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Program Management. Identifies installation needs and concerns and presents plans, recommendations and assistance to influence readiness and retention issues. Keeps abreast of DoD, DoN, and CNIC policies and can interpret\articulate their meaning, priorities, and intent.
Ensures all DOD, DON and other Navy chain of command policies and procedures are implemented and that CNIC Family Readiness Program standards are successfully achieved or, take corrective action to ensure that the FFSC is accredited within the prescribed time frame.
Maintains close and continuous contact with leadership, first responders and supporting organizations (Medical Treatment Facilities, Law Enforcement, Legal, Chaplain, MWR, American Red Cross) to leverage programs and services effectively. Keeps the Regional Program Manager (RPM) and installation leadership informed of issues, problems, and trends in FFSC services that are unique or problematic that exceeds the capabilities of the Center.
Responds to complaints or problems identified by clients or staff and takes necessary action to resolve them. When directed by the CO, serves on installation committees, boards and councils as a subject matter expert in the area of quality of life for military personnel and their families. Incumbent will represent Center at higher headquarters working groups as requested. Routinely participates as the command representative in the development of long range plans for Family Support Programs.
Serves as the principal advisor to the Installation Commanding Officer (CO) on FFSC related program delivery. Assists commanders in preventing, identifying and addressing family readiness challenges in order to retain unit cohesion, operational and family readiness. Monitors enterprise or locally developed performance metrics and make recommendations regarding continued use/enhancement/reductionof programs, personnel, and materiel and facility footprint. Supports command and regional efforts to maximize cooperation, planning and information sharing including other service branches, federal, state and local government agencies, and private sector entities. May represent the command at meetings consisting of stakeholders to discuss, present and/or inform as appropriate.
Resource Management. Develops, plans and directs uses of appropriated and non-approrpiated fund resources to ensure delivery of programs and services provided by the installation. This includes developing and coordinating facility, technology, manpower and equipment planning to ensure expeditious improvement/replacement. This includes identifying current and future requirements that is deemed essential for FFSC program delivery. Manages allotted resources to achieve annual budget plans in accordance with chain of command guidance. Plans, organizes, directs, supervises, and evaluates all Center programs and services. Establishes internal control mechanisms that support the monitoring of resources and supports program objectives efficiently and effectively. Applies various techniques ensure audit readiness of all resources and applies oversight using various performances metrics and techniques.
Develops plans for facility improvement and equipment improvement/replacement required to perform services made available. Documents, reports, conducts and analyzes formal and informal needs assessment results to ensure availability of long-term proactive programs and services.
Establishes and maintains an informal network with on- and off-base human service agencies to establish and deliver services and to promote FFSC activities and services. Ensures all reporting requirements are complete, accurate, and submitted in a timely manner to the requesting entity as appropriate. Prepares periodic reports and presentations to provides the community with an updated status of programs/activities.
Supervisory. Supervises civilian, military, and volunteer staff assigned to the FFSC. Organizes, sets, and monitors work:flow of the center.
Provides advice, counsel, and instructions to subordinate supervisors on technical and administrative personnel matters. Issues awards and disciplinary measures as appropriate. Prepares documentation to support actions taken. Identifies employee developmental needs and provides or arranges for training (formal and on-the-job) to maintain and improve job performance. Encourages self-development. Initiates classification, reclassification, and recruitment actions, and tracks all pending personnel actions to ensure timely completion. Coordinates minority recruitment efforts with human resources and EEO representatives. Interviews and selects candidates for vacant positions and approves promotion or reassignment of employees, ensuring compliance with equal opportunity action plans.
Occasional travel - May be required to travel by military and/or commercial conveyance in performance of official duties.
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