Program and Position Overview
Hamilton Families’ Chief Program Officer (CPO) oversees a suite of programs and services for families at-risk of or experiencing homelessness. We are looking for a strategic, culturally humble leader who is committed to providing excellent quality services to participants in our emergency shelter, transitional housing, and rapid rehousing/eviction prevention, and real estate departments. The successful candidate will also ensure that children and youth are incorporated into our programs and services as part of the whole-family approach. The CPO supervises a team of Program Directors and the Family Services Intervention Manager who manage the day-to-day operations of the programs and services.
The CPO reports to the Chief Operating Officer, serves on the executive and leadership teams, and is a thought leader in the agency and the broader community, practicing an iterative approach to learning, evaluation, and sharing best practices. This is an excellent opportunity for a professional who believes that every family deserves a safe place to sleep at night, stability, and wants to use their skills to make that possible throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
• Oversee the Program Directors responsible for rapid rehousing/homelessness prevention, emergency shelter, transitional housing, and our real estate department.
• Co-create a service delivery culture that is aligned with HF’s mission, vision, values, and deep commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
• Collaborate with the Director of Data and Evaluation to ensure quality data collection, review reports and evaluations, and define and implement process and program improvements.
• Ensure clear and timely communication and coordination between programs to provide streamlined, efficient services to participants.
• Strengthen and develop children and youth services in all programs, recognizing that children are a critical piece of the whole-family approach. Be an advocate for this work agency-wide.
• Ensure programs and their operations are in compliance with all stated performance outcomes, and other relevant contractual obligations. Guide staff through implementation of improvements.
• Responsible for the successful management of the program’s overall operating budgets in accordance with established fiscal guidelines. Monitor revenues and expenses to help ensure fiscal solvency.
• Serve as a thought leader on the executive and leadership teams, being the expert voice on direct services to participants.
• Provide leadership, coordinate, and assist Program Directors in government RFP/grant writing efforts.
• Ensure program safety and adherence to stated standards of conduct, ethics and confidentiality requirements.
• Strategically select, develop and maintain close working relationships with partnering organizations including policy, grassroots, and other community-based groups/individuals.
• Assist in representing the programs to funders, volunteers, media/press, and donors as needed.
• Draft quarterly board meeting reports and attend board meetings.
• Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications, Skills and Abilities
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and at least three years of experience in a related position OR at least 6 years of relevant professional experience. MSW or similar degree preferred.
• Committed to our mission to end family homelessness and see this role as an opportunity to live out your commitment to social justice.
• At least three years of prior experience effectively monitoring, developing and managing budgets and government contracts.
• Strong management and coaching experience.
• Proven experience designing and implementing successful social service programs.
• Experience with the harm reduction model, trauma informed care, and the housing first and whole families approaches. Embodies a spirit of cultural humility.
• Strategic thinker who values evaluation and embraces improvement.
• Empathy and compassion.
• Strong interpersonal skills and oral presentation skills.
• Must be able to attend events (some nights and weekends) and activities as needed.
• Criminal background check and fingerprint imaging required post offer.
• TB (Tuberculosis) clearance and documentation required post-offer.
• Essential job functions include using a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal, ability to follow reasonable ergonomic accommodations, sit and stand for long intervals, reach, bend, lift and carry up to 40 pounds, and walk up and down several flights of stairs several times a day.
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Youth Beat - Creative Director
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The Oakland Public Education Fund is the fiscal sponsor for Youth Beat. The Oakland Public Education Fund leads the development and investment of community resources in Oakland public schools so that all students can learn, grow, and thrive. Teaching Artists will be employees of the Oakland Public Education Fund working at Youth Beat. .
at KDOL-TV is a non-profit program (fiscally sponsored by the Oakland Public Education Fund) that offers free media production programs to Oakland youth. We provide hands-on training and job experience in video and music production, narrative and documentary filmmaking, photography, design and animation. We teach media to middle school and high school students with the goal of keeping them engaged in school and developing job readiness skills to pursue careers in the media industry. Our team of teaching artists, educators and producers facilitate after-school and in-school media programs at schools across the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD), and produce professional videos and media for our clients.
Over the last few years we have been steadily growing Youth Beat PRO, our social enterprise media production company business, as a way to earn revenue for the organization AND to provide hands-on professional training to our youth interns, who work as members of our production crews and editing teams. To facilitate further growth of both Youth Beat PRO and the organization as a whole, we are now looking to add a dynamic Creative Director to our leadership team. . The Creative Director will report to the Executive Director and work closely at the highest levels of the organization as a core decision-maker and leader. The Creative Director will deliver high-end commercial video content, manage client relationships and direct our production teams on set and in the editing room. They will also help launch and lead our new young adult apprenticeship program, training young media entrepreneurs to work on Youth Beat PRO projects as well as preparing them for their own careers. Finally, the Creative Director will also help supplement the teaching staff for our core youth programming. Youth Beat is a small but rapidly growing non-profit that offers tremendous room for growth. This position will play a crucial role within the organization as we grow our capacity to serve more Oakland youth. We are looking for an experienced video pro with talent, skills, and heart-- someone who is as excited about making professional creative content as they are about training and mentoring low-income, BIPOC teens and young adults. Could that person be you?
The Oakland Public Education Fund is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. We also know that great candidates can bring skills to The Ed Fund that we haven't thought of just yet, and who won't fit everything we've described above. If this is you, don't hesitate to apply. Tell us what unique contributions you can offer. We are dedicated to improving our organization and know that part of it means to better reflect the people we serve. We are committed to diversity and building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and ages and we especially encourage members of traditionally underrepresented communities to apply, including women, people of color, LGBTQ people and people with disabilities.
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Skills and Competencies
With more than $1.5 billion in assets, the San Francisco Foundation is one of the largest community foundations in the country. The foundation is committed to expanding opportunity and ensuring a more equitable future for all in the Bay Area. Together with its donors, the foundation distributed $154 million to nonprofit organizations last fiscal year. The San Francisco Foundation serves Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo Counties with some initiatives, serving the nine county Bay Area.
REPORTS TO: Chief Impact Officer. This position is remote until June 30, 2021.
The Program Associate provides support to advance the Foundation’s equity goals. By supporting the further development/implementation of the Foundation’s Equity Agenda through planning and assessment, community engagement, public private partnerships, and convenings, the Program Associate ensures that the Foundation’s goals and objectives are achieved. Under the direction of the Chief Impact Officer, the Program Associate is involved in a range of activities and ensures that the Chief Impact Officer is staffed appropriately.
The Program Associate works independently, with guidance, and collectively on a team to develop and implement activities in the following areas: assisting in advancing internal working groups and department teams, working with community, foundation and public partners, and advancing Foundation priorities, particularly internally.
The Program Associate works with the Chief Impact Officer in the development and implementation of the Foundation’s equity agenda through the Community Impact Department’s strategies and activities. The Program Associate position requires excellent project management, analytical, interpersonal, organizational, and writing skills, as well as professional discretion, independent judgment, flexibility and diplomacy. The Program Associate responsibilities include:
Commensurate with background and experience in addition to a competitive benefits package.
The San Francisco Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people of diverse backgrounds to apply.
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