RESPONSIBLE TO: Executive Director
SALARY: $72,000-$80,000/year plus benefits
LOCATION: McMinnville, OR. Hybrid Schedule with Time Needed in Office.
The Housing Stabilization Program Director is responsible for providing strategic direction in delivering YCAP’s county-wide high-quality housing and shelter programs. These programs promote stability through advocacy, empowerment, financial and tenant education, employment and skill-building, and coordination of supports and services which enable households to improve their economic and housing stability. The Housing Stabilization Program Director provides leadership in planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating all program components throughout YCAP’s and Continuum of Care service areas.
The Housing Stabilization Program Director represents the agency in local, regional, and national communities, promoting sound organizational and management innovations. They serve as a conduit for input and information, enabling innovation at all levels and effectively advocating for staff and youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness.
This position serves as a member of the Executive management and leadership teams, participating in staff meetings, strategic planning, developing short- and long-term service goals and objectives, agency resource development, and outreach.
- Provides vision, strategy, and leadership to Housing Stabilization (HS) program, employees, and program participants
- In partnership with the Development Director, create resource development strategies to fund programs utilizing funding from multiple funding sources and seeking additional opportunities and resources to expand program offerings
- Oversees the development of all HS grant applications and service contracts, including reporting
- Oversees the agency Community Needs Assessment in coordination with the Executive Leadership Team and other YCAP programs
- Organizes and oversees the Point in Time count for the agency
- Represents YCAP in the local, state, regional, and national communities responsible for coordinating housing and family services
- Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with the HUD field officers, OHCS Homeless Services Section staff, the Homeless Leadership Coalition, as the governing body of the Continuum of Care, City and County leaders, and community partners across YCAP’s service region
- Develops and oversees community outreach pertinent to the HS programs, including education and advocacy activities. At all times, represents the YCAP “brand” to the broader community
- Serves as a regional convener and collaborator around housing and homeless issues, in collaboration with the Housing Initiatives Director
- Serve as YCAP’s agency representative for after-hours HS program emergency issues
- Oversees the development of the HS program annual budget
- Provides ongoing fiscal oversight of the program budgets, expenditures, and revenues
- Oversees grant funding and matching funds procurement in partnership with the Development Director
- Requests preparation and presentation of financial reports for reporting and grant development purposes
- Directs all HS program monitoring review processes.
- Provides oversight of HS programs to assure that all programs, services, and systems are developed in accordance with awarded grants and contracts, compliance/regulatory requirements, and congruent with YCAP’s mission, and values
- Administers department data management, including client records and files, performance and service reports, assures that all required systems and records are maintained and up-to-date
- Manages sub-recipient relationships, ensuring timely reimbursement and monitoring for the program and regulatory compliance in accordance with agreements
- Implements internal and external reporting systems and procedures for monitoring and controlling fiscal and programmatic activities
Facilities and Contracts:
- Oversees the management of any facilities accessed by HS programs either directly or in coordination with facility management
- Coordinates facility needs with the agency Executive Director and Human Resources and Office Director to ensure integration with other agency systems (IT, signage, telephone, etc.)
- Develops RFP’s and implements contracting processes with sub-recipients
- Creates a positive team atmosphere providing quality service to clients, staff and interns through active listening, positive problem solving, and timely responses
- Provides direct supervision to department managers and direct report staff
- Supports the supervision of interns and work-study students
- Works closely with the department managers in the management of program staff and interns, including establishing work priorities, assignment of duties, monitoring project deadlines, and the evaluation process of individual performance
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Experience in human service program management, including program planning, operations, and evaluation, the use of management information systems
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- General knowledge of standard human resources practices
- Working knowledge of the regulatory environment
- Ability to build partnerships with community organizations and client groups
- Excellent leadership, team building, and problem-solving skills
- MSW preferred, Bachelor’s degree required, in a field with demonstrated relevance to the mission
- Experience in human service specific program management
- At least three years of progressively responsible management-level professional experience with a preference for such experience being in a HUD or similarly complex housing/homelessness program
- Knowledge of the best practices related to housing stability and housing programs
- Minimum of two years of management-level supervisory experience
- Valid driver’s license and insurance check of driving record
- Ability to pass drug screen & background check
- This is a full-time, exempt position
- The position will require regularly scheduled time spent in YCAP offices.
The physical demands described represent those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee will be required to sit, stand, kneel, walk and/or bend for extended periods of time. Must frequently lift and/or move up to 20 pounds and occasionally lift up to 30 pounds.
Nonprofit Professionals Now is pleased to be working with Yamhill Community Action Partnership in the effort to fill this key role.
Appy online here: https://npprofessionals.hiringthing.com/job/450911/yamhill-community-action-partnership-ycap
All applications must contain a resume and cover letter. All submitted materials are reviewed by NPN staff and considered as part of the hiring process.
Application Deadline: July 26, 2022
Reasonable Accommodations Statement To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The Yamhill Community Action Partnership (YCAP) was founded in 1980 as part of a nationwide network of social service agencies designed to help improve the lives of low-income people and strengthen communities. We assist the residents of Yamhill County, diligently focusing on four primary service categories: Housing Stabilization, Energy Services, the regional Food Bank, and Youth Services.