The Regional Manager provides technical assistance (TA), training, mentoring and coaching to Georgia Family Connection Collaboratives to further the purpose of improving conditions and prospects of families in Georgia. This work requires involvement at the county, regional, and state-levels.
- Acts as primary point of contact for Collaboratives by county, region, cohort, state initiatives.
- Brokers and provides TA and training to Georgia Family Connection county Collaboratives in support of the Georgia Family Connection Partnership (GaFCP) model of improved outcomes for children and families through collaboration. Areas include:
- community assessment;
- use and interpretation of data;
- strategy development, implementation and sustainability;
- measurement and communication of results;
- Collaborative governance and infrastructure;
- family and partner engagement;
- administration and operation;
- completion and submission of assessments, plans, and reports; and
- special projects, including but not limited to, cohorts and state initiatives.
- Supports Peer-to-Peer networks.
- Participates in the process of reviewing and revising plans, reports, and assessments that Collaboratives submit.
- Maintains records related to TA requested and provided.
- Co-develops and participates in organizational trainings and staff development opportunities in an effort to provide coordinated, consistent TA to Collaboratives.
- Participates in developing TA and training tools and report requirements, appropriately integrating suggestions from Collaborative coordinators, GaFCP partners and staff.
- Participates in organizational meetings, workgroups, etc., in support of the organization’s purpose and strategic plan.
- Represents the organization in a positive way by maintaining high-quality relationships—both internal and external.
- Manages organizational resources in an effective, efficient and creative manner.
- Maintains a high level of personal accountability.
- Knowledge of basic strategic planning concepts, as applied to communities and organizations, including assessment, priority/goal-setting, and strategy development.
- Knowledge of basic collaborative development and implementation concepts.
- Knowledge of and strong experience using Microsoft Office; ability to learn and willingness to adapt to new technology solutions.
- Strong organizational skills with attention to detail.
- Strong oral and written communication skills, including tact, diplomacy, and confidentiality.
- Strong interpersonal and leadership skills.
- Ability to work independently and in a collaborative setting.
- Ability to coordinate, prioritize, and follow-through on multiple projects and tasks.
- Ability to adapt to change, be open to new ideas, take on new responsibilities, handle pressure effectively, and maintain flexibility to adjust to the changing needs of the organization and network.
- Ability to work with others to creatively solve problems, and to recognize and take advantage of new opportunities.
Competitive salary based on skills and experience. We offer a generous benefit package including health and life insurance, retirement plan, paid time off and many more.
The successful applicant must live in or contiguous to the 18-county area in south Georgia known as Region 11:
Turner, Tift, Cook, Brooks, Lowndes, Ben Hill, Irwin, Lanier, Echols, Coffee, Adkinson, Lanier, Clinch, Berrien, Bacon, Pierce, Bradley, Ware, Charlton