safety skills and a commitment to higher purpose Emotional Intelligence-helping to teach emotional management skills Social Learning-helping to build cognitive skills Open Communication-helping to overcome barriers to healthy communication, learn conflict management Democracy-helping to create civic skills of self-control, self-discipline, and administration of healthy authority Social Responsibility-helping to rebuild social connection skills, establish healthy attachment relationships Growth and Change-helping to work through loss and prepare for the future Questions? Please contact: Cornerstones of Care, Human Resources Department 300 E. 36th Street, Kansas City, MO 64111 Phone: (816) 508-1707 Fax: (816) 508-1757 Like us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/cornerstonescareers Cornerstones of Care is an Equal Opportunity EmployerPlease complete an online application at www.cornerstonesofcare.org300 E. 36th Street, Kansas City, MO 64111Cornerstones of Carehttps://cornerstonesofcare.org/about-us/Join-Our-Team/Job-Openings5058285
50629712/6/20202/7/20203/7/2020Chief Executive OfficerThe Chief Executive Officer reports directly to the Board of Directors for the purposes of: promoting and interpreting the Association’s work to its stakeholders and the public; managing day-to-day operations of the office and the general business of the Association; grant administration; advocating on social policy issues on behalf of children and families; enlisting the support of member agencies to promote and represent the Association to government agencies, the General Assembly and the general public, and; fulfilling the goals and priorities prescribed by the Board of Directors. Nationally, there are significant reforms to be created by the passage of the new Family First Preservation Services Act. It will be a multi-year planning and implementation process using federal guidance and state -leveraged funding. In addition, South Carolina has been sued by Children’s Rights, Inc. and in 2016, a Settlement Agreement was signed by the Governor and the Department of Social Services. The FFPSA and the Michelle H. lawsuit create mandated benchmarks. Providers are very interested in assisting with the planning and developmental process for creating a new service array. Candidates must have current knowledge of the children’s services system and an interest in working toward reforms. The Chief Executive Officer reports directly to the Board of Directors for the purposes of: promoting and interpreting the Association’s work to its stakeholders and the public; managing day-to-day operations of the office and the general business of the Association; grant administration; advocating on social policy issues on behalf of children and families; enlisting the support of member agencies to promote and represent the Association to government agencies, the General Assembly and the general public, and; fulfilling the goals and priorities prescribed by the Board of Directors. Nationally, there are significant reforms to be created by the passage of the new Family First Preservation Services Act. It will be a multi-year planning and implementation process using federal guidance and state -leveraged funding. In addition, South Carolina has been sued by Children’s Rights, Inc. and in 2016, a Settlement Agreement was signed by the Governor and the Department of Social Services. The FFPSA and the Michelle H. lawsuit create mandated benchmarks. Providers are very interested in assisting with the planning and developmental process for creating a new service array. Candidates must have current knowledge of the children’s services system and an interest in working toward reforms. QUALIFICATIONS • Master’s degree in social work, public health, education, or other health and human services related discipline, from an accredited college or university (transcript with raised seal required). • At least ten years’ experience in child welfare, behavioral health, juvenile justice, or family services, with at least three of those years in a successful leadership or senior management role. • Familiarity with South Carolina laws, policies, regulations, and procurement processes impacting private providers serving children and families in residential and community-based settings. • Significant knowledge of legislative affairs and demonstrated direct experience in lobbying or legislative liaison activities. DESIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Association Management A. Manage day-to-day operations of the PAFCAF office and the general business of the Association; provide broad oversight on operational functions to include lease management, maintenance, insurance, workers’ compensation compliance, office technology, website management, purchases and improvements, insurance needs; supervision of subordinate staff or independent contractors. B. Assist in planning and conducting the meetings and conferences of the Association. C. Oversee the Association’s legal services provider; legislative services provider, to include compliance with Ethics Commission reporting requirements; accounting services provider; and web content manager. D. Perform other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors to enhance the program and fulfill the purposes of the Association. Corporate Communication Efforts A. Develop and manage external strategic alliances and prepare regular member communications to provide up-to-date information upon which to make programmatic decisions. B. Interface regularly with member agency executives through regular correspondence, meetings and site visits and promote and interpret the Association’s work to the public and other stakeholders and partners and advocate on social policy issues on behalf of children and families. C. Enlist the support of member agencies in promoting and representing the Association to government agencies, the General Assembly and the general public. D. Assure training opportunities are available for member’s staff to enhance competencies. Fiscal Affairs/Budget Stewardship A. In coordination with the Board of Directors, prepare and present an annual budget for review and recommendation to the Association; administer the budget and all funds of the Association and keep the necessary financial documents to assure clean audits by an external auditing company; facilitate an annual independent audit, reporting to the Secretary of State, or other external monitors. B. Consult with the Finance Committee on Association financial and non-profit corporation matters to review of current investment accounts and strategies and to prepare any financial reports for the Board of