Director of Senior Programs

Job Type

Full Time

Salary

Minimum: $57,200
Maximum: $57,200
Details: Full Time; Exempt Position pursuant to New York State Law Requirements

Published

08/31/2018

Start Date

11/05/2018

Application Deadline

09/28/2018

Address

6935 4th Avenue
Brooklyn
New York
11209
United States

Description

Growing Southwest Brooklyn Non-Profit for adults 60+ seeks a creative, forward thinking, highly motivated self-starter to join its management team as the Director of Senior Programs. This senior team position will oversee the expansion of innovative programming choices and options to a rapidly growing and diverse population of older adults in Community Districts 10 & 11, with a focus on initiatives which foster and enable successful and fulfilling aging in place.


Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Senior Programs will create and cultivate a comprehensive slate of innovative programming for a broad age range of clients including programs in Health Management and Promotion, Nutrition and Self Care, Lifelong Learning, Creative Expression, and Technology with an emphasis on engaging diverse cultural groups.  


The Director of Senior Programs is responsible for all aspects of Member Services provision including staff hiring, training, and evaluation; developing, maintaining and adhering to procedures to comply with city and state standards; managing all documentation of service units, reports, supervisory sessions and contributions.


The ideal candidate is a creative, forward thinking professional with skills in community engagement, organizational management, program evaluation and writing. He/she should enjoy public speaking, community involvement and be comfortable facilitating community outreach efforts on behalf of the Center.


Experience in Microsoft office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc) and comfort with database entry is required. Candidates should be detail-oriented and have a flexible and intuitive working style. Familiarity with website programs a plus. 


MSW a plus with LMSW preferred; related education and experience will be considered.


Knowledge or previous experience with Department for the Aging and State Office for the Aging contracts is desired.

Benefits

Health Benefits available. Paid sick leave and vacation time.  

Level of Language Proficiency

Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Russian.

Professional Level

Professional

Minimum Education Required

Master's degree

How To Apply

jobs@bayridgecenter.org
http://www.bayridgecenter.org

Engaging cover letter, resume and writing sample. 


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