Living Independence Network Corporation, Assistant Director
Hours: 40 hours per week (Exempt)
Pay Range: $60,000-$70,000 annually
The Assistant Director will strive to maintain positive working relationships with agency staff, grantors and community partners by providing exceptional customer service by utilizing excellent, in-depth knowledge of LINC’s programs as well as team members within the organization. The Assistant Director will contribute to a positive working environment by providing meticulous attention to detail, a readiness to help others (in and outside of the office), and a willingness to do what needs to be done. The Assistant Director will have a strong commitment to LINC’s mission and values.
Description of Duties
Recruit, hire and supervise personnel.
Conduct annual and periodic performance evaluations.
Review, revise and develop personnel policies and procedures.
Ensure that all staff is abiding by the personnel policies and procedures.
Acts as a liaison between department leaders, the Executive Director and the Board of Directors.
Scheduling with mindfulness between the needs of the organization and the needs of our employees.
Training of employees. New employee orientation and professional skill building as necessary.
Promote and support all employees achieve success in the position success factors
Collaborates with Executive Director in developing the portions of the annual budget concerning staff salaries, benefits and travel.
Assist with ensuring that expenditures are allowable and appropriate based on funding source guidelines.
Supervise expenditure of funds in main office and satellite offices
Ensure that all staff are abiding by the financial policies and procedures
State and local laws and regulations
Federal laws and regulations
Maintain membership in professional local and national organizations
Supervise the delivery of services in Boise, Caldwell and Twin Falls offices
Produce quarterly reports of services provided and community activities conducted for the Board of Directors
Produce annual reports required by funding sources
Supervise an annual customer satisfaction survey
Provide Assistance and Recommendations to the Board of Directors
Advise the Board on policy and procedures, goals and objectives for Centers for Independent Living and implement approved policies and plans
Maintain a good communication network with board members and assist the board to provide orientation and training to new board members
Personnel Management/Supervision- Develop a competent staff that will benefit and serve LINC in fulfilling its mission
Financial Management- Ensure sound financial practices resulting in a financially healthy organization
Program Management- Ensure efficient operation of Center services and programs and excellence in customer service
Provide assistance and recommendations to Board of Directors- Inform the Board fully and accurately regarding the organization and act as a professional advisor to the Board
Position Success Factors
Exhibit enthusiastic and sincere commitment to professionalism
Ability to juggle multiple tasks with grace and goodwill
Curiosity and interest in empowering the lives of people with disabilities
Delight in helping others
Ability to thrive in a diverse environment and meet deadlines
Easy to work with, knowledgeable, and helpful
Responsiveness and follow through
Ability to work well with a broad range of people
Dynamic interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with multiple team members
Ability to preserve classified nature of information
Solid independent judgment and motivation
Other Duties as Assigned
LINC is a nonprofit organization that offers employees growth and development, team spirit, competitive salaries, a family friendly environment and a comprehensive benefits package to include: Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance, Employer SEP Contribution, generous vacation and sick accruals, paid holidays, Health Savings & Dependent Care Savings Accounts, and much more.