Posting Summary: Essential Job Responsibilities: Budget, Grants, and Facility Development Oversee program budgets and purchases. Participate in the development of collaborations and facility development for future expansion of families and/or services. Present financial reports for Board of Directors and Policy Council. Assist in the coordination of annual grant application process. Assist with data analysis and summarizing of annual self-assessment and develop service plans in response to findings. Systems Evaluation, Monitoring, Compliance and Development Assist in the design of internal structures, systems, and policies. Assist in strategic planning process and the development of Work Plans. Facilitate community needs assessments. Ensure adequate systems are in place to maintain the highest quality of services to children and families in compliance with Head Start Program Performance Standards, Head Start Act and Tennessee licensing Ensure consistency in service delivery across programs with attention to inclusive practices and integration of component areas. Assist in the completion of the annual Self-Assessment and Community Assessment as required by Head Start regulations. Communication/Public Relations Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the members of the Board of Directors, Policy Council, and Growing Futures staff. Establish and maintain relationships and collaborations with public school districts, systems of higher education, and other community agencies and partners. Collaborate with community agencies to advocate for the needs of TSU EHS children and families. Promote a consistent exchange of information in all directions. Attend Tennessee Head Start Association (THSA) Director meetings as scheduled. Prepare and submit program annual report to public annually. Prepare and submit EHS program reports for Board of Directors and Policy Council, Head Start organizations, Region IV office as needed. Prepare and submit annual Program Information Report (PIR). Supervisory Responsibilities In collaboration with EHS-CCP directors/owners, establish and maintain regular oversight of EHS-CCP centers. Manage EHS-CCP Support Staff. Conduct EHS-CCP Director meetings. Facilitate resolutions of conflicts.
Internal Number: 220_56716
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