Nonprofit Job Opportunities

Posted 1/29/2020

The First Tee Program Director Job Description

Position: Program Director

Accountable to: Executive Director

Employment Status: Full-time, Exempt

Salary: Commensurate upon experience

Chapter Overview: The First Tee of Greater Tyler is one Chapter of an international nonprofit youth initiative called The First Tee. The First Tee was created in 1997 by the World Golf Foundation to provide young people of all ethnic and economic backgrounds an opportunity to develop, through golf and character education, life-enhancing values such as honesty, integrity and sportsmanship. By engaging young people in a combination of life skills, leadership and golf activities, they also are exposed to positive traits that will help them achieve success in life. In the process, participants become valuable assets to their community.  The First Tee Life Skills Experience is the unique component that sets The First Tee apart from many other successful junior golf programs and youth development programs through sport.

Mission Statement: To impact the lives of young people by providing learning facilities and educational programs that promote character development and life enhancing values through the game of golf.

Supervises: The Program Director supervises all coaches, program volunteers and site coordinators.

Job Summary:  The Program Director provides leadership to program and curriculum development, planning, promoting and scheduling instruction in accordance with The First Tee Life Skills Experience.  The Program Director also is responsible for the supervision of daily program operations, course access, facility and fiscal management, policy implementation and safety of all programs operated by The First Tee of Greater Tyler.

Roles and Responsibilities:  


  • Must become proficient in the TARGET program and the delivery of PLAYer, Par, Birdie and Eagle levels through The First Tee Coach Program
  • Develop programs and implement The First Tee Life Skills Education as outlined in The First Tee guidelines
  • Coach The First Tee Life Skills Experience and administer The First Tee Certification process
  • Make the game and experience fun for participants
  • Provide a safe environment
  • Conduct “On-Course” orientations for participants

Program Scheduling:

  • Coordinate registration, schedules, transportation and lesson plans for clinics, trainings, and programs with other youth services organizations and schools
  • Make available additional private lessons for participants and family members
  • Create and implement off-season and supplemental programs
  • Satisfy equipment needs for the programs
  • Maintain the quality of equipment and all instructional areas
  • Provide club fitting and repair services
  • Assist in the development/selection of training aids and materials

Management/ Administration:

  • Track participants’ information and progress through The First Tee online participant database (Salesforce); maintain accurate records and submit quarterly
  • Develop retention and progression plan to move participants through the certification levels
  • Develop, implement, and update program policies and procedures
  • Assist in developing and adhering to the Program & Operating budget
  • Report program metrics, operations data, and pertinent program data to the Executive Director and Board
  • Attend meetings and advise Program Committee
  • Provide recognition and awards for participants
  • Encourage Birdie level youth and higher to participate in network benefits and opportunities


  • Develop a volunteer management system to ensure sufficient amount of adult mentors and quality programming; including recruitment, training, recognition, and retention plans
  • Develop written roles and responsibilities for volunteer positions
  • Involve volunteers and golf professionals in the delivery of programs
  • Recruit and train program staff to assist with and lead classes


  • Lead parent orientation programs
  • Communicate with parents/participants through social media web site, email, and mail
  • Provide opportunities to engage parent’s in their child’s learning
  • Provide opportunities for participant family members to learn the game of golf

Community/ Network Outreach:

  • Represent the Chapter to the community and aid in fundraising, marketing, public relations and communication efforts
  • Participate in golf shows and tournaments
  • Assist in the creation of promotional brochures to increase awareness of the programs and facility
  • Communicate with and submit documentation as required to The First Tee Headquarters
  • Network with other Chapter colleagues and exchange best practice ideas
  • Develop partnerships with YMCA, Boys & Girls Clubs and schools
  • Participate in leadership teams for The First Tee National School Program (NSP)
  • Develop transition opportunities for outreach programs including NSP

Program Affiliates:

