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South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency

3104 SE Old Olympic Highway
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Workforce Development Program Manager, Family Support Program Manager, Planning/Development Director

South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency
Shelton, WA Full time
Posted on January 26, 2018

MANAGERIAL OPPORTUNITIES WITH SPIPA

Workforce Development Program Manager

Family Support Program Manager

Planning/Development Director

Are you passionate about economic self-sufficiency and providing families with the tools to succeed?  Do you have experience with managing grant budgets and supervising dedicated employees?  Are you an innovative and energetic professional that wants to lead the development and implementation of Strategic Plans?

Workforce Development Manager and Family Support Program Manager Compensation:  Starting salary: $32.42 to $38.88 p/hr DOQ based on 37.5 hours p/wk.  

Planning/Development Director Compensation: Starting Salary: $46.26 to $54.68

Benefits for all 3 positions include medical, dental, vision, life insurance and retirement program. 

To Apply: go to the SPIPA website for detailed job descriptions, required qualifications and additional information. Complete Application form and send resume with cover letter describing how you are the best fit for the position and send with three work related references to: Dolly Garcia, Human Resources Manager, South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency, 3104 SE Old Olympic Hwy, Shelton, WA  98584 or email to dgarcia@spipa.org SPIPA application is available on line at http://spipa.org or by calling 360.426.3990. Native American preference/EO Employer: Disability/Veteran. Open until filled. First review is 2/8/18.

Full job descriptions below:

 

Job Description: Family Support Program Manager 

Department:                         Programs                                                    

Reports To:                         Executive Director

FLSA Classification:          Exempt

Wage Range:                       11/12

 

Position Summary:  Under the direction of the Executive Director and/or Deputy Executive Director, the Family Support Program Manager is responsible for the overall management and supervision of Family Support programs and staff such as Healthy Families, Childcare Development Fund, Foster/Relative care support, and TANF-Child Welfare programs which support consortium Tribes in increasing the levels of family support for their members. The position is located in the Intertribal Professional Center in Shelton, WA.

 

Major Responsibilities:

 

·         Program Management

Ø  Coordinate planning meetings and assist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of family support programs serving tribal community members, in collaboration with the Planning Department.

Ø  Coordinate and assist in writing new and renewal grant proposals on behalf of family support programs, in collaboration with the Planning Department.

Ø  Develop agency family support program budgets and monitor corresponding Tribal budgets. Assist Tribes in developing budgets that carry out scope of grants/contracts.

Ø  Provide technical assistance for Tribes and program staff for new and renewal SPIPA-based family support programs, such as Healthy Families, CCDF, TANF-CW, and Foster/Relative care support programs.

Ø  Ensure that program deliverables and reports meet funders’ criteria.

Ø  Develop procedures for each program and ensure compliance for site visits.

Ø  Coordinate the collection and analysis of data reported to internal and external stakeholders in compliance with rules and regulations.

Ø  Coordinate intertribal training on family support programs as requested.

Ø  Work with staff, the Tribes, and program participants to ensure program effectiveness.

Ø  Maintain awareness of new developments and communicate opportunities impacting family support programs as needed.

 

·         Staff Management and Development

Ø  Plan, prioritize, assign, supervise and review and evaluate the work of staff involved in providing services through SPIPA’s Family Support programs.

Ø  Participate in the selection of staff; provide or coordinate staff training, coach and mentor subordinate employees to improve job performance and correct deficiencies, implement disciplinary action as necessary.

Ø  Set goals and measurable expectations to assure alignment with agency mission and program deliverables.

Ø  Other duties as assigned.

 

Abilities/Skills:

Ø  Knowledge of family support programs management, including staff supervision and evaluation, program design and implementation, budget development and monitoring, and contract/grant administration.

Ø  Ability to work cross-culturally with Native American individuals and communities.

Ø  Capable of leading and interacting with a work team, providing a balance of support and leadership for program staff.

Ø  Problem solving and organizational skills for working on multiple projects concurrently using independent judgment and initiative.

Ø  Excellent writing, organizational, and oral communication skills required.

Ø  Basic understanding of statistical data gathering, interpretation and electronic reporting required.

Ø  Ability to work cooperatively and respectfully with internal and external stakeholders within program and SPIPA policies.

