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Program Director (San Rafael)
This is a full-time position supervising 5+ people. Our agency serves four Bay Area counties: Marin, Sonoma, Napa and Solano.
The Program Director (PD) establishes strategic direction for the program function, oversees program design and implementation to ensure achievement of annual goals and provides management and oversight to all aspects of program service delivery. S/he ensures collaboration and alignment with other internal departments and advocates for support from community partners.
The candidate must be an adaptable, strategic, visionary leader with strong management skills and the capacity to successfully implement and lead multiple projects simultaneously.
Hires, engages, develops, and holds program staff accountable to work
efficiently and effectively, and to achieve individual and team goals while
complying with local polices and national standards of practice. Regularly
reviews program processes conducted by program staff members in order to
provide coaching, identify areas of strength and opportunity, and
consistently ensure that BBBS Standards of Practice, policies and procedures,
and youth protection best practices, are in place.
training for program and agency staff as well as the Board of Directors
pertaining to child safety and other identified areas (i.e. cultural
performance management practices through creation of reports (including
statistical results), analysis of trends and issue. Presents this information to different
audiences (ED, other agency staff, Board of Directors, community partners,
and funders) as needed. Ensures the program
component of the agency’s Annual Self-Assessment (required by BBBSA) is
completed as required.
enhances the agency’s customer-focused outreach efforts to ensure that the
agency’s image, mission, values, and advocacy for children and youth are
properly communicated to people throughout the service area. Leads
communications across departments and within departments related to service
delivery and customer service to enhance program implementation, communicate
policy and assure compliance.
Plans, leads and
drives implementation of programs designed to increase and strengthen Big and
Little match relationships and youth development. Manages critical service and workflow
issues that are impacting the ability to provide quality services. Develops and implements new program
initiatives to expand mentoring services or target community issues as
directed or needed.
ED and Board of Directors on matters of program effectiveness, youth outcomes
and child safety, while leading the Board’s Program Committee in establishing
the annual program plan. Establishes
and ensures a system for annual goal attainment, program performance management,
quality assurance, and youth protection while ensuring the board-approved
Program Manual is reviewed and updated, as needed.
that all systems required to track and report on program functions due for
grant requirements are established and maintained as needed. Monitors and
reports on progress toward goals for grants, identifies challenges and
solutions to those challenges in a timely manner and keeps the Executive
Director (ED) and Grantor informed.
maintains positive working relationships with funders, community
organizations, schools and business leaders to educate them regarding the
agency’s mission, promote involvement in agency activities, and gain their
support of the agency.
Other duties as
Equal Employment Opportunity
BBBS of the North Bay makes all employment decisions without unlawful regard or consideration for any individual's race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, physical or mental disability, marital status, medical condition, sexual orientation, or other protected classification
Americans with Disabilities Act
BBBS of the North Bay is committed to principles of equal opportunity for all job applicants and employees. In keeping with this policy, it does not engage in impermissible discrimination based on any protected characteristic, including an individual's disability. BBBS of the North Bay will also make reasonable accommodations that are necessary to comply with the state and federal disability discrimination laws. This means the BBBS of the North Bay will make reasonable accommodations for the known physical or mental disability or known medical condition of an applicant or employee, consistent with its legal obligations to do so.