Program Director

Job Description

The Program Director provides oversight to the Family Place staff, provides oversight of data integrity and program outcome management, and serves as an advocate for the Family Place within the community. The Program Director is under direct supervision of the Family Place Executive Director.  


Staff Leadership

  • Collaborate with Executive Director on program development
  • Coordinate Family Place approved programs
  • Supervise Staff and provide support accordingly
  • Ensure day to day activities are being done per expectations
  • Conduct performance evaluations for staff; manage accountability for job performance and eliminate barriers to their effectiveness and efficiency
  • Collect and manage time sheets
  • Report and manage program outcomes
  • Recruit and schedule childcare workers for programs
  • Oversee system for supply ordering/management (office admin to implement)
  • Ensure newsletter is completed timely and efficiently
  • Assist with duties necessary to support Family Place programs (example: maintenance of facility, transportation, and childcare)
  • Support Grant Writing
  • Perform other duties as needed 

Oversee Database and Data Integrity 

  • Maintain integrity of database
  • Collaborate with Office Administrator for data entry and administration
  • Accountable for data integrity, database accuracy and compliance 
  • Ensure staff understands and uses the data system accurately and efficiently
  • Provide timely and accurate program records and reports 
  • Maintain evaluation data, including intake/out-take testing
  • Promote comprehensive community outreach and encourage family participation

Community Collaboration

  • Attend Board of Directors meetings
  • Treat all staff, clients, volunteers, and community partners with all respect
  • Collaborate with human services agencies and other community partners to provide services for families and children
  • Attend community meetings on behalf of the Family Place.  
  • Present TFP publicly at functions or events
  • Understand and have knowledge of community resources to effectively leverage in collaboration with TFP
  • Promote a positive image of The Family Place and reflect Family Place values at all times


  • Ability to relate to a wide variety of people and engage families in a respectful, genuine manner
  • Cultural competencies in interactions with staff, clients, volunteers, and community partners
  • Current infant/child CPR certification
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities 
  • Ability to collect, evaluate, and analyze data
  • Ability to work flexible hours
  • Ability to model appropriate interaction skills
  • Knowledge of and ability to access community resources
  • Supervisory skills
  • Computer literacy
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Bilingual preferred

All Family Place staff and volunteers are subject to background check, which will include Sex Offender Registry information.  All Family Place staff are employed at will.

Interested persons please email a cover letter and resume to