 

Qualifications:

 

Ø  Master’s Degree in human services, social services or similar field and three years related experience  working in family support related programs such as CCDF,TANF-CW, Healthy Families, Foster/Relative care support and other similar programs.  Three or more years of supervisory experience of subordinate employees, including setting, measuring, and evaluating performance expectations. Served communities include children, adolescents, adults, seniors and/or families.  Or

Ø  A Bachelor’s Degree in human services, social services or similar field and five years related experience working in family support related programs such as CCDF,TANF-CW, Healthy Families, Foster/Relative care support and other similar programs.  Three or more years of supervisory experience of subordinate employees, including setting, measuring, and evaluating performance expectations. Served communities include children, adolescents, adults, seniors and/or families.  Or

Ø  A High School diploma and ten years related experience working in family support related programs such as CCDF, TANF-CW, Healthy Families, Foster/Relative care support and other similar programs. Three or more years of supervisory experience of subordinate employees, including setting, measuring, and evaluating performance expectations.  Served communities include children, adolescents, adults, seniors and/or families.

Ø  Must be able to pass a background investigation including relevant criminal history check.

Ø  Provide a valid driver’s license with proof of auto insurance.

 

 

Physical Abilities: Bending at the waist; sitting for extended periods of time; dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard; hearing and speaking to exchange information; seeing to read reports and data; occasionally lifting medium objects generally less than 25 pounds.  Occasional travel to conferences and other SPIPA or Tribal Community locations.

 

Salary/Fringe Benefits: Compensation for this position has a starting range of $32.42 - $38.88 per hour DOQ (based on 37.5 hours per week). Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance and agency contribution to a retirement program.

 

Confidentiality: This position will have knowledge of confidential personal information regarding others.  The employee will be required to sign a Confidentiality Agreement and adhere to applicable standards.

 

Equal OpportunitySPIPA is an equal opportunity employer. However, Native American preference applies in that we seek to hire qualified enrolled members of SPIPA consortium Tribes, federally recognized Tribes or Alaska Natives. Minimum qualifications must be fully met for all applicants to be considered for employment.

 

Drug-free Workplace: SPIPA is committed to providing a drug-free workplace for its employees, volunteers and the communities it serves.  This position requires successful completion of a pre-employment drug test.

 

To Apply: Complete a SPIPA Employment Application packet and send with cover letter and resume including three work related references to: 

Dolly Garcia, HR Manager

South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency

3104 SE Old Olympic Hwy, Shelton, WA 98584

dgarcia@spipa.org

 

 

SPIPA Employment application is available online at http://www.spipa.org under Agency & Job Opportunities or by calling (360) 426-3990.

 

Application screening will begin Thursday, February 8, 2018.

Open until filled.

 

Job Description: Planning/Development Director

 

Department:                         Administration       

Reports To:                         Deputy Executive Director

FLSA Classification:          Exempt

Wage Range:                       13/14

 

Position Summary:  Under the general direction of the Executive Director and/or Deputy Executive Director, the Planning/Development Director is responsible for overseeing strategic and project planning, data collection, analysis and reporting, fund and grants development, and strategic communication functions for the agency. The planning department provides the infrastructure to support organizational, resource and Tribal development/quality improvement to maximize the Consortium’s competitiveness for addressing identified needs and priorities of member Tribes. Position located at the IPC in Shelton.

 

Core Functions:

  1. Facilitate the implementation of the agency’s strategic plan; develop, monitor, evaluate and report strategic plan outcome measures to assure the plan remains a fluid process and continues to further the agency towards its vision and mission.
  2. Lead and coordinate an Intertribal planning process that brings Tribal planners and other key Tribal staff together to plan and develop projects that align with the Board of Directors and Tribal Leaders’ priorities.
  3. Manage the agency’s grants development, management, compliance and reporting processes and systems.
  4. Manage the process for entering contracts, Memorandums of Agreements and Tribal resolutions with Tribes as grant award sub-recipients and with vendors for funded programs.
  5. Develop, monitor and enhance the agency’s fund portfolio/fund development plan to diversify the agency’s revenue streams and create agency sustainability.
  6. Research and cultivate external partnerships and donors to collaboratively meet the agency’s mission and vision and leverage resources not available internally. 
  7. Implement and enhance a strategic communications plan that conveys the positive impact the agency has on Tribal communities and to promote the individual accomplishments of consortium Tribes.
  8. Implement and enhance a system of data collection, analysis, reporting and use of Tribal and agency program data to enhance competitiveness of grant applications and support Consortium Tribes in using data to address priority Tribal community needs.
  9. Assist the Executive and Deputy Executive Directors in facilitating the agency’s Tribal Think Tank Process where priority projects are identified and assessed by the Board of Directors, Tribal Leaders and other Tribal decision-makers.
  10. Oversee comprehensive research to find, collect and report new information and facts to the agency’s Board of Directors to guide decisions in assuming collective new programs or projects.
  11. Manage the operations of the Planning and Development team.
  12. Serve on the agency’s Leadership Team to support the Executive Director in successful achievement of organizational goals and objectives.
  13. Participate and contribute to policy/process development and operational management.
  14. Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