Directors. C. Assure internal controls and related policies and procedures are in place for the efficient and effective functioning of the Association. Service to the Board of Directors and Member Agencies A. Fulfill the goals and priorities prescribed by the Board of Directors and serve as resource to member agencies and the Board of Directors; prepare all Board meeting materials and assure timely distribution and attend standing committee meetings and serve as a resource to the committees. B. Ensure the confidentiality and integrity of all Association financial and operational information and discloses such information with the advice and/or approval of the Board of Directors. C. Monitor all procurements from state agencies which might impact PAFCAF members and assist member agencies in their relationships with state and local referral agencies. D. Assist with planning for training events and conferences to benefit Association members and oversees Association training activities. E. Perform any other duties as assigned by action of the Board of Directors. Grant Administration A. Research and seek grant funding when appropriate and provide overall executive oversight of all grant funding opportunities. B. Maintain responsibility for grant reporting and compliance with grant requirements. Liaison Efforts A. In collaboration with outside lobbying firm and respective Association committees, establish and maintain regular interface with the appropriate state, county and private agencies to assure legislative strategies are developed and in place each year for lobbying purposes. B. Serve as legislative agent for the Association to the SC General Assembly and disseminate essential information on state and federal legislation. Other Duties A. Support the Association’s mission, goals and training activities and represent the Association and its members at national, state and local conferences, workshops, taskforces and training events. B. Other duties as directed by the Board of Directors. ABILITIES AND SKILLS Ability to contribute to the understanding and advancement of family life, child welfare and mental health services. Ability to accept and perform the responsibilities of the position of Chief Executive Officer as prescribed by the Board of Directors. Ability to prepare reports and to interpret the purposes, goals, and program of the Association. Ability to study and analyze trends and changing needs in child welfare and the activities of the Association and to make recommendations that will help insure continuing and active progress of the Association in achieving its goals and purposes. Ability to work as member of a team. Ability to take direction from the Board of Directors. Ability to meet deadlines. Ability to maintain and exhibit a favorable job attitude. Ability to be flexible in a changing work and policy environment. COMPENSATION Initial salary offered will be dependent on candidate’s relevant experience and proven abilities. Salary range is between $90,000 and $100,000 commensurate with abilities and experience as determined solely by the Board of Directors.Candidates must pass a background check, provide evidence of a clean driving history, and provide three work related references and references’ contact information. PAFCAF also requires a certified copy of the candidate’s most recent educational transcript. PAFCAF will conduct E-VERIFY on the person who is offered the position as required by federal law. PAFCAF reserves the right to require other materials as needed. Those interested in applying for this position must send an email, containing a cover letter to pfendley@pafcaf.org with their current resume attached.Columbia, SCPalmetto Association for Children & FamiliesN/A5062971
50046542/6/20202/6/20204/6/2020Program Officer - Children, Youth, and FamiliesThe Program Officer will manage the Foundation’s work to promote early childhood success and kindergarten readiness. The Foundation is increasingly focused on the interconnectedness between our public, private, nonprofit, and community systems, and identifying how they must work together more effectively for improved outcomes in rural communities. The Program Officer will manage and carry out a significant portion of the Foundation’s work aimed at improving outcomes for children prenatal to age 8, while contributing to the Foundation’s broader, cross-cutting efforts to strengthen supports for children, youth, and families in rural areas. Leading with a partnership orientation, the Program Officer will be charged with effectively building bridges and synergy with other key systems that impact the wellbeing of children prenatal to 8 years of age. Utilizing both responsive and directed grantmaking approaches, this portfolio includes strategies related to kindergarten readiness and early school success, including pre-school to third grade alignment, quality childcare, family supports and early literacy. This individual will work closely with other Foundation program officers and partners from overlapping issue areas to build and strengthen the systems that enable rural children, youth, and families to thrive.Please learn more about the position profile on Waldron's website and submit your application materials via Waldron’s Candidate Web Portal.Roseburg, OregonThe Ford Family Foundationhttps://waldronhr.com/searches/the-ford-family-foundation-15004654
50046542/4/20202/4/20204/4/2020PresidentReporting to the Board of Directors, the President ensures that the mission and values of FamilyMeans are fulfilled. The president creatively and effectively develops the human, programmatic, financial and physical resources of the agency in order to provide continued superior quality, client-focused, evidence-based services to those whom the agency serves.Send cover letter and resume to phanlon@familymeans.orgStillwater, MNFamilyMeanshttps://www.familymeans.org/familymeans-president.html5004654
