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DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMMING
JOB DESCRIPTION

 

We support young moms who are transitioning
into stable, healthy living by providing housing,
security, and opportunities for personal growth.

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW

 

The Mom Community provides housing and supportive programming for pregnant and parenting women ages 18-22. Our programs are designed to support young moms in Atlanta who are transitioning into stability.  

Our program is loving, relationship-oriented, and  Christ-centered.  We respond to our community’s needs with integrity and compassion.  Our organization focuses on supporting the whole person individually and in relationship with others. Our emphasis on learning from those we serve offers opportunities for spiritual transformation and growth for staff and residents. 

 

ROLE DESCRIPTION

The Mom Community is looking for a self-motivated individual willing to collaborate with the President of TMC to launch and implement the newest phase of the program that includes transitional housing and holistic care.  We desire our staff to embody the following characteristics: integrity, team player, clarity of vision, and compassion. 

The Program Director will be responsible for overseeing and developing programming, as well as executing and managing the goals and objectives of the Board of Directors.

The person in this role will be required to be a strong advocate for the mission of The Mom Community. They will need to know, embrace and commit to advancing the mission and vision of TMC, in addition to serving as a liaison between Board, Staff, Housing, Community agencies and potential donors. They will need to be on call for emergencies. 

 

We are a faith-based organization who is founded in the Christian faith. We expect all of our staff to honor and respect our religious beliefs. 

Responsibilities:

  • Supervise Case Management and Educational programs
  • Develop, review and present programmatic operational plans on an ongoing basis to the Executive Director for the purpose of program expansion and meeting program goals
  • Develop outcome measures related to program operational plans and goals and monitor program outcomes as reported from direct staff and contractors
  • Report outcomes and programmatic information to national and local oversight agencies, as required by grants, contracts and funding agreements
  • Maintain program materials and consumer documentation for all programs
  • Maintain programmatic compliance with agency policies and procedures, HIPAA, funding organizations and any other applicable oversight monitors
  • Direct supervision of program managers, staff and contractors, as applicable
  • Serve as a member of management team
  • Attend staff meetings and management team meetings
  • Serve as representative for organization at external meetings applicable to education  and direct service programs
  • Provide clinical supervision to clinical staff and interns
  • Further develop and programming and training 
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of concepts and theories applicable to the management of public and government sector agencies and programs
  • Knowledge of homelessness, parenting, housing and social service agencies systems, programs and activities 
  • Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple projects
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Ability to envision future growth and advise on effective programming
  • Able to listen to new ideas and perspectives
  • Skilled in the operations and the administration of TMC’s programs, activities and mission.
  • Skilled in written and verbal communication
  • Capable in documentation skills
  • Ability to analyze information
  • Good people skills and able to manage people

 

Minimum Requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree in public administration, social work, education, business, political science, natural sciences or program administration; RN + work experience
  • Preferred, two years of professional work experience in management level

 

 Submit application, resume, and background check to christy@momcommunity.org

 

HOUSE MANAGER
JOB DESCRIPTION

We support young moms who are transitioning
into stable, healthy living by providing housing,
security, and opportunities for personal growth.

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW

The Mom Community provides low-cost housing and supportive programming for pregnant and parenting women ages 18-22. Our programs are designed to support young moms in Atlanta who are transitioning into stability.  

Our program is loving, relationship-oriented, and  Christ-centered.  We respond to our community’s needs with integrity and compassion.  Our organization focuses on supporting the whole person individually and in relationship with others. Our emphasis on learning from those we serve offers opportunities for spiritual transformation and growth for staff and residents. 

 

ROLE DESCRIPTION

The Mom Community is looking for a competent, compassionate person to provide home management and support for young moms. This job position will include living in the home with moms, building relationships, providing guidance for parenting and life skills, as well as organizing and facilitating classes and support groups for moms in the community. This person will be responsible for assisting in all aspects of residential operations and to support delivery of programs and services in fulfillment of TMC’s mission. We desire the person that fills this role to be a team-player, boundaried, nurturing, committed, and financially responsible.

The Housemanager will act as an on-site supervisor to ensure that all residents are performing assigned duties, in line with the organization’s mission. She will ensure residents are following the guidance and rules of the home and that the activities of the home are in line with the values of the home. She will provide opportunities for spiritual development for the residents. Additionally, she should have excellent people skills with the ability to manage people and resolve conflict. She should have excellent skills in verbal and written communication. The Housemanager will report to the Program Director with day to day operations. This includes maintaining safety and security for expectant and parenting single mothers and their children.

The House Manager position is more of a ministry position than a job.  It’s a position for someone wanting to serve God by loving others.  Housing will be included in the salary. The House Manager will be given a minimum of one weekend off per month.

 Responsibilities:

  • Live in the home with moms to provide daily support and mentorship for parenting and life skills.
  • Create an environment that offers stability and a safe space to heal
  • Be a supportive, loving friend to each mom in the home 
  • Seek to build and nurture healthy relationships in the home
  • Manage the upkeep of the home and plan, assign, and oversee household management tasks 
  • Manage situations consistently with the mission of The Mom Community
  • Keep the Director of Programs informed regarding staff, residents, and issues in the home.
  • Provide spiritual mentorship through prayer, Biblestudy, and conversation
  • Provide volunteer oversight to ensure proper implementation of the program.
  • Be available to provide coverage in the residence as needed to oversee basic operations including chores, curriculum, and follow up with residents’ responsibilities and any assigned activities.
  • Ensure resident policies and procedures are followed and take corrective actions with residents that are in violation.
  • Ensure that any threat to safety or any contagious, infectious or serious health issues regarding adult or child residents, including going into labor, are reported immediately to the staff member on call.  
  • Be responsible for day to day communication in the home.
  • Occasionally assist with childcare and transportation. 
  • Ensure overnight coverage in the residence
  • Complete any required documentation including log entries, incidence reports and progress notes.
  • Assist in the implementation of special events.
  • Oversee chores, curriculum and follow up with residents on any structured activities they are required to do.
  • Attend regular staff meetings.

 

Minimum Requirements:

  • Highschool diploma or GED
  • Preference given to those with professional or personal experience supporting individuals with trauma history or challenging behaviors
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, provide current registration and insurance, and a clean driving record
  • Must be 25-years-old or older (except for summer positions)
  • Strong crisis intervention skills. 
  • Excellent judgment skills

 

 

 Submit application and resume to christy@momcommunity.org

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