Ø  Master’s degree in marketing, business administrative, non-profit leadership or related field with 6 years’ experience in planning and resource development; Three or more years of supervisory experience of subordinate employees, including setting, measuring, and evaluating performance expectations. Served communities include children, adolescents, adults, seniors and/or families.  Or

Ø  Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administrative, non-profit leadership or related field with 9 years’ experience in planning and resource development; Three or more years of supervisory experience of subordinate employees, including setting, measuring, and evaluating performance expectations. Served communities include children, adolescents, adults, seniors and/or families.

Ø  Demonstrated ability to plan and direct others to accomplish complex major activities and report on operations and activities which are broad in scope

Ø  Ability to make responsible decisions affecting a large section of the organization and stakeholder group

Ø  Ability to build and maintain strong personal relationships across a diversity of cultures

Ø  Excellent customer service skills and demonstrated ability to develop effective working relationships and maintain professionalism, diplomacy and tact with co-workers and stakeholder groups

Ø  Experience working with Native American communities preferred

Ø  Able to plan and meet deadlines while maintaining a flexible work schedule to meet demands of executive-level management work

Ø  Demonstrated initiative and work as a team player

Ø  Strong MS Office skills including Excel, Word and PowerPoint

Ø  Pass a background investigation including criminal history, credit check, confirmation of work experience and education

 

Supervisory Requirements: This position supervises the Grants Development/Compliance Coordinator, the Planner/Data Analyst and the Communications Specialist in accordance with SPIPA’s policies, procedures and applicable laws.

 

Physical Abilities: Bending at the waist; sitting for extended periods of time; dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard; hearing and speaking to exchange information; seeing to read reports and data; lifting light objects. Occasional travel to other SPIPA or regional locations.

 

Salary/Fringe Benefits:  Compensation for this position has a starting range of $46.26 - $54.68 per hour DOQ (based on 37.5 hours per week). Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance and agency contribution to a retirement program.

 

Confidentiality:  This position will have knowledge of confidential personal information regarding others.  The employee will be required to sign a Confidentiality Agreement and adhere to applicable standards.

 

Equal Opportunity:  SPIPA is an equal opportunity employer. Native American preference applies in that we seek to hire qualified enrolled members of SPIPA consortium Tribes, federally recognized Tribes or Alaskan Natives. Minimum qualifications must be fully met for all applicants to be considered for employment.

 

Drug-free Workplace: SPIPA is committed to providing a drug-free workplace for its employees, volunteers and the communities it serves.  This position requires successful completion of a pre-employment drug test.

 

To Apply:  Complete a SPIPA Employment Application packet and send with cover letter and resume including three work related references to:

 

Dolly Garcia; Human Resources Manager

South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency

3104 SE Old Olympic Hwy

Shelton, WA 98584

dgarcia@spipa.org

 

SPIPA Employment application is available online at http://www.spipa.org under Agency & Job Opportunities or by calling (360) 426-3990.

 

Application screening will begin Thursday, February 8, 2018.

Open until filled.

 

 

Job Description:  Workforce Development Program Manager

 

Department:                         Programs                                                                

Reports To:                         Executive Director

FLSA Classification:          Exempt

Wage Range:                       11/12 

 

Position Summary: Under the direction of the Executive Director and/or Deputy Executive Director, the Workforce Development Program Manager is responsible for the overall management and supervision of Workforce Development programs and staff such as TANF, Voc Rehab, and NEW which support consortium Tribes in increasing Tribal member employability through workforce development, education and training programs. The position is located at the Intertribal Professional Center, Shelton, WA.

 

Major Responsibilities: The Workforce Development Program Manager works with consortium Tribes to: 1) identify training needs and gaps in qualifications as well as supports Tribes in addressing identified gaps, 2) explore workforce development, education and training opportunities to share with Tribes; and 3) manages the Workforce Development Program at SPIPA.

 

·         Program Management

Ø  Coordinate planning meetings and assist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of workforce development programs serving tribal community members in collaboration with the Planning Department.

Ø  Coordinate and assist in writing new and renewal grant proposals on behalf of workforce development programs in collaboration with the Planning Department.