50588492/3/20202/3/20205/31/2020Staff PsychologistJob Title: Staff Psychologist Location: National Opportunities Available (Oviedo, Florida; West Palm Beach, Florida; Omaha, Nebraska; Grand Island, Nebraska; Washington DC; Las Vegas, Nevada) Job Summary: In a career as a Staff Psychologist, you will provide families with evidenced based treatment. Many families face challenges and struggle to find the help they need when it comes to their children who are experiencing behavioral, emotional or academic concerns. Boys Town Behavioral Health Clinic psychologists are knowledgeable and committed to quality treatment for children and families. Our mission is to treat problems early, before they develop into more serious behavioral health issues. Utilizing a preventative based approach, children and families find help, healing and hope at Boys Town Behavioral Health Clinics. Responsibilities: Conducts psychological assessments and provides therapy to children and families and assists in establishing a referral base as appropriate. • Provides psychological therapeutic services to clients each week. • Meets monthly clinical productivity expectations (e.g., schedule 25-35 client appointments per week) • Conducts clinical, cognitive, and psychoeducational assessments. • Provides clinical consultation pertaining to children and families referred for services. • Assists in establishing and maintaining a referral base from Boys Town or pediatricians, schools, other treatment providers, and general community referrals. • Obtains ongoing education related to the fields of clinical psychology, behavioral pediatrics, and clinical assessment and intervention. Required Qualifications: • Ph.D. or Psy.D. in clinical, school, and/or counseling psychology. • Must have completed an APA approved internship or equivalent. • Must be a licensed (or licensable) psychologist in the state in which practicing. • Proficiency in assessing and treating a wide range of clinical concerns and diagnoses such as disruptive behavior problems, ADHD, oppositional and defiant behavior, sleep disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders and fears, motor habits, academic problems and ASDs. • Knowledge of the theories, principles and practices of psychology with an emphasis on behavioral pediatrics (primary care psychology), behavioral psychology and/or cognitive behavioral theories. • Knowledge of clinical diagnostic criteria and emotional, behavioral and developmental disorders. • Knowledge of the principles and methods of administering, scoring and interpreting a wide variety of standardized psychological tests and measures. • Skill in determining diagnoses, providing therapy, conducting evaluation, and administering standardized tests and measures. • Ability to apply psychological principles to therapeutic intervention with individuals, groups and families. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of people. • Ability to communicate in an articulate, professional manner while maintaining necessary degree of confidentiality. About Boys Town: Boys Town touches the lives of more than 2 million children and families nationwide each year. As one of the country’s largest nonprofit funded child-care organizations, Boys Town is nationally recognized for its research-proven child, health and family care programs. From our start in 1917, we’re poised to make even greater strides forward as we lead the way in changing how America cares for children, families and communities for the next 100 years. Our employees are our #1 supporters when it comes to achieving Boys Town's mission, which is why we offer an array of competitive and attractive benefit options. Unique perks to Boys Town employees and their families include health insurance, dental, vision, paid time off, flexible spending accounts, 401(k), life insurance, prescription assistance programs, tuition assistance, parenting resources from our experts and advancement opportunities within the organization, just to name a few. Working at Boys Town is more than just a job, it is a way of life. Schedule: Date Posted: Job ID: 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.Interested applicants will need to apply online by visiting our website: https://jobs.boystown.org/category/behavioral-health-jobs/197/14278/1NationwideBoys Townhttps://jobs.boystown.org/category/behavioral-health-jobs/197/14278/15058849
50588492/3/20202/3/20205/31/2020Family-Teaching Partners (Houseparents)Job Title: Family-Teaching Partners Apply Here: https://jobs.boystown.org/category/houseparent-jobs/197/14281/1 Job Summary: In a career as Family-Teaching Partners, part of giving youth a second chance is exposing them to new experiences. Youth come to the Boys Town Family Home Program for a variety of reasons – family issues, abuse, neglect, abandonment, involvement in the juvenile justice system. You come in by presenting them with opportunities in education and school involvement, giving them their first happy Thanksgiving or teaching them how faith can help them heal. We strive to give Boys Town Kids the fulfilling lives they deserve. This position can be considered for any of our locations in Washington D.C, Rhode Island, Nebraska, North Florida, Central Florida or Louisiana. **We currently have immediate needs in Louisiana, Nebraska, Washington D.C. and Rhode Island. Responsibilities: • Live on-site in a Boys Town Family Home and provide direct care for 6-8 at-risk youth through creating a safe and loving family-style living environment • Provide emotional support utilizing praise, positive feedback, affection and empathy to build one’s self-confidence and respect • Use rational problem-solving techniques to teach youth critical thinking skills, assist with behavioral problems, counsel through personal issues and provide crisis intervention • Plan, participate and provide opportunities for individual and family activities that are both educational and entertaining • Display and teach parenting, family and relationship skills to youth, legal guardians and caretakers to create family engagement • Maintain contact with both internal and external consumers agencies to obtain or provide information regarding youth’s behaviors, strategies and progress • Prepare written records for household budgeting, tracking youth progress, reporting incidents/behaviors and document youth medical needs and appointments • Teach and role model Boys Town values and ethical behaviors, as well as support and encourage participation in regular religious activities • Supervise the activities of assigned Assistant Family-Teacher to aid in their development and success • Manage the daily operating schedule of the home; assist with youth transportation needs, and overall household upkeep Benefits & Perks: • Fully-paid living expenses, which include rent, utilities, and a monthly household budget • Relocation assistance • Benefits package that includes health, dental and vision insurance; a 401K retirement plan; paid vacation and sick leave • Annual starting salary of $71,136 per couple (Dependent upon location) • Supporting youth with new traditions such as sport events, family dinner, graduation or volunteering in the community • Opportunities to earn college credit while working • Company vehicle Required Qualifications: • Be at least 21 years of age or older • High School diploma or equivalent is required, some college credit is preferred • Must possess a valid