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About the Position with NCFIE: This is an exciting new position with a National Organization whose mission and vision it is to transform sustainable systems of care to produce measurable results and positive outcomes for the children and families served. The NCFIE is dedicated to developing youth, strengthening families and building strong communities by developing resources, delivering services, providing technical assistance, consultation and training. The NCFIE serves as a central hub for innovation and excellence and evidence based practice model development with a focus on High Fidelity Wraparound and Systems of Care.
Position Summary: The NCFIE Consultant Trainer position is a highly independent leadership position responsible for conducting Wraparound Training and Certification and the delivery of nationwide technical assistance and consultation services. This position requires a seasoned Wraparound and System of Care Professional who will provide implementation and early adoption support to communities of practice and play a lead role as Project Director with the C.A.R.E.S. National Replication sites. This position requires an innovative leader who possesses competency in curriculum development; comfort with delivery of training using web based training platforms, and one who is analytical and skilled with project management, execution and delivering results. The position requires a candidate with a successful background in child, youth and family services, proposal writing and extensive experience with program development.
The Consultant Trainer will design and develop curriculum and perform tasks associated with identifying development needs, creating and delivering required training and other solutions as identified to promote the mission and vision of the NCFIE.
- Training Delivery - Essential Function: Coordination and Delivery of high fidelity Wraparound training and curriculum development in order to create a positive learning experience.
- Instruction/Facilitation of Learning - Essential Function: Identify learning objectives; select and deliver instructional methodologies in order to facilitate learning and development. Design and develop new curriculum to address the training needs of Wraparound and SOC partners. Be results oriented and able to work highly independently.
- Technical Assistance & Consultation - Essential Function: Assess core competencies of individuals, agencies and systems to design tools and training to coach, lead and guide those served to become proficient in wraparound and SOC.
- Instructional Technologies: Attend workshops, review professional publications, and participate in professional societies to maintain up-to-date knowledge of instructional technologies, research and best practices and knowledge transfer. Use knowledge acquisition to write and publish and advance the mission and vision of the NCFIE.
- Training Fulfillment and Needs analysis: Ensure required trainings are conducted as scheduled. Ensure a high level of satisfaction and knowledge acquisition. Work with leadership to identify opportunities for training and model development based on agency and market needs, interests and opportunities.
- Advanced project management skills: Strong writing skills, proposal and abstract development, budget development, and implementation planning and assessment skills.
- 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.
Directs and coordinates Operations services within a defined area of responsibility at Eckerd. This position is responsible for organizing, managing and evaluating the delivery of diverse program services in accordance with Eckerd policies, procedures, goals, and business plans.
For a complete job description, visit the Eckerd website.
A Senior leadership position responsible for organizing, managing, and evaluating the delivery of Out-of-Home Care services in accordance with Lead Agency Policies, Florida Administrative Code, and Statutory Regulations. This position is responsible for the oversight and effective delivery of placement and clinical services (a 24-7; 365 day operation) and includes after-hour On-Call duties. Specific responsibilities include ensuring a comprehensive assessment and intake process is in place for the evaluation and determination of the most appropriate level of care needed for a youth’s ongoing safety and stability. The Sr. OHC Director is also responsible for ensuring ongoing assessment of a youth’s medical, behavioral, physical, and/or mental health needs for re-determination of the most appropriate level of care; ensuring an appropriate step-down process is followed for youth placed in higher levels of care; ensuring compliance with regulatory guidelines associated with the placement of youth 12 & under in a family like setting; and ensuring regulatory compliance with youth in need of special accomodations to include the need for a sexual safety plan and administration of psychotropic medication. The Sr. OHC Director must oversee a budget designed to support the needs of youth entering licensed foster care and develop countermeasures, when needed, to ensure OHC fiscal goals are achieved.
The Director of Prevention and Diversion is a leadership position responsible for organizing, managing, and evaluating the delivery of prevention and diversion community based services in Hillsborough County in accordance with the Lead Agency policies, Department of Children and Families Child Welfare Operating Procedures, Florida Administrative Code, and Statutory Regulations. This position is responsible for the oversight of planning and implementation of programmatic strategies, community collaboration, and coordination of all prevention and diversion activities related to the community based services with the Lead Agency. Specific duties include working in collaboration with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office Child Protective Investigations Division and sub-contracted Diversion Providers to ensure effective resources are in place to strengthen families, mitigate safety concerns, and divert youth from entering further into the child welfare system. In addition, the Director is responsible for working with community leaders, stakeholders, public agencies, and statewide coalitions to garner support and understanding of an agenda for child and family well-being and community prevention.
To advance this critical effort, CHS is seeking an experienced, forward-thinking, strategic leader to oversee and grow philanthropic efforts throughout the state.
As a key member of the executive team, the chief development officer will lead a team of 50 located throughout Florida. The chief development officer will work closely with three regional directors of philanthropy, the director of communications and marketing, and the advancement services director to determine appropriate strategies for growing philanthropy revenue and advancing the CHS brand.
A visible leader in the organization and the community, the chief development officer will also embody the CHS values: Caring with integrity, respect, commitment, leadership, and excellence.
