Full time positions, if available, will be listed below:
KID’S PLACE MANAGER – LOGAN
Full time exempt position. The Logan Kid’s Place Manager is responsible for the operation of The Family Place Emergency, Scheduled Weekly Care, and Crisis Shelter Placement. Duties are approximately 50% administrative and 50% direct services, includes close association with supervised staff: working in Kid’s Place nursery to mentor, to train by example, to give breaks and support in difficult situations or in times of stress, and filling on-call and shift assignments.
Serves on the Trauma Resiliency Projectimplementation team. Ensures all families receive trauma-informed services using the Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC) framework.
Direct report to the Kid’s Place Director.
The Kid’s Place Manager duties include fostering team work, performing same duties as supervised staff, leading by example, taking initiative, being proactive, and problem solving to achieve department and program outcomes, community outreach, scheduling staff, training, supervising client care/issues, tracking services, preparing reports and maintaining program paperwork in compliance with grants and contracts, making referrals, and coordinating services with other departments.
Monitors the Kid’s Place facility and playground assuring they are kept clean, are organized and maintained. Addresses facility’s needs and/or reports facility’s needs, when help is needed, to the Associate Director.
Direct Services to Clients
Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
3) Ability to work under stress and handle crisis situations.
4) Thorough knowledge in positive parenting techniques and child management skills.
5) Knowledge of community resources and referral process.
6) Working knowledge of family systems.
7) Knowledge of child abuse symptoms and their effect on victims.
Salary range $23,660 – $27,000, plus benefits
Please respond by providing a cover letter, resume, three professional references to email@example.com The Family Place, 1525 N 200 W Logan, UT 84341 by Tuesday September 12, 2018. Position open until filled.
Program and Evaluation Specialist
Full-time exempt position. The Program and Evaluation Specialist leads The Family Place in evaluating program effectiveness and supports an informed decision-making process. The position reports directly to the Executive Director and works with organization and partner stakeholders to ensure high quality services are delivered and outcomes are demonstrated.
The specialist provides leadership to and works collaboratively with The Family Place department heads to:
1) improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization’s programs
2) assure compliance with contract and/or donation requirements
3) oversee continuous quality improvement
4) develop outcome-based evaluation measures and related reporting
5) implements standards and testing to measure and document effectiveness.
The Family Place is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization striving to achieve its mission of Strengthening Families and Protecting Children in Cache and Rich Counties through 24-hour emergency/respite nursery care, education, and counseling services.
Strengthening Programs: 1) Currently relevant, effective and efficiently delivered high quality services strengthening families and protecting children. 2) Supported and motivated staff. 3) Cross-departmental collaboration and strengthened internal communications. 4) Positive work environment that supports consistency throughout the organization’s strategy, operational methods, and data collection needs.
Program Development and Evaluation:
1) Satisfied agency clients and partners. 2) Research, selection and implementation of measures. 3) Coordinated services across departments to ensure comprehensive services are provided to meet needs of families. 4) Increase quality and consistency of services by developing and implementing processes for evaluating and feeding back outcome information. 5) Oversee continuous quality improvement.
Program Administration: 1) Ongoing evaluation, mentoring, and coordination with key program staff. Includes input to annual and semi-annual evaluations. 2) Meaningful reports, projections, etc. as requested. 3) Write the evaluation section of grant proposals. 4) Fiduciary compliance with grants and funding sources.
Training of program staff: 1) Develop and/or implement core training in relation to funding streams to be completed by all staff when hired. 2) Develop and/or implement training for teams and individuals based on needs reflected in outcomes and staff performance evaluations.
-Develop and execute a strategic evaluation plan that measures progress and success using quantitative and qualitative metrics.
-Develop and oversee collection of accurate data entry, ensuring reliability and validity of data.
-Identify and implement improvements in data collection, processing, and management.
-Collaborate with departments to maintain high quality data processing and management systems.
-Lead efforts to align and prioritize data collection and use for advising, monitoring, reporting and analysis purposes.
-Develop tools and trainings on the use of data for monitoring and strengthening quality of services.
-Improve capacity of program staff to use data in monitoring programs by delivering trainings and coaching.
-Respond to internal and external data and analysis requests.
-Design and implement evaluation tools to support the evaluation plan, including both quantitative and qualitative data as appropriate.
-Lead the reporting of data and analysis to the marketing, fundraising, policy and leadership teams and external stakeholders.
-Produce presentations, high-level summaries, and written reports on findings and the effectiveness of outcomes and impact for internal and external audiences.
-Support grant proposal writers by providing measurable outcomes to be incorporated into proposals and reports.
-Work to publicize and disseminate the impacts of The Family Place’s work with other key programs and policy makers to ensure that the Family Place is visible and leading in areas essential to our ability to create an impact.
-Act as a productive member of The Family Place’s leadership team; advising on organizational decisions and providing functional leadership and vision across departments. Minimum
Master’s Degree and two years of applicable experience and/or equivalent experience, particularly in working with programs serving families and children.
-Experience with statistical data analysis software (e.g., SPSS, Stata) and/or advanced Excel skills, including analytic functions (i.e., Pivot tables, formulas, etc.)
-Knowledge of data management and systems.
-Experience (2-3 years) making practical use of data, evaluation and research.
-Excellent speaking and writing skills (experience with data-driven presentations a plus).
-Strong analytical, creative and problem-solving skills.
-Collaborative workstyle, excellent communications skills, ability to translate complex concepts into measurable indicators.
-Extreme attention to detail and commitment to high-quality work.
-Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines, while maintaining a positive attitude.
-Understanding of the impact of culture/race/gender identification on outreach, service delivery, and outcomes measurement.
Wages and Benefits: $45,000-$55,000 salary range, based on qualifications and experience. Benefits.
Application: Please respond by providing a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to The Family Place, P.O. Box 6055 Logan, UT 84341 or firstname.lastname@example.org by September 25, 2018. Open until filled.
Part time positions, if available, will be listed below:
Wellness Program Specialist
Job Announcement/ Description
Part-time hourly position (25 hours per week). The Wellness Program Specialist will assist in the planning, development, and implementation of intentionally creating an environment for wellness. Develops employee plans and timelines to implement wellness during [TA1] training and throughout an employee’s position.
Direct report toClinical Supervisor.
The position provides employees with awareness, motivation, and tools to help develop wellness and sustainability.
Skills, Knowledge, and Experience:
Part-time position of 25 hours per week at $15.50 pay rate
Please respond by providing a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to The Family Place, P.O. Box 6055 Logan, UT 84341or to email@example.com September 21, 2018 at Noon. Open until filled.
The Family Place is always accepting applications. If you are interested in joining our efforts to build stronger families in Cache Valley, fill out the application below and bring it by.
Unpaid internships are available for experience and school credit.
To apply email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.