Coordinator for Neighborhood Center for Families (NCF) – Union Park
NCF Coordinator – Union Park JOB TITLE: NCF COORDINATOR (Neighborhood Coordinator)
DEPARTMENT: CCC NCF
LOCATION: ORANGE COUNTY-UNION PARK
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The position oversees the daily operation of the assigned Neighborhood Center for Families (NCF), excluding Child Care Eligibility. Ensures all program requirements, reports, and evaluations are completed accurately and timely. Ensures clients and collaborative partners are being delivered service of high quality standards and that they are satisfied with the programs. May perform case management coordination responsibilities including but not limited to intake, tracking, and coordination of services for clients and participants.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Provides oversight to assigned staff and volunteers including recruitment, hiring, scheduling, supervision, and training.
- Clearly communicates the goals and objectives of the CCC and the Family Support Model to assigned all parties.
- Maintains ongoing monitoring procedures to ensure continuous program quality and improvement. Assists with the Agency planning and utilizes the data to improve all program systems and services. Oversees the facilitation of community needs surveys, focus groups and or stakeholder evaluations to assess service delivery, program effectiveness and feasibility.
- Manages center operational expenditures, procurement policies, and inventory control.
- Coordinates, evaluate and disseminate all program reporting results and information to appropriate NCF partners.
- Works with multiple agencies, governmental, and citizens’ groups in the marketing, and evaluation of NCF services and events. Utilizes brochures, presentations, newsletters, best practice articles and media awareness activities.
- Oversees the community plans including development, outreach, and coordination of community groups. Works with the NCF collaborative partners to develop and implement activities in accordance with written, approved, community plans.
- Maintains contact with CCC Leadership, keeping them informed of any potential deficiencies or non-compliance.
- Participates at Agency staff meetings providing input, program updates, and ideas to promote the growth and well-being.
- Ensures representation of NCF staff on Agency Quality Improvement teams, Safety Committees, and other initiatives.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.
- Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership techniques, and coordination of people and resources. Knowledge of basic accounting, grant writing, procurement, and budget processes.
- Ability to communicate effectively to build working relationships with employees and professionals outside the Agency.
- Ability to operate a personal computer, network computers, and navigate multiple screens/portals of information. Knowledge of a variety of computer software (including MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Ability to navigate the Internet.
- Must have excellent planning, organization, administration and development skills. Must be capable of working under pressure.
- Ability to read, analyze and interpret written information, including precise data and terminology, possibly of a confidential nature.
- Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing. Excellent presentation skills.
- Ability to handle deadlines, prepare detailed reports and maintain documentation.
- Ability to collaborate and cooperate with outside Agencies.
- Ability to handle complaints, settle disputes, and resolve grievances and conflicts, and negotiate with others.
- Ability to gain knowledge of and communicate Agency’s philosophy, goals, objectives, organizational structure, programs, and services. Ability to gather and analyze data and make concise, accurate reports and recommendations. Ability to supervise and train staff. Ability to solve problems. Ability to work and communicate with people from various multi-cultural backgrounds and socio-economic levels.
- Sensitivity to the needs, abilities, beliefs, and attitudes of individuals within and outside the Agency, including but not limited to customers and co-workers.
Education and Experience
- Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Public or Business Administration, Management, Social Work, Information Management, or a related field.
- One (1) year Social Services related experience, preferably with management/supervisory experience in a community collaborative setting or of neighborhood based related activities.
- Bilingual Preferred
SALARY: $37,062.07 Annually
BENEFITS: Medical, Dental, Vision and Paid Time Off
PAY GRADE: 9
Equal Opportunity Employer – Veteran/Disability