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Richmond, VA
Posted: 23 Jun 2017

Have you tapped your inner super-hero yet?

Relentlessly pursuing solutions. Untying knotty problems with our community partners. That’s UMFS.

Sound like hard work? Absolutely! If it also sounds fun and soul-satisfying, apply right now.

What do you need to work here?
1. A "can-do" attitude. We really mean this, that’s why it’s first.
2. Passion. Enough said.
3. A sense of community. Want in? Come join us!

UMFS is seeking an experienced and clinically-minded leader to administer, organize, and direct our therapeutic children's residential program on our Richmond campus. LCSW or LPC required.

Summary

Administers, organizes, and directs all aspects of the Child and Family Healing Center, a Level C Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility. Provides leadership for this campus based PRTF in a family friendly and healing environment for youth with various mental health and developmental needs, and often with trauma histories. 

Milwaukee Center for Independence
Milwaukee, WI
Posted: 20 Jun 2017

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the President & CEO is responsible for the overall leadership of the organization to ensure delivery of the highest quality services. The President & CEO supervises and participates in all activities pertinent to the financial viability of MCFI; presents and engages formally and informally to funders, public officials and others whose engagement in the organization is important to its success; articulates the organization’s core strengths and its vision for the future; establishes an organizational culture and behavior of trust and collaboration; operates from a client-driven perspective; embraces the challenge of maximizing the potential of individuals with developmental disabilities; in close coordination with the Board, directs, manages and evaluates the ongoing financial and operational priorities of MCFI; supervises the development and implementation of plans and programs by monitoring performance and evaluation tools and standards used to determine effectiveness; approves and prepares reports submitted to the state, county, federal and other regulatory agencies; and oversees staff, sets performance expectations and drives the positive culture of the organization.

The candidate we seek will be a proven and effective servant leader with a passion for the mission of MCFI. We seek a leader who has been a catalyst in fulfilling an agency's vision. This entrepreneurial individual would bring leadership characterized by a visionary outlook, the ability to garner broad community support, sound business and management acumen, the propensity to increase the visibility of the organization, and to carry forward major new projects and programs.

We seek a charismatic and relational leader who is mission-focused and dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals with disabilities and special needs. An affinity for the creation and delivery of “cradle to grave” programs and services for individuals with disabilities must be evident through previous experiences. We seek a leader who communicates the agency's mission with enthusiasm. Candidates for this position must have proven leadership qualities to bring vision, direction, a collaborative atmosphere and inspiration to an organization.

The ability to relate to a wide variety of constituents including elected officials, municipal, state and federal bureaucracies, businesses, civic groups, donors, neighbors, regulators and advocates is essential. Successful candidates will have the ability to establish and maintain strong collaborative relationships with funders, potential donors and other sources of financial support.

Given the unique and diverse revenue streams at the organization, the ideal candidate will demonstrate a proven track record of successfully negotiating large, complex, contractual agreements in both the public and private sectors. An understanding of and experience navigating the complexities of an organization of similar size, scope and budget is highly desired. A proven ability to hire, coach, and lead employees in multiple locations as an effective team of closely coordinated, highly professional, self-accountable staff members is a must.

Of critical importance is the candidate’s ability to transform ideas into specific, goal-driven program outcomes. The successful candidate will have demonstrated skills in operations and business management. Candidates must have proven success in providing mission-driven services utilizing sound business principles. Direct fundraising experience is a plus. Experience making strategic decisions in program design, development, and management in pursuit of board goals is expected.

Alliance for Strong Families and Communities
Milwaukee, WI
Posted: 20 Jun 2017

In partnership with the SVP, the Manager, Network Growth and Engagement is responsible for planning, organizing, and leading all of Alliance’s network growth strategies including, but not limited to, the creation & execution of a focused member recruiting strategy, pipeline and forecast management & reporting, and cultivation of relationships for the benefit of the Alliance and its member organizations.

Successful candidates will be expected to exhibit individual initiative, work independently and collaboratively, and effectively communicate with members, peers, co-workers, and partners.

Responsibilities:

