"DVSA Program Manager Planner"
Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Program Manager/Planner Location: Ketchikan Status: Full Time, Exempt Wage: DOE Position Summary: Responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating activities associated with the DVSA Partnership to include providing: general oversight for DVSA Partnership activities and associated projects; grant management; reporting; and technical assistance. The DVSA Program Manager/Planner will work to develop and implement strategies that will lead to long -term involvement of community institutions, organizations and individuals in health promotion, assessment, and evaluation activities. Principle Duties And Responsibilities Include But Are Not Limited To: Responsible for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) formal 5-step process designed to facilitate community planning and capacity-building to better implement prevention efforts. Continually broaden expertise in the area of DV/SA and serve as resource person. Conduct literature/resource reviews to identify best practices for DVSA Partnership. Represent DVSA Partnership through professional associations locally, statewide and nationally. Recruit and maintain a diverse DVSA Partnership membership. Serve as DVSA Program Manager/Planner for DVSA Partnership by coordinating activities: o Direct needs assessment activities. o Develop instruments and protocols for testing effectiveness of DVSA Partnership strategies. o Conduct community health planning activities. o Collect, manage, and analyze community health indicators data. o Direct DVSA Partnership in developing health policies related to DVSA. o Collaborate with other local, states and national organizations focusing on DVSA. Assist DVSA Partnership members in conducting annual strategic planning and guide DVSA Partnership to develop a comprehensive action plan based on needs-assessment and strategic planning. Develop and implement data collection methods, tools, and evaluation measures for DVSA Partnership activities and associated projects in conjunction with DVSA Partnership members. Coordinate and facilitate DVSA Partnership meetings and communicate effectively with members to promote collaboration, negotiation, and problem solving. Plan, coordinate, and conduct educational and training activities. Develop training, reference materials, and workshops for DVSA Partnership and community members and DVSA Partnership activities. Continually maintain and develop content for the DVSA Partnership website. Develop marketing and media materials, campaigns, and opportunities. Advocate/expand Continuous Quality Improvement processes in service delivery. Continuously evaluate DVSA Partnership effectiveness and DVSA Partnership strategic plan. Document findings and progress of programs and activities in written quarterly reports to lead agency, funding agencies, and DVSA Partnership members. Manage and oversee expenditures of DVSA Partnership budge. Report and present DVSA Partnership progress and program findings through publications and presentations at meetings/conferences. Essential Skills-Any Equivalent Combination of Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education & Experience: Master’s in Education, Social Work, Human Services, Public Health or related field required plus three years of work experience in planning and/or in performing planning functions, organizing community coalitions. Knowledge of DVSA and prevention issues and related social policy matters preferred. Ability to plan, research and collaborate on program and funding opportunities with internal and external partners. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously while maintaining a high level of attention to detail. Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills. Excellent organizational, analytical, time management and project management skills. Ability to use effective leadership skills in daily interactions, planning and delegation of duties. Experience with diverse cultures needed, including elderly Alaskan populations. Demonstrates the ability to cooperatively and effectively work in a team setting. Demonstrates the ability to accept and integrate supervision and training. Supports the accreditation and quality assurance efforts of the agency including but not limited to participation in training, creating documentation systems and maintaining necessary documentation in a professional and timely manner. Demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of the agency’s mission, vision and philosophy in all work related activities. Ability to regularly attend position. Nonessential Skills And Experience: Two years experience in program administration preferred. Knowledge of grant writing helpful.