Base $72,638 to DOE
In conjunction with the Agency Director and with the support of
the Network Builder, the Southern Services Director will promote
new, as well as on-going, CCS service delivery efforts with local
community members including local cities, county, foundations,
community groups, Catholic parishes, the Deanery, and other
institutions. Will actively search out new service delivery
initiatives and diligently work to procure funding to bring these
initiatives to fruition. Responsible for the development,
implementation, and oversight of the programs serving people
experiencing homelessness in Clark County and all other counties
being served by CSS south of Thurston County.
The Southern Services Director is responsible for the
management, successful operations, and growth of the 63 unit
Non-Congregate Homeless Shelter, ensuring client exits to permanent
housing, safety, contract compliance, preparing and monitoring
budgets, grant writing, fund development, continuous program
development, and public relations.
The Southern Services Director will support CCS with
relationships with local leaders, community support, and public
relations related to development of new affordable housing projects
in the area. Is responsible for fulfilling CCS's goals and mission
and for the development and enhancement of within the four counties
the comprise the Archdiocese's Southern Deanery: Clark, Cowlitz,
Skamania, and Wahkiakum.
Program and Community Development:
This position represents CCS in Vancouver, Clark County, and
throughout the Southern Deanery. This includes managing
relationships with multiple local funders, community leaders, and
advocacy groups. The Southern Services Director takes an active
role in advocating for services with local, county and state
funders as well as providers, foundations, Parishes, Deaneries, and
other organizations and institutions.
This position is responsible for providing leadership on
services addressing the needs of people experiencing homelessness
in Clark and surrounding counties. This includes managing the
service provision of emergency shelters and new program
development. This position steers the mission and vision for
homeless and housing services in the Southern Deanery.
Responsible for developing and safekeeping a workplace that
values and supports a culturally and ethnically diverse work
environment, that represents the clients served by the shelter.
Directly hire and support two Program Supervisors and 35 support
staff. Provide leadership through effective communication,
coaching, and evaluation. Provide oversight and support for the
hiring and supervision of all shelter staff, ensuring that staffing
levels are maintained consistent with service needs to ensure
financial stability of the program and budgetary compliance.
This position is responsible for the fiscal health of services
in the Southern Deanery, including the Bertha's Place Shelter
Program. This includes oversight of budget management, grant
writing, and government contracts. This includes federal, state,
and local government funds, which are subject to audit.
This position is responsible for developing and implementing-in
coordination with the Fund Development office-a fund development
plan for the Southern Deanery.
6 years progressive supervisory experience in human services, or
4 years progressive management experience in a related field (BA
Degree in Social Services, Business, or related field may
substitute). Experience with and knowledge of people experiencing
poverty Excellent communication and facilitation skills, both
written and oral, including public speaking and making
presentations. Demonstrated ability to establish community
relationships Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge, and
skills to deliver culturally competent services and work
effectively in multi-cultural situations. Commitment to developing
and safekeeping a workplace which values and supports a culturally
diverse work environment. Support and contribute to a creative,
collaborative and respectful environment that promotes teamwork
Support and uphold the mission, beliefs and values of Catholic
Community Services and Catholic Housing Services and a knowledge of
and commitment to working within the Social Teaching of the
Master's Degree in Social Work, Public Administration, or other
related field Demonstrated financial management experience with
multiple funding sources: developing and monitoring contract
budgets and performing ongoing financial analysis. Demonstrated
knowledge and experience in emergency and transitional housing
strategies for adults, including development, management, and
supervision. Program and fund development experience, including
grant writing. Knowledge of Vancouver/Clark County area human
services providers. Experience organizing diverse groups of
Note to Internal Candidates: HR reviews internal compensation
and determines increase based on their experience and also agency
internal equity factors.
Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an
Equal Opportunity Employer. Please let us know if you need special
accommodations to apply or interview for this position.