• Assistant Employment & Training Director, 2020-ET-006

    Posted: 02/11/2020

    Full-time Assistant Employment & Training Director open in Virginia.  Starting wage: $26.38/hour.  Please apply by February 25, 2020, at www.aeoa.org, Careers tab, Professionals.  AA/EOE
     
    Responsible for the development, implementation, and coordination of information systems relative to financial analysis, demographics, and evaluation of program grant performance.  Manages employment and training programs.
     
    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provides leadership to Department at the request of and in the absence of the department Director
    • Assists the department Director in developing and maintaining positive and professional community partnerships for the purpose of collaboration, networking, and information-sharing
    • Convene and facilitate regular Manager meetings and special meetings as needed
    • Directs the E & T Management Information System
    • Supervises, trains, and evaluates staff
    • Along with department Director, evaluates the performance of Managers on annual basis or more frequently if necessary
    • Monitors and evaluates program effectiveness and ensures compliance with program rules and regulations
    • Develops methods for on-going compilation and statistical analysis of enrollment and placement information
    • Manages or directs Department programs, projects, and tasks as assigned
    • Prepares statistical, demographic, and financial reports required by grantor agencies
    • Establishes, projects, and monitors program activities and outcomes, related financial data, and goals
    • Develops a system to monitor budgets regarding grant funds and grant requirements
    • Determines cost allocations for program expenses
    • Manages program payroll, purchasing, voucher, and invoice system
    • Prepares budgets, monitors and projects program expenditures
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in human services, related field, or commensurate education and experience
    • Three (3) years in fund accounting, accounts payable and receivable, financial reporting, and budget management
    • Demonstrated supervisory and leadership skills
    • Must have extensive knowledge of computer software systems required for client reporting, program performance factors, and evaluation
    • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office
     Needed Attributes:
    • Self-starter with organizational and management skills
     Full-time, 40 hours/week, Monday-Friday