Associate Director – Training, Grants & Evaluation Position:
Associate Director – Training, Grants, & Evaluation
Exemption Status: Exempt
Salary: $70,000 + DOE (Depending on Experience)
Working from home within our area during Covid
This position reports to the Chief Program Officer (CPO) and
supports the oversight of the Training, Grants, & Evaluation
Department. The Associate Director will assist the CPO in the
execution of annual department business and strategic priorities.
The Associate Director will assist with the development and
implementation of department infrastructure/systems and processes,
evaluation plans, strategic planning, and support administration of
department activities. Specific responsibilities include overseeing
department projects, managing daily operations, and supervising the
Training, Grants, & Evaluation team.
In coordination with the CPO research, design and develop best
practices in the area of evaluation, training, and grant
management, and utilize information to ensure efficiencies and
quality in program portfolio operations.
Recruit, hire, retain, monitor, develop, evaluate, and manage
staff and assigned volunteers. Provide leadership for employee
relations through effective communication, coaching, training,
development and disciplinary measures when necessary.
Assist CPO with oversight of department resources by supporting
in the monitoring of projects and contracts and support successful
execution of project objectives and efficiency of program
Participate in strategic planning processes and development of
department policies, objectives, performance indicators, and agency
Support department development and sustainability through grant
oversight and grant writing. Research and develop funding sources
for all program portfolio programs.
Support the implementation of evaluation and continuous quality
improvement strategies, supporting with program evaluation and
reporting, and program adaption.
Support and or lead engagement strategies, and related
communication strategies designed to support engagement of the
community and stakeholders around agency programs, grants,
evaluation, and trainings activities.
Develop and maintain collaborative partnerships with public and
private community agencies. Represent the department at senior
level meetings, taskforces, policy forums, workgroups or committees
as assigned by the department CPO.
Analyze and compile reports as indicated (monthly, quarterly,
Ensure development of program policy and procedure manuals and
Assist CPO with management of projects supporting other program
department in the areas of project management, evaluation,
training, and resource diversification.
Support the development and implementation of culturally
competent, sensitive, and responsive services, program standards,
protocols and procedures.
Support the design and implementation of effective, respectful,
and high-quality services that are congruent with and responsive to
the diverse cultural needs of parents and children.
Lead in an accountable way demonstrating cultural sensitivity,
attunement, and responsiveness
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor degree or higher in behavioral health, public health,
or related field; Masters preferred. Minimum of 1-year management,
supervisory, leadership experience in community-based
organizations. Demonstrated experience and competency in program
evaluation or training required. Demonstrated knowledge and
experience in public health, social sciences, and grant management
required. Demonstrated experience leading teams with diverse roles
and responsibilities, with an evidenced value of equity, diversity
and cultural competence. Knowledge of budgeting analysis, grant
writing, team building, statistics, problem solving, systems
development, evaluation and data analysis and information systems.
Proficiency of Microsoft Office, SPSS/SAS, grant management
software, project management software, Word, Excel and Power Point.
Excellent written or verbal communication skills. Bilingual
Spanish-English highly preferred. Successful background and
criminal clearance required, including but not limited to,
California Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Bureau of
Investigation (FBI), Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Proof of a
valid California driver’s license and reliable transportation,
automobile insurance and maintain an acceptable driving record as
required by our insurer.