Thursday, September 11, 2014
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Fort Worth, Inc. - Fort Worth
The purpose of the Embark, Empowering Families and FACT Programs are to
provide individuals in services with employment and educational
opportunities needed to enter and remain in the workplace. The programs
work to address personal and workplace competencies provide case management
services to remove barriers to employment, and increase client's access to
employment related trainings. The Program Manager's primary responsibility
is the management of the activities of a program(s) and its components. The
Program Manager is responsible for direct supervision of staff and
volunteers, the daily operations of the program and overseeing the budget
of the program, and ensuring program compliance with all applicable
professional and agency standards and funding requirements.
Manage workflow and workload assignments.
Develop, monitor and evaluate all program work plans, outputs and
outcomes to ensure
goals are met. Identify and implement actions to improve goal attainment as
Monitor and evaluate staff performance to ensure compliance with all
standards of practice. Provide training, supervision, mentoring, and
coaching to develop
Monitor program(s) revenues and control program(s) expenditures to ensure
accountability and operation within established budget. Promote good
among staff members.
Assist in the identification and development of resources (volunteer,
necessary to ensure successful program performance, including the
Research and analyze client population trends and emerging needs.
modify program responses to address identified needs in conjunction with
Cultivate positive relationships with relevant funding and monitoring
entities, faith based
organizations, social service providers, and other community partners.
appropriate community collaborations.
Complete/Audit all necessary documentation to ensure compliance with
requirements, licensing requirements, COA standards, and agency quality
Develop and implement program policies and procedures to ensure effective
efficient delivery of services.
Ensure effective communication with program staff, peers and agency
Ensure services are delivered in accordance with agency culture, mission,
Experience working in workforce programs, or a combination of education
Additional licensing and other qualifications may be required for
oversight of particular
programs according to state standards, funding requirements and agency
Bilingual skills in a common client language are preferred.
WORK HOURS AND LOCATION Regular office hours are Monday through Friday, 8am
– 5pm. Some evening work may be required. Position is located at 249 W
Thornhill Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76115.
Interested persons should fax or email a cover letter, resume, & salary
requirements to: Catholic Charities Fort Worth Attn: Human Resources 249
West Thornhill Drive Fort Worth, TX 76115 Fax: (817) 535-8779
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