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Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Community Services
Milwaukee, WI
Posted: 22 May 2017

Supervises the delivery of service to clients in core service programs. Handles day-to-day program operations, quality improvement initiatives, staff development, and program and staff performance monitoring. This position also provides therapeutic services to youth and their families.



Neighborhood House
Portland, OR
Posted: 11 May 2017

Through dynamic and strategic leadership, the executive director inspires and guides the organization in achieving its mission and meeting evolving community needs. The ED has primary responsibility for executing all activities and programs of Neighborhood House in accordance with the goals and policies established by the board of directors. The executive director is supervised by the board of directors through the president of the board.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Community Relations / Partnership Development / Advocacy

  • Serves as the lead ambassador for the organization and a champion of people living in poverty in Portland, communicating about the impacts of poverty, Neighborhood House, and its programs in a way that is compelling and in compliance with Neighborhood House policies, procedures, strategic goals, and current messaging.
  • Maintains and develops a broad spectrum of individual, private sector, and government relationships at the local, state, and national levels that lead to increased awareness of Neighborhood House and increased partnerships and resources for Neighborhood House, improving the organization’s reach, quality and volume of services, funding, and efficiency.
  • Speaks publicly to large and small audiences in a compelling way.
  • Participates in local, regional, and state committees, councils, advisory boards, and community groups, representing Neighborhood House programs, positions, and constituents.
  • Keeps the board, staff, and key stakeholders apprised of current legislation and industry developments that affect Neighborhood House’s ability to raise and allocate essential resources.

Fundraising and Communications

  • Cultivates relationships with key individual donors and business partners, in collaboration with the associate director for development and communications and board members.
  • Oversees the development and implementation of annual and long-term fundraising plans to increase resources and grow the organization.
  • Develops and maintains relationships with public and private funding sources to position the organization well for successfully receiving funding.
  • Ensures the development and implementation of an annual communications plan that reinforces the organization’s fundraising, program delivery, and advocacy efforts.

Financial and Administrative Management

  • Provides leadership to ensure the financial sustainability of Neighborhood House.
  • In partnership with the director of finance and associate director for development and communications, leads the strategic development of a diversified funding base that supports organizational and community priorities.
  • Ensures the organization produces sound budgets and sends timely financial statements to the board of directors.
  • Works closely with the finance committee and board of directors to monitor financial health and provides strategic financial direction.
  • Ensures compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local rules and regulations governing the operation of nonprofit agencies and the use of government funding.
  • Ensures there are clear, up-to-date crisis management policies and procedures in place and that the appropriate people are trained to comply.
  • Ensures effective financial management through selection and supervision of qualified financial management and other administrative staff members who are directly responsible for establishing and maintaining effective systems.

Organizational Culture / Staff Leadership / Equity and Inclusion

  • Hires, supervises, supports, and sets clear expectations for director-level staff members.
  • Ensures the management team works effectively together and provides collaborative, strategic leadership for the organization.
  • Works in partnership with the management team to maximize staff morale and productivity and create opportunities for employee development, advancement, and growth.
  • Works with staff to create an organizational culture that embodies the organization’s values, promotes diversity and equity, is welcoming and inclusive to all, and ensures the organization provides culturally appropriate services.
  • Serves as a role model for how to create a positive and engaging work environment.

Board of Directors

  • Provides support to board members to enable them to fulfill their responsibilities and successfully govern the organization. Provides data, information, and expertise to support the board in making strategic, governance, and policy decisions.
  • Works with the board of directors to ensure all members feel included and can meaningfully participate in all board meetings and activities.
  • Participates in board meetings and on board committees as requested.
  • Works with the board of directors to recruit and maintain an active and committed group of board members.
  • Collaborates with the board of directors to regularly evaluate and revise as necessary the organization’s policies.
  • Clearly communicates the needs and major accomplishments of the organization to the board both verbally and in written reports and data.

Program Management

  • Ensures the provision of quality, mission-driven, results-oriented programming that maximizes resources.
  • Promotes and supports the delivery of culturally appropriate services.

Strategic Planning and Implementation

  • Collaborates with the board of directors to regularly evaluate and revise as necessary the organization’s mission, vision, and values.
  • In conjunction with the board of directors and staff, leads the development, implementation, evaluation, and maintenance of a strategic plan.
  • In conjunction with staff, ensures that annual work plans are developed and implemented to meet the goals set forth in the strategic plan.
  • Oversees the research, analysis, and implementation of new initiatives. This could include social enterprise and other fee-for-service opportunities, which the board is interested to pursue.

Other Responsibilities

  • Creates, maintains, and complies with the organization’s policies and procedures and ensures all employees do so, as well.
  • Fulfills other duties as assigned by the board of directors.


Eckerd
Oklahoma City, OK
Posted: 10 May 2017

Eckerd seeks a therapeutic foster care clinical supervisor to supervise therapeutic foster care therapists, guiding them to meet quality assurance requirements. The position ensures program therapists meet required standards of contract and Eckerd policies, and that documentation meets all reporting needs of county, state, and Eckerd on a weekly, monthly, and quarterly basis. Carries a caseload of up to five cases.