  • Utilizing qualitative and quantitative data, create and execute a business development strategy for network growth, supported by the execution of an annual strategic action network marketing and sales plan that is in alignment with the Alliance Theory of Change and vision.
  • Direct the on-boarding of all new members, including, but not limited to in-person or virtual orientation sessions with the executive leadership teams of member network organizations. Lead continuous process improvement efforts to our on-boarding, orientation and engagement practices. Oversee a process of re-orientation and engagement strategies for existing network members in collaboration with the existing relationship management model, particularly where there is an executive transition, limited member engagement, determination of at-risk status.
  • Assume relationship management responsibilities for a portfolio of network members. Continuously improve network relationship management processes and procedures. Use this knowledge and experience to expand the new member recruitment strategy
  • Serve as a Relationship Manager role model and mentor for other Relationship Managers within the Alliance.
  • Establish rigorous and well documented processes for data collection that will provide real time intelligence about our members and partners; deliver “radar” and trends insights to our knowledge management system;
  • Lead and collaborate with the relationship management team to develop and execute customized engagement (account) plans for members based on the Commitments as applicable, using direct interaction with member executives and staff; the Commitments assessment tool if applicable; analysis of publicly available data; and other pertinent information to match specific members with timely and relevant opportunities aligned to our Theory of Change. This will represent our core retention strategy.
  • Hire, coach, develop and provide oversight and direction to the network engagement team.
  • Interact with, cultivate and utilize our Board of Directors, CEO Council members, other network members, vendors and partners as effective ambassadors for the organization for retention & growth.
Alliance for Strong Families and Communities
Milwaukee, WI
Posted: 20 Jun 2017

Reporting to the Director of Development, the Fund Development Coordinator will help to advance our national public and private grants program; coordinate annual unrestricted appeals; manage and maintain the donor management system; and provide development resources and opportunities to our national network of health and human services organizations.

Successful candidates will be expected to exhibit individual initiative, work independently and collaboratively, and effectively communicate with customers, peers, co-workers, and partners.

Responsibilities:

  • Participate in planning and implementing the yearly fundraising strategic plan.
  • Assist the Director of Development in the development and oversight of processes and procedures that advance the Alliance annual and strategic plans, including grants policy and donor recognition procedure protocols.
  • Coordinate and manage annual appeals, including employee, board and individual annual giving.
  • Develop and maintain strong working relationships with program staff to obtain information for major gifts, potential donors, funding proposals, grant-funded program updates, and compliance reports.
  • Identify new sources of individual, corporate, foundation and grant support.
  • Coordinate, develop and/or revise corporate, foundation and individual solicitation materials, including presentations, cultivation materials and grant proposals.
  • Draft donor correspondence, including fundraising and acknowledgement letters.
  • Maintain donor files and donor database to ensure complete prospect records and accurate and timely recording and acknowledgement of all gifts received; produce regular donor reports.
  • Work with program and marketing communications staff to ensure production of regular news releases and materials to highlight grant activities and major gifts of the Alliance.
  • In conjunction with the Director of Development, develop announcements, website content, and/or other related materials highlighting grant opportunities for Alliance members.
  • With the Director of Development, staff the Alliance Network Organizational Advancement Resource Solutions Committee and maintain web-based development resources for the Alliance member network.
  • Other responsibilities or special projects as requested. 
Milwaukee, WI
Posted: 1 Jun 2017

FEI seeks an ambitious candidate with postgraduate experience to join a behavioral health team of EAP and crisis management professionals providing account management services to corporate and government organizations.

Responsibilities:

  • Account management: Develop effective, productive working relationships with customer contacts in EAP and crisis management.
  • Consultant: Provide customers consultation on employee and organization workplace behavior problems.
  • On-site services: Provide or arrange for crisis incident response. Conduct trainings and orientations.
  • Crisis team member: Participate in crisis activations during mass casualty events.
  • Business growth: Work with business development to grow customer base.

FEI provides employees and their family members with the resources to continue working at high levels of engagement through disruptions of all types and sizes. This position is located in downtown Milwaukee, WI, and reports to the chief operating officer.

Manhattan, NY
Posted: 1 Jun 2017

The associate deputy executive director is responsible for supporting the programmatic mission of GRCC’s early childhood, youth, and older adult programs. As the second-in-command to the deputy executive director, the associate executive director functions in a senior capacity, supporting the program directors in the areas of leadership, management, and delivery of services while fostering a culture of inquiry, collaboration, and sense of purpose.

Roles, Responsibilities, and Essential Duties:

  • Oversee portfolio of programs addressing needs and aspirations throughout the lifespan with emphasis on early childhood, youth, and older adults.
  • Supervise the work of program directors through regular individual and group meetings. Coach and mentor managers and leaders to develop professionally in support of organizational mission and best practices.
  • Connect “case to cause"; identify emerging community needs and connect to organizational practice.
  • Strengthen and amplify voice of the organization from participant to executive level. Seek opportunities to influence the broader context in which we work.
  • Ensure best practices, working collaboratively with the deputy executive director and performance improvement and innovation department to identify and implement evidence-based and promising practices and to identify emerging practices in order to develop research.
  • Participate in and lead ongoing performance improvement efforts through staff evaluation, program evaluation, and department-wide reflection and planning.
  • With program directors and in partnership with human resources and performance improvement and innovation departments, create and implement performance improvement plans as needed for program and staff.
  • Work with program directors and fiscal department to develop budgets and maintain fiscal accountability and responsibility.
  • Ensure accurate and timely delivery and reporting for all contractual obligations.
  • Monitor evaluations, data, and outcomes to support quality and accountability in all programs. Support a culture of inquiry, community input, and reflection for continuous improvement.
  • Develop and maintain external relationships within the field in support of community needs and Goddard Riverside programs and initiatives.
  • Work collaboratively with other programs and stakeholders, partner with internal and external colleagues, and represent the organization at meetings, conferences, coalitions, etc.
  • Promote a culture of learning, reflection, and continuous improvement, teamwork, and organizational identity.
  • Be part of a senior management team and work directly with deputy executive director in addressing macro-organizational issues.
  • Occasionally spearhead and manage special projects and additional tasks as determined by the deputy executive director.
Melbourne, FL
Posted: 1 Jun 2017

