Vogel Alcove, an NAEYC accredited, 30-year-old nonprofit organization in Dallas, who mission is to help young children overcome the lasting and traumatic effects of homelessness. Which also provides early childhood education and family support to children in homeless families and domestic abuse shelters, has an immediate need for a Director of Family Support.
The Director of Family Support directs and manages daily operations of the Family Support department; provides supervision to family support staff; provides strategic leadership in program planning and evaluation; provides clinical support to staff; and provides supervision of all consultants and vendors supporting the Family Support program. This position assures the department functions as an ethical and professional team that works effectively with all departments within the organization. This position is a member of the senior management team and actively participates as a contributing member of this team to insure the effectiveness of the organization to carry out the mission of Vogel Alcove.
Qualifications for this full-time position are a Master’s degree in Social Work, LMSW, or LCSW with clinical experience documented. A minimum of five years of program management experience and staff supervision and a minimum of three years working in programs serving children and families. Experience with homeless clients, preferred. Exhibit excellent written and verbal communication skills, professionalism, customer service, and team work. Strong organizational and computer skills. Ability to strategically plan, implement, and lead creative and innovative programming serving homeless children and families.
Vogel Alcove offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications, generous benefits plan and a great working environment. Qualified candidates should submit resume and cover letter with salary history to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Vogel Alcove is a non profit organization located in Dallas, TX, serving homeless children and their families through early childhood education, social and emotional support for the children and their families as well as providing some basic daily needs such as diapers and clothing.