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Senior Assistant Vice President

Location:New York, NY
Exempt/Non-Exempt:Exempt
Benefits:Full Benefits, including 90% employer-paid health insurance
Employment Type:Full Time
Department/Program:Life is Precious
Description:Comunilife's mission is to improve the quality of life and create a healthier tomorrow for New Yorkers with special needs in the Hispanic and broader communities - by providing culturally competent health and human services and a continuum of affordable and supportive housing. Founded in 1989 by its President/CEO - Rosa M. Gil, DSW, Comunilife is one of NYC's most respected community-based health and housing service providers. Each year, our rich continuum of care supports the needs of more than 3,000 low-income and vulnerable New Yorkers including formerly homeless adults living with HIV/AIDS, serious mental and behavioral health issues and co-occuring health issues. Comunilife has an exciting opportunity for a talented, innovative, and creative senior leader we seek a Senior Assistant Vice President (SAVP) for the Life is Precious (LIP) program. This is a new position and will be responsible for the overall operation and growth of the Life is Precious program, which includes planning, implementing, managing, and evaluating program activities and outcomes, and overseeing expansion. The SAVP is also responsible for the research, planning, coordination, and implementation of an effective business development plan. LIP operates in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens, with expansion planned into Manhattan (Washington Heights) and Staten Island.
Duties:ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Lead the expansion and ongoing development of LIP, including development and promotion of marketable program elements Work closely with the VP of Development and Communication to execute business development, marketing, and communication strategies In collaboration with the CPO, CEO, and the Board of Directors, define and promote the LIP value proposition Oversee the direction and administration of LIP across multiple locations by managing Program Directors In partnership with the Chief Program Officer and Program Directors, develop and maintain a system of managing, monitoring and measuring the quality and quantity of services delivered, the efficiency and effectiveness of staff and the programs Act as an internal and external champion of the LIP Programs, serving as a liaison to media, community, government, funding sources, and other stakeholders Develop and implement strategies, tools, and tactics to improve the quality and quantity of services while building the reach and reputation of the program Lead and direct internal QI meetings, address challenges, and provide written and oral reports to the QI Committee of the Board In collaboration with LIP Program Directors and the Human Resources Department, oversee recruitment and personnel matters Develop and maintain policies, principles, and procedures that comply with DOHMH, DYCD, and all other funding and regulatory requirements, guidelines, and directives Responsible for accurate and timely budgets and expenditures, monitoring of grant monies, development of new revenue sources Manage cost effective and high quality provision of specific therapeutic and tutoring services within LIP through outsourcing; includes soliciting, selecting, and contracting resources, developing, implementing, and managing tracking measures, and ensuring deliverables support appropriate outcome measures while remaining budget neutral Manage collaborative research efforts with Columbia University, Center of Excellence for Cultural Competency and ensure collection and accuracy of data on a timely manner OTHER FUNCTIONS: Assist in fundraising by writing proposals
Qualifications:ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Lead the expansion and ongoing development of LIP, including development and promotion of marketable program elements Work closely with the VP of Development and Communication to execute business development, marketing, and communication strategies In collaboration with the CPO, CEO, and the Board of Directors, define and promote the LIP value proposition Oversee the direction and administration of LIP across multiple locations by managing Program Directors In partnership with the Chief Program Officer and Program Directors, develop and maintain a system of managing, monitoring and measuring the quality and quantity of services delivered, the efficiency and effectiveness of staff and the programs Act as an internal and external champion of the LIP Programs, serving as a liaison to media, community, government, funding sources, and other stakeholders Develop and implement strategies, tools, and tactics to improve the quality and quantity of services while building the reach and reputation of the program Lead and direct internal QI meetings, address challenges, and provide written and oral reports to the QI Committee of the Board In collaboration with LIP Program Directors and the Human Resources Department, oversee recruitment and personnel matters Develop and maintain policies, principles, and procedures that comply with DOHMH, DYCD, and all other funding and regulatory requirements, guidelines, and directives Responsible for accurate and timely budgets and expenditures, monitoring of grant monies, development of new revenue sources Manage cost effective and high quality provision of specific therapeutic and tutoring services within LIP through outsourcing; includes soliciting, selecting, and contracting resources, developing, implementing, and managing tracking measures, and ensuring deliverables support appropriate outcome measures while remaining budget neutral Manage collaborative research efforts with Columbia University, Center of Excellence for Cultural Competency and ensure collection and accuracy of data on a timely manner OTHER FUNCTIONS: Assist in fundraising by writing proposals


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