Re-Entry Program DirectorOmaha
Sheepgate, a division of Adult and Teen Challenge of the Midlands, is one of the most successful faith-based recovery programs in the world. The Re-Entry Program Director is responsible for directing all aspects of the ministry, including ministerial, financial, personnel, operations, and evaluation at the Men’s Re-Entry Center in Omaha. While leading in these areas on a day-to-day basis, the Program Director maintains communication with the Vice President so necessary oversight is provided. The Program Director will foster and maintain the culture of Sheepgate and maintain a high standard of accreditation with TCUSA.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- With the oversight of the Regional Office, oversees human resources, including hiring, evaluations, and terminations; ministers to staff by building relationships, evaluating, fostering communication, and providing appropriate compensation packages.
- Oversees financial components of the ministry, including accurate internal statements, adequate insurance packages, development, and fundraising.
- Develops relationships within the community including with churches, businesses, and other donors.
- Develops and maintains the overall goals and philosophies of the ministry.
- Implements the goals and philosophies into guidelines, standards, and expectations for students, staff, and volunteers.
- Maintain the culture of Sheepgate by leading from example in the following areas: spiritual walk, family relationships, health, finances, church attendance, and scheduling of time.
- Continuously Network with other Sheepgate centers to always remain in unity.
- Plans ministry growth, including expansion of ministry opportunities, facilities, staff, etc., while including Vice President in this planning process as appropriate.
- Encourages the Board of Directors, Vice President, staff, students, volunteers, contributors, and others by maintaining a positive, growing relationship with God.
Below are the minimum qualifications required to successfully perform the job of Executive Director. These are the qualifications that are necessary for someone to be considered for the above position. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education: Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in related field or 5 years’ experience and/or a combination of both.
Professional Certification: First Aid/CPR required.
Abilities: Must be able to work well under pressure within time restraints. Must be able to read, analyze and interpret periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures and governmental regulations; write reports, correspondence and procedure manuals; effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public; calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume; apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry; solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists; interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.
Experience/Skills: Effective Communication, Microsoft Office, word processing, spreadsheets, accounting software, internet software, database software and contact management systems, Team Building, Positive Outlook, Self-Initiative, Professionalism, Prompt, Responsible, Hard Working, Creative, Confident, Honest, Reliable, Efficient, Effective, Compassionate, Focused, Organized, Strategic Planner, Teachable.
Background screening: Must consent to background screening in accordance with Teen Challenge National Accreditation standards, and DHHS requirements in the case of employment at a DHHS licensed facility.
Other: Must be flexible with scheduling and hours’ work. Also, must be flexible with accomplishing tasks in areas other than one’s own.