This position will serve as a member of the BFP senior executive team to propose, develop, communicate, execute, and ensure the sustainability of all BFP systems of care (SOC) strategic initiatives. The senior executive of strategy will function as an internal consultant focused on strategy formulation and execution to ensure an environment of excellence exists across the BFP family of agencies.

This position will assess opportunity for growth and development of the family of agencies and draft proposals and request for proposals as well as design and execute capacity building plans. The senior executive of strategy will proactively monitor overall performance in an integrated manner and ensure systems and processes are in place to measure qualitative and quantitative outcomes. Under the direction of the CEO, the senior executive of strategy will lead, guide, and direct all strategic activities identified by the CEO, board, and senior executive team.

This position will oversee the establishment of an automated outcome measurement system and will work collaboratively with providers to fully implement benchmarking. It will establish integrated use of Mindshare predicative analytics to report and drive system improvement. This position will integrate all data collected by and accessible to BFP. Using the result-oriented accountability system approach, this position will work with executive team members to recommend and develop policies, practices, and systems to implement, monitor, track, achieve, and report outcomes in accordance with the DCF contract and legislative intent.

Technical and Functional Expectations:

  • Best practices: Research and use best practices in order to achieve effective project implementation and outcomes.
  • Focus on long-term impact and sustainability: Lead organization in current and emerging business opportunities and entrepreneurial ventures. Involve stakeholders to provide trends, client needs, and local and state-level data and individuals. Identify emerging trends in the human services field. Conduct environmental scanning and identify and report on external threats and opportunities. Provide data and critical information on trends and changes in service improvement. Explore initiatives and opportunities to enhance the organization’s mid-to-long-term social impact.
  • Continuous improvements: Utilize established procedures for customer audit, identify defects, and propose improvement in order to recognize and resolve problems early and take immediate action.
  • Define engagement and project specifications: Define engagement/project objectives in order to set engagement and project scope and select the appropriate solution approach.
  • Monitors plans and schedules: Utilize project scheduling tools when appropriate (i.e. CPM, MS Project, Gantt) in order to track, document, and control project plans, schedules, and changes. Develop dashboard metrics with staff. Test assumptions, actions, and performance against goals. Evaluate and report progress of programs against strategy plan goals. Develop and monitor performance effectiveness measures. Lead agency’s performance management predictive analytics, dashboards, benchmarks, and outcome goals. Develop integrated systems to monitor and drive performance to establish an environment of excellence. Identify indicators of success across the SOC. Lead and monitor all cross-departmental strategic initiatives. Align program benchmarks with agency’s strategic imperatives. Mobilize and manage teams charged with executing strategies.
  • Project infrastructure: Set up facilities, technologies, and project standards in order to establish the people, process, and technology infrastructure for the engagement.
  • Resource management: Develop and implements manpower schedules, utilizing layout drawings, and project plans in order to proactively ensure that people resources, with the right talents, are able to achieve the project objectives.
  • Service/Total quality: Apply service/total quality systems and procedures in order to identify and resolve issues that may hinder the successful completion of the engagement/project.
  • Computer literacy: Transcribe, format, input, and edit information or data in order to create letters, documents, spreadsheets, and graphic presentations.
  • Database administration: Record and update customer account information on computer database in order to open and maintain customer accounts.
  • Program evaluation: Test new programs; compare programs with established standards; and make modifications in order to confirm program capabilities and specifications.
  • Business plans/objectives/strategies: Identify short- and long-range issues that must be addressed and develop options in order to develop business plans, objectives, and strategies. Serve as a consultant across BFP and the SOC to ensure integration of projects, systems, data, priorities, etc. to increase broad cohesion of strategic initiatives. Involve all stakeholders with strategic plan development and implementation. Establish a strategic culture within the organization.
  • Business process analysis: Act as liaison with specified user areas and confer with users to define business processes for systems application and integration.
  • Change strategies/plans: Assess organizational performance and direction in order to implement change strategies and plans.
  • Establish project objectives/plans: Analyze project proposals, negotiate and monitor outcomes, timeframes, funding, and resources in order to establish project objectives/plans.
  • Executive leadership: Responsible for the operations of the organization, the delegation of responsibility with the organization, and the establishment of formal means of accountability in order to ensure meeting all business objectives in a cost effective manner.
  • Management processes and systems: Assess process and system performance, diagnose problems, and recommend courses of action in order to improve management processes, systems, and organizational results.
  • Organizational and process assessments: Study clarity of mission, strategy, objectives, priorities, division of work, accountabilities, and communication systems in order to improve organizational results.
  • Strategic plan development: Develop and recommend all SOC strategic initiatives and goals into actionable and quantitative plans incorporating all performance areas, and develop processes to quantify and improve performance. Drive key strategic initiatives from inception through sustainability across the SOC. Assist, facilitate, and contribute to developing a strategic plan with CEO, senior executive of compliance, executive leadership, and board.
  • Strategic projects: Leads strategic projects in order to ensure "fast-track" to market/operational environment.
  • System and process development: Develop and integrate new systems and processes in order to enable growth objectives of the business.
  • Represents BFP in official capacity as needed: Communicate strategic vision to all stakeholders, the community, employees, partners, and clients. Represent BFP in official capacity as needed to implement BFP’s strategy internally and externally so that all employees, partners, and contractors understand the company-wide strategic plan and how it supports the SOC overall goals. Prior experience with public speaking and effectively working with key stakeholders, community leaders, and public is required to engage, collaborate, and drive improvement and advocacy.
  • Ensure compliance with all relevant laws, code, etc.: This is required to ensure that all elements of the system of care are in compliance with federal and state law as well as Florida Statute and Administrative Code.
  • Other duties as required: Job performance requires fulfilling other incidental or related duties as assigned, assisting and training others, and performing duties of higher rated positions from time to time for developmental purposes.
Portland, OR
Posted: 1 Jun 2017

