. Tasked with finding innovative ways to enhance the efficiency and growth of the division while ensuring compliance with all rules and regulations. Strong working knowledge of performance and operations management to optimize productivity and employee satisfaction.
Meets with business and community leaders, schools and universities, service clubs and community organizations. Serves as liaison between agency and funding sources, general community, local organizations, and local, state and federal officials. Prepares and/or supervises all budget preparations, amendments & modifications for programs within the Division. Identifies service gaps and seeks new funding sources and opportunities to sustain and expand the services offered to clients. Responsible for ensuring that the Agency's personnel policies are adhered to. Directs facilitates & coordinates the WDS Division delivery system to assure compliance with contractual obligations and compliance with agency goals, objectives and priorities. Networks with other agencies and programs in the area to coordinate delivery of services, joint ventures and shared resources.
Qualifications: Minimum BS/BA in business administration or related field; master's degree preferred.
Requirements: Significant work experience as a department director or similar position. Strong working knowledge of performance and operations management. Familiarity with nonprofit regulations. Solid computer skills, including Microsoft Office & related databases & software. Exceptional communication and public speaking skills. Outstanding leadership & organizational skills. Competent collaborator and skilled cross-functional communicator. Analyze problematic situations & occurrences and provide solutions to ensure division survival and growth.
Must have access to private automobile and valid PA driver's license. Required to have appropriate auto insurance as required by the agency. Requires Act 33, 34 and FBI Clearances. Must be able to make extensive community appearances, travel to regional and state meetings and workshops and possible evening meetings. Ability to work a flexible le schedule that may include early mornings, evenings, and/or weekends. Must meet Immigration Law employment requirements.
Salary Range: $61,000.00 - $70,000.00 based on experience.
Deadline to Apply: Monday January 25, 2021 . Apply at: gecac.org (Careers)