Other responsibilities:

  • Provides weekly supervision for therapists to assure adherence to required principles and processes per Oklahoma Department of Human Services and Eckerd standards.
  • Carries the required minimum caseload at all times. It is expected that families will be seen in the home a minimum of once weekly.
  • Creates staff development plans and evaluates therapists per Eckerd requirements.
  • Provides support targeting systemic barriers to treatment success.
  • Maintains documentation and updates for credentialing and reassessment of assigned therapeutic foster care homes.
  • Assures availability of clinical and administrative support to clinicians 24 hours per day, seven days per week.


Auberle
Pittsburgh, PA
Posted: 3 May 2017

We are seeking a talented and compassionate individual to fill an immediate need for a SAP Liaison/D&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 SAP Liaison role will involve providing part-time hours in a school setting to help connect children/families with needed supports to promote educational success. The Drug & Alcohol Therapist role will consist of providing part-time hours at Auberle’s 412 Youth Zone serving adolescents and young adults up to 24 years old who are struggling with issues tied to substance abuse and/or addiction.



Auberle
Pittsburgh, PA
Posted: 3 May 2017

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
Pittsburgh, PA
Posted: 3 May 2017

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.



Auberle
Pittsburgh, PA
Posted: 3 May 2017

We are seeking a creative, caring individual to fill an immediate opening for a Program Manager in our GOAL (Group Oriented Adolescent Living) Semi-Independent Residential Program.

The GOAL Program is a structured group home within the community that provides life skills, social skills, service planning and support for young men ages 16-20. The primary goal is to prepare the youth for return to their home community or to independent living. This position requires a flexible schedule including evenings and occasional weekends.

The Program Manager provides the central leadership and oversight of a safe, trauma-informed structured program designed to meet the needs of the adolescent male population. This position directly supervises all youth care workers assigned to the program and is responsible for the performance, training and professional development of assigned staff. On-call duties are required in a weekly rotation among nine leaders.



Pittsburgh, PA
Posted: 2 May 2017

Auberle is currently seeking a Housing Resource Coordinator to implement and coordinate a Rapid Re-Housing Program. This position works collaboratively with the Auberle leadership team, representatives from Allegheny County Department of Human Services, the Allegheny County Housing Advisory Board (HAB), HUD Continuum of Care (CoC) representatives and others as needed.

This individual is responsible to identify housing opportunities, establish working relationships with landlords and manage all program operations and budget. This Coordinator reports to the 412 Youth Zone Director in the Wood Street Commons in Pittsburgh. This leadership position will also coordinate/manage future housing programming opportunities via additional housing grants and contracts. The Housing Resource Coordinator serves as a support to all Auberle programming by providing housing expertise and assistance.



Auberle
Pittsburgh, PA
Posted: 6 Apr 2017

The Development Department is a highly effective team that works to raise awareness, funds and friends to adequately advance the mission of Auberle. The Volunteer, Marketing and Communications Coordinator supports agency marketing and communication efforts while maintaining a consistent volunteer program that supports the needs of the organization. This position reports to the Director of Development/Director of Special Projects and the CEO.

The Volunteer, Marketing and Communications Coordinator is a highly energetic individual that plays a large role in maintaining our volunteer program and assists the Marketing, Communications and Events Manager. This position requires strong management and organizational skills and the ability to:

  • Support the Development Department to ensure departmental goals are met through positive and productive interaction with current and prospective volunteers; help achieve department overall and unrestricted fundraising goals.
  • Demonstrate effective communication skills and works to develop, administer, and review policies and procedures which guide the volunteer program to reflect the overall mission of the organization
  • Plan and implement volunteer recognition activities to recognize the contribution of volunteers to the organization.
  • Communicate with the Marketing, Communications and Events Manager to manage various marketing efforts, including, but not limited to creating e-mail blasts, publishing blog posts, developing content for social media and website.
  • Be the first point of entry for individual and corporate cultivation efforts and act as a contributing member of the Development Department.


Auberle
Pittsburgh, PA
Posted: 6 Apr 2017

The Development Department is a highly effective team that works to raise awareness and funds to adequately advance the mission of Auberle. The Development Associate plays an important role by executing foundation requests, annual appeals, strategies to steward relationships with investors and participating in all fundraising activities, including marketing, communications and events. This position reports to the Director of Special Projects/Development.

The Development Associate is a self-motivated team player that assists the Development Department in fulfilling the development activities of the organization. This position requires strong writing skills and the ability to:

  • Support the Director of Development to ensure departmental goals are met through positive and productive interaction; helps team achieve overall and unrestricted fundraising goals.
  • Demonstrate strong writing skills and serve as principal grant writer including, but not limited to, conducting preliminary research on prospective corporate, foundation and federal funding opportunities, prepare proposals and follow-up reports and maintain all foundation files.
  • Communicate and participate in all stewardship activities to recognize all donors, as agreed upon with the Director of Development, to drive their cultivation and engagement with Auberle.
  • Be a contributing member of the Development Department.


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