Program Director


Job Type

Full Time

Salary

Minimum: $60,000.00
Maximum: $65,000.00
Details: Salary DOE.

Published:

04/11/2018

Start Date:

06/01/2018

Application Deadline:

05/14/2018

Address

2700 International Boulevard
Suite 30
Oakland
California
94601
United States

Description

Position Summary:

The Program Director takes a leadership role for all BOTR direct services – which includes Brothers, UNITE!, Lift a Brother Up, & Trail Brothers – and supervision of the Program Manager. Consequently, it will be expected for the Program Director to provide leadership on curriculum/program planning, design, development and evaluation. In addition, the Program Director will partner with other management staff to support the agency's systems change work – which includes assistance in the coordination and implementation of OYAA and the agency’s training/capacity building efforts. This may also include the co-coordination and co-implementation of training workshops, curriculum development, coaching, consulting, convening, research and writing, as needed.


The core competencies for this position are: experience delivering gender-responsive, culturally affirming, therapeutically delivered and youth development grounded services with boys and young men of color (BYMOC), and project coordination/management experience with youth work. Experience with training and technical assistance.


Job Responsibilities:

Direct Services

·       Provide oversight for direct services and supervision to the Program Manager

·       Develop marketing materials and perform outreach to secure clients for direct services, and for training and technical assistance projects

·       Secure and manage contracts with partner schools and agencies

·       Write, edit and help design curriculum lessons and manuals

·       Develop new partnerships and manage existing ones, including for field trips, speaker events, and wrap around services.

·       Assist in development of systems, policies and procedures to be used within direct services and training/technical assistance work


Systems Change

·       Assist in developing systems change initiatives, including program planning, design implementation and evaluation

·       Co-Coordinate and co-deliver training workshops to outside organizations around BYMOC and related issues

·       Develop curricula for use within and outside of BOTR

·       Provide coaching and consultation to partner organizations

·       Host convening’s around BYMOC and related issues

·       Engage in research and writing around BYMOC and related issues


Program Administration

·       Evaluation and Quality Assurance, including through surveys, observations, staff coaching

·       Fundraising, including assistance with individual donor campaigns, event coordination

·       Administrative tasks in the office, including data entry, filing, mailings, etc.


Staff Management and Human Resources

·       Hire and manage staff and implement performance evaluation    

·       Contribute to development and implementation of human resources policies and procedures

·       Help to develop and implement BOTR professional development plan


Miscellaneous

·       Other tasks within these areas and others, as assigned


Working Conditions:

·       Extensive computer use

·       Typical office environment

·       Offsite facilitation and supervision

·       Ability to lift 25 lbs.


Minimum Qualifications:

·       Bachelor's degree in human service or related field

·       A reliable car, car insurance and a clean driving record (the position requires an ease of movement between the home office, program/partner sites, important meetings, etc.)

·       At least 3-5 years of experience working with youth and families, with at least part of this experience working directly with boys and young men of color

·       At least 3-5 years of experience working in training and technical assistance with adult service providers, and their schools/agencies, with at least part of this experience related to serving boys and young men of color

·       At least 3 years experience in project coordination, program development, and staff management

·       Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication, organization, cross-cultural & conflict resolution skills

·       Passing a live scan criminal background check and submitting a negative TB test from within the last two years

·       Computer skills in Microsoft Office (other software a plus)


Preferred Qualifications:

·       Experience developing curricula for direct services and/or training/technical assistance

·       Experience with administrative functions such as finance and fundraising a plus

·       Master's degree in related field a plus



Benefits

Generous benefits including; health coverage, chiropractic, dental, vision, 401(k) match.

Level of Language Proficiency

Bilingual Spanish ability a plus

Professional Level

Managerial

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

daniel@brothersontherise.org

http://brothersontherise.org/

An application for this position requires a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references (please include one current/former supervisor and list the references name, title, organization, their e-mail and phone number) sent to Executive Director, Daniel Vasquez at daniel@brothersontherise.org. Only applicants who submit all requested forms will be considered. Persons of color are encouraged to apply. No phone calls, please.

 


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