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YWCA Richmond

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Director of Grants & Data Management Summary Directs and manages all grant activity for the YWCA Richmond, including proposals, monitoring and reporting requirements for government, corporate, private foundation and United Way grants. Develops and manages an effective data collection and management system to track program goals and outcomes. Grant Duties Essential Functions: Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the functions listed: • Plans and executes all grant applications, reports and files amendments for all federal, state and local government grants; private foundations, corporations and United Way • Identifies new funding opportunities to match client and agency priorities • Collaborates with development team on corporate relations and major gift prospecting • Supervises contract and volunteer grant writers • Facilitates relationships between key leadership staff, government agencies and foundations • Represents YWCA Richmond at trainings and meetings • Works closely with Chief Development Officer to plan and execute strategies and activities to engage current, former and prospective foundation staff and leadership and provide appropriate donor stewardship and acknowledgement • Works closely with Chief Financial Officer to forecast and ensure management of funding and adherence to programmatic restrictions on funding • Serves on YWCA Leadership Team • Prepares reports detailing funding accomplishments for Executive Team, YWCA Board of Directors, Young Women’s Leadership Alliance and funding partners as needed Data Management Duties Essential Functions: Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the functions listed: • Designs standardized and accessible systems for capturing, reporting and distributing data (including outcomes and metrics) across the organization • Leads implementation & management of data tool (Apricot by Social Solutions) • Creates dashboard system for program reporting • Collaborates with community partners/funders to ensure data alignment (HOMEWARD, United Way, Greater Richmond Regional Collaborative) • Uses Blackbaud to cultivate and steward relationships with public and private funding partners SUPERVISION This position reports directly to the Chief Development Officer and serves at the YWCA Downtown office located at 6 North 5th Street, Richmond, VA 23219. Staff demonstrates their understanding of the critical role volunteers play in helping YWCA achieve our mission by providing volunteers the resources and training needed to be successful, offering meaningful experiences, treating them with respect, and clearly communicating needs and impact of their contribution to the work of the organization. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. The incumbent is expected to perform other duties necessary for the effective operation of the agency. Leadership & Executive Aug 1, 2019
CLIENT SERVICES SPECIALIST/EMERGENCY HOUSING SCOPE: Identifies, establishes and maintains a network of community resources, partnerships, and activities that will support a comprehensive case management service for all YWCA of Richmond families: children and adults; community and residential. Provides assessment and resource/referral services targeting each individual’s unique needs, and assists clients in developing practical service plans and goals. DUTIES: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Essential functions may include, but are not limited to the functions listed below.) 1. Identifies and develops implementation plans for services most needed by YWCA of Richmond clients, individuals and family matters, due to: domestic and/or sexual violence issues; homelessness; finances; employment; food; clothing; housing; child and/or adult physical and mental health issues; child education support; child health and mental health; childhood general development – education, needs and supportive services. (20%) 2. Assist clients in learning everyday life skills as well as provides ongoing communication, for employees and clients, as to the protocols and services available. (5%) 3. Interviews, assesses, and assists clients in developing realistic and appropriate case plans, to include clear steps and timelines; assists with accessing services from other agencies through information, referral, advocacy and accompaniment; refers clients to community resources and other organizations; reviews case plans and reports progress at staff meetings. (35%) 4. Conduct follow up calls to individuals who have accessed employment navigation support, to assess for progress or if any additional support is needed. Provide these updates to the Workforce Navigator. Support the Workforce Navigator with the Ticket to Work referrals for individuals who are in the EHP (10%) 5. Provides written documentation in client files and communication logs as appropriate; maintains complete and accurate demographic logs and other statistical support data; assists in preparation of monthly and quarterly statistical reports. (10%) 6. Supports training and oversight of student interns and new volunteers on residential therapeutic milieu, hotline, advocacy and case planning services. (5%) 7. Networks with other community agencies and service providers; represents the YWCA through participation in public speaking engagements, workshops and trainings. (15%) 8. Performs other duties as assigned. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This job has no supervisory responsibilities, other than interns and volunteers as assigned. Hiring consideration will be given to candidates who possess any or all of the following experience: working with and creating successful partnerships; Domestic and/or Sexual Violence; Early Childhood Development, disabilities and special populations; Strong organization skills; 4-Way Learner; Communicator; Team Player, willing to communicate and open to communicating; Creative, Flexible, and Approachable) Staff demonstrates their understanding of the critical role volunteers play in helping YWCA achieve our mission by providing volunteers the resources and training needed to be successful, offering meaningful experiences, treating them with respect, and clearly communicating needs and impact of their contribution to the work of the organization. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. The incumbent is expected to perform other duties necessary for the effective operation of the department. Social Work Aug 1, 2019