Prevention Resource Center Site Manager
|February 20, 2013 - April 30, 2013|
|Location:||San Jacinto, CA|
|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Description:||The Site Manager is to manage report on and implement assigned Site activities of the organization, provide scheduling and manage staff assignments; also includes report preparation, data collection, internal procedures, planning, design, evaluation and other general duties. The Site Manager functions for the organization, is to assist the Executive Director with programs and activities, planning and design of administrative programs and procedures as a recommendation; also administrative and management activities to support the site and organization. Develop project goals and objectives; Responsible for effective communication and administration of policies and procedures and staff development pertaining to TANF goals 3 and 4|
|Duties:||Although other duties may be assigned, the essential duties include the following:|
Responsible for management and operations of the TANF facilities.
Recommends options and strategies to the Executive Director for the operation, administration and programs.
Prepares reports and information required by the Federal and State agencies.
Make decisions in developing project and departmental goals and/or objectives
Assign priorities and scheduling to meet planned objectives
Assist with programs and activities.
Planning and design of administrative programs and procedures as a recommendation.
Develop marketing strategy to advertise and/promote the program.
Planning educational and vocational program project participants.
Assist in management of computer systems,
Assist in the development & production of multi-media activities.
Assist other staff in planning and design of activities.
Assist and manage for the site acquisition of equipment, materials, and supplies.
Serve as a member the of management team,
Provide technical assistance, as directed, to staff, participants and organization. Prepare, monitor and administer site budgets & fiscal operations.
Work on special projects and other administrative duties as needed.
Required: B.A. Degree in social work, sociology, psychology or related fields.
Direct experience of more than 5 years plus related certifications may be substituted, in part or whole, to meet minimum education requirement.
Required: A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in tribal welfare, social work, sociology, psychology or a closely related field, AND, two to three (2-3) years of upper level TANF administrative work experience in social work or a recognized public or tribal social service agency including fiscal management experience, AND one (1) year of interviewing and assessing tribal service needs and developing/implementing service plans, knowledge of Indian history, culture and politics; vocational, education, personnel training and planning, personnel design, evaluation, and technology. Skills in interviewing, community presentations, facilitating family unite meetings when required. Skills and communicating to elicit information and cooperation from groups or individuals. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, staff, and the public. Ability to interpret and communicate TANF agency rules, regulations and procedures. Ability to write reports, correctly reflect treatment and document clients progress.
Work with in a positive, tactful and confidential manner with staff and other participants of the organization.
Analyze problems, conditions, policies and procedures and make sound decisions and take action. Compile and report and interpret complex data.
Read and comprehend complex materials including contracts, regulations, policies, procedures, manuals.
Exercise independent judgment and initiative.
Understand and implement appropriate decisions and activities considering the human, community, political and organizational implications.
Work cooperatively with staff and other organizations both individually and in team efforts. Develop and maintain an atmosphere, of trust, confidence and good rapport with site staff, central office, support staff, and program participants.
CPR Certified, First Aid
A current California Drivers License
All applicants are required to complete the pre-screen Background Clearance and Drug Testing.
Native American preferable and an Equal Opportunity Employer 25 U.S.C.S. 472 et. Seg.
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