Program Director of Housing
Job Details
Orangewood Foundation - Santa Ana, CA
Full Time
$95,000.00 - $105,000.00 Salary/year

ABOUT THE COMPANY


Founded: 1981
Mission: To strive for Equity for our youth by valuing and supporting the life they envision.
Values: Respect, Trust, Empathy, Inclusion, Advocacy

 

JOB DESCRIPTION


Position Title: Program Director of Housing
Employment Classification: Full Time, Salary, Exempt
Reports to: Chief Program Officer


Department: Programs
Position Summary: Leads program teammates in all aspects of assigned programs and services. Responsible for implementation of trauma informed service coordination. Ensure collaboration with government agencies and community partners. Serves as an important member of the Leadership Team focusing on the furthering Orangewood Foundations mission and strategic goals.


Major Areas of Responsibility:

  • Provide Leadership to Program Staff
  • Collaborate to recruit, hire and retain a team of staff who are knowledgeable of issues affecting Transitional Age Youth (TAY) and can support youth who have experienced foster care, homelessness, mental health, exploitation, trafficking or are at-risk of being exploited.
  • Adheres to all areas of government contract compliance for the services rendered.
  • Responsible to utilize youth input in program practices and to maintain services that are current, relevant and consistent with the needs of the target population.
  • Provide supervision, guidance, coaching, and training to program supervisors of direct care staff.
  • Develop relationships and communicate with community partners to maintain and expand referral and resource base. Report out regularly to funders on contracted program outcomes and deliverables.
  • Ensure program meets operational and performance benchmarks and data accuracy is in adherence to guidelines for reporting.
  • Direct the implementation and evaluation of relevant initiatives, current and future programming.
  • Lead effective program meetings and weekly individual/group supervisions.
  • Provide crisis intervention, as needed, to support the operations of the Program.
  • Provide after hours on-call response to emergency situations.
  • Develop, update and implement Program policies and procedure, ensuring all Program staff are knowledgeable of processes and expectations and the fidelity of organizational policies across all program sites.


Knowledge, Skill and Experience Requirements:

  •  Masters Degree in Human Services, Sociology, Social Work, Education, Psychology, or related field preferred.
  •  Licensure as an LMFT or LCSW preferred.
  •  5+ years of program supervision or management with the ability to assist supervisors and direct service providers with their skills development.
  • Minimum of 2-3 years of experience in organizations servicing transitional age youth, specifically in housing arena.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of leadership experience including supervision of multiple teams.
  •  Have an understanding of systemic issues which impact TAY such as issues with social services, law enforcement, criminal and civil legal systems.
  •  Experience in the development of new programs and enhancement of existing ones.
  •  Makes sound and timely decisions under pressure.  Recognizes what is most suitable in particular situations. Effectively makes decisions in non-standard situations. Exhibits independence, decisiveness and responsibility. 
  • Ability to work under pressure, manage and meet deadlines.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills and comfortable speaking in public or to large groups.
  •  Must be comfortable speaking and presenting in public.
  •  Reliable transportation, valid California Drivers License and proof of insurance.
  •  Ability to pass a criminal background check, drug test, FBI/DOJ fingerprinting, and TB test. Maintain a flexible schedule in order to be available as needed by the Program.
  • Ability to use Microsoft Office, Outlook and develop presentations using Power Point or other applications.

 

Essential Qualities:

  •  Flexibility with a value for team work and ability to be a positive role model.
  •  Ability to multi-task with the capacity to learn quickly and integrate efficiently.
  • Understanding of and passion for Orangewood Foundations mission, vision and values.

 

Working Environment/Physical Requirements:
Position may require use of personal vehicle. Physical requirements include standing, sitting, typing, bending and lifting up to approximately 50 lbs. (i.e. tables, chairs, food, water, etc.)

 

Modification to work schedule may be made based on need of the youth and the Foundation.

 

Orangewood Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex. gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, military and veteran status, or any other protected group, in accordance with all applicable federal or State laws.

updated:8/20/21

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