Posted on August 8, 2012
Site Director of Service Integration
Community Partnership for Families
Community Partnership for Families - Site Director of Service Integration
Position: Site Director of Service Integration
Report to: Executive Director
Hours: 40 hours per week, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., may require some evening and/or weekend work.
At-Will Employment: You are free to terminate your employment with the Community Partnership for Families (CPF) at any time, with or without reason, and the CPF has the right to terminate your employment or the employment of others at any time, with or without reason.
Although CPF may choose to terminate employment for cause, cause is not required. This is called "at will" employment. Most jobs at CPF are funded by variety of grants, programs, endowment sources. Continued employment is contingent upon receipt of those funds.
DESCRIPTION: The site coordinators have primary responsibility for the coordination and management of services, activities, and opportunities for children and families and other residents served through the partnership's neighborhood centers. This is a complex, demanding position that requires a high level of performance in three over-lapping areas: community relations and outreach, Center administration, and the integration of services across multiple disciplines and sectors.
Essential functions may include, but are not limited to:
- Oversee designated family resource center including all aspects of facility management.
- Ensure that services are responsive to local needs and priorities.
- Provide a center with a welcoming atmosphere with appropriate work space and supportive facilities.
- Engage a broad cross-section of community members in the life of the center.
- Provide administrative and staff support for the community collaborative.
- Function as a liaison between the Partnership and its partner agencies and the residents served.
- Coordinate the use of workstations and meeting rooms.
- Ensure appropriate security at the facility.
- Oversee the development and ongoing administration of results based accountability framework and related quality assurance measures.
- Facilitate team meetings to ensure support of professional and Para-professional staff.
- Ensure joint case management, case findings and referrals, and joint service delivery is conducted in a timely, appropriate, family-supportive manner.
- Work with staff, supervisors and agency executives so that center policies and procedures are clear, fair and in conformance with those who work in the center.
- Participate in the training and orientation of family resource center staff, including the development of training materials and team – building efforts.
- Assists in the development and maintenance of the Partnership/neighborhood center management information and evaluation system
- Works with public and private agency to address system issue related to the integration of service in each site.
- Attends meeting of the neighborhood coalitions and advisory boards and works with these groups to make sure that services reflect the needs and priorities of each geographic service area.
- Work with partners ranging from county, state and federal organizations including small grass roots organizations.
- Support grant writing efforts and report to grantors as needed.
- Develop site budget.
- Other tasks as assigned
- Possess a strong commitment to the Partnership's mission, to system change, and a willingness to take associated risks.
- Demonstrated professional interest in working with grassroots organizations, resident organizations, and neighborhood groups.
- Demonstrated management skills to include supervision of other as a part of a team.
- Able to work independently
- Able to work with staff and leadership in a collaborative environment.
- Strategic planning skills including organization and prioritizing.
- Ability to work under pressure.
- Demonstrated communication skills including writing, speaking and facilitation.
- Administrative skills to include working with budgets and spreadsheets.
- Demonstrated skills office and computer skills to conduct business.
- Able to be flexible with work schedule and request.
- Willing to learn.
- Must provide own transportation and have a valid driver’s license and provide proof of insurance.
- Must pass a background check.
Bachelors Degree in social work, psychology, business administration and 4 year experience working with non-profits or related area or Associate 7 year s with experience working in multi¬ cultural settings or neighborhood-based service initiatives.
Fund-raising and resource development experience.
Employee in this position must have the ability to:
- Sit for extended periods of time.
- Stand and walk for a long period of time, bend over, reach overhead, grasp, push, pull and move, lift and/or carry at least 30 pounds to waist height.
- Enter data into a computer terminal/typewriter, operate standard office equipment, and us a telephone.
- See and read a computer screen and printed matter with or without vision aids
- Hear and understand speed at normal levels and on the telephone.
- Employees in this position will be required to work indoors in a standard office environment, outdoor activities such as outreach to target neighborhoods and schools, and direct contact with CPF’s staff, other agencies and the public.
- Able to travel occasionally in the Bay Areas or to other states for meetings and events related to duties, during the morning, day and evening or weekend hours.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
SALARY: $44,000 - $60,000 DOE
CPF offers a competitive salary, retirement, leave and medical benefits package. Salary will be commensurate with experience. For the ideal candidate, we will consider flexible hours, some telecommuting and/or a part-time commitment
CPF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please submit all resumes and inquires to Qin Huang at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 9:00am on Monday, August 20, 2012