Latino Family Center Director, YWCA

POSITION SUMMARY: Under the general supervision of the Executive Director, the Latino Family Center Director provides oversight for the Latino Family Center of the YWCA. This position serves as the staff liaison to the Latino Family Center Advisory Committee and Social Justice and represents the department on the Advocacy committee.

•    Financial–Develop and manage the annual budget for the department. Responsible for resource development, fundraising, grants in conjunction with the Executive Director. Evaluate,research and purchase equipment for department to use.
•    Best Practices–Oversee all program implementation and development for the Latino Family Center. Maintain adequate records to evaluate, control and measure effectiveness. Observe staff effectiveness, enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures and apply appropriate behavior management techniques.
•    Human Resources–Recruit, train, supervise, orient and evaluate staff and volunteers.
•    Communication–Organize press releases, brochures, and other promotional literature for areas of responsibility.
•    Perform other duties as assigned.

Three years’ experience in case management experience and a proven track record working with the Hispanic community.

Bachelor’s Degree from accredited college or university.


•    Written & Oral fluency in both Spanish/English
•    PC Skills –Microsoft Office applications (word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook); and other applications as required (i.e. QuickBooks, Daxko or equivalent).
•    Ability to train, delegate and supervise staff and volunteers.
•    Ability to provide one-on-one education and referrals to clients inan unbiased and nonjudgmental manner.
•    Should be a highly organized self-starter; independent and self-directed, creative, and detail oriented
•    Able to manage and motivate diverse groups and individuals, and work successfully as a team leader in a team environment
•    Responding and resolving complex community questions and concerns
•    Working with senior management
•    Program planning, implementation an evaluation
•    Special Event Planning


Typically works in a professional office environment


Ability to perform routine first aid tasks.Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body.This job requires frequent walking and standing, including going from upstairs to downstairs, setting up rooms.