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Director Northeast Alliance Together (''NEAT'')

Mattie Rhodes Center
Job Description
Posted 03/12/19
The Mattie Rhodes Center provides a holistic approach to individual and family well-being through social services, mental health counseling and the arts.  Our staff provides culturally competent programming in the following four areas:

• Family Services (behavioral health, family violence, substance abuse)
• Youth Services (in-school intervention, youth development, supportive living)
  • Community Support (health and wellness, community engagement, community economic development)
• Cultural Arts (arts education, exhibits and collections)
Mattie Rhodes is the only fully bilingual/bicultural state-certified behavioral health care provider in the Greater Kansas City region, and is state-certified in intensive outpatient substance abuse therapy.  Mattie Rhodes is nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) and is celebrating its 125th year of serving the community.
Mattie Rhodes Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Responsibilities:               The primary responsibility of the NEAT Director is for planning, implementing, and evaluating activities associated with NEAT which includes, but not limited to providing general oversight for NEAT activities and associated projects; grant development/submission/management/reporting; and guidance/assistance to established work groups. The Director will work to develop and implement strategies that will lead to long-term involvement of community institutions, organizations and individuals to further advance the revitalization of Historic Northeast Kansas City.  This position is an exempt position and maintains a flexible schedule within reason.
Bachelor’s degree or relevant experience in economic development or related field   such as public administration, policy/planning, or in community services; or bachelor’s degree and 5 years of appropriate experience in managing or coordinating a community-based agency could be substituted for advanced degree.
•Master's degree in Business or equivalent in education or experience preferred
•Proven ability to work independently
•Public relations or marketing skills
•Excellent organizational skills
•Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
•Proven fundraising experience
•Highly proficient with Microsoft Office and general computer skills
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