Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 11-Apr-2018 to 27-Apr-2018
  • - Public Advocates in Community re-Entry (PACE, Inc.)
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Full Time

The mission of pace is to provide a variety of services to help offenders, ex-offenders, and their families to lead productive and responsible lives in their community. This is a salaried position (at a minimum of 40 hours per week), contingent upon renewal of grant funds. The Director of Operations will ensure the agency is meeting expected benchmarks and long-term outcomes related to the services provided under the Center for Working Families' model.  Develop and maintain partner relationships, identify data collection methods, oversee data collection, ensure high-quality customer service at all levels and preparation of reports.  

• Commitment to positive team environment focused on learning and growing.
• Bachelor's or Master's level degree in social work, non-profit management or equivalent field.
• Commitment to the mission of PACE.
• Prior experience with grant management.
• Ability to represent PACE at various community meetings and events.

• In conjunction with the Executive Director, ensure requirements of grant agreements are met, including expected outcomes, eligible expenses and reporting deadlines.
• Ensure client files are maintained in accordance with contract and grant requirements.
• Create and maintain a schedule to ensure accurate and complete reporting for all grants.
• Management and oversight of ETO.
• Ensure data is accurately entered into system.
• Coordination and oversee workshops facilitated by outside partners (i.e. REDI, Legal workshops, etc.).
• Attend monthly management meetings.
• Create, update and maintain all policy and procedure manuals.
• Regular review and update of client services paperwork (i.e. Intake form, rights and responsibilities, etc.).
• Coordination of front desk coverage.
• Coordination of donation pickups (i.e. Second Helpings, Panera, Einstein's etc.).
• Management of vendor contracts (i.e. copier, phone system, IT, etc.).
• Office furniture purchase and repair.
• Conduct furniture inventory every 6 months.
• Oversee and manage High School Equivalency (HSE) program.
• Compile all staff reports and submit to Executive Director monthly.
• Prepare programmatic reports for all staff and board meetings.
• Review monthly reports of all non-clinical grant and special projects.
• Compile reports for special projects (i.e. Diversion).
• Always represent PACE in the most professional way.
• Attend and actively participate in all staff meetings.
• Submit requested information for Monthly Newsletter or other development activity.
• Maintain regular and consistent contact with the case managers. 
• Attend relevant trainings when necessary.
• Remain educated about service agencies in Marion County.
• Attend CWF Site Managers Roundtable meetings.
• Oversight and Coordination of: 
     o Diversion Project
     o Re-Entry Court/Drug Treatment Court
• Additional projects may be added.
• All other duties as assigned.

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