Job Posting: Senior Community Service Employment Program National Director for the National Asian Pacific Center on Aging
General Responsibilities: Reporting to the President and CEO, the SCSEP National Director serves as a member of NAPCA’s senior management team and is responsible for all non-executive administration, operational direction and management of the Senior Community Service Employment Program.
- Responsible for the overall management, supervision and operations of the NAPCA SCSEP program including oversight of all project site and headquarter performance and staff.
- Provides staff development, training opportunities and performance evaluations in keeping with NAPCA Personnel Policies and Practices for employment and training of Project Directors and related staff.
- Responsible for monitoring all project site performance to ensure that all Department of Labor goals are met in a timely manner.
- In collaboration with President and CEO and CFO, prepares annual budget and is responsible for monitoring all grant expenditures, assuring that expenses are reasonable and allowable under funding source and NAPCA guidelines, and within budget limitations and levels.
- Writes the annual grant, reports, correspondence, articles and other materials as required by funding sources and the President and CEO.
- Remains up-to-date with program policies, regulations, procedures and guidelines from funding sources and trains supervisees in same.
- Prepares comments and position papers on policy issues and program concerns for oral and written presentation as required.
- Oversees development and maintenance of management information systems for aforementioned programs which produce accessible, accurate, efficient, up-to-date, comprehensive and readily retrievable computerized information, records and reports in the following areas: program participants, program operations, federal regulations and requirements, fiscal records and budgets, and correspondence.
- Collaborates with NAPCA senior managers to ensure that computerized information systems are compatible with and complementary to other information systems within the organization.
- Prepares quarterly program report for NAPCA senior managers to ensure that computerized information systems are compatible with and complementary to other information systems within the organization.
- Prepares quarterly program report for NAPCA Board of Directors in a timely manner.
- Represents NAPCA at meetings and conferences that require out of town travel approximately 20 percent of the time on duty
- Other related duties as assigned.
Master’s degree and two years experience in human services or related field or, Bachelor’s degree and five years experience in related field.Â Documented Management and supervisory experience, knowledge and skills.Â Verifiable excellence in written and oral communications, and interpersonal relationship skills with particular reference to technical report writing.Â Professional interaction and experience with: employment and training programs; compliance with: employment and training programs; compliance with government funded programs; human services, particularly with Asian American and Pacific Islander community.Â Excellent organizational skills.Â Valid driver’s license.Â Capacity and willingness to travel extensively and nationally.
Normal work hours begin at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at 5 p.m. daily except for holidays.Â Normal lunch period is one hour taken between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.Â Occasional work is required outside of normal work hours and will be compensated per NAPCA Policies and Procedures.