Phoenix Rescue Mission is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, evangelical Christian Ministry; as such employees must share the Mission's Statement of Faith and Lifestyle, and adhere to the Mission's employee policy manual and guidelines set forth by the CEO. See https://phoenixrescuemission.org/mission/values/ for a summary of our beliefs. Do you share our beliefs? Please explain.
Christ-Centered Therapeutic Recover Community Program Director(Men’s and Women’s)
The Program Director is responsible for the development and oversight of all client programs, support operations, and program facilities as designated by the CEO. Programs may include community outreach, shelter solutions, and recovery programs to persons facing poverty, homelessness, addiction, and other life-controlling problems. The Program Director will develop and oversee programs and related services through the involvement of staff, volunteers, social, and auxiliary services. The Program Director will ensure that PRM quality standards, policies, and procedures are communicated and observed in their areas of responsibility.
- Develop and oversee the delivery of all programs, counseling, and case management services. Assist in the development and achievement of Mission's service goals and target outcomes.
- Recruit, supervise, evaluate, and develop staff to ensure an appropriately trained and skilled workforce to provide quality services to guests and clients.
- Develop, promote, and monitor program related industry designed to provide vocational development opportunities for clients, employment opportunities for qualified graduates, and revenues for the Mission.
- Provide administrative supervision and ensure quality clinical supervision to staff. Ensure quality service delivery, proper case documentation, and record keeping.
- Ensure appropriate client supervision and participation in program activities.
- Ensure a safe, clean, and healthy environment of clients, staff, volunteers, and visitors.
- Provide direct services to clients including assessments, case management, education, individual and group counseling as needed.
- Network and collaborate with other service providers, the Christian community, and volunteers to promote the enhancement of quality services to shelter quests and clients.
- Facilitate staff meetings and report legal/ethical issues and clinical program matters.
- Respond to problems/concerns related to operation of Mission campus via phone during off hours and weekends
- Prepare statistical reports and narrative reports as requested for supervisor. Ensure that Phoenix Rescue Mission policies and procedures are communicated and followed.
- Assist with Phoenix Rescue Mission special events and the public relations and development efforts of Phoenix Rescue Mission which includes in-house tours, speaking engagements, participation with outside agencies, meeting with volunteers and contacts with church, and other outside groups.
- Assist in the preparation and administration of operational budgets and fiscal policies. Ensure proper stewardship of CLC/Mission equipment, facilities, and resources.
- Ensure effective collaboration with other Phoenix Rescue Mission centers and programs to maximize the success of Phoenix Rescue Mission programs and continuum of care.
- Assist in facilitating Phoenix Rescue Mission's leadership development programs and internships.
- Gather, analyze, and summarize data concerning clients and staff. Interpret and report data for program improvement and organizational policy. Keep abreast of trends and changes in this field of ministry and make necessary adjustments in services.
- Lead or participate in devotions, prayers or other organization activities that promote a credible Christian witness and lifestyle.
- Monitors community engagement to ensure quality delivery of services, maintains a success measurement system with metrics, prepares and delivers report as requested.
- Attend and participate in all management meetings.
- Master’s degree in Administration, Ministry, Social Work, or related field from an accredited college or university
- Minimum 5 years supervisory experience of interdisciplinary groups in a faith based organization
- Professional licensure and/or clinical supervisor certification preferred
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Must have demonstrated leadership, administrative, and supervisory skills
Ability to carry out responsibilities in accordance with PRM's policies and procedures as well as applicable laws
Strong problem-solving and conflict resolution skills using biblical based principles
Ability to interpret and incorporate Biblical principles and related scriptural references into counseling and education of residents
Skilled in developing faith-based programs and documenting their effectiveness
Experience in interviewing, hiring/termination and training employees; reward and recognition programs; performance management
Ability to gain working knowledge of local and regional social service resources
Good organizational skills and proficient in Microsoft Office software programs
A solid and credible Christian witness and lifestyle that exemplifies Christ in character and actions
Agreement with the Statement of Faith of the Phoenix Rescue Mission
Trustworthy with confidential material and information
Professional manner, appearance and communications
Flexible schedule, position requires weekend and evening events.
Valid Arizona State driver’s license, clear driving record; personal vehicle insurance coverage that meet PRM guidelines.
Fluency in Spanish a plus
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $70,000.00 to $87,000.00 /year
- development and oversight and delivery of all programs: 5 years
- supervision in a faith-based organization: 5 years
- AZ BBHE licensure (LPC, LISAC, LCSW, LMFT)