marriage certificate • Valid driver’s license with good driving record and ability to pass MVR Check • Flexibility and willingness to work a wide array of hours, which includes days, evenings, weekends and holidays • 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 • Ability to attend a 2-weeks paid training in Omaha, Nebraska About Boys Town: Boys Town touches the lives of more than 2 million children and families nationwide each year. As one of the country’s largest nonprofit funded child-care organizations, Boys Town is nationally recognized for its research-proven child, health and family care programs. From our start in 1917, we’re poised to make even greater strides forward as we lead the way in changing how America cares for children, families and communities for the next 100 years. Our employees are our #1 supporters when it comes to achieving Boys Town's mission, which is why we offer an array of competitive and attractive benefit options. Unique perks to Boys Town employees and their families include free visits to Boys Town Physicians, free prescriptions, tuition assistance, access to the campus Field House, parenting resources from our experts and advancement opportunities within the organization, just to name a few. Working at Boys Town is more than just a job, it is a way of life. 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.Interested applicants will need to apply online by visiting our website: https://jobs.boystown.org/category/houseparent-jobs/197/14281/1NationwideBoys Townhttps://jobs.boystown.org/category/houseparent-jobs/197/14281/15058849
50179321/28/20201/28/20203/2/2020School-Based Mental Helath TherapistHelp Us Change Lives: Auberle Seeks School-Based Mental Health Therapist for Bethel Park School District 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 been helping build strong individuals, families and communities. 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 21 programs to at-risk children and families. Auberle’s Behavioral Health Department provides a wide range of services to children, adolescents, adults and families. Services include psychiatric, mental health and substance abuse services through Auberle’s Outpatient Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol licenses. Auberle therapists provide a combination of individual, group, and family therapy. We are seeking a talented and compassionate individual to fill an immediate need for School-Based Mental Health Therapist in the Bethel Park School District. PA-State Licensure as LPC, LCSW, or LMFT required Accepting applicants for Full or Part-Time positions. Auberle therapists include a combination of Professional Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists and Social Workers, most of whom are licensed or 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 trainings to meet CEU requirements. 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. 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. Auberle is an Equal Opportunity Employer.Visit Auberle's website www.auberle.orgBethel Park, PAAuberlehttps://www.auberle.org5017932
50606251/28/20201/28/20204/30/2020Child Care WorkerAre you looking to work for an extraordinary mission of “Enriching Communities One Family at a Time”, while enjoying the best benefits and working environments? The Board of Child Care is where you need to be! Enjoy generous vacation and sick time; platinum level medical, dental and vision insurance; free parking and lunches; tuition reimbursement; on the job training and opportunity to earn job specific certifications; 403b matching. To view a summary of employee benefits visit www.boardofchildcare.org/careers. Take a look at the description below and apply through the link. The Board of Child Care is seeking a Child Care Worker - Afternoon/Evening Shift and Awake Overnight. The child care worker provides direct childcare services, ensures that day-to-day supervision of residents is consistent with agency standards and effectively works as a member of an interdisciplinary team.Visit our Website and complete our online applicationBaltimore MDBoard of Child Care Workerhttps://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs5060625
50606251/28/20201/28/20204/30/2020SupervisorAre you looking to work for an extraordinary mission of “Enriching Communities One Family at a Time”, while enjoying the best benefits and working environments? The Board of Child Care is where you need to be! Enjoy generous vacation and sick time; platinum level medical, dental and vision insurance; free parking and lunches; tuition reimbursement; on the job training and opportunity to earn job specific certifications; 403b matching. To view a summary of employee benefits visit www.boardofchildcare.org/careers. Take a look at the description below and apply through the link. THe Board of Child Care is looking for a Unit Supervisor. The Unit Supervisor understands and implements policies according to agency standards, works as an effective member of an interdisciplinary team, and supervises direct care staff. Provides direct childcare services, ensures that twenty four hour, seven day a week, child care services are met. Required Education and Experience Minimum Bachelor’s Degree from an Accredited College or University. Master’s Degree preferred. Minimum of one-year group child care experience.Visit our Website and complete and online application - see URL belowBaltimore MDBoard of Child Care Workerhttps://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/#op-120051-unit-supervisor5060625
50606251/28/20201/28/20204/30/2020Care Team CoordinatorAre you looking to work for an extraordinary mission of “Enriching Communities One Family at a Time”, while enjoying the best benefits and working environments? The Board of Child Care is where you need to be! Enjoy generous vacation and sick time; platinum level medical, dental and vision insurance; free parking and lunches; tuition reimbursement; on the job training and opportunity to earn job specific certifications; 403b matching. To view a summary of employee benefits visit www.boardofchildcare.org/careers. Take a look at the description below and apply through the link. The Board of Child Care is seeking a Care Team Coordinator The Care Team Coordinator provides effective leadership and management to uphold The Board of Child Care’s Trauma Informed Care Culture for clients, families, and staff. The Care Team Coordinator provides adaptive leadership through supportive coaching and mentoring to direct care, supervisory staff and social workers to inspire and encourage our workforce and promote integrity. He/She ensures the creation of strong systems and methods of performance excellence, while supporting the teams to embrace possibilities and develop creative solutions to ensure the demands of the program are exceeded. The Care Team Coordinator ensures the fidelity of the program components and ensures that systems of accountability exist to sustain the treatment expectation. The Care Team Coordinator is responsible for the outcomes of the program and is responsible to identify and problem solve when data indicates that the program is not meeting the needs of the youth and families served through identified benchmarks.Visit our website (or URL below) and complete an online applicationBaltimore MDBoard of Child Care Workerhttps://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/#op-348849-care-team-coordinator5060625
