The Program Director is a member of the Management Team reporting to the Executive Director. He/she is responsible for training and supervising all program staff; overseeing outreach and program development for all mentoring and group programs.
Lead the BBBS agency to ensure that the mission, strategy, values and goals of the organization are achieved.
BBBS is seeking a dynamic, experienced leader to manage all aspects of this nonprofit organization. The position is expected to begin immediately. The CEO reports directly to the Board of Directors and is responsible for overseeing the operation, financial performance, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. BBBS provides community-based mentoring for children facing adversity along with significant school-based mentoring programs for struggling readers in Kindergarten through 5th grades. The Agency also serves 4 year-old Voluntary Pre-K students to promote kindergarten readiness and family engagement. Our focus is on prevention and early intervention. Big Brothers Big Sisters of St. Lucie, Indian River & Okeechobee Counties has a staff of 18 plus 59 BBBS Reads members and an annualized budget of $1.6 million.
Assist in the strategic direction for the program function and oversees program design and implementation to ensure achievement of annual goals. Ensures collaboration and alignment with other internal departments and advocates for support from community partners. Assures program compliance with program guidelines established by BBBS National. Assist with caseload/service delivery as needed.
Big Brothers Big Sisters seeks a Program Director who will thrive in an environment that is dedicated to positively impacting more youth through high quality 1-to-1 mentoring. The Program Director will supervise a team of approximately 12 program staff, and will direct operations that deliver our 1-to-1 mentoring relationships through community-based and site-based programs as well our mentor2.0 program that blends curriculum and classroom instruction with career focused mentoring. The nature of this work requires the ability to travel our nine county service area, availability for evening meetings, and the ability to supervise staff working with mentors, families, and partners outside of normal business hours.
JOB TITLE: General Manager DEPARTMENT: Operations REPORT TO: Chief Executive Officer DATE REVISED: May 22,…
The CEO reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for providing visionary leadership in the establishment, implementation and growth of Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region (BBBS-MR) in accordance with its mission, vision, strategic plans and policies adopted by the Board of Directors. In addition to staff and program management, the CEO is expected to spearhead fundraising initiatives and to engage staff, board, and volunteers in ways to expand programs. The selected candidate will oversee the preparation and management of the Agency budget, which provides planned business results that consistently, over time, contribute to the operating reserve and ensure financial health.
Provide strategic leadership to position Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado as the premier one-to-one mentoring organization in the communities that we serve. Ensure that the vision, mission, strategic plan, values and goals of the organization are achieved. Oversee day-to-day operations of the agency. Serve as lead member of the leadership team by staying abreast of organization-wide issues and contributing to the development and achievement of the agency’s long-term vision and short-term operating plans.
Are you interested in an exciting opportunity to impact the lives of children through one-to-one mentoring relationships? Are you a visionary leader with strong strategic and project management skills? Consider joining Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Washington County as our next Executive Director.
This position is responsible for all aspects of the of the operations and programs. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is accountable for ensuring that the agency stays true to its mission and meets its financial and fundraising targets. The Executive Director must be dynamic, outgoing and demonstrate a clear commitment to the agency.