CAREER OPPORTUNITY: PADV seeks VP of Programs
Posted on: 09.18.12
Position: VP of Programs
Supervisor: President & CEO
Position Description: The Vice President of Programs will be responsible for the overall administration and leadership of the domestic violence shelter program, which serves approximately 584 clients in two shelters each year. The position oversees and annual program budget of more than $2+ million. In addition, the VP is responsible for ensuring that the shelter programs provide high quality, client-centered, trauma-informed and culturally competent services to survivors of domestic violence and their children. Strong financial acumen is necessary for success. Additionally, this position will join PADV in time to open a brand new state of the art shelter in GwinnettCounty.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Provides leadership and management for two domestic violence shelters/scattered sites in Metro Atlanta
- Provide direct supervision to two Shelter Directors’, ensuring consistent policies and practices are developed, implemented, and maintained in the areas of staff recruitment, development and training, quality supervision, and client-centered service delivery
- Comply with all licensing requirements of state and local regulatory entities, including but not limited to the Governor’s Office of Children and Families, DHS, HIPPA, etc. including but not limited to overseeing the preparation and responses to audits, applications, operational plans, modifications, and managing the recertification process (if necessary)
- Networks with appropriate public and civic leaders in order to enhance the recognition and awareness of domestic violence and the work of PADV.
- Partner with the appropriate PADV Departments to develop and maintain a strong workforce; to establish needed quality assurance and quality improvement mechanisms; to engage in a wide range of development activities and to respond to media inquiries to increase the public’s awareness of PADV and educate the public on domestic violence.
- Participate in coalitions, task forces, and work groups
- Fosters and maintains excellent, professional working relations with staff and volunteers and functions as part of a team.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Master’s Degree (MSW, MPH, MPA)
- A minimum of five years of successful management experience in a social service setting, preferably with three years of supervisory/managerial experience directly related to the field of domestic violence.
- Budget over site
- Commitment to a client-centered approach to practice with victims of domestic violence; excellent team-building skills; sound financial management skills; ability to manage complex human resources situations fairly and effectively
How to apply: Send resume to Meagan Fulmer at email@example.com. No phone calls, please. Candidates must meet all of the minimum qualifications in order to have their applications considered.
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