50561671/18/20201/18/20203/31/2020Housing Counselor: Homelessness Prevention (Fairfax County)Northern Virginia Family Service provides a comprehensive set of services designed to address the root cause of poverty and homelessness within the Northern Virginia area. Housing Counselors provide intake; coordinate and monitor the assessment, treatment/intervention planning process and follow-up for each client; and serve as an advocate and liaison for and on behalf of client. The Housing Counselor for homelessness prevention will provide assistance in building client self-sufficiency around family systems, housing, budgeting, employment, educational training, health, and other human services, with an emphasis on long-term economic and housing stability in keeping with the Housing 1st goals. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. Essential Job Duties: Conduct comprehensive initial screening process to determine eligibility for program services, providing assessment, intake and enrollment where appropriate. Manage a caseload of specific clients including developing Service Goal Plan, budgeting, and monitoring of client’s compliance with program rules. Conduct and document client meetings to monitor progress. Conduct phone follow-up after completion of the program. Conduct outreach and establish network of community resources and services. Make referrals to other services as needed and work with other community providers to provide collaborative services to clients. Conduct unit inspections to ensure compliance with safety and federal/funder regulations. Conduct and document home visits to document progress and ensure that clients still meet program guidelines and eligibility. Process re-certifications as per funder’s requirements. Outreach to landlords for mediation, negotiation, and tenant relations. Monitor direct assistance that can be used for financial support, rent, utility, and security deposit payments. Compile and prepare appropriate tenant/landlord contracts and landlord check request payments to ensure timely delivery. Participate in regular supervision with Program Manager by providing regular updates and preparing case presentations. Maintains client files in accordance with program requirements and NVFS guidelines. Maintain current level of knowledge on program software and other information on housing assistance programs. Comply with the Standards and Ethics for Housing Counseling Responsible for maintaining certification CEUs if certified. Qualification and Additional Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must have one of the following: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university with one (1) year of case management experience; OR Associate’s degree with at least two (2) years of related work experience; OR At least four (4) years of related work experience with no relevant education. Housing Counselor Certification a plus Fluency in English required; bilingual skills in Spanish a plus Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite required Ability to work a flexible work schedule to meet client needs Successful completion of background checks is required upon hire This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=63089b77-8501-4760-a9f6-7bca47a12194Oakton, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=63089b77-8501-4760-a9f6-7bca47a121945056167
50561671/18/20201/18/20203/31/2020Housing Counselor: Homelessness Prevention (Prince William County)Northern Virginia Family Service provides a comprehensive set of services designed to address the root cause of poverty and homelessness within the Northern Virginia area. Housing Counselors provide intake; coordinate and monitor the assessment, treatment/intervention planning process and follow-up for each client; and serve as an advocate and liaison for and on behalf of client. The Housing Counselor for homelessness prevention will provide assistance in building client self-sufficiency around family systems, housing, budgeting, employment, educational training, health, and other human services, with an emphasis on long-term economic and housing stability in keeping with the Housing 1st goals. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. Essential Job Duties: Conduct comprehensive initial screening process to determine eligibility for program services, providing assessment, intake and enrollment where appropriate. Manage a caseload of specific clients including developing Service Goal Plan, budgeting, and monitoring of client’s compliance with program rules. Conduct and document client meetings to monitor progress. Conduct phone follow-up after completion of the program. Conduct outreach and establish network of community resources and services. Make referrals to other services as needed and work with other community providers to provide collaborative services to clients. Conduct unit inspections to ensure compliance with safety and federal/funder regulations. Conduct and document home visits to document progress and ensure that clients still meet program guidelines and eligibility. Process re-certifications as per funder’s requirements. Outreach to landlords for mediation, negotiation, and tenant relations. Monitor direct assistance that can be used for financial support, rent, utility, and security deposit payments. Compile and prepare appropriate tenant/landlord contracts and landlord check request payments to ensure timely delivery. Participate in regular supervision with Program Manager by providing regular updates and preparing case presentations. Maintains client files in accordance with program requirements and NVFS guidelines. Maintain current level of knowledge on program software and other information on housing assistance programs. Comply with the Standards and Ethics for Housing Counseling Responsible for maintaining certification CEUs if certified. Qualification and Additional Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must have one of the following: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university with one (1) year of case management experience; OR Associate’s degree with at least two (2) years of related work experience; OR At least four (4) years of related work experience with no relevant education. Housing Counselor Certification a plus Fluency in English required; bilingual skills in Spanish a plus Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite required Ability to work a flexible work schedule to meet client needs Successful completion of background checks is required upon hire This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=95ce09c5-bc1a-4cd5-b0dc-3eb8e5245817Manassas, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=95ce09c5-bc1a-4cd5-b0dc-3eb8e52458175056167
