1) Under the direction of the Principal Investigator, the Executive Director is accountable for the day-to-day operations of Care2Preventâ™s programs and works in partnership with the Principal Investigator to manage C2Pâ™s program staff and programs. Â This includes ensuring that all programs deliver services in accordance with institutional and funder guidelines and meet stipulated performance metrics.
2) Partners with grants administration to ensure that program pre-awards functions occur in a timely and accurate manner including budget preparation, work plan preparation, budget revisions, and timely completion of all required grant documentation. Â
3) Partners with grant administration to ensure that program post-awards functions occur in a timely and accurate manner including monitoring grant spending, management of program master budget, ensuring allowable expenses are purchased through appropriate procurement methods, and ensuring documentation requirements for expenditures are met. Â Â
4) Works with section and departmental administration to ensure that the programâ™s supply, technology, and space needs are satisfied.
5) Serves as the primary program liaison to the section and departmental administration related to the programâ™s human resource needs. Â This includes monitoring the timely submission of all job postings, ensuring interview processes occur in a timely fashion that adheres to institutional guidelines, oversees the performance evaluation process for the program, ensures all staff in supervisory roles are equipped to effectively manage direct reports, and is accountable for other human resource functions that arise as needed. Â
6) Partners with the Principal Investigator and Director of Special Projects to identify, prioritize, and respond to funding opportunities that align with Care2Preventâ™s mission and vision and to develop new programs. Â This could include local, state, federal, and philanthropic funding opportunities. Â
7)Â Partners with the C2P Leadership team to evaluate all C2P programs on an ongoing basis and develop a program-wide quality improvement plan with measurable program, team, and individual metrics. Â
8) Represents C2P in meetings of internal and external stakeholders including community planning bodies, current or potential funders, and collaborators on C2P programs and projects. Â Â
1) Excellent oral and written communication skills 2)Â Strong interpersonal skills 3)Â Sensitivity to and understanding of issues concerning HIV 4)Â Ability to exercise discretion and confidentiality while handling sensitive situations 5)Â Ability to handle tasks requiring a high level of attention to detail 6)Â Ability to prioritize tasks independently 7) High level of proficiency with time management 8)Â Ability to problem-solve 9)Â Comfort with frequent communication via phone and e-mail 10) Proficiency in the use of computers, especially Microsoft Office and Adobe Â
1) Ability to work in a high-stress environment and handle high-pressure situations
1) Advanced degree in human services field (e.g., public health, social work, nonprofit management, healthcare administration, public policy, psychology, etc.) from an accredited college/university
1) A minimum of 7 years of experience in a human services field
2) Cover Letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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