Program Manager
New Directions for Veterans
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Post Date: Nov 21, 2023
Job Type: Part Time
Start Date: ASAP
Salary: 31.25-36.05 per hour
Location: US - California - Los Angeles
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• Development and control of program budget. Reviews budgetary issues. Ensures that the VASH program is producing at or above expected levels. Provides Program Staff with continuous feedback regarding their program goals and strategies to meet contract obligations.
• Monitors staff and site productivity (both billable and non-billable) to ensure that expectations are being met. Monitors for timely submission of work flow, from service delivery through billing.
• Provides general management to all staff assigned to program, including regarding recruitment, selection training, performance evaluation, discipline, etc.   
• Development of Program services and professional staff.
• Management of Direct Services staff. Assists and informs program staff in leadership matters pertinent to their site staff. Participates in monthly supervisory group supervision.
• Meets regularly with Clinical staff regarding operational concerns for site/program. Development and implementation of policies and procedures.
• Manages access and utilization of services, ensuring that the quality of care is commensurate with LA County and State expectations.
• Participates in overall program planning, development and quality control. Maintains awareness of serviced delivery changes that are proposed in the social service/mental health systems and participates in modifying ND Vets VASH service delivery.
• Ensuring program activities comply with contract. Ensures compliance with Administrative policies and county/state laws, regulations and guidelines. Ensures that all documentation is compliant with State and Federal Standard.
• Other duties as assigned.

• LCSW, LPCC or MFT licensed in good standing with the Board of Behavioral Science
• MSW or Master’s degree in related human services field from an accredited four-year college or university required.
• 1-2 years previous related advanced Management and Supervisory responsibility.
• Advanced knowledge of LAC DMH and Federal and State laws.
• Ability to work in a Multi-Cultural environment.
• Time Management Skills.
• Effective Interpersonal Skills.
• A focus on monitoring details.

Part time with ability for Full time work

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