50582851/10/20201/10/20202/10/2020Director, Placement StabilityPOSITION: Director, Placement Stability DEPARTMENT: Kansas Foster Care Pay Grade: 9 Salary: 55,410.43 - 70,648.30 Annually (Starting salary depends on education and experience) RESPONSIBILITIES: The Director of Placement Stability is responsible for overseeing the Placement Finding Unit, Assessment and Engagement Unit, Family Support Unit, 30 Days to Family Program, Afterhours Team and the Special Response team. The Director is ultimately responsible for providing strategic leadership of programs and services. Key job duties include working collaboratively with other leaders within other departments of the organization to ensure positive interface in support of the organization’s mission and priorities, specifically in pursuing funding opportunities, understanding billing, writing and submitting bids for contract/grant opportunities and reporting to funders and ensuring program goals are met. The Director must have excellent technology skills and the ability to be innovative in using technology to provide the most cost-and time efficient social services to children and families. Strong financial management skills as well as strong skills in direct service delivery are required competencies in this role. QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires strong knowledge of Kansas needs and systems as it pertains to social, health, mental health & education is essential. Must have the minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work required. Advanced/Master’s degree preferred from an accredited university in in Social Work or related field, which includes the following: Community Counseling, Human Development, Child and Family Development, Applied Family and Youth Studies, Public Health, Health Sciences, Trauma Studies, Sociology/Social Services, Substance Abuse/Addictions, Education/Early Childhood, or Psychology. Licensed by the Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board to practice in Kansas (LMSW, LSCSW, Professional Counselor, etc.) highly preferred. The ideal candidate will have contributed substantially to new grant/contract funded child welfare programs from concept to successful implementation and operation. Must pass background check, physical and drug screening. This position also requires a valid driver’s license and proof of current vehicle insurance. BENEFITS: Cornerstones of Care offers full-time employees a competitive benefits package, including: medical/dental/vision coverage; prescription coverage; accident insurance; short-term disability; health savings account (HSA); flexible spending account (FSA); paid time off; retirement (401K); and Public Service Loan Forgiveness. To view a detailed Summary of Benefits please visit our website at www.cornerstonesofcare.org and under the heading “About Us” click on “Join Our Team.”Please complete an online application at www.cornerstonesofcare.orgKansas City, KSCornerstones of Carewww.cornerstonesofcare.org5058285
50561671/9/20201/9/20203/31/2020Bilingual Mental Health Counselor (unlicensed), Violence Prevention/Intervention ProgramThe Violence Prevention and Intervention Program (VPIP) Mental Health Counselor will provide community-based therapeutic services (individual, family, and group) to low-income individuals and families with multicultural and trauma backgrounds as part of a holistic, neighborhood based intervention and prevention team consisting of case managers, therapists, and program management. This position provides clinical supervision towards licensure. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. The Violence Prevention and Intervention Program (VPIP) of NVFS utilizes a highly effective, trauma-informed, culturally relevant service model to provide multi-modal “neighborhood based-school connected” services designed to ensure that at-risk immigrant youth and families are able to thrive in their chosen communities; succeed academically and socially; and that the communities themselves are equipped to prevent future community and family violence. The complex issues facing low income minority families living in high crime, high poverty neighborhoods require a comprehensive prevention, intervention and therapeutic approach that centers on youth in the context of the family and community. A menu of services tailored to the needs of the community, are offered in the targeted neighborhoods of Culmore, Annandale and Herndon to reduce family and community violence. Essential Job Duties: Provide individual, family and group therapy services for a culturally diverse population of adolescents and their families who have experienced trauma and violence in their homes, communities, and/or countries of origin including gang violence, community violence, sexual assault, and family violence, as well as families struggling with reunification after an immigration separation. Collaborate with VPIP Case Manager to ensure holistic service provision. Provide workshops and groups in schools and community-based settings. Ensure that service delivery is performed in accordance with the NVFS mission, agency policies and procedures, case management model, and project requirements. Perform other indirect service activities that may include: program development, community outreach, or Agency committee work. Prepare statistical and narrative reports as required. Participate in regular individual (administrative and clinical) and group supervisions as directed by Supervisor. Assure confidentiality policies and procedures are followed to protect the rights of clients, that reports to authorities occur in the mandated time frames, and that critical incident reviews related to these procedures are completed and filed. Maintain client files in accordance with program/licensing requirements and NVFS