Senior Manager of Home Visitation
Title: Senior Manager of Home Visitation
Reports to: Director of Family Progams
Provides Supervision to: HIPPY and PAT Managers
Status: Full-Time Salaried, Non-Exempt
Benefits: Kaiser 90% for employee 50% for family, Delta Dental 100% for employee 50% for family, LT, ST and life insurance, IRA retirement plan up to 3% match, Vacation/Sick time/Personal Time.
Mission of Focus Points Family Resource Center: To build better communities by strengthening families.
Scope of Organization: For almost 25 years, Focus Points has successfully worked to transform the lives of low-income families in Northeast Denver. Focus Points’ community-driven programs are aptly designed to address the myriad of challenges that our families face, helping them to move further along the pathway to self-resilience and fulfillment. The scope of our services is thus very broad, including early education, health and wellness, economic and workforce development, mental health support, basic needs assistance, public transportation, English Language Acquisition (ELA), and adult basic education.
Position Summary: The Senior Manager provides oversight of the Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) and Parents as Teachers (PAT) programs and ensures fidelity and funding requirements are met. The position performs comprehensive budget, project, and supervision management duties. The Senior Manager will also serve as a representative of Focus Points in the early childhood space and will cultivate partnerships in support of the programs. The Senior Manager supervises the HIPPY and PAT managers.
Essential Function: Program Oversight
• Receives program model training to ensure home visitation program requirements, objectives, measures, and outcomes are met.
• Formulates strategic planning for PAT and HIPPY programs focusing on service improvement and delivery, in alignment with program models and sets program goals in collaboration with program managers.
• Oversees home visitation program budgets in partnership with home visitation managers.
• Regulates grant management and reporting for PAT and HIPPY programs.
• Provides project management for projects related to programs.
• Creates consistent processes and procedures for the implementation of program events including, but not limited to, group connections, holidays and end of the year/graduation celebrations.
• Coordinates recruitment/marketing plans with program managers resulting in full caseloads for programs and educators.
• Works collaboratively with other departments to ensure systems are in place for appropriate communication, program logistics, and annual programming calendar.
• Acts as support for program managers with program-related responsibilities, delineated per program guidance, including, but not limited to data entry, meeting attendance, and/or program delivery.
• Establishes and builds supportive relationships with participant families and other Focus Points personnel.
• Serves as representative of the organization to cultivate mutually-beneficial partnerships in the early childhood field supportive of the organization and participants.
• Analyzes changes, opportunities and risks in the early childhood space and collaborates with Director of Family Programs to initiate program change initiatives.
• Receives Reflective Supervision (RS) training and provides RS and administrative supervision to direct reports.
• Provides coaching, support, and conflict resolution assistance to direct reports and program personnel to ensure high job performance, growth and professional development opportunities.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Accountabilities
• Genuine interest in Focus Points’ mission.
• Strong organizational skills and efficient at managing multiple responsibilities and deadlines.
• Experience in process improvement practices as well as policy/system development and implementation.
• Exceptional interpersonal communication skills to support, engage, and collaborate with a variety of audiences, focusing on low-income, immigrant families from diverse communities.
• Ability to adapt to changing circumstances and deal with adversity.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Flexibility of schedule including some afternoons and weekends.
Credentials, Experience and Qualifications
• Minimum of 3 years’ experience in program management. Experience in PAT and/or HIPPY program, preferred.
• 3-5 years supervisory experience.
• Associates Degree and/or higher in Early Childhood Education, Social Work, Business, or related field, required.
• Familiarity working with multiple funding streams, including government grants.
• Experience working in a non-profit environment.
• Bilingual and biliterate in Spanish and English, required.
• Experience working with a diverse, multilingual, and low-income workforce and communities.
• Proficient in database management (SalesForce, Visit Tracker, etc.), required.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office suite and video conferencing software, required.
• Demonstrated commitment to communities of color, Latinx, Immigrant, Refugee and Asylum-seeking populations.
• Commitment to participate in anti-racist work.Minimum of 3 years’ experience in program management. Experience in PAT and/or HIPPY program, preferred.
Contact: Send your information to:
Mayra Ramirez, Director of Family Programs at email@example.com
*All interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume by Friday, August 14th at 5:00 p.m., 2020.
*No phone calls please.
Focus Points Resource Center is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits unlawful discrimination on the basis of age, race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, military status, genetic information, ancestry, creed, gender identity or expression, and sexual orientation, or any other status protected by applicable federal, state or local law.