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HUB Manager/Project Manager - FAMILY SERVICES, INC.




Title:                


HUB Manager/Project Manager

Program:        

             

Thriving Germantown (TG) Community HUB

FLSA Status: 


Exempt

Reports to:  

Strategic Partnerships & Grants Officer


Prepared Date:          December 6, 2016


Background & Summary:  This full-time salaried position provides program direction and day-to-day project oversight for the Thriving Germantown Community HUB project – a multi-sector, community collaborative, serving a low-income population in the UpCounty area of Montgomery County, Maryland. The community HUB provides care coordination services to elementary school children and their families, focusing primarily on Pre K and kindergarten students who attend Daly Elementary School.  The position requires a mature and experienced human services professional capable of providing leadership to this new program, and who is able to work collaboratively and flexibly with partner agencies, community residents, and school personnel.


Qualifications:  


  • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree; a master’s degree or above is preferred in a social service / human service field. 


  • Healthcare or behavioral health license with supervision credential helpful.


  • Minimum of five year’s experience or equivalent directing and managing community service programs is required including staff supervision, designing and directing program operations, and ensuring financial and programmatic accountability.


  • Knowledge and experience creating, maintaining and managing complex data  collection and analysis systems.


  • Skills and ability to work collaboratively with volunteer community groups and residents as well as other professionals.


  • High quality written and oral communications skills. 


  • High level computer skills including capability in Microsoft Office applications, Google Apps, and other data management systems.


  • Ability to work a flexible schedule that involves some evenings and weekends.


  • Access to reliable transportation and a good driving record.


Responsibilities:


  • Oversee, direct and manage all program operations and provide leadership for the project. Understand all program elements and activities.


  • In collaboration with HR, recruit and select staff; supervise professional and paraprofessional staff, interns, and volunteers.  If credentialed to do so, provide supervision for graduate level healthcare/social service professionals.


  • Ensure and provide training for employees and continuing education opportunities for HUB staff, school personnel and community individuals.


  • Market and communicate the program’s services and outcomes to the wider community, funders, and others.  Develop quarterly, annual, and other reports to funders and others.


  • Learn and oversee the use of the HUB’s care coordination IT platform and other communication and collaborative technology channels.  Work with external HUB and other software providers to ensure HUB technology capabilities.


  • Organize and hold quarterly meetings of a citizen’s and resident’s community advisory board and find ways to include their input into HUB operations.  Ensure the ongoing provision of community events, gatherings, and educational opportunities.


  • Ensure the continuation of, and provide staff support to, a stakeholder’s governance committee.  Recruit and support new community partner agencies and involve them as appropriate in stakeholder activities.


  • Providing budgeting and fiscal oversight for the TG project; and participate in preparing grant / contract applications and reports.  Continue to engage private philanthropy, government agencies, and other funders in support of the HUB project to ensure program sustainability.


  • Develop relationships, MOUs, and data sharing agreements with partner agencies – ensuring compliance with HIPAA, FERPA, and other rules and regulations and professional standards.


  • Conduct or oversee an annual school and community survey and work with program evaluators to collect, analyze and report outcome data for the HUB.


  • Other duties as may be assigned.


I have read and understand the job description outlined and agree to perform the duties as assigned and described above.


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Program Manager for Community Support Services Program at Humanim


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Please apply online:  here



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Location:  Columbia, Maryland

Reponsiblities include:  Part-time, 6 hours.  Monday 5-11 pm.  MCT counselor will evaluate clients' mental health, to include assessment of suicidal and homicidal thoughts and behaviors.  Connect to resources to help resolve crisis.  Authorized to complete "Emergency Petitions" to involuntarily commit individuals for psychiatric evaluation.  Triage and coordinate with police, hospital staff, doctors and family members.  Regularly provide clinical assessments of detainees with histories of suicidal behavior being released from the Howard County Detention Center.  LCSW-C/LCPC licensure required.

Requirements include:

  • Master's Degree in Social Work/Psychology or a related field
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  • Valid Driver's license required
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At Humanim, you'll perform meaningful work, make a difference in the lives of the people we serve, and find the support and training it takes to grow as a professional.  We offer a comprehensive benefits package for eligible employees, including paid time off, medical insurance, and tuition reimbursement.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran.

To apply, click here.





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