guidelines. Participate effectively and positively in required Program and Agency meetings and trainings. Qualification and Additional Requirements: Master's degree in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Counseling required 1-2 years of post-graduate clinical experience in trauma focused psychotherapy such as: work with torture survivors; victims of sexual offenses, domestic violence or any other trauma survivors Experience providing services to immigrants and recently reunified families and adolescents Fluency in Spanish and English required Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite Successful completion of background checks and TB test, is required upon hire May be called upon to work beyond normal working hours. Must be able to travel to client homes and schools to provide services Must be comfortable with undesirable home conditions and being around sick children This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=f8ed553f-006d-4fac-bd0a-25a43d8d7cd3Oakton and Herndon, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=f8ed553f-006d-4fac-bd0a-25a43d8d7cd35056167
50561671/9/20201/9/20203/31/2020Case Manager, Vehicles for ChangeNVFS’ Vehicles for Change program provides qualifying, low-income families with reliable transportation so that they may readily access more job and school opportunities. The program’s goal is to enable clients to achieve the financial and personal independence that comes from owning a vehicle. Vehicles for Change, our partner organization based in the metropolitan Baltimore, MD area, provides donated vehicles which are repaired and made road-ready in partnership with local garages. The Vehicles for Change (VFC) Case Manager is responsible for the VFC program from start to finish. Specifically, the Case Manager works with community partners for program referrals, conducts intake with clients via phone and email, coordinates and monitors the application process and provides follow-up after vehicle distribution to track outcomes, manage service requests and collect any on-going vehicle payments from the clients. In parallel, the Case Manager communicates and coordinates regularly with NVFS’ partner organization, Vehicles for Change, who provides donated vehicles. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. Essential Job Duties: Conduct outreach with community partners to manage the inflow of program applicants as necessary. Respond to client inquires and provide VFC program information over the phone and via email. Conduct initial screenings to determine eligibility for program services. Provide assessments of application & supporting documentation, intake and needed follow up as required to enroll clients into VFC. Most client communication is conducted over the phone and through email. Make referrals or provide resources for clients to other services as needed. Review applications and prepare summaries of loan packages for presentation to Loan Review Committee. Act as main point of contact and coordinator to VFC; establish close working relationship with VFC; serve as an advocate on behalf of clients and ensure vehicle quality prior to distribution. Monitor, evaluate and report on client progress by surveying clients on a regular basis. Provide follow-up with customers in repayment as necessary to improve repayment rate and decrease defaults. Prepare data for monthly and quarterly service activity report. Respond to and coordinate vehicle service requests both through the VFC warranty as well as direct assistance requests to NVFS. Participate in regular supervision with Program Director by providing regular updates and preparing case presentations as necessary. Maintains client files in accordance with program requirements and NVFS guidelines. Maintain current level of knowledge on program software and other information on loan assistance programs. Qualification and Additional Requirements: High school diploma or GED required; some college a plus Three (3) years related work experience preferred, including customer/client service experience, transactional work requiring high attention to detail and/or case management Experience working with high barrier, low-income families a plus Knowledge of and ability to provide financial counseling on client’s financial situation in relation to making car payments (i.e. making monthly payments vs. lump sum payment of car) Fluency in written and spoken English required Must be comfortable with communicating with clients heavily over the phone and through email. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite Successful completion of background checks required upon hire This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=0fcbb2d5-1225-40fa-b2c9-ddd20c8a862bOakton, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=0fcbb2d5-1225-40fa-b2c9-ddd20c8a862b5056167
50588491/9/20201/9/20201/25/2020Financial OfficerJob Title: Financial Officer Location: West Palm Beach, Florida Job Summary: In a career at Boys Town as our Site Financial Officer, you are often the backbone of Boys Town's success when it comes to ensuring our operations are running successfully and smoothly. You aren't just a supporting player, but someone that others can count on when it comes to innovations to benefit the organization and our mission. No matter the role you play at Boys Town, you contribute to helping us change the future of America's youth. Responsibilities: Develops and implements finance related short-term objectives and long-term goals of assigned Site consistent with organizational goals. Develops and institutes initiatives in line with strategic objectives and goals. Coordinates activities of the major program areas and adapts and revises strategic plans as necessary. Assumes responsibility for Site financial and business systems; oversees financial operation of the Site and ensures compliance with local, state, and federal contract regulations and licensing requirements. Solicits, evaluates, and selects methods, materials, and suppliers for maintenance based on quality and price. Provides monthly budget analysis and financial contract reviews. Prepares and monitors the cost center budgets and expenditures. Hires, manages, and evaluates assigned personnel. Collaborates with the national office to coordinate the purchase or lease of, and then payment for, all goods and services at the Site. Monitors the billing, collection, and deposit of program, grant, and other revenues; reviews monthly departmental finance reports. Oversees safety and maintenance for Site facilities including ensuring facility and vehicle repairs occur in a timely manner and emergency evacuation plans are reviewed. Interfaces with local fire and facility inspectors and contracts with outside vendors for necessary repairs. Keeps the National Office (e.g., Maintenance, Youth Care Finance Office, Risk Management) apprised of these results. Establishes and maintains contractual agreements related to plumbing, roofing, general contracting, appliance repairs, pool maintenance and repair, and grounds maintenance; maintains contracts for fire extinguisher testing and tagging and fire systems and alarm testing services. Required Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, or equivalent. 