EXECUTIVE MANAGER

Treasure Coast Homeless Services Council, Inc
Published
March 20, 2020
Location
Vero Beach, Florida
Job Type

Description

MISSION: THE MISSION OF THE TREASURE COAST HOMELESS SERVICES COUNCIL IS TO PREVENT AND END HOMELESSNESS ON THE TREASURE COAST

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

MANAGEMENT AND OVERSIGHT:

  1. Subject to ED’s approval supervise staff in accomplishing objectives and providing quality data
  2. Prepare information and documentation for regular reporting to the Executive Committee, the Board, and the CoC
  3. Maintain an accurate grants management system to ensure compliance with grants and contracts as directed by the ED
  4. Compile documentation for an annual audit for review by the ED and ensure completion of same
  5. Oversee security for corporate documents and files

RESEARCH AND EVALUATION: Assist the ED, as directed, with

  1. The review and analysis of data, using the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) to identify gaps in services and strategies to address those gaps
  2. The conduct of and oversight of the annual HUD Point-in-Time survey and publishing of its report
  3. The oversight and data preparation for other reporting required by Board, Executive Committee, the State of Florida, and HUD

CONTINUUM OF CARE ADMINISTRATION: Assist Provide administrative support to the ED in order to:

  1. Create and implement the CoC Annual Plan

Complete the annual CoC application and other applications for State and Federal Homeless funding

  1. Monitor sub-recipient organizations for grant compliance, use of best practices, achievement of performance benchmarks, and effective use of resources
  2. Review performance in HMIS

SSVF ADMINISTRATION: Assist the Resource Center Manager with:

  1. Case management oversight & administration
  2. Landlord Coordination and oversight
  3. SSVF Quarterly File Reviews

AFFORDABLE HOUSING ADMINISTRATION: Assist the ED with:

  1. Oversight and management of the NSP properties, Naomi’s House and other future acquisitions
  2. Monitoring income and expenses on all properties to produce a proforma

OTHER DUTIES: Coordinate and assist ED with

  1. Grant Applications
  2. Attend required United Way Meetings & Trainings
  3. Oversee Document Retention (boxing, organizing, scheduling destruction)
  4. Manage Calendar/ Schedules etc.
  5. Other duties as assigned by the ED

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Master’s degree or equivalent in public administration, business management, social services, or related field
  2. Five years’ experience in a junior management or leadership position
  3. Demonstrated experience in working in the field of preventing and ending homelessness
  4. Strong written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills.

How To Apply

Email only: office@tchelpspot.org

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