Director of Statewide Programming
Position Title: Director of Statewide Programming
Reports to: Executive Director
Description: Key member of senior management team reporting to the Executive Director. Directs activities of staff and provides overall leadership and guidance related to the development and operation of child advocacy centers.
Salary Range: $58,240 – $72,800 annually, exempt.
Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, long-term disability
Essential Job Functions
- In collaboration with other Management Staff members, participates in planning and development of grant proposals.
- In collaboration with other Management Staff members, participates in planning and development of annual ONCAC budget.
- Establishes goals and objectives consistent with the organization’s strategic plan, and develops, implements and monitors policies and procedures.
- Directs staff and participates in efforts to provide consultative and technical assistance to established and developing child advocacy centers and in county expansions.
- Directs and participates in initiatives to address, plan and implement effective program development within member child advocacy centers and with interested communities seeking to establish a child advocacy center.
- Directs member center site visit process, schedule, assignments and relevant reports and follow-up.
- Evaluates program activities and identifies areas in need of revision, including recommending new programs and services.
- Keeps current with research studies, forecasts and trends to provide direction and guidance for child advocacy center growth and development.
- Directs the planning, coordination and implementation of all ONCAC primary training events for local member centers including, but not limited to, annual Conference, MDT training, New Director Orientation, Mentoring Program, and on-site customized trainings for local centers.
- Coordinates monthly communications to centers and reviews all communications materials relevant to center operations.
- Assists with other projects to benefit local programs, such as newsletter, directory, website, brochures and videos.
- Establishes and executes funding and granting administration process to centers, including reviewing funding applications, making recommendations for funding, and managing a compliance monitoring program to ensure that requirements and minimum standards are being met through site visits and ongoing reports.
- Develops plans, approves schedules and determines priorities, standards and methods for evaluating activities and outcomes, including planning, assigning and supervising the work of others.
- Coordinates information on funding and membership and responds to requests from individuals and community groups at the local, statewide and national levels.
- Promotes ONCAC and the CAC concept through information booths and/or appearances at conferences, seminars and business meetings.
- Attends work regularly in accordance with organization’s employee policy. Complies with all applicable security and safety rules, regulations and standards.
Marginal Job Functions
Performs related work as assigned.
- Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with a degree in human services, business, nonprofit administration or related field.
- Three to five years experience in full-time program management or community organization and program development position.
- Experience in grant management and/or grant monitoring.
- Knowledge of state laws related to child advocacy centers and grant and management standards.
- Skill in directing, working and training on multidisciplinary team efforts.
- Skill in directing, planning, identifying problems and implementing effective solutions. Skill in communicating effectively both verbally and in writing.
- Knowledge and proficiency of Word, WordPerfect, PowerPoint and Excel software applications.
Ability to travel statewide. Must have own transportation.
- Experience in the child abuse field.
- Knowledge of the dynamics of child abuse and the multidisciplinary approach to child abuse and neglect.
- Experience working with local and statewide groups serving abused children.
- Experience managing a child advocacy center and working as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
Deadline to apply: 9/17/2019
To apply, send resume/CV and cover letter to HR@oncac.org
Ohio Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers is committed to providing equal opportunity in its recruitment, hiring, and retention practices without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, gender, religion, military status, disability, familial status, ancestry, gender identity (or expression), limited English proficiency or any other protected status under applicable local, state, or federal law. Ohio Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers is committed to a diverse workforce and an inclusive workplace.