National Director SCSEP – National Asian Pacific Center on Aging – Seattle, WA

Summary of Primary Job Responsibilities:
The SCSEP Director reports to NAPCA’s President & CEO. The SCSEP Director will work to develop innovative, relevant processes and procedures to help staff assist participants with obtaining and maintaining workforce employment. The National Director will also provide direction, programmatic and financial administration, and supervision for the SCSEP program and its staff while monitoring all related operations. Qualified candidates will have demonstrable experience and behaviors consistent with NAPCA’s mission, vision, and core values. NAPCA is excited to partner with a passionate leader who values transparency, collaboration, and willingness to do the hard and necessary work of administering the SCSEP program to help seniors break free from poverty and social isolation.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
· Work with NAPCA’s CEO and leadership team to develop:
o (1) strategies to ensure success of SCSEP participants
o (2) opportunities for public and private partners to create more access for participants, and
o (3) a work culture that promotes the mission of the organization.
· Identify processes for staff to recruit, select, and support eligible participants to ensure successful placement in unsubsidized employment.
· Develop a robust plan to support program participants find, secure, and succeed with unsubsidized employment.
· Prepare the annual program budget and track all grant expenditures in accordance with guidelines (federal, grant-specific, and NAPCA).
· Facilitate participant’s unsubsidized employment and promote their retention in those jobs.
· Promote linkages and partnerships with local employers and public workforce providers.
· Prepare reports (not limited to quarterly reports), correspondence, articles, and materials as required by funding sources and the President and CEO.
· Remain up-to-date with program policies, regulations, procedures and guidelines from funding sources, and share relevant information with NAPCA management and train staff accordingly.
· Ensures the program is in compliance with Department of Labor and NAPCA policies, procedures, and funding source regulations and specifications through collaboration with the Regional Officers.
· Comply with SCSEP policies, procedures and related requirements, such as using national sponsor and DOL Webtools and forms to report performance measure data and other information necessary for the program.
· Other duties as necessary and assigned.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES
· Superior communication skills, both written and oral
· Effective presentation skills
· Strong experience with client-facing workforce placement, job pipeline development, and job skill development
· Strong project and process management abilities
· Project management experience
· Proven track record of managing staff in multiple locations
· Passion for working with the AAPI and senior communities

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
A valid driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance and a current MVR.
Bachelor’s degree or higher in a related field or equivalent experience

OTHER
Expect regular travel to other NAPCA locations.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
NAPCA is committed to creating a diverse work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. NAPCA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability, parental status, veteran status, or any other protected status under applicable laws. We encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply. If you are a qualified candidate with a disability, please e-mail us at admin@napca.org if you require a reasonable accommodation to complete this application.

How To Apply
admin@napca.org

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