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Teller County Program Manager

Job Description
Organization: 
CASA of the Pikes Peak Region
Organization Type: 
501(c)(3)
Job Location: 
Pikes Peak Region
Type of Job: 
Full-time
Job Category: 
Programs/Services
Job Description: 

Teller County Program Manager for the Dependency and Neglect (D&N) and Supervised Exchange and Parenting Time (SEPT) Programs

Thirty (30) Hours a Week - Exempt

                REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

                Reports to CASA Program Director/Executive Director

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

This position is responsible for maintaining and expanding both D&N and SEPT services in Teller County. This includes the supervision of D&N CASA Advocates and SEPT Facilitators and meeting the program goals, and also working collaboratively with CASA Staff in the areas of Teller County advertising, recruitment, training, public relations, and fundraising.  The position involves the use of diplomacy and people skills in interacting with various parties such as referral sources, the Court, Teller County Department of Human Services, Domestic Violence/Victim Advocates, Volunteers, clients, local law enforcement, parole and probation, public officials, and other community collaborative agencies. Assists Director of Programs and Executive Director as needed.

Areas of Responsibility

Management and expansion of Teller County programs to include collaboration with staff, volunteer recruitment and training, community collaboration, public relations, and fundraising with the assistance of our Fund Development team.

Requirements/Qualifications
  • A. College Graduate
  • Advance degree in social work or equal legal experience preferred
  • Office and computer skills
  • Resident of Teller County Preferred
  • Program development and analysis ability
  • Volunteer management experience
  • Knowledge of court system operations
  • Human service experience in a related field
  • Understanding of domestic violence dynamics and/or training required
  • Reliable transportation required
Compensation/Benefits

Starting salary range of $30,124 - $38,558

Health Insurance (50% of employee's cost paid by agency/dependent coverage available

Life/AD&D/STD paid by agency

Vision, Dental, Supplemental all available to staff

Simple IRA matched up to 3%

Vacation and Personal leave time

Paid holidays

How To Apply

Email your resume & cover letter by Noon on 3/7/2019 to:  Debra Cline, HR, at debrac@casappr.org. No resumes will be accepted after this deadline. EOE

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