Created to support the organization's strategic plan for program growth, quality enhancement, sustainability, and replicability, this position will:
Identify and oversee facilitation of new promising programs and practices for resident and alumni services
Pilot our first community-based services program for mothers who do not need shelter but do need support
Strengthen old and develop new community partnerships
Lead the training program for volunteers and staff
Oversee formal program evaluation and quality improvement strategies.
Responsibilities will include:
Conduct assessments of client needs to determine current effectiveness and areas for expanded programming
Create and manage our class and program curriculums
Recruit teachers as well as provide training and ongoing support, including drafting and managing contracts
Research and maintain inventory of available resources
Develop and implement program tools and trainings with staff and volunteers
Collaborate with the Development team to propose new projects/programs for grants, and to ensure the success of funded projects/programs
Oversee quality of program delivery
Work with the Program Assistant to coordinate class and project schedules and related logistics
In 2-3 years, recruit and supervise an MSW Intern
Bilingual- Spanish/English preferred
LCSW or MSW
5+ years working with programs for at-risk women and children
2+ years experience developing and implementing new programs, trainings, curriculums, evaluations, data collections, and quality improvement practices
Highly detail oriented with a passion for producing quality program products and tools that benefit clients and direct-service teams
Excellent written and organizational skills
Strong leadership, communication, and management abilities
Highly proficient in MS Office
Experience participating in strategic partnerships with peer organizations and community partners. Managing and initiating community partnerships is a plus.
Flexible collaborator with the ability to take direction from multiple sources while asserting leadership
A desire to contribute to a highly compassionate, hard working, kind, collaborative, supportive, and driven team.
Ability to work occasional nights and weekends
Internal Number: 001
About Elizabeth House
Located in Pasadena, Ca, Elizabeth House is a shelter program providing hope and support to adult pregnant women and their children who find themselves homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, or in a domestic violent situation. Our comprehensive program of case management, therapy, mentoring, classes, and practical support empowers women to move forward in supporting themselves and their children.