Assistant Director – Voces Latinas Inc – Jackson Heights, NY

The Assistant Director is repsonsible for the direct supervision of all programming and all program staff. S/he will review all program reporting and be the point of contact for submitting reports to funders. S/he will work closely witht he client database in reviewing client issues, trends and progress.


-Provide quality direct supervision, feedback, and evaluation to all program staff

-Direct Supervision of program coordinators

-Maintain a supportive and positive, communicative, and culturally competent work environment

-Oversee accurate program data collection and maintenance (Quality Assurance)

-Review and implement program guidelines and reporting

-Prepare and submit high quality and timely reports to funders

-Proposal writing- grant seeking

-Develop, maintain, and/or revise efficient office management systems

-Organize weekly staff meetings and trainings

-Maintain direct, frequent and effective communication with executive director

-Manage programming budgets

-Review program data base

-Work with program staff on fundraising activities

-Represent Voces Latinas in meetings and forums in an utmost professional manner

– Provide presentations to providers community, regarding programs and services

-Keep abreast of HIV, Violence Against Women, and Immigration issues

-Other duties as required

–Curriculum development and facilitating trainings a PLUS


-M.A. in social work, public health, social services and 3 or more years of experience in related work

-Proposal writing experience a MUST

-Culturally competent leadership skills in a social service setting

– Extensive experience in community service

-Ability to delegate and hold accountability

-Strong conflict management skills

-Excellent written and oral communication skills

-Strong interpersonal skills

-Well organized and attentive to detail

-Ability to work under pressure of deadlines

-Ability to interact with individuals in a diverse environment

-Excellent written and oral communication skills

-Receptive to constructive feedback

-Computer skills (Microsoft Office)

-Willing to learn and be flexible

-Experience with Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Preferred

-Bilingual (Spanish and English) A MUST

Please send resume to Nathaly Rubio-Torio at