Assistant Executive Director
This is a new position for Livingston County Catholic Charities:
In support of the Executive Director, the Assistant Executive Director will develop and manage (directly or indirectly) agency program activities, as assigned, in accordance with the stated mission, purpose, policies and procedures of the agency as formulated by the Board of Directors. Within these same parameters, the Assistant Executive Director will support the management of assigned administrative functions; which may include personnel, fiscal, planning, program development, information management, quality assurance, risk management and community involvement.
As may be assigned by the Executive Director, the Assistant Executive Director will utilize the resources of the agency within the parameters established by the Board of Directors and consistent with the mission of the Catholic Diocese of Lansing. The Assistant Executive Director serves as a member of the management/administrative team, directly and indirectly seeking and utilizing employee input into program and agency administration.
The Assistant Executive Director will serve as a member of various committees of the Board of Directors, and actively facilitates a Board/Coworker partnership to accomplish the goals and fulfill the mission of the organization. The Assistant Executive Director models their commitment to Catholic Social Teaching in their public and personal life; is an inspirational leader with a passion for the organization's mission; demonstrates strategic thinking and applies it to maximizing opportunities; and, knows how to collaborate with the Catholic parishes, other faith-based entities and secular communities served by Catholic Charities.
1. Education: Master of Social Work (MSW) from an accredited school of social work or a related human service MA is preferred. Degrees in Business, Non-Profit Management, Public Administration or other applicable areas may be considered. Professional licensure in the State of Michigan, if eligible, is preferred.
2. Experience: A minimum of 8 years of experience in a family service, health care, or similar non-profit, setting. At least 5 years as a supervisor or program manager with increasing administrative responsibility. Preference for experience in the areas of program planning and evaluation, personnel management, fiscal management, fund development, community relations and working with a non-profit Board of Directors.
3. Additional: A demonstrated ability to work with a variety of professional and support staff in a productive and team-oriented manner. An ability to function well in a multi-task environment. The Assistant Executive Director must be knowledgeable of Catholic Social Teaching.
Resume and cover letter to: LCCC, 2020 E. Grand River, #104, Howell, MI, 48843 or email: email@example.com
SUBSTANCE ABUSE & MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST Part-time and Full-time
Livingston County Catholic Charities seeks to add part-time and full-time therapists to join our staff to provide Outpatient Substance Abuse Counseling and Mental Health Counseling. Preferred candidates will have a Master’s degree and be an LMSW or LPC in the State of Michigan. We would consider newer master level graduates who wish to work toward full licensure. Having a CAADC is preferred but progress towards the certification is acceptable. Two (2) years of direct service experience and experience with multiple service providers is a plus. Clinical experience with children is also a plus. Some evening hours are required. The full-time salaried position is eligible for all of our generous agency provided benefits as described within the Employee Policy and Procedure Manual. EEO. Candidates interested in the position should send resume and cover letter to: John Furey, Clinical Director, LCCC, 2020 E. Grand River, #104, Howell, MI 48843.
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