Catholic Urban Programs (CUP) has been providing services throughout Southern Illinois for over 40 years. Founded in 1973 as a department of the Catholic Diocese of Belleville, CUP served the poor of East St. Louis. Over the years, CUP (currently the Human Services Office) has expanded the area it serves and has helped others create additional programs (Griffin Center, Neighborhood Law Office, Holy Angels Shelter, and Hubbard House) to meet additional needs of the same populationRead More
Position: Assistant Executive Director
Reports To: Executive Director
The Assistant Executive Director is responsible for the overall development and management of site specific agency programs. In the absence of the Executive Director, the Assistant Executive Director will assume full responsibility for the facility and act as a liaison with all contracted services at the facility.
Minimum Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree in Business, Health Services, Social Work, Public Administration or related field preferred.
Minimum five years' management experience in management in a social service setting
Proven clinical skills
Applied budgetary knowledge
Highly organized and attentive to detail; outstanding skills in documentation
Proficient in Microsoft Office computer applications, Word, Outlook and Excel.
Experienced with office equipment operations
Excellent communication skills, oral and written
Skilled in negotiating and mediating
Takes the initiative and displays resourcefulness
Manages multiple priorities concurrently in a time-sensitive manner
Manages the day-to-day programmatic operation of CUP
Manages the operations and upkeep of CUP properties
Active in implementation of organizational policies set forth by Board of Directors.
Recruits, hires, and trains personnel
Oversees the staff of the Charity Office
Provides forum for ongoing staff development and team building
Provides administrative and case management supervision of management staff to ensure sound casework practice and compliance with government Policies and Procedures
Ensures contractual compliance with program goals and objectives
Establishes standards and procedures for all case-related activity
Responsible for the appropriate utilization of Data Base programs and assures all staff have needed training in the utilization of these programs
Program liaison regarding community participation in the agency’s decision making process.
Represents the agency for designated programs at community and Board Meetings
Program liaison to DHS and other funding sources regarding contracts and grants, including the application, implementation and reporting processes
Coordinates, schedules, assigns staff to and monitors outreach and presentation activities
Develops a model for intervention using a multifaceted approach of skills building, group work and casework
Applies qualitative and quantitative reporting systems to assess effectiveness of service delivery and to identify gaps in service not otherwise covered by pre-existing policies and reports
Coordinates volunteer/internship activities in cooperation with the volunteer director
Acts on behalf of the Executive Director in his/her absence
Performs all other tasks as assigned
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