Beacon Program Director
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Post Date: Aug 08, 2020
Job Type: Full Time
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Location: US - New York - Brooklyn
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Description
Responsibilities:

•        Reports to Deputy Director of BCS Youth Development Division;
•        Supervision and coverage for direct reports: Assistant Directors, Groups Leaders, Youth Leaders, Office Manager, Activity Specialists; Provide On-Site coverage for staff when needed; Oversees the day-to-day activities/events of the center;
•        Develop educational and recreational summer and school year programming in accordance with DYCD and DOH/SACC guidelines; Ensure programs are effective and designed to achieve measurable goals in line with BCS mission and DYCD contractual obligations;
•        Direct contact and reporting to DYCD Program Manager, oversight responsibility of DYCD Site/Audit visits, and attendance at DYCD Director meetings;
•        Oversee and monitor DYCD database to ensure program is meeting contract compliance reporting, enrollment numbers and rates of participation, including pulling weekly ROP/ADA and enrollment reports to review in supervision with program staff and Deputy Director;
•        Engage and monitor all Co-locator and Sub-contractor relationships for Beacon site;
•        Plan, implement and support all recruitment, enrollment, retention and referral efforts of Beacon participants to ensure contractual requirements are met;
•        Coordinate and attend all advisory board meetings; Coordinate and ensure compliance with all Youth Council meetings
•        Maintain inventory of supplies and equipment ensuring budget mandates are followed
•        Recruitment, hiring, training, scheduling, performance evaluations and payroll for all Beacon program staff;
•        Experience with effective management of crisis intervention, handling mental health and medical issues with participants and working with people with histories of trauma.
•        Develop and implement staff professional development workshops responsive to youth and community needs.
•        Participate in cross agency working groups and committees to achieve agency goals; attend training seminars, division staff meetings, and community meetings as needed.
•        Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
•        Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development or Elementary Education with strong management experience (5 years or more) required; MSW, or equivalent Master’s Degree, preferred
•        Excellent leadership, communication, supervisory and team-building skills, including the ability to motivate, align staff efforts to changing priorities and approaches, set goals, delegate responsibilities, and manage staff performance so as to ensure effective service delivery in accordance with organizational goals and program contracts.
•        Must be eligible for SACC certification
•        Proficient in typing; responding to emails, and phone calls
•        Computer skills: Microsoft Office; Google Docs; Spreadsheets; and Calendar Development
•        Excellent leadership, communication, supervisory and team-building skills, including the ability to motivate, align staff efforts to changing priorities and approaches, set goals, delegate responsibilities, and manage staff performance so as to ensure effective service delivery in accordance with organizational goals and program contracts.



Contact Details

Email: ycolon@wearebcs.org