CityTeam is a Christian non-profit dedicated
to supporting communities by meeting immediate needs and enabling lasting
solutions for those struggling with poverty, homelessness, and addiction. Being
part of CityTeam is not just a career but a calling. Whether we’re working on
the front-lines in Programs or working behind the scenes in Support Services, we
feel privileged to use our education, experience, and gifts to love people and
bring glory to God.
of Men’s Programs oversees the Men’s Residential and Emergency Services Programs for CityTeam San Jose
by bringing the whole gospel to those we serve by disciplining them into a community of faith. The Director of
Men’s Programs is responsible for the strategic operations of our Residential, Emergency Services, Food Service,
and Intern Programs. The Director of Men’s Programs will provide leadership and
coaching to program staff who
run the day-to-day operations. The Program Director will work closely with the
Executive Director of CityTeam San Jose and the Director of Residential
Recovery Programs on strategic initiatives to ensure we are providing
best-in-class programs. Our ideal candidate will be passionate about sharing
the love of Christ, have a heart of service, and values relational wholeness,
speaking truth in love and holding each other accountable.
The Director of Men’s Programs is a full-time exempt
position. Beyond salary, CityTeam offers a great benefit package, including but
not limited to Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid
Holidays, Paid Sick Leave, and Retirement Benefits. All of this is wrapped up
in a Christian environment that values Teamwork, Accountability, Humility,
Innovation, and Joy.
1. Develop and supervise programming and
processes for recruitment, intake, eligibility, and treatment for the Men's Residential,
Shelter, Turning Point, Intern, and Food Service Programs.
2. Develop, implement, and maintain
program policies and procedures for care, treatment, and services; develop
appropriate integrative protocols, quality metrics, tracking, and auditing
3. Ensure implementation and effective
functioning of CityTeam’s “The Way Out” Program, including the Big Book,
discipleship tracks, 12-steps, life skills, relapse prevention, and
educational, vocational, and recreational programs.
4. Responsible for leading regular meetings with
Case Managers, interns, and volunteers to assist in developing action plans and
case management strategies for the Residential, Shelter, Turning Point, Intern,
and Food Services Programs.
5. Create and foster an environment that
is conducive to building trust and unity as well as high motivation and achievement
and conduct regular staff meetings and
personally disseminate information regarding organizational change, budget,
ministry philosophy, and training opportunities
6. Ensure all programs are compliant
with all legal requirements by staying on top of appropriate laws and
7. Work in collaboration with the Director of
Residential Recovery Programs to establish and manage budget.
8. Responsible for the management of department
personnel including selection, program orientation, training, mentoring, timely
evaluations, and discipline; review schedules for effective clinical
coordination; assign and provide guidance for all case managers and volunteers;
oversee scheduling for residents and community interventions; and ensure
accuracy of resident coordination.
9. Utilize effective discipleship strategies to
encourage spiritual growth for staff, volunteers, interns, and residents and
10. Oversee the Internship Program for
the Men’s Program in San Jose; work in conjunction with the corporate Intern
Program Supervisor to create and structure placements that benefit the interns,
providing appropriate skills and training's; ensure requirements are met, and
notify the Intern Program Supervisor of concerns or necessary terminations in a
11. Oversee the Food Services Program,
including maintaining a safe, orderly, and efficient environment in all food
service areas; ensure adequate staffing, food, and training.
12. Work with Support Services to ensure
paperwork is completed in a timely manner.
13. Maintain accurate and up to date
record keeping and provide reports as necessary.
14. Manage multiple
projects, prioritize tasks and intelligently delegate.
15. Support CityTeam’s
fundraising strategy and events.
Represent CityTeam at various city, county, and agency meetings
and networking events to build mutually beneficial relationships.
Advocate for CityTeam with those in your circles of influence.
18. Other duties and
special projects as assigned by the Director of Residential Recovery Programs.
PLEASE NOTE: To perform this
job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each of the essential
duties satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Required Education and
Degree in Social Services, Counseling, or
relevant professional experience
5-year experience working with, mentoring, our counseling
in the field of addiction and or homelessness
Minimum 4-years of leadership experience
supervising and managing staff
Knowledge of chemical addiction, recovery, and relapse prevention
● Computer literate and proficiency with
● Professional written and spoken
and comfortable speaking to large groups of people
to healing and restoration
Preferred Education and
CCAPP or other specialized certifications
with CityTeam, addiction, and homelessness
● Experience leading interactive process group
● Experience writing court reports and or
● Experience working in a non-profit
● Valid CA driver’s license with a clean record
● Stand or sit for prolonged amounts of
● Walk, bend, twist, climb, balance,
stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl
● Regularly walk up and down stairs
● Talk and hear
● Occasionally lift and move up to 20
● Specific vision abilities required by
this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral
vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus
● Finger and hand dexterity to feel,
handle, and operate objects, tools or controls, and to reach with hands and
This job frequently operates in an emergency shelter environment
This position will occasionally interact with residents and
volunteers in a professional kitchen and be exposed to typical items such as a
stove, knives, chemicals, slippery floors or surfaces, etc.
This role occasionally uses standard office equipment such as
computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines
This role will occasionally need to maneuver in tight quarters among donations, rolling racks, shelving, storage containers, stacked boxes,
and a conveyor belt
Days and hours will vary, depending on ministry needs
Need to be available to handle emergencies outside of the regular
Qualifications for CityTeam Ministries
Must have an intimate, personal relationship with Jesus Christ
Must be active in a local Christian body of believers or at least
pursuing community with other Christ-followers
Must have compatible theology on major issues of CityTeam's
Statement of Faith
● Must be committed to serving God and the body of Christ