PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Salary Dependent on Experience

Good Neighbor Alliance is a 501c3 non-profit organization operating Samaritan Station Emergency Homeless Shelter serving men, women, families with children and veterans of Cochise County, as well as other supportive programs.

Please email resume to:  tara@mtebooks.com or mail to:             

 

                                                                                                Good Neighbor Alliance

                                                                                                420 N 7th St

                                                                                                Sierra Vista, AZ 85635

 

Resumes must be received NLT 31 July 2020

 

DEFINITIONS & ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

 

Under administrative direction from the Board of Directors plans, organizes, directs and evaluates the activities of the Good Neighbor Alliance (GNA).  Essential functions included in the job description may include tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics.  The list of tasks is illustrative only and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by this position. 

 

TASKS

 

Responsible for:

v  seeking resources, grants, and programs to enhance the services to assist homeless neighbors and shelter guests in their transition to becoming housed and self-sufficient

v  raise community awareness of GNA’s programs and goals through presentations, advertising, and networking

v  design, organize, and execute fundraising activities

v  maintains relationships with City of Sierra Vista, County of Cochise and state agencies in raising the awareness to further the mission of GNA

v  establish and maintain effective working relationships with social service organizations to provide a wide range of services

v  administration of all grant programs, ensuring all monthly reporting requirements are met

v  researching, preparing, reviewing and presenting management reports to the Board of Directors

v  develop, implement and evaluate policies, procedures, strategies and goals

v  hold staff meetings

v  maintain, update and ensure procedural compliance for programs

v  set priorities and establish administrative direction

v  develop and oversee long and short-term projects/activities

v  preparing budgets for grant(s)/contract(s)

v  preparing deposits

v  maintain current and accurate donor records

v  preparing and present management reports to the Board of Directors

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & OTHER CHARACTERISTICS

The principles, concepts and practices for management of 501c3 non-profit organization, including budgeting and administration.  Federal, state and local laws, regulations and codes pertinent to non-profit organizations and homeless rehousing.  Principles, practices and concepts of leading a diverse, multi-function organization.  Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, including making frequent public presentations.

Skill in:

·         Complying with regulations regarding homeless rehousing, including Homeless Management

·         Information System and the Continuum of Care

·         Working effectively with a Board of Directors and associated committees, etc.

·         Working with community advocates concerning homelessness and related issues

·         Grant research, writing, and implementation

·         Identifying alternate funding sources and opportunities

·         Organizing and executing fundraising activities

·         Assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks, projects and demands

·         Operating a personal computer and ability to learn and utilize specialized software

Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED equivalent.  Preference may be given to candidates possessing a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Management, Social Services or related field. Five years’ experience in non-profit management.  Experience with homeless populations or related field preferred.  Valid Arizona Driver’s License (or ability to obtain one) with evidence of Good Driving Record.  Proof of automobile insurance.

 

 

Good Neighbor Alliance is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

Reasonable Accommodations will be made for those with a disability in any phase of the recruitment process.