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Lead Manager of Contracts and Reporting

1736 Family Crisis Center

This is a Full-time position in los angeles, ca posted August 1, 2022.

1736 Family Crisis Center seeks a high performance professional to report directly to the Director of Finance and Contracts/Controller and works closely the Managing Director of Programs, Planning, and Communications, and with the CEO and agency leadership to lead a dynamic and growing department in management of federal, state, county, and city funding contracts that aggregate approximately $19 million/year for agency operations. The position will help guide the agencys continuing growth and quality assurances, as well as provide public policy advocacy on key legislative issues and in-house digitalization leadership. 1736 Family Crisis Center has been in operation for 50 years and is a 501(c)3 organization overseen by a Board of Directors and a CEO of 39 years.

Were seeking candidates who are detail-oriented and productive in a fast-paced work environment. The position will collaborate with the agencys directors of finance, human resources, administration, resource development/fundraising, and both new and long-established residential and nonresidential programs serving child and adult populations in dire need, and, as assigned, with outside advisors, partners, and independent auditors. Excellent writing skill is required.

The position will facilitate grant proposal preparations, regulatory certifications, contract negotiations, internal program implementation and compliance, auditable/accountable record keeping within programs, performance tracking, timely internal and external communications and reports in-house and to funders, management for agency-wide records, and executive correspondence with legislators, elected officials, and governmental appointees.

The Contracts Department has several full time employees and responsibility to manage several dozen competitively-earned government contracts. The position is a top manager of the Contracts Department. Examples of current government contracting offices are:

  • Federal: the U.S. Departments of Justice, Veteran Affairs, Housing and Urban Development, Health and Human Services, and Office of Violence Against Women
  • State: California Office of Emergency Services
  • County of Los Angeles: Departments of Mental Health, Health and Human Services Office of Womens Services, Department of Probation
  • County of Orange: Housing and Homeless Services
  • City of Los Angeles: Department of Housing and Community Development, and Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti
  • Cities of Long Beach, Redondo Beach, and Torrance
  • County of Los Angeles and City of Los Angeles Joint Authorities, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority

1736 Family Crisis Center:

1736 Family Crisis Center is a leader in human services policy and best practices since 1972. We have 20+ residential and nonresidential locations in Los Angeles and Orange Counties and employ approximately 180 diverse professionals in areas including mental health, family and immigration law, crisis intervention, job/career development, housing, and finance. Staff is historically supported by a couple of hundred volunteers and by interns from law schools and from various universities and colleges.

Services are for babies and children, teenagers, transition-age youth, and adults of all ages. Our clients have suffered from human trafficking, domestic violence, rape and sexual assault, child abuse, suicidality, abandonment, youth homelessness, Veteran homelessness, poverty, mental illness, emotional distress, street and gang violence, and barriers to achieving and to sustaining secure, healthy self-sufficiency.

The organization intervenes day and night through emergency and transitional shelters and five suicide/crisis hotlines. It also operates detailed mental health clinics, legal aid services, first responder dispatch teams in partnership with LAPD, job and career development and search, street outreach to homeless including children, case management, benefits facilitation, homeless housing and rapid rehousing programs, and concrete real-life assistance and resources that guide participants toward safety and independence, and sustain accomplishments long term.

1736 Family Crisis Center cares for approximately 9,000 individuals a year through its shelters and clinics and historically reaches an additional 20,000 through education and prevention services in schools and community locations.

1736 Family Crisis Center foresees continued expansion and seeks applicants with a vision toward long term employment. Compensation is commensurate with experience and includes a comprehensive benefits package.

1736 Family Crisis Center is an equal opportunity employer.