MFS is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic major gifts director to join our team. This position will report directly to the CEO and serve as a member of the leadership management team that consists of five directors and a five-person executive team. The work team for the major gifts director consists of the MFS strategy officer, CEO, and director of development.

The major gifts director is responsible for creating, directing, and managing a proactive prospect program to raise budgeted funds to reach budgeted goals in partnership with work team members. The position develops and charts the progress of all major gift activities, and serves as a catalyst for ongoing cultivation of new MFS donors.

Webster Groves, MO
Posted: 1 Jun 2017

As a senior leader in the organization, the Chief Program Officer is responsible for the entire range of programming for the organization. The Chief Program Officer will serve as the conduit between senior management and program directors to fulfill Epworth’s mission, vision and values; assisting in the development of organizational strategy and goals for Epworth.

This position demonstrates commitment to the mission, vision and values of Epworth by engaging in respectful, cooperative relationships with customers (i.e. clients, employees and external stakeholders); being accountable for providing services and ensuring safety to customers while empowering customers in achieving Epworth’s mission.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities include the following:

  • Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the agency’s service delivery and performance ensuring all programming meets funder requirements, accreditation standards and agency mission.
  • Participate in the development of the agency’s plans and programs as a strategic partner, particularly from the perspective of the impact on programs.
  • Translate the strategic and tactical business plans into program goals and operational plans.
  • Evaluate the program structure and plan for continual improvement of the efficiency and effectiveness of the group as well as provide individuals with professional and personal growth opportunities.
  • Formulate and maintain a complementary relationship with the Board of Directors, particularly as it relates to the Service Excellence pillar.
  • Provide support toward program and organizational financial goals. Supports Program Directors and Chief Financial Officer in development of agency budget to meet agency fiscal goals.
  • Provide program leadership in meeting agency accreditation, licensing, and funder expectations.
  • Ensure quality standards are met or exceeded, including utilizing evidenced based, best practice standards. Work collaboratively with Quality Department and Program Directors to meet agency quality standards and goals.
  • Work collaboratively with Program Directors and Human Resources; ensuring employee standards are met and that all employee related issues are addressed consistently and policy is adhered to.
  • Work with agency departments in conjunction with Program Directors to collaborate on program sustainability and expansion.
  • Responsible for ensuring client rights and responsibilities are met including grievance rights and issues regarding client confidentiality.
  • Manage and role model agency rules, policies and procedures including attendance, program/department specific procedures, code of conduct, social media, training requirements, and confidentiality

Supervisory Responsibilities: The employee supervises the Directors of Community Services, Older Youth Services, Residential, Family Support Network, Prevention Services, and Psychological Services; as well as the foster care program and the Senior Program Quality Manager.

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.

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