Provide administrative oversight and leadership to the Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) Team; supervise ROSC staff and contractors; and responsible for the effective delivery of community health programs.
Ensure that assigned program activities support contract/grant requirements and deliverables for digitally based Recovery Support Services.
Work collaboratively to promote programs with community partners (e.g. schools, local law-enforcement, faith-based organizations, social service agencies, and community members).
Develop and evaluate the work of assigned programs.
Research, develop and oversee appropriate implementation of materials.
Provide consultation related to best practices in recovery support services provision
Assume responsibility for annual non-competitive submission of program applications to acquire grants.
Support Development staff in the application for new program funding.
Oversee the development and implementation of a process to evaluate the work of all evidence-based grant prevention programs.
Monitor progress towards program goals, budgets, required reporting.
Attend funder-mandated trainings, meetings and workshops.
Supervise program staff.
Collaborate with Division Director in identifying performance measures and annual budget.
Effectively implement and monitor program performance including individual and unit productivity expectations.
Participate with Division Director in exploring opportunity expansion or enrichment within CCPRD.
In collaboration with the Director and Finance department staff; prepare, revise and monitor budgets for assigned programs.
Monitor unit staffing needs and in conjunction with Director, develop job descriptions, interview, hire, and orientation of new unit staff.
Receive administrative input from Director and provide feedback regarding administrative issues.
Provide ongoing supervision and performance evaluation for supervisees building on strengths and identifying ongoing growth/training needs.
Participate in program planning, service coordination, practice development, as a member of the Division.
Represent KYC at community events.
Interpret and communicate at a service delivery level KYC policy and procedures.
Participate in ROSC training and/or certification.
Digital toolkit development and/or maintenance
Design experience for community health promotion
Highly skilled in community outreach
Monitor unit functioning and reporting
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Expertise in the field of design and using social media for outreach
Knowledge of implementation and reporting on grants
Provide quality assurance oversight of staff and interns
Select, retain and evaluate staff and provide coverage of functions in absence of key staff and intern(s)
Provide coverage of critical functions in the absence of the CHD Director or CC Manager
Graphic design experience
Ability to interact with school system administrators and community leaders
Ability to relate to and present to adolescents, young adults, veterans, and the LGBTQ+ community
Knowledge of substance use recovery support services
Needs Assessment and Strategic Planning for community health
Knowledge of the principles of Positive Youth Development
Bachelor’s Degree in prevention, public health, social services, education, or related field required.
Supervision or program management experience.
Experience in local community organizing activities related to community risk prevention and/or building strong families or communities.
Experience in consultation and training.
Kenneth Young Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer
About Kenneth Young Center
Kenneth Young Center is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit, comprehensive provider of mental health and senior citizens' support services. Our mission is to help people "feel good, do better and find solutions" by providing: Counseling for adults, children, families. Assessment, stabilization, linkage for adults/children in psychiatric crisis. Treatment, support, and recovery services for those with serious mental illness. Service coordination and in-home services for frail elderly persons. Volunteer opportunities. We are accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, a nationally respected body with stringent standards of excellence in care. Kenneth Young Center offers a broad range of exciting employment and internship opportunities. All of our positions contribute directly to our mission of providing mental health and senior services to help people feel good, do better and find solutions. Our employees enjoy: Competitive pay, exceptional benefits and generous paid time off A friendly and supportive work environment Specialized rewards and recognition programs Training and skill development opportunities Challenging and diverse work assignments Personal development and career experience