Vice President

New Jersey, United States
Competitive Salary
Mar 15, 2021
Apr 13, 2021
Position Type
Employment Type
Full Time

JOB SUMMARY: The Vice President will oversee  all aspects of the Technical Assistance Department, promote advocacy and appropriate legislation for all programs, oversee the implementation of programs, oversee development & communications including developing & obtaining new funding sources; supervise staff; represent PCA-NJ and its subsidiary, the Child Wellness Institute (ChildWIN), in networks and collaborations; provide training and educational presentations.



  1. Oversee the Technical Assistance Department; all grants, contracts, outcomes and budgets and its employees
  2. Manage the State, Federal, and Foundation Grants that fund programming and act as the liaison between PCA-NJ and funders
  3. Maintain relationships with the National Replication agencies for each of these programs. Oversee and coordinate the replication of all PCA-NJ prevention and education programs including: Healthy Families, Parents As Teachers Community Education, Parent Linking Program (PLP), Human Trafficking Prevention, Connections Matter and Essex Pregnancy and Parenting Connection (EPPC).


  • Manage evaluation and research efforts in all programs:
    1. Initiate and engage in research projects with local universities to demonstrate program outcomes and efficacy as appropriate, obtain funding resources as needed.
    2. Establish mechanisms required to accurately collect data for evaluation of programs in terms of levels of service, technical assistance provided, and outcomes of participants.
    3. Analyze data and prepare reports reflecting evaluation and research results.

  • Development and execution of agency policy agendas
  • Assist each program with developing an advocacy agenda
  • Initiative and oversee PCANJ advocacy work
  • Establish solid connections and relationships with state legislative leaders

  • Assist with development and oversight of Child Wellness Institute
    1. Research, present, and obtain approval of new program initiatives
    2. Assist in obtaining funding
    3. Assist in the growth and development of PCA-NJ’s subsidiary, Child Wellness Initiative; including seeking funding, replication and expansion

  • Oversee development & communications
    1. Direct research for funding resources
    2. Support the writing and submitting of grant proposals and follow- up on inquiries
    3. Engage in establishing new partnerships to support PCA-NJ and ChildWIN

  • Assist with networking and marketing of PCA-NJ.
    1. Identify and network with individuals and organizations as needed for the development of programs throughout New Jersey.
    2. Attend and present at conferences, give trainings and presentations as appropriate.
    3. Oversee Development staff’s creation of marketing materials and marketing efforts for programs.
    4. Sit on various committees to network and promote PCA-NJ

  • Actively participate on PCA-NJ's Management Team.
    1. Become knowledgeable of all programs at PCA-NJ
    2. Attend and participate in Management Team meetings and other staff and team meetings.

  • Work with the PCA-NJ Board of Director's as appropriate.

  • Fulfill other duties as assigned by Executive Director.




    1. Education and work experience:


    A master's degree (PhD is desirable) in social work or related field with a minimum of five years of progressively more responsible experience.  Experience with children, families and at-risk parenting populations is preferred.  Practical and managerial field experience in program development and implementation.  Solid experience in supervision, collaboration building, proposal writing, grants management, and research/evaluation, and development.


  • Skills and experience:
    1. knowledge of program planning, development, and implementation;
    2. effective supervisory skills;
    3. experience/knowledge of legislative/government systems and processes
    4. experience/knowledge of development & communications
    5. demonstrated experience in grant writing;
    6. experience with interagency collaborations;
    7. skills in running meetings and making public presentations;
    8. ability to build relationships with persons at all levels of human service;
    9. awareness of cultural diversity and its impact on planning and provision of service;
    10. ability to manage multiple projects;
    11. ability to assess program efficacy and supervise program to facilitate overall effectiveness;
    12. excellent team-building skills;
    13. ability to motivate others;
    14. education and experience in conducting evaluations;
    15. computer literacy; and
    16. highly organized and flexible.

  • Candidate must possess strong desire to learn and a commitment to professional development in all of the above areas.

    OTHER CONDITIONS OF THIS POSITION: Travel throughout New Jersey will be necessary.  Hours may need to be flexible to allow for evening and weekend work.

     SUPERVISOR:  Reports to the Executive Director.


    Please submit resume and cover letter explaining your interest in the position, why you are a strong candidate for consideration, and salary expectations to  Be sure to include “Vice President” in the subject line.


    Prevent Child Abuse New Jersey is an Equal Opportunity Employer



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