The Director Program Operations is responsible for providing oversight to HEBCAC programs related to youth and substance abuse recovery support. Other responsibilities include management and training of staff, fund raising, and grant management.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Provide senior management responsibility for HEBCAC key youth development substance abuse recovery initiatives.
Provide senior level oversight of the Dee’s Place program and supervision of the Program Administrator.
Provide senior level oversight of the HEBCAC Youth Opportunities Initiative and supervision of the Program Administrator.
Develop and deliver a case management training program for staff and to provide technical assistance to assure implementation of best practices.
Respond to new grant opportunities made available by local/national foundations and government.
Oversee management of existing grants that focus on human development services i.e. Baltimore Substance Abuse System and MOED-Youth Opportunities.
Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology or related field.
Ten (10) years demonstrated leadership and management experience with human service organization.
MSW licensure preferred
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal).
Program development and planning experience.
Excellent group facilitation/training and coalition building skills.
Classified Title: Director Program Operations Working Title: Director Program Operations Role/Level/Range: L/04/LC Starting Salary Range: $32.17- $44.26 / Commensurate with Experience Employee group: Casual / On Call Schedule: Monday - Friday, 3-hours per day/15 hours per week Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus Department name: 10003262-HEBCAC Programs Personnel area: School of Medicine
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