Ø  Develop agency workforce development program budgets and monitor corresponding tribal budgets. Assist Tribes in developing budgets that carry out scope of grants/contracts.

Ø  Provide technical assistance for Tribes and program staff for new and renewal SPIPA-based workforce development programs, such as Tribes Assisting Native Families (TANF), Vocational Rehabilitation, and Native Employment Works (NEW).

Ø  Ensure that program deliverables and reports meet funders’ criteria.

Ø  Develop procedures for each program and ensure compliance for site visits.

Ø  Coordinate the collection and analysis of data reported to internal and external stakeholders in compliance with rules and regulations.

Ø  Coordinate intertribal training on workforce development programs as requested.

Ø  Work with staff, the Tribes, and program participants to ensure program effectiveness.

Ø  Maintain awareness of new developments and communicate opportunities impacting workforce development programs as needed.

Ø  Coordinate program activities with those of other departments, outside agencies and organizations, including the Tribes.

Ø  Attend meetings and conferences (including phone conferences and out of state travel to mandatory conferences).

Ø  Monitor project budget, expenditures, modifications and justifications.

Ø  Provide oral and written presentations of program accomplishments.

 

·         Staff Management and Development

Ø  Plan, prioritize, assign, supervise, review and evaluate the work of staff involved in providing services through SPIPA’s Workforce Development programs.

Ø  Participate in the selection of staff; provide or coordinate staff training; coach and mentor subordinate employees to improve job performance and correct deficiencies; implement disciplinary action as necessary.

Ø  Set goals and measurable expectations to assure alignment with agency mission and program deliverables.

Ø  Other duties as assigned.

 

Abilities/Skills:

Ø  Knowledge of workforce development programs management, including staff supervision and evaluation, program design and implementation, budget development and monitoring, and contract/grant administration.

Ø  Ability to work cross-culturally with Native American individuals and communities.

Ø  Capable of leading and interacting with a work team, providing a balance of support and leadership for program staff.

Ø  Problem solving and organizational skills for working on multiple projects concurrently using independent judgment and initiative.

Ø  Excellent writing, organizational, and oral communication skills required.

Ø  Basic understanding of statistical data gathering, interpretation and electronic reporting required.

Ø  Ability to work cooperatively and respectfully with internal and external stakeholders within program and SPIPA policies. 

 

Qualifications:

Ø  Master’s Degree in human services, social services or similar field and three years related experience managing workforce development or similar programs. Three or more years of supervisory experience of subordinate employees, including setting, measuring, and evaluating performance expectations. Served communities include children, adolescents, adults, seniors and/or families.    Or

Ø  A Bachelor’s Degree in human services, social services or similar field and five years related experience managing workforce development or similar programs. Three or more years of supervisory experience of subordinate employees, including setting, measuring, and evaluating performance expectations. Served communities include children, adolescents, adults, seniors and/or families.     

Ø  Must be able to pass a background investigation including relevant criminal history check.

Ø  Provide a valid driver’s license with proof of auto insurance.

 

Physical Abilities: Bending at the waist; sitting for extended periods of time; dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard; hearing and speaking to exchange information; seeing to read reports and data; occasionally lifting medium objects generally less than 25 pounds.  Occasional travel to conferences and other SPIPA or Tribal Community locations.

 

Salary/Fringe Benefits: Compensation for this position has a starting range of $32.42 - $38.88 per hour DOQ (based on 37.5 hours per week). Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance and agency contribution to a retirement program.

 

Confidentiality:  This position will have knowledge of confidential personal information regarding others.  The employee will be required to sign a Confidentiality Agreement and adhere to applicable standards.

 

Equal Opportunity:  SPIPA is an equal opportunity employer. However, Native American preference applies in that we seek to hire qualified enrolled members of SPIPA consortium Tribes, federally recognized Tribes or Alaska Natives. Minimum qualifications must be fully met for all applicants to be considered for employment.

 

Drug-free Workplace: SPIPA is committed to providing a drug-free workplace for its employees, volunteers and the communities it serves.  This position requires successful completion of a pre-employment drug test.

 

To Apply:  Complete a SPIPA Employment Application packet and send with cover letter and resume including three work related references to: 

Dolly Garcia, HR Manager

South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency

3104 SE Old Olympic Hwy, Shelton, WA 98584

dgarcia@spipa.org

 

 

SPIPA Employment application is available online at http://www.spipa.org under Agency & Job Opportunities or by calling (360) 426-3990.

 

Application screening will begin Thursday, February 8, 2018.

Open until filled.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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