3 to 5 years of experience including financial management; purchasing and IT experience is preferred. CPA preferred. Knowledge of strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, and coordination of people and resources in a non-profit organization. Knowledge of organizational strategies and ability to apply those strategies in practice. High level of professionalism and interpersonal skills. Excellent critical thinking, analytical, and problem-solving skills. Ability to communicate with individuals at all levels in the organization and with external contacts in an articulate, professional manner while maintaining necessary degree of confidentiality. Ability to successfully lead a team of associates. Knowledge of financial practices, principles, and regulatory requirements. Computer skills in Microsoft Office. Ability to successfully manage the quality and content of all financial data, reporting, and audit coordination for either a division or significant program area. Ability to set priorities, multi-task, and switch focus in a fast-paced environment. Keen analytic, organization, and problem-solving skills which support and enable sound decision making. Ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders. About Boys Town South Florida: Building brighter futures at Boys Town South Florida since 1991, we have grown our services and programs to touch the lives of 17,000 children and families in the sunshine state each year. The opportunity to shape the future of America’s youth is only one of the many perks here at Boys Town South Florida. Our hub is located in sunny West Palm Beach, and we are just steps away from all the best that South Florida has to offer! With beaches, shopping, arts and culture, Major League Baseball and college sports of all kinds there is no end to the ways to enjoy your off-work hours. Our Boys Town family is important to us, and we make sure to support our team through a staff and family picnic, chili cook-off and of course some friendly competition with game night! We might even surprise you with a teambuilding exercise at the local escape room. The culture of Boys Town South Florida is committed our current and future leaders through tuition assistance, scholarship opportunities and the ability to participate in a variety of professional development courses. About Boys Town: Boys Town touches the lives of more than 2 million children and families nationwide each year. As one of the country’s largest nonprofit funded child-care organizations, Boys Town is nationally recognized for its research-proven child, health and family care programs. From our start in 1917, we’re poised to make even greater strides forward as we lead the way in changing how America cares for children, families and communities for the next 100 years. Schedule: Full Time Date Posted: January 7, 2020 Job ID: 14936 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.https://jobs.boystown.org/job/west-palm-beach/financial-officer/197/14780635West Palm Beach, FloridaBoys Townhttps://jobs.boystown.org/job/west-palm-beach/financial-officer/197/147806355058849
50046541/8/20201/8/20203/8/2020Executive DirectorAs the only domestic violence organization in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, A Woman's Place (AWP) provides comprehensive free, private, and confidential service, support, education, outreach, and advocacy to victims of domestic violence and their children and the community. Founded in 1976, A Woman’s Place is dedicated to the empowerment of women and to ending intimate and domestic violence for all. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director provides leadership and direction to the staff and is responsible for the overall administration and operations of the organization including programming, fundraising, fiscal management, community relations, Board relations and strategic planning implementation. The Executive Director provides direction, goal setting and leadership to staff members, managing the operations and the activities of the staff while serving as the face of the organization building relationships within the community in order to promote the organization and its mission. Providing leadership and information to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will assist the Board in fulfilling its responsibilities in the areas of policy, governance, finance, fundraising and planning. Qualified candidates will have a minimum of seven (7) years of increasingly responsible management and administrative experience in nonprofit organizations preferably in domestic violence services or related programs including human/social services, healthcare, housing, education, or substance abuse. Proven skills and experience in communicating and working with a Board of Directors, committees, and Board members. The successful candidate will have an appreciation and passion for the mission of AWP and the individuals it serves. Must have extensive experience in program development and implementation, including budget oversight and human resource management. She/he must be a visionary, collaborative, decisive leader and outstanding communicator who clarifies goals, builds teams and cultivates trust while at the same time demands accountability. Experience in fundraising and managing a complex structure of government contracts. Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred. Must be willing and able to travel regionally including trips to Harrisburg and work some nights and weekends as required. For a complete position description, listing of qualifications and additional information on AWP, visit our website at www.lambertassoc.com. Qualified candidates may send resume and salary history to: Cathy McGeever Lambert & Associates 222 S Manoa Road, Suite 201 Havertown, PA 19083 cfmcgeever@lambertassoc.com EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR A WOMAN’S PLACE DOYLESTOWN, PAQualified candidates may send resume and salary history to: Lambert & Associates, Cathy McGeever cfmcgeever@lambertassoc.comDoylestown, PAA Woman's Placehttps://www.lambertassoc.com5004654