The Program Manager for School Success & Healthy Babies, Healthy Moms is responsible for managing services targeting early learning (0-5), parent engagement, academic success, parenting and pregnancy services for infants and their moms. Services for pregnant and parenting moms include Doula, TAPP, CHISPA and Resource Mom. The Program Manager is responsible for ensuring high-quality, evidence-based practices for youth development, case management, and maternal and child health programming towards the core program goals: healthy pregnancies, births and babies; effective parenting; school success; parent engagement and delaying a second pregnancy.
- Supervision and staff development - Recruit, hire, screen, train and supervise staff and contractors.
- Administrative Oversight - Oversee scheduling, assignments, day-to-day operations, manage program budgets etc.
- Service delivery/ caseload - provide counseling and case management services to pregnant and parenting women, their families and the fathers of their babies.
- Grants and Contract Management - Manage Healthy Babies, Healthy Moms contracts and grants, including program and fiscal reporting and management.
- Quality Control and Compliance - Ensure contract, grant, agency and service delivery compliance and risk reduction.
- Resource Development - Conceptualize program development and draft and prepare proposals, concept papers, and resource development strategies.
- Program Development - Identify resources and develop strategies and partnerships to strengthen and enhance the program, and services to program participants.
- Strategic Planning - Coordinate services and service delivery strategy in accordance with grant and funder requirements and agency resources, policies and protocols.
- Outcomes-based programming develop expertise on program best practice, evidence-based practices, research, data-tracking and reporting, innovation, client input, evaluation
- Masters degree in public health, social work, nursing, mental health counseling, marriage and family therapy.
- If applicable, licensed in the State of Georgia
- Two years, direct service (individual, group and family) experience in teen pregnancy, teen parenting, parent engagement and/or adolescent development.
- Program design and development
- Two to three years supervisory experience
- Knowledge of best, promising and evidence-based Maternal Child Health and Academic Success practices
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Proficient in Microsoft and other applications.
- Electronic Clinical Record experience a plus.
- Evaluation and/or research experience a plus.
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