  • Identify and recruit strategic program affiliate sites/locations within Chapter service area
  • Create and maintain relationships with program affiliate partners
  • Assess, operate and maintain high quality programs and operations at each site
  • Effectively utilize access to golf course and practice areas

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelors Degree in the area of sports administration, business management, education, human development, recreation or related field
  • At least three years experience as a PGA of America or LPGA teaching professional
  • Demonstrate exceptional communication, fiscal management and managerial skills
  • Adhere to the standards of conduct and involvement established by the PGA/LPGA
  • Experience in identifying and managing program staff and volunteers
  • Charismatic, personable, and motivational in working with youth and volunteers
  • Able to travel to attend Academies, Coach Trainings, Regional and Network Meetings

Important Applicant Information:

  • Annual Salary Range of $32,000 – $46,000, depending on experience
  • Up to $5000 annual Medical Reimbursement
  • $100 per month Cell Phone Reimbursement
  • Flexible hours
  • Email Resume to

Posted 12/11/19


Hope Haven of East Texas is looking for a Treatment Director.

Reports To:                 Administrator, Executive Director

Supervises:                 Case Management Staff


*These qualifications present the minimum level of requirements needed in order to perform the job at a satisfactory level. Candidates must have the ability to perform the essential functions of this position to be considered for employment with Hope Haven of East Texas.

  1. Master’s degree or higher with course work in the behavioral sciences or education. Must currently have and be able to maintain licensure as an LPC, LCSW, LMFT or LMSW.
  2. Must have at least one year of experience providing treatment services for children in a residential setting or with a child placing agency. Knowledge of Minimum Standards and Residential Contracting is preferred but not required.
  3. Possess a valid Texas Driver’s License and Texas minimum auto insurance requirements.
  4. Must either be a citizen of the United States or meet other qualifications to work legally within the country.
  5. Ability to work with frequent interruptions and in stressful situations. Must be able to respond to crisis situations with patience and good judgement.
  6. Must present a deep interest in working with youth that come from hard places in life.

Primary Purpose: The treatment director has primary administrative and clinical responsibility for managing all the therapeutic interventions and programs for Hope Haven of East Texas. This position is accountable for providing guidance for the staff regarding the implementation of treatment services to our children.

Wage/Hour Status: Salary


  1. Bares primary responsibility for the management and supervision of the overall treatment program at Hope Haven of East Texas.
  2. Provides close supervision, management and guidance of the case management staff. Provides clinical recommendations pertaining to therapeutic services to the program director and direct care staff as needed.
  3. Maintains positive and cooperating working relationships with residents, administrative staff and multi-disciplinary team members in the conduct of organization business and demonstrates teamwork in daily activities.
  4. Responsible for completion of the 72-hour admission assessment and the Preliminary Service Plan.
  5. Actively participates in the service planning meetings on a weekly basis, along with special staffing as needed.
  6. Reviews, approves and signs each child’s individualized service plan.
  7. Assists in creating and implementing safety plans for children in our care as appropriate. Must sign off on such plans as a professional level service provider.
  8. Attends the psychiatric medication management appointments for the children.
  9. Assists in the development, implementation and maintenance of routine trainings for all Hope Haven staff per the requirements of Minimum Standards.
  10. Assists in developing and leading nurture groups for the children in the home.
  11. Responsible for obtaining and maintaining counseling services for the children in our care.
  12. Must be available to the treatment team to assist in crisis intervention situations and be able to provide guidance pertaining to treatment issues during such times.
  13. Assists in auditing children files regarding treatment as needed for compliance with residential child-care licensing, residential contracts, agency policies and procedures and Youth for Tomorrow (YFT) standards.
  14. Must be able to work on-call for one entire week on a rotating basis with other designated Hope Haven staff.


