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The Salvation Army, Silvercrest Management Site Manager - Jefferson Day Center in Seattle, Washington

DescriptionDEPARTMENT: KCS - King County SheltersPOSITION TITLE: Site ManagerSTATUS: ExemptGeneral Statement:The Salvation Army is a branch of the Christian Church and the ultimate goal of all programs is spiritual regeneration of all people.The Salvation Army is an equal opportunity employer.Scope of Position:The Salvation Army Seattle Social Services is seeking a Site Manager for the Jefferson Day Center. This individual will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day program operations, and empowering program team members to deliver consistent quality service to clients. The Site Manager will achieve this through oversight of daily operations, stakeholder engagement, monitoring the budget, ensuring contract compliance, developing/implementing policies and procedures, staff management and development, and ensuring overall safety of volunteers, staff, and clients.Program Description:This Site Manager will oversee operations at The Salvation Army Seattle Social Services' Jefferson Day Center. This is a Day Shelter for homeless adults that is open 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily. Individuals can walk-in to the shelter for a safe space to spend the day, do their laundry, take a shower, and receive referrals to additional supportive services.Preferred Education and Work Experience:BA Degree or 3 years of experience in social work, social services, or related field2+ years of experience managing staff and/or teams2+ years of experience managing projects and/or programs2+ years of experience providing services to the program's target populationKnowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:Detail orientedExcellent interpersonal skillsPassion for serving, advocating for, and motivating others.Strong time management, collaborative, organizational, and critical thinking skills.Basic mathematical skills (addition, subtraction, division, multiplication & percentages).Ability to exercise initiative and sound judgment in problem-solving and decision-makingAbility to plan, organize, develop, implement, and interpret program goals, objectives, policies, and proceduresAbility to be comfortable in and move program goals forward in an uncertain, politically sensitive, and rapidly changing environment, while keeping key stakeholders informed and engagedAbility to support and develop personnel through coaching and trainingAbility to conduct and oversee direct client servicesExperience leading cross-sector and inter-agency collaborationExperience or knowledge of budgets and fiscal managementData management, organizational and record-keeping skillsDemonstrates knowledge in Trauma Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, Mental Health First Aid, Harm-Reduction, and Housing First modelsBroad and up to date knowledge of community- based resources (e.g. housing, employment placement services, access to medical & dental services, etc.)Ability to engage in a respectful and culturally responsive manner with staff and clients from a variety of racial, cultural, and economic backgrounds and with various religious beliefs, lifestyles, sexual orientations, age variance, and differing abilitiesDemonstrates a commitment to the values of equity and inclusion by honoring diverse characteristics and expressions of personal identityDemonstrates a commitment to confidentiality and protecting sensitive client informationStrong crisis intervention skills with ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks under stressful conditionsStrong use of the English language in verbal and written communicationPossess a valid Washington State Driver's License, and be willing to drive their own vehicle and Salvation Army vehicles as necessaryAbility to complete Salvation Army required training and requirements within 90 days of employment including, but not limited to: