Regional Executive Director
Company: Catholic Charities of Central Colorado, Inc.
Location: Castle Rock
Posted on: January 16, 2023
To lead clients of the Northern Deanery to greater
self-sufficiency through Catholic Charities programs and community
resource referrals. Ensure the excellence of all on-site and
outreach programs operating from the Castle Rock Regional Office.
Through management of personnel and volunteers, guide clients in
obtaining basic essential goods, information, referrals and
necessary support. Foster a professional, safe and welcoming
atmosphere where clients are treated with dignity and respect.
Develop systems for and maintain program documentation including
client records, donation records, and budget/expenditure records to
support decision-making and future planning. In partnership with
senior leadership and the advancement team forge new relationships
to build Catholic Charities' visibility, impact, and financial
Communicate the philosophy, goals, objectives and vision of the
agency and its various programs to clients, donors, parishes,
volunteers and community contacts.
Plan and develop regional office programs in response to demand
within the regional area in coordination with the CEO and senior
Manage direct service programs for clients served through the
regional office. Through management of personnel and volunteers,
guide individuals and families in assessing their needs and
establishing personal goals and objectives. Provide confidential
services information, referrals, and support.
Plan and coordinate with senior leadership and program directors to
leverage regional office location for enhanced coverage and
opportunities for expanded service for existing program
Responsible for staffing decisions for the regional office. Create
and manage the operations schedule with support personnel, make
staffing assignments, plan and prioritize the delivery of services,
and monitor overall effectiveness of service delivery.
Lead the ongoing development and implementation of program
policies, procedures, and marketing plans related to regional
Develop and maintain relationships with local nonprofit agencies,
government office staff, and other community partners in order to
leverage resources, coordinate delivery of client services and
promote Catholic Charities' presence in the community.
Provide an effective means of tracking, monitoring, and reporting
client demographics, operational outputs and program outcomes for
the regional office. In coordination with support personnel,
maintain accurate monthly and annual reports of services delivered,
clients served, unmet needs, and in-kind and monetary donations
Manage the agency's townhouse property to include maintaining
appropriate client occupancy and a safe living environment.
Responsible for preparing the regional office program budget and
monitoring of revenues and expenses.
Recruit and manage a regional advisory council to support and guide
the direction of the regional office.
Demonstrates integrity, strives for excellence in her/his work, and
has experience of leading others to new levels of effectiveness and
Knowledge of, and competence in, human services, public policy,
service delivery models, and financial and human resource planning
Knowledge of community resources in Douglas County and the Diocesan
Strong computer skills, including word processing, spreadsheets,
and budget management required.
Ability to build effective collaborations among diverse individuals
and organizations to enhance programs.
A majority of the assigned duties are performed in an office
The employee is subject to both inside and outside environmental
Reasonable accommodation can be provided to enable people with
disabilities to perform the described essential functions of this
This description is not intended, and should not be construed, to
be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or
working conditions associated with this job. It is intended to be
an accurate reflection of the principal job elements essential for
making compensation decisions.
Bachelor's degree in human services, sociology, social work,
nonprofit management or a related field preferred.
Three years of experience in a human service organization managing
both a variety of programs, employees, and volunteers.
A strong pro-life orientation is required.
Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.
Ability to work independently and use sound judgment to determine
appropriate courses of action. Capacity to work efficiently and
effectively on multiple projects under pressure, within budget, and
with positive results.
Excellent communication (verbal, written, and public speaking),
problem solving, listening, and interpersonal skills, with the
ability to form and maintain positive work relationships.
Demonstrated ability to apply culturally appropriate skills in
interactions with clients, co-workers, volunteers, partner
agencies, and other community members.
Ability and willingness to work within the established structure of
Occasional evenings and weekends are required to accommodate
meetings and special events.
The salary range for this position is $66,000 - $72,000. Salary is
determined based on the applicant's incoming skills and experience,
and the budget at time of hiring.
Full Time: 40 hours per week
Schedule: Monday - Friday
Discretionary Time Off (used for sick leave and vacation)
Spiritual Enrichment (2 hours monthly)
Employee Assistance Program
Paid Leave and Unpaid Leave
Short-term Disability Insurance after 30 days of employment
Long-term Disability Insurance after 6 months of employment
Workers' Compensation Insurance
$2,000 Dependent Life Insurance for spouse and each eligible
$50,000 Term Life/AD&D (accidental death & dismemberment)
Pension Plan (6-8% of wages plus interest) with 20% vesting after 1
year of service
Public Service Loan Forgiveness
Equal Employment Opportunity
Catholic Charities is dedicated to the principles of equal
employment opportunity. We prohibit unlawful discrimination against
applicants or employees on the basis of age 40 and over, race
(including traits historically associated with race, such as hair
texture and length, protective hairstyles), sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, color, religion, national origin,
disability, military status, genetic information, or any other
status protected by applicable state or local law. This prohibition
includes unlawful harassment based on any of these protected
classes. Unlawful harassment includes verbal or physical conduct
which has the purpose or effect of substantially interfering with
an individual's work performance or creating an intimidating,
hostile, or offensive work environment.
Applicants and employees need not be Catholic. However, all
employees are governed by Canon Law or the teachings of the
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