Scion Nonprofit Staffing (www.scionnonprofitstaffing.com) is leading a search for a Nonprofit Program Coordinator for our client, an amazing organization that focuses on supporting caregivers and adoptive parents in various regions throughout Ohio! This is a wonderful opportunity to be part of an impactful and professional growing nonprofit that works with the foster care system. This is a direct hire, full-time opportunity!
We are hiring local candidates in these regions/counties ONLY:
Region 3: Medina, Cuyahoga, Summit
Region 5: Wyandot, Crawford, Richland, Ashland, Wayne, Holmes, Knox, Morrow, Marion, Union, Delaware
Region 9: Butler, Hamilton, Warren, Clinton, Clermont
Region 10: Fayette, Highland, Brown, Adams, Scioto, Pike, Ross, Hocking, Vinton, Jackson, Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs, Athens
The nonprofit was founded in 2005, and believes that childhood is a fundamental right, and that every day in foster care is a day in crisis. Their mission is to develop partnerships that transform beliefs, values, and actions to achieve permanency for all children in the shortest time possible. If you have a background in child welfare, public health, or health and human services and want to work for an amazing organization that is making a positive impact, then please apply today!
The Nonprofit Program Regional Coordinator is a full-time position dedicated to supporting implementation by coordinating within one of 10 service delivery regions. The Family Regional Coordinator reports to the Regional Director, supports Coaches within their region, and collaborates frequently with staff from other regions and the statewide team. The primary function of this role includes administrative support to the region, coordinating regional communications and events, and managing data and program records.
Overview of The Program
The program is an innovative statewide program that supports formal and informal kin caregivers and adoptive parents by providing information and referral services and assistance obtaining support services. Building on current and previous Ohio kinship navigator programs, the program is distinguished by its planned statewide implementation, broad population of families served, and provision for rigorous evaluation. Contingent on evaluation results, the program may establish a new evidence-based practice model that may be considered for federal payments under the Family First Prevention Services Act of 2018.
The program builds the necessary community and systems capacity to support families and works directly with kinship and adoptive families to build confidence and connections. Anticipated outcomes to be measured include greater family resilience, improved family functioning, increased stability and permanency for children, and improved child well-being.
The program is a statewide program organized into 10 geographic regions. Regional staff will develop community capacity to deliver a service model designed to support formal and informal kin caregivers and adoptive parents obtain the knowledge, social support, and access to the human services and resources they need to achieve
What You Will Be Doing
Supports the Regional Director in achieving programmatic goals
Takes clear comprehensive notes of regional meetings and trainings
Manages communications with and scheduling of the Regional Advisory Council
Coordinates meetings with internal and external stakeholders
Ensure regional staff have adequate supplies and equipment
Responds to inquiries from prospective program participants and provides referrals as needed
Coordinates regional trainings and learning communities in partnership with staff from other regions
Schedules, organizes, and staffs regional meetings and other regional events (e.g. trainings and outreach events)
Creates and regularly updates a list of community events and service providers across the region
Maintains regular communication with ODJFS, the Program Director, and other staff
Maintains regional records and fiscal reports
Maintains orderly and complete program records including MOU’s, training/program materials and notes from programmatic activities
Facilitates communications related to the evaluation and ensures data entry and CQI processes take place as scheduled
What You Have to Offer
Bachelor’s degree preferred
Strong administrative skills
Basic knowledge of foster care and adoption related matters preferred
Ability to manage workload in a constantly changing environment
Detail-oriented, highly organized, and responsive. Ability to anticipate needs and constantly reprioritize workload
Strong oral and written communication skills - must be personable
Compensation and Benefits
A rewarding career and generous salary (DOE) plus a full and robust benefits package including health, dental, vision, retirement with a 3% employer match, and a generous amount of paid time off plus an additional 8 floating holidays!
How to Apply
For immediate consideration, please submit your resume and letter of interest here: https://www.scionstaffing.com/jobportal/#/jobs/6625
About Our Firm
Scion Staffing is a top temporary staffing agency and executive search firm, connecting leading companies and organizations with impeccable talent. Through our innovative team-building and staffing solutions, we bridge the gap in temporary staffing, as well as contract-to-hire employment, contingent search, and executive searches. The Business Times has recognized us as a top staffing from 2010-2019, and our clients return to us for a variety of opportunities.
Scion Staffing is an equal opportunity employer and service provider and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, age, gender identity, national origin, citizenship status, sexual orientation, disability, political affiliation or belief, or any other protected class. We are committed to the principles of Equal Opportunity Employment and are dedicated to making employment decisions based on merit and value, for ourselves, our client companies, and for the candidates we represent.