We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
POSITION: Program Development Director PROGRAM: Executive Admin LOCATION: 615 S. Atwood, Visalia CA 93277 HOURS: Full-Time HIRING MANAGER: Dennis Reid, Chief Operating Officer ADDRESS: 615 S. Atwood, Visalia CA 93277 PHONE: (559) 732-8086 – FAX: (844) 231-9749 REQUIREMENT: See attached job description BASE PAY: Class 160 ($2,420.10 – $3,184.68/semi-monthly) STATUS: Exempt ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: Until Filled AVAILABLE: Immediately
The Program Development Director (PDD) reports to the Chief Operating Officer and assists the Chief Operating Officer to provide management oversight and administrative support to Agency programs.
ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Provide administrative support to Agency programs at the direction of the Chief Operating Officer. 2. Attend relevant meetings with government Agency liaisons and provide positive working relations with funding service agencies and collaborative agencies. 3. Supervise Agency personnel at the direction of the Chief Operating Officer. 4. Organize work and set priorities to complete assignments and submit proposals/grants by established timeframes. 5. Work independently and with others to respond to requests for proposals and design/describe programs to meet required specifications and outcomes. 6. Check funding source websites, purchasing departments, contract registers, grants publications that promulgate potential funding to benefit Turning Point’s mission and outcome goals (twice per week). 7. Identify funding sources needed for specific department services. 8. Develop budgets for proposed programs with input from other staff. 9. Establish procedures and internal monitoring and communication/reporting systems to assure timely and effective proposal submissions. 10. Read and examine incoming materials for new and significant legislature, administrative and management developments to assist in funding acquisitions. 11. Attend bidder’s conferences, facility walk-throughs, contract negotiations and other administrative meetings, as directed. 12. Assist in development of new program budgets, staffing patterns, and acquisition of licensure, as needed. 13. Assist in locating and acquiring facilities needed for new programs. 14. Organize and schedule proposal meetings and make oral presentations on information regarding funding solicitations/opportunities, regulatory requirements, funding legislation and statistical data. 15. Attend professional conferences, meetings, seminars and workshops. 16. Read, interpret and respond to technical regulations, Scope of Services, Statement of Work, and other required funding/solicitation documents. 17. Assist in development of program goals and intended outcomes, monitoring and evaluation methods, start-up timeframes, procedures development and other functions involved in new program start up. 18. Plan and describe uses of specific resources to meet new program goals and service outcomes. 19. Communicate effectively with a wide variety of people of various educational and socioeconomic backgrounds. 20. Write clearly, accurately, and concisely to convey ideas in grammatically correct reports, letters, memos and questionnaires. 21. Plan, prepare and effectively present material. 22. Comply with all Turning Point Safety policies and procedures, including but not limited to: workplace safety, reporting work related injuries, Infection Control and preventing potential safety risks for staff, clients and others. 23. Will drive on Agency business. 24. Other duties as assigned and/or required. 25. Employees are expected to manage their cell phone use so that the Agency cell phone stipend covers all business usage. Any calls not covered by the stipend are to be made on a company landline phone.
ESSENTIAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
1. Bachelor’s degree in a field of Social Services or equivalent or a minimum of five years of experience in a field of Social Services. (Master’s degree preferred.) 2. Five years’ experience in grant/proposal writing, or a minimum of four years’ experience in a job that requires extensive descriptive writing and research pertaining to program operations. 3. Must have budget development experience. 4. Must have five years grant writing experience. 5. A sufficient level of general knowledge about current evidence-based practices in the areas of Behavioral Health Care, Social Services, substance abuse treatment, housing, employment, community corrections, and/or services for developmentally disabled, and good research skills in these areas. 6. A minimum of three years’ supervision in Social Service programs. 7. Ability to do research on the Internet. 8. Demonstrate ability to handle multiple priorities and function independently. 9. Work with a variety of Programs Directors and administrative staff. 10. Recognize various program goals and objectives and work with different Directors to plan and implement strategies to achieve goals/objectives. 11. Recognize existing and potential problems in various programs and to determine and implement solutions. 12. Express ideas clearly in written form. 13. Independently perform routine studies and do periodic reviews and reports. 14. Ability to coordinate input from other staff members. 15. Knowledge of current social service paradigms and governmental processes. 16. Develop and maintain an understanding of funding sources and requirements and the interface between funding sources at various levels. 17. Intermediate computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. 18. Possess a valid driver’s license and have access to a dependable means of transportation that is properly insured and operated in accordance with all laws. Agency insurer authorization is required. 19. Ability to pass a criminal background check. 20. Ability to pass a pre-employment physical, drug screen, general physical, and TB test. 21. Must maintain good relationships with consumers, co-workers, government and civic representatives, as well as community members within whom the Agency is transacting business, and relate to them in a professional manner. 22. Must be available by cell phone as needed.
Disclaimers: Temporary modifications to provide reasonable accommodations do not waive any essential functions of the job requirements.
Turning Point of Central California was founded in 1970. We are dedicated to helping people become healthy in body, mind and spirit through direct and referral services. We work with communities to help solve problems.
Turning Point seeks to help program participants become productive members of society. We are supported through donations, fees, grants and contracts with federal, state and coun...ty government agencies. We continue to grow and change in order to meet the challenges of the future.