Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program Manager

OIC of South Florida - Fort Lauderdale, FL3.2

30+ days ago

Job Title: Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program Manager

Reports to: Director of Youth & Family Services

Status: Full time

Salary: $45,000-$50,000 a year

OIC of South Florida is a community-based leader in providing quality self-help skills and employment opportunities for disadvantaged and underemployed residents; thus, assisting them to become self-sufficient and productive members of society. Its work is accomplished through three divisions: Workforce Development, Youth and Families, and OIC Strategic Integration (Social Enterprise Cooperation).

Position Summary:
The Prevention Program Manager will coordinate OIC’s Prevention Programs, two comprehensive pregnancy prevention programs that include evidence-based pregnancy prevention curriculum, adulthood preparation subjects, mentoring and youth leadership development serving at-risk youth ages 10 to 19. The Prevention Program Manager is responsible for day-to-day management of pregnancy prevention projects, community coordination, and site recruitment. Supervises project staff including Program Coordinator, Educators, Case Managers, Administrative Coordinator, oversees contracts, liaison to partners and service delivery sites. Identifies appropriate staff trainings; reviews materials used by Educators for fidelity, age appropriateness and medical accuracy. Responsible for preparing all management, funder and educator reports, and submitting to Director of Youth & Family Services for approval.

Requirements:

Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Health, Education or a related field. Masters Degree preferred. Three years of experience in youth development programs, teen pregnancy prevention, health education or a related field. Experience facilitating youth and adult training sessions and meetings. Proven ability to prepare funder reports and other correspondence required by funder. Proven ability to develop and monitor program budgets.

Essential Duties and Requirements:

  • Build and maintain professional and collaborative relationships within the project and community, including funders and other entities related to program services.
  • Oversee performance measurement and evaluation consultants and systems to ensure that project goals are met, including objectives, activities, and clients served.
  • Approve Educator implementation plans.
  • Conduct quality observations. On a monthly basis, analyze all project data with Performance Measurement Analyst (PMA) and Evaluation Consultants and use findings to develop strategies for implementing any needed changes and improvements in processes and service delivery.
  • Prepare reports in a timely manner for Division Director approval (monthly program reports, funder required reports, continuation applications, partnership reports, etc.)
  • Provide educational resources for Educators to enhance program delivery.
  • Develop program sustainability initiatives through partnership development, program branding, expansion, identifying funding opportunities, grant writing, securing in-kind and developing sustainability plans for all prevention programs.
  • Prepare all sites for implementation.
  • Review the most current CDC, NIH and state and local vital statistics to ensure program materials adhere to medical accuracy.
  • Review and distribute current literature on the latest findings on evidence-based programs and outcomes to project partners.
  • Attend Administration of Children & Families (ACF) and Office of Adolescent Health trainings if requested.
  • Ensure case management procedures and administration of needs assessments, such as the Youth Needs and Life Skills adhere to established standards.
  • Identify appropriate staff development opportunities.
  • Prepare and conduct timely staff evaluations.
  • Provide staff with appropriate and timely coaching, recognition and discipline, as approved by the Division Director.
  • Ensure program materials, records and documents are maintained in accordance with grant guidelines.
  • Lead and facilitate regular Educator meetings.
  • Attend community meetings as necessary, representing the project partners.
  • Support Youth and Family Division and perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Must be computer literate and proficient at Microsoft Office- Word, Excel and PowerPoint, etc.
  • Experience must include developing and delivering presentations.
  • Successful candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills suitable for diverse audiences.
  • Strong leadership, organizational and analytical skills.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of youth development principles and adolescent pregnancy determinants.
  • Ability to manage time efficiently and meet deadlines.
  • This position will require occasional independent travel between local schools and other venues. Must maintain valid DL and insurance coverage on personal vehicle at all times during employment.
  • Performing the duties of this position requires the ability to walk, sit, stand, reach, talk, hear and lift presentation materials, including equipment.

Competitive Benefits Package offered: Health plan which includes medical, dental and vision; three employer-paid benefits: STD, LTD, ADD/Life; 403B retirement/investment savings plan.

  • OIC is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer*

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $45,000.00 to $50,000.00 /year

Experience:

  • youth development programs, teen pregnancy prevention,: 3 years (Required)

Education:

  • Bachelor's (Required)