“Working in an environment that supports our military caregivers and families.”
The Wounded Veteran Family Care Program (WVFCP) seeks to improve the quality of life of individuals and families who provide daily, substantial care for catastrophically wounded, ill, or injured veterans. By providing non-traditional supportive services, we help caregivers balance their desire to care for their injured loved one with their need to care for themselves and the rest of their family.
The Deputy Director for the WVFCP reports to the Executive Director and has both internal and external facing responsibilities, including client service delivery, project management, program development activities, administrative duties, and human resource management. The Deputy Director will partner closely with the Executive Director to chart the Quality of Life Foundation’s Wounded Veteran Family Care Program growth and strategic response to an ever-increasing demand for services.
Client Service Delivery
Coordinate and review all new Wounded Veteran Family Caregiver cases
Provide ongoing oversight and support to FSC’s in all areas as needed
Foster and maintain relationships with various Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense Case Managers to allow advocacy and collaboration
Solicit solutions from local businesses, non-profits and other resources to meet clients’ unmet needs
Prepare monthly bookkeeping documentation
Prepare and process time sheets and payroll
Work with ED to full administrative duties for operations of Agency as needed
Represent Quality of Life Foundation at conferences, professional associations, and other venues
Support fund raising efforts of Agency
Seek partnerships with corporate organizations
Assist, plan, manage, and complete projects of various sizes and complexity, as needed, to ensure effective, timely, fiscally viable, quality programming, outreach, fundraising, and marketing opportunities for Agency as needed.
Core Skill Requirements:
Advanced computer skills
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Software including Access, Excel and Word
Subject matter knowledge related to Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs Wounded Warrior Support Programs
Experience in management of programs and services for veterans and families
General knowledge and capacity in bookkeeping
Ability to execute multiple tasks while responding to multiple priorities
Ability to work with efficiency and flexibility
Ability to build and maintain relationships
Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
For immediate consideration, send your resume today.
About Wounded Veteran Family Care Program - Quality of Life Foundation, Inc.:
We are a small organization that performs tremendous work in support of our military caregiver family's. The ideal candidate must be an empathetic, flexible team player that is willing to take the lead or ask for assistance depending on the situation.