Broward House, Inc. is a community-based organization with multiple locations throughout Broward County, Florida. Incorporated in 1988, we provide a full array of quality services to those living with and at risk for HIV and other health issues. Programs include community-wide case management, substance abuse treatment, supportive and independent housing, intervention, mental health services, outreach/education, transportation, complementary therapies and medical services.
We are currently looking for a Program Manager to work in our MPowerment Department. This position is responsible for assisting the Director in managing all aspects of assigned program and department activities and staff.
The MProject is a social group, for young gay or bi-sexual men, that offers different activities as an alternative to the bars or clubs. The group is facilitated for men ages 18-30 and focuses on empowering gay and bisexual men to be active in their community and encourages positive behavior.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Monitoring, evaluating and implementing program quality assurance and improvement through chart reviews, surveys, policy and procedure revision and other applicable means
• Assisting in the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of program services, initiatives, procedures and standards.
• Supervising the daily activities of staff
• Attending and Facilitating community, program meetings, staff meetings and trainings as determined by Director
• Maintaining databases, data tracking systems and reports in accordance with agency and program standards
• Addressing and documenting client and provider concerns prior to the grievance procedure and Director involvement.
• Assess, develop, locate and track training needs for program staff.
• Contribute to preparation and management of program budgets
• Bachelors Degree required, preferably in a social service/health related field
• One year of program management and/or staff supervision
• Advanced knowledge of HIV disease, intervention and prevention.
• Basic principles of Substance Abuse intervention and prevention.
• Effective verbal and written communication skills
• Ability to handle confidential information appropriately
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, collaborating agencies and the public
• Ability to demonstrate and model culturally competent behavior
• Moderate to advanced computer skills required: Microsoft Office, Multiple Databases, Scheduling Programs
• Basic math skills required: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
• Ability to work independently with minimal direction
All candidates must pass background screeing reuirements.