The Director of Safe Home Operations will be responsible for achieving the agency’s mission by pursuing excellence in the delivery of quality Christian services to individuals being served by the agency’s AntiTrafficking Safe Home program and by engaging business, community and government leaders and agencies, as well as pastors and local church leaders to support the agency’s mission through this program. Due to the nature of the services being directed, only female applicants are being considered for this position at this time.
Essential Duties & Functions
- To assure all programs in assigned area consistently operate at maximum capacity.
- To develop program objectives and specific goals for assigned service area.
- To assure the delivery of quality, Christian services in all programs, directly and by delegation.
- To assure financial and client data bases are maintained accurately.
- To assure all programs operate in accordance with FBCH, OMC, COA and State Licensing standards.
- To be responsible, directly or by delegation, for the employment, supervision, training, evaluation and discharge of all personnel within the program service area, in keeping with agency policies and procedures.
- To work with staff to develop and oversee an annual operating budget and assume responsibility for the implementation and monitoring of that budget within prescribed fiscal guidelines.
- To work with State Office personnel in developing an overall public relations program for the service area. This will include maintaining close working relationships with churches and associations, civic clubs and other community groups, speaking engagements and arranging for any appropriate visits or tours to the assigned program area. This will also include the organization and maintenance of volunteer representatives in associations and churches in the service area.
- To work with staff in maintaining close liaison with state and other government leaders and agencies with regard to licensing, purchase of service contracts, etc.
- To assure, directly or by delegation, the upkeep and repair of all physical facilities and grounds in the area.
- To keep up-to-date with the latest trends and developments in the area of family services through a regular program of reading and study, as well as attendance at conferences, seminars and other training events.
- To perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director for Anti-Trafficking.
- Master’s degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, Human Service or related field.
- Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age.
- 5 years of professionally related experience is required. Experience in previous institutional setting in an administrative role is preferred.
- Has and will maintain a current driver’s license with a satisfactory driving record (6 points or less).
- $1000 sign-on bonus ($250 upon completion of new hire Relias Trainings, $250 upon successful completion of probation period, $500 at 1 year anniversary)
- Insurance (Dental, Medical and Vision)
- Paid Days Off