The chief development officer provides the executive leadership and administration of all development and philanthropic activities for the Children’s Home Society of Florida and the Children’s Home Society of Florida Foundation. The primary focus/objective is to build statewide capacity for philanthropic success, secure major and planned gifts, and achieve CHS' development and philanthropic goals.
This important executive position will include some vital functions to the success of CHS such as:
- Initiate and advocate for CHS development and philanthropic priorities via organizational visioning, long range planning, goal setting, and promotion of CHS and CHS Foundation development efforts.
- Direct and oversee CHS and CHS Foundation annual and long-range development activities including: major, planned, and endowment gifts; grants; and stewardship, gift acknowledgment, and donor recognition programs.
- Provide pertinent strategy, data, and preparation to equip the president/CEO, designated staff, and/or board member for solicitation of major funders.
- Oversee philanthropic activities and accomplishments and submit reports at least quarterly to the president/CEO, the CHS, and foundation boards.
- Work with the CHS board and CHS Foundation boards, president/CEO of CHS, and executive directors to identify and recruit prospective board(s) members.
- Oversee a donor stewardship/ recognition program for CHS and the CHS Foundation and prompt acknowledgment of each donor.
- Perform supervisory responsibilities specified in COA Standard TS 3.
- Oversee CHS grant writing activities, and coordinate grant writing with vice president of quality management and innovations.
- Take a leadership role when participating on the strategic management team.
- Prepare/recommend/administer annual development and philanthropic budget. Oversee a comprehensive marketing, public relations, and communications plan.
Reports to: President/CEO
This high level leadership position carries direct responsibility for supervision and management of severa lprograms including:
- Healthy Families/Healthy Children/Healthy Fathers
- Building Strong Families
- Voluntary Interim Placement-Enhanced Recovery (VIP-ER) Program
- Operation Military Assistance Program (OMAP)
The operational programs include information technology and facilities.
The position requires administrative oversight and entrepreneurial vision for the programs. Candidates must demonstrate high accountability, leadership, and ability to simultaneously work with a great degree of autonomy and within a team. They must also have broad-based knowledge and understanding of Jewish tradition and culture.
Duties and Responsibilities
Provide supervision and oversight of:
- Healthy Families/Healthy Children/Healthy Fathers
- Building Strong Families, Voluntary Interim Placement-Enhanced Recovery (VIP-ER) Program
- Operation Military Assistance
- Information Technology and Facilities
- Individual and team supervision
- Exercise sound, objective, and informed business judgment based upon ethics and a sole agenda of agency betterment with no hint of personal bias or personal gain
- Participate in the hiring process when necessary and retain personnel
- Ensure that all programs have operational plans that relate to the outcome indicators as well as any other relevant identified information
- Ensure program directors are following program plans and have the necessary supports to meet their objectives
- Assist in the development and implementation of best business practices/models that will ensure programs remain fiscally viable and at the ready for any and all external changes or requirements
- Coordinate the quality improvement program
- Maintain current knowledge of all regulations pertaining to the programs
- Quality improvement
- Program outcomes and reporting
- Review policies and procedures to ensure compliance
- Ensure complete compliance with regulatory standards and requirements within the respective programs
- Monitor quality management and quality assurance to ensure the development, implementation, and monitoring of program quality assurance standards that are in compliance with regulatory requirements; includes participation in utilization review and incident review as well as conducting inquiries into questions with respect to utilization and incident review
- Ensure evaluations and professional development plans are completed on time and supported
- Ensure staff is provided sufficient opportunities for training
- Develop an organizational structure of reporting relationships between program directors and senior management which ensures that adequate program supervision is being received on a routine basis
- Development of staff to enable individuals to reach their highest potential
- Assess the training needs and coordinate appropriate training in order to meet the needs of the departments, regulatory agencies and staff
- Review contractual requirements, milestones, and ensure compliance
- Assist in grant writing for new and existing grants
- Monitor and supervise programmatic budget compliance and revenue of programs to ensure maximum revenue potential and efficient utilization of programs and drive corrective action steps toward improvement when needed
- Conduct monthly walkthroughs to evaluate conditions and submit short and long term recommendations
- Coordinate improvement efforts in partnership with appropriate area administrator
- Participate in annual and monthly departmental budgetary planning meetings
- Participate in executive staff meetings addressing agency-wide issues such as setting organizational goals and determining efficient ways to implement agency policy
- Participate in external committees/workgroups that increase the organization’s presence, obtain needed information and enhance JFCS reputation
- Represent JFCS Behavioral Health and Wellness services at all interagency and public levels
Development of New Programs Initiative
- Identify service gaps and plan programs and service initiatives to address areas and assist in presenting proposals to funding sources
- Assess trends and community needs in order to facilitate program development
- Function as a liaison to state, local, and federal funding sources as well as to other regulatory agencies with respect to ongoing operations
- Plan and assure the submission of grants related to finding programs consistent with programmatic needs
- Provide strategic planning and development for ongoing programs and new programs
- Assess the needs of clients and evaluate program functioning relative to those needs; make modifications of program functioning as necessary in order to meet assessed needs
- Ensure special issues which should be areas of focus to include development of formalized programs to address these issues and the development of new programming
- Ensure maximization of census by coordinating and providing outreach efforts of programs to the community referral sources
- All JFCS mandatory training