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Coalition for Hispanic Family Services
Innovative Community Based Organization Seeks Energetic, Committed, and Highly Experienced Individuals. Exc. Benefits & Salary/EEO
Summary of Position: The Program Director of the Beacon Center for Arts and Leadership is responsible for direct supervision of all aspects of program and staff, including staff training and development, reports and evaluations. The Director of the Beacon Center of Arts and Leadership must have an active understanding of the nature of government contracts and the ability to keep these multiple contracts organized, complementing each other, and meeting their individual outcomes. The Beacon Center Director also serves as liaison between program staff and Executive Director, as well as, program and Public School Administrators, and the program and local community. The Beacon Director effectively manages, evaluates and coordinates all program activities, projects and administrative work. The Beacon Center for Arts and Leadership Program Director is responsible for meeting all Department of Youth and Community Development outcomes and reporting requirements.
The duties of the Beacon Center for Arts and Leadership are as follows:
•To oversee all aspects of the Beacon Center for Arts and Leadership, including the Transition to Adulthood Program.
•To supervise staff.
•To represent the Agency in the Educational community.
•To review and approve lesson plans.
•To review and Approve recruitment and retention methods.
•To set program philosophies and standards..
•To observe teachers and identify training needs.
•Ensure safety of site, and off site placements.
•Build partnerships and collaborations with other organizations.
•To facilitate communication between program staff and agency.
•To facilitate communication between program staff on differing contracts.
•To facilitate communication between school administration and program.
•To support staff with on-site supervision and ensure smooth operation.
•To produce reports as needed.
•To review and oversee collection of evaluation data.
•To coordinate staff training.
•To coordinate special programs and institutional collaborations.
•Attend meetings and training as needed.
•Oversee Internship placement site supervision.
•Spearhead curricular development.
•Ensure line staff meets and documents outcomes.
•Ensure DOH and SACC compliance.
•Oversee apprentice, internship and community service components.
•Oversee arts and strength based program approach.
•Other duties as assigned by Executive Director.
Master’s degree required. Five (5) years administrative and supervisory experience in education, youth development, educational management or policy. Comprehensive knowledge of an arts based curricula and youth development. Flexible schedule is required. Bilingual-Spanish is required.
How TO APPLY:
Submit a resume and cover letter with salary and qualifications to:
Wanda Maldonado Director of Human Resources 315 Wyckoff Avenue, 4th Fl Brooklyn, NY 11237 F: 718-497-9495 firstname.lastname@example.org
Summary of the Agency: The Coalition for Hispanic Family Services is a multi-service agency serving children and families of North Brooklyn. These include foster care, adoption, youth development, primary health care, mental health, HIV/AIDS case management, community health education and outreach, in-service internships and after school education.