Harmony At Home - Deputy Director
Harmony At Home - Deputy Director
Harmony At Home (HAH) is a nonprofit agency whose mission is: To end the cycles of violence and abuse by empowering children and young adults with the knowledge, skills and confidence to lead healthy and productive lives.
HAH’s Deputy Director reports to the Executive Director, and works closely with HAH’s Program Director and Management Team to provide vision, guidance, supervision, and logistic support to the organization and its programs and act as a liaison to the community.
HAH works to fulfill its mission by offering six programs:
1. Sticks & Stones – school-based counseling.
2. Bullying Prevention - school and community wide anti-bullying programs.
3. Children 1st classes - co-parenting classes and support for divorcing and separating parents and their children.
4. Community Counseling - collaborative counseling support with local agencies and schools.
5. Teen Counseling and Summer Camps - in collaboration with Monterey County Office of Education - Alternative Education Programs.
6. Teen Success, Inc. - Advocacy for young mothers and their babies.
Deputy Director Participates in and is involved with all programs in collaboration with Program Director:
Lead Clinical Supervisor - meets monthly with Clinical Supervisors and creates policies and procedures according with the profession.
Provide at least two hours of clinical supervision per week to Interns.
Is familiar with all aspects of the Teen Success, Inc. program and interfaces with Partner agency to best understand the model for ongoing expansion and growth.
Is trained in the Children 1st Curriculum, works directly with the Program Director and
s in community meetings with all partners and provides guidance and oversight to the Program Director and Management Team.
s alongside the Program Director to provide guidance and logistic support to the Sticks & Stones and Community Counseling Teams.
Maintain confidentiality of client files and act as the custodian of records
Respond to requests for records and subpoenas in collaboration with the client and their therapist.
Develop MOU’s in collaboration with the Program Director with partner schools and community agencies.
s with the Program Director and Management Team to engage with the Community and develop internal and external communication strategies.
Assist in developing new and updating existing program materials such as pamphlets, website, presentation tools, etc.
Collaborate with the Executive Director, Fund Developer and Media Partner in representing HAH to the Community.
Work closely with the Management Team to strengthen relationships with community partners.
Assist in the creation and implementation of any new programmatic activities and/or expenditures.
Recruit, hire, supervise, and evaluate HAH staff in consultation with the Program Director/ Managers/Leads/Supervisors, HR Manager and Executive Director, as needed.
Work directly with the HR Manager in setting policy and procedures as necessary.
Develop long and
short term goals and objectives in collaboration with HAH Executive Director, Program Director and Board of Directors.
Maintain HAH’s data collection mechanisms and conduct grant reports on a quarterly basis to complete report narratives.
Prepare grant applications and grant reports.
Continually analyze existing evaluation efforts and update them to accurately assess agency programs.
Review all financial disbursements and otherwise monitor all financial and accounting activities.
Establish and maintain innovative and creative donor development strategies.
Report regularly to the Executive Director and otherwise ensure s/he is fully informed of activities.
Maintain organization records, files, documents and archives.
Coordinate with outside vendors to provide services to the agency.
Ensure program statistics for services are properly maintained and reported.
Attend meetings, conferences, agency functions, fundraisers, events, and other job-related events as required.
Perform agency and program administrative and operational tasks, as needed.
Uphold and adhere to the policies and bylaws of the organization.
Remain current with news, new legislation, reporting laws, child abuse, laws pertaining to mental health practioners and the field.
Provide support to the Executive Director as needed.
Carry out other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
Minimum of a Master’s degree in social services, psychology, counseling or related field.
Current License in related fields - LMFT, LCSW, LPCC, Psy D.
Minimum of five years in relevant senior level or executive experience in a nonprofit organization.
At least 5 years experience as a clinician working directly with children and youth victims of trauma.
At least 2 years experience working as a clinical Supervisor with Social Work, Marriage Family Therapy, PCC Interns and PPS credentialed Counselors.
Current continuing education as required for Clinical Supervision.
Passion for the agency’s mission “to end the cycles of violence and abuse by empowering children and young adults with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to lead healthy and productive lives.”
Familiarity with Monterey County and community resources available to clients.
High proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office and Google Suite, Excel some familiarity with Quickbooks.
Knowledge of a working non-profit organization, grant programs and services offered.
Proven leadership in motivating and bringing people together toward a common vision.
Excellent written and oral communication that foster respect and fairness with Board members, staff and community partners.
Strong organizational development, management and planning skills.
Professional, organized, and able to work well with minimal supervision and possess good judgment.
Commitment toward timeliness in all responsibilities.
High level of honesty, integrity and thorough understanding of confidentiality issues relating to client and personnel matters.
Ability and willingness to work with people of diverse ethnic, cultural, religious, socioeconomic, political backgrounds and sexual identities.
Ability to lift objects up to 30 pounds, climb stairs and sit for the duration of to 3 hours in meetings.
Valid driver's license, current auto insurance and registration, and dependable vehicle are required.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
Oral and written fluency in English and Spanish.
This is a full-time exempt position. Salary Range: $85-100,000 per year.
H eath/dental/sick/vacation benefits / retirement plan after completing three full months of employment .
Please submit a cover letter, current resume and three references to:
Position open until filled. Please indicate “HAH Deputy Director” in the email subject line. No phone calls please.
HAH is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in regard to race, age, cultural or religious background, disability, gender or sexual identity or orientation. Qualified candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.