  1. Communicates with executive director, administrator, program director and other Hope Haven staff, along with other service providers as needed to assess and discuss progress and needs of the children in our care.
  2. Participates in scheduled staff meetings and required trainings.
  3. Provides supervision pertaining to the administration and appropriate documentation of all medications to the children in our care.
  4. Improves knowledge and skills through self-initiated and mandatory professional development trainings.
  5. Successfully meets established annual performance goals.
  6. Performs prompt and timely in completing assignments and attending to details accurately and efficiently.
  7. Has regular attendance and complies with proper notification procedures for absences.
  8. Participates in public relations assignments and meetings as needed.
  9. Performs other assignments and duties as necessary and requested by the administrator and executive director.

EQUIPMENT USED: Computer and copying machine


Mental Demands: Reading, ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written); maintain emotional control under stress.

Physical Demands: Standing, sitting, stooping, bending and lifting items up to 40 lbs. Occasional prolonged, irregular and holiday hours.

The foregoing statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to this job and are not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills that may be required.

Go to our website to apply:

Hope Haven of East Texas is a residential home where we provide for the physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of teenage girls in foster care.

It is the mission of Hope Haven of East Texas, through partnerships with churches, families and the community, to provide a safe home environment, minister the love of Christ, and to equip teenage girls in the foster care system, preparing them for healthy adult living.

Posted 10/1/19




GENERAL DESCRIPTION: We are seeking a part-time (20 hours a week) Executive Director for fundraising, creating awareness of the organization, supervising volunteers and oversight of small organization.  This individual must be able to use social media to promote the organization and to ensure program goals set by the Board of Directors are met.  Primarily week day hours, but speaking opportunities on Sunday mornings or occasional evenings are included.

$25,000 per year.

No phone calls, please.


Mail resume to Search Committee, P.O. Box 1805, Whitehouse, TX 75791.

Posted 8/29/19

JOB TITLE:              Forensic Interviewer and Volunteer Coordinator

CLASSIFICATION:  Non-Exempt/Hourly

RATE:                         $32,000.00 per year

LOCATION:               Jacksonville, Texas

REPORTS TO:           CAC Program Director

SUMMARY:              The Forensic Interviewer works directly with alleged child victims, their non-offending families, Child Protective Investigators, Law Enforcement Officers, and District Attorneys, along with other Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Members.

Essential Functions:

  • Conduct interviews of alleged victims of child abuse and witnesses of violent crime from age two years through seventeen years and possibly mentally challenged adults.
  • Foster an environment that is sensitive to a child’s cognitive, emotional, and psychological development, without leading a child in questioning.
  • Meet with non-offending family members and MDT members during case assessment, participate in MDT case review meetings, and coordinate with team members throughout the multidisciplinary, interagency response.
  • Provide court testimony regarding cases.
  • Assist in maintaining records of services provided.
  • Perform job duties in accordance with professional ethics and organizational policies and procedures.
  • Effectively work with others in a team environment and maintain composure in high stress situations.
  • Demonstrate professionalism and excellent interpersonal skills with clients, co-workers, and MDT members.
  • Participate in regular peer review and supervisory review sessions in which job proficiency is assessed.
  • Stay current on forensic interviewing trends and literature and pursue professional development in the field of child abuse.
  • Adherence to confidentiality policy
  • All other responsibilities and duties as from time to time designated by the Company or added to the scope of responsibility for this position.

Job Requirements and Qualifications:


  • Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in a social service or criminal justice field

Training (licenses and certifications):

  • Must be willing to be trained in the specialized field of forensic interviewing.


  • Experience working with children, preferred.

Knowledge Requirements:

  • Basic computer skills
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Windows XP and 7 Operating Systems, Word, Excel, and Outlook

Intellectual and Physical Requirements:

  • Read, write, and speak English fluently
  • Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) preferred
  • Bending, stooping, reaching and other movement required in dealing with children. Lifting of office materials (up to 20lbs).

Other Information:

  • Position involves some evening and weekend hours.
  • Travel may occasionally be required for educational or business purposes. It is not anticipated that any travel would last more than 2 – 3 days.
  • Employment dependent upon the successful completion of a background check, including criminal and CPS clearances.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to:

Rebecca Cunio, CAC Program Director,