The Director of Community Services Division is responsible for the overall operation of the community office and sustaining partnerships within the Haddington/Cobbs Creek community. The Director is also responsible for managing the NAS (funded by OHCD) which is comprised of resident leaders from the Haddington/Cobbs Creek communities. The Director coordinates and directs activities and manages all of the programs of ACHIEVEability’s Community Services Division.
The Director of Community Services ensures that services provided to agency clients are consistent with the organization’s vision and in compliance with regulatory and funding requirements of all contracts. The Director is responsible for ensuring basic needs and support services reflect quality and adhere to agency policies and organizational procedures. Additionally the Director is responsible for managing the 60th Street corridor to help it become a destination to work, shop and play. Finally, the Director must manage data collection and reporting, as well as facilitate continuous quality improvement within the division.
ACHIEVEability, which is member of the Mission First Housing Group, is a nonprofit organization that provides comprehensive and intensive support for families so that they can break the generational cycle of poverty, maximize their potential and achieve self-sufficiency. Education is the focus of our approach. Families at ACHIEVEability pursue college while maintaining employment, developing life skills, building credit and assets, and broadening their horizons. Help break the cycle of poverty for low income, single parent, formerly homeless families. We are looking for an organized, hardworking, multi-tasking, outcomes-driven and smart individual with a passion for making a difference, who craves variety and intensity, and who values education and accountability.
The Self-Sufficiency Coach advocates for and provides holistic support to ACHIEVEability participants, and their families, as they begin their journey towards to self-sufficiency. ACHIEVEability participants are single parents working hard to create a better life for themselves and their families. The Self-Sufficiency Coach is responsible for motivating, encouraging, and equipping ACHIEVEability participants with the skills they need to attain their life goals.