|Neighborhood House Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer (Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans). To read more about this, view the EEO is the Law poster and this EEO is the Law Poster Supplement|
The Neighborhood House Association is a non-profit organization. Head Start positions are funded in whole or in part by money provided through the State and Federal Government. Additionally, some Social Service Program positions may be funded in whole or in part through grant funds. Because positions and salaries may be funded through grants, and State and Federal funds ongoing employment will be contingent upon the continued receipt of these funds.
Eligible employees receive the following benefits:
|Vacation ||401K Retirement Plan ||Account (FSA) |
|Sick Leave ||Medical ||Life & Disability Insurance |
|Two (2) personal days ||Dental ||Supplemental Life & Voluntary Products |
|Four (4) days annual bereavement ||Flexible Spending Account ||Social Security |
|**Medical and dental benefits are provided to regular employees who work a minimum of 30 hours per week** |
All regular appointees serve a six (6) month introductory period.
In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Neighborhood House Association hires only U.S. citizens and others lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.
This Job Announcement is not an offer of employment. The provisions of this job announcement do not constitute an express or implied contract. Any of the provisions contained in this job announcement may be modified or revoked without notice. Any person who is hired may voluntarily leave their employment upon giving proper notice, and may be terminated by the Agency at any time and for any reason. Any oral or written statements to the contrary are hereby expressly disavowed and should not be relied upon by any prospective or existing employee.
Please note that offers of employment are only valid if they are made by the Human Resources Department
All qualified applicants willreceive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion,sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteranstatus.
|SOCIAL SERVICES MANAGER|
|Starting Pay Range:||$36.00-$38.00|
|Location:||HHC Admin. Office-Copley|
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Basic Job Assignment:
Neighborhood House Association
5660 Copley Drive, San Diego, CA 92111
Under the direction of the General Manager for Clinics and Programs, the Social Services Manager (SSM) will provide support to all Social Service Programs, assist with special projects, perform administrative duties, assist with County, State and Federal site visits and implement tools that can assist programs in being successful.
TRAINING & EXPERIENCE:
A typical way of obtaining the knowledge, skills and abilities outlined above is:
Graduation from a four-year college or university with a major in Public or Business Administration, Social Work, or Social Services. Alternatively, registered in a Masters level program in social services or marriage family therapy. A minimum of five (3) years of progressively responsible experience performing complex financial, budget, and program analyses; experience with grant writing and review required. A high level of proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite required. Experience working in a Mental Health, Public Health, and/ or Social Services environment highly desirable. Excellent writing skills mandatory.
LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, & SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
A valid California drivers’ license is required. TB test required upon hire and must be maintained every four (4) years. LCSW and/or LMFT designation preferred.
- Theory, principles, practices and techniques of public agency budget development and financing;
- Applicable state and federal laws and regulations governing budgeting and financing of nonprofit agencies;
- Association structure, policies and procedures;
- Policies, procedures, rules and regulations for assigned programs;
- Computer tools and software, particularly as related to statistical analysis, modeling, data management and manipulation;
- Financial, statistical and comparative analysis techniques;
- Advanced principles, practices and methods of administrative, budgetary, economic and procedural analysis;
- Principles and practices of sound business communication;
- Association functions and associated financial management issues;
- Excellent writing skills (business professional and grant writing).
- Operate a computer and spreadsheet, word processing, financial modeling and other standard software;
- Utilize specialized databases to obtain necessary information;
- Analyze and make sound recommendations on financial and budget data;
- Select appropriate methodologies and perform mathematical and statistical calculations and analyses;
- Prepare clear, concise and comprehensive financial analyses, reports and presentation materials;
- Exercise sound independent judgment within general policy guidelines;
- Understand, interpret, explain and apply state, local and Association laws, regulations and policies regulating financial accounting, reporting and recordkeeping;
- Evaluate administrative and financial information and make sound recommendations within areas of responsibility under intensive deadlines;
- Establish and maintain effective multi-agency and departmental contact;
- Exceptional business writing skills
- Establish and maintain effective working relationships with management, staff, volunteers and others encountered in the course of work.
Example of Major Functions:
The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this position.
- Collaborate with Program Directors and Managers in meeting their goals, objectives, Statement of work (SOW) numbers, budget and compliance;
- Work closely with NHA QA department to oversee all program internal SOW audits;
- Work closely with County of San Diego during all In-depth Invoice Reviews and Site Visits for all County funded programs;
- Help with community events such as Tabling, fairs, nominations, grants, etc;
- Assist with grants and proposals as needed;
- Attend site visits, tours with CEO, community board meetings, etc. as needed;
- Maintain SOW numbers with the programs;
- Assist with the development and distribution of the NHA Newsletter;
- Support planning of data driven decision making process for continuous quality improvement;
- Coordinator and keeper of Master Calendar;
- Interpret and explains program and/or funding agency provisions, rules, regulations and contractual obligations, and make appropriate recommendations;
- Maintain accuracy of computer generated reports;
- Assemble data, conduct studies and prepare periodic reports;
- Participate in the development of Association and/ or program policies and procedures;
- Consult and advise management on project progress;
- Other duties assigned as needed.
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