PACT Hawaii
Job Details
PROGRAM : Early Intervention and Family Strengthening Services Programs
JOB TITLE : Assistant Program Director
COMPENSATION : * To be discussed during interview
CLOSING DATE : Nov 30, 2017
*All resumes with cover letter must be submitted by the specified closing date.
DESCRIPTION : We are searching for an Assistant Program Director who will lead in the overall management of child abuse and neglect intervention programs through planning, implementation, oversight and reporting tasks. Our ideal candidate possesses strong leadership skills and the ability to inspire and motivate program staff in a creative, resourceful, and supportive manner and ensure program practices and intervention strategies are rooted in current best practice principles. What you will be doing: • Plans, administers, provides oversight, monitors and evaluates assigned services and programs. Keeps the Program Director informed about the status of assigned programs. Provides clinical back-up to Program Supervisors and teams. • Coordinates and ensures the appropriate delivery of child abuse and neglect intervention services to medium to high risk families with children ages birth to 17 years old. Monitors the quality of services to all families. Provides direct services to clients when needed. • Approves and assigns intakes of families to the team. Provides leadership to the program staff and assumes all the responsibilities of a supervisor for the staff reporting directly to this position, including orienting and training new staff. • Ensures that programs are operating in a manner consistent with standards and guidelines established by funders, regulations, and the policies and procedures of the agency and program. • Ensures that program objectives are met, including fiscal requirements, and that reports for accountability are submitted in a timely manner to the Program Director. • Develops and maintains effective working relationships with funders, collaborators, state agencies, other service providers, and related groups; attending required trainings and meetings as appropriate. • Works in conjunction with the Program Director to implement, analyze, and evaluate the effectiveness of existing programs and to devise strategies for improvement. Ensures that the Program’s quality activities support the agency’s Performance and Quality Improvement Plan. Education / Training / Experience Requirements: • Master’s degree in social work, health, or a human services field, preferred. Bachelor’s degree in social work, health, or a human services field, required. • Three (3) or more years’ experience working with child abuse and neglect, including domestic violence and substance abuse, required. • Two (2) or more year’s supervisory experience in health and/or human services is required.