Vice President of Programs

Incarnation House
July 13, 2022
4061 N Central Expressway, Dallas, Texas
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Incarnation House (IH) is a nonprofit afterschool program and youth center that exists to fill the gaps and provide for the needs of students at North Dallas High School. With over 90% of students enrolled at the school living under the poverty line, and a majority considered homeless or housing insecure, IH seeks to engage these students in a program that prepares them for life success. Through dinners, creative learning, tutoring, career guidance, and more, IH works with high school students to transform their future and open up their eyes to the possibilities ahead of them.


The Vice President of Programs (VP of Programs) is responsible for designing, implementing, oversight, development, administration and management of all afterschool, summer, and wraparound programs, services, and resources to support North Dallas High School (NDHS) teens, especially those experiencing homelessness and food insecurity. IH focuses on 4 areas: Education, Health and Wellness, Vocational Support, and Enrichment Activities. The VP of Programs ensures that IH programs systematically and intentionally achieve the goals of the agency and that those programs operate and develop toward achieving the agency’s vision.  The VP of Programs ensures that programs meet funding requirements as determined through agreements with public and private sources as well as comply with applicable laws, regulations, and standards set by funding agencies.



Program Design

  1. Coordinate with the North Dallas High School (NDHS) Outreach Coordinator to recruit participants from among students attending NDHS
  2. Work with the IH Program Committee to identify and secure meaningful and enriching afterschool and summer experiences for teens
  3. Serves as the community liaison and relationship support for Dallas ISD, North Dallas High School, and Church of the Incarnation, and service providers in Dallas County, representing the organization in collaborative efforts

Note: Volunteers and partners are prohibited from conducting or engaging in religious or political activities pursuant to IH’s Participation Agreement with Dallas ISD

Volunteer Management

  1. Ensure that volunteers have completed application process including criminal records check and Dallas ISD volunteer orientation and are approved to volunteer
  2. Provide training prior to service
    1. Identifying and reporting abuse, including sexual abuse
    2. Diversity, equity, inclusion, and cultural awareness
    3. IH processes and policies
  3. Supervise volunteers on assignments and review project; immediately notify Partner’s Key Contact staff if problem arises
  4. Follow checklist for partners and document all donations
  5. Monitor volunteer activities at volunteer site to ensure a quality match

Relationship Support for Dallas ISD and NDHS

  1. Assist the CEO to develop elements of the relationship with school and district departments
  2. Develop materials and curriculum for review by district staff
  3. Maintain a channel of communication with School or Department Coordinator, especially as relates to any potential media or publications coverage

Program Evaluation

  1. Collect student attendance, report cards, and demographic data
  2. Participate in annual evaluation of program effectiveness
  3. Monitor and report active compliance with provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the American Disabilities Act of 1991.
  4. Assist CEO to assess whether data to be collected requires a written proposal submitted and approved by Dallas ISD Research Review Board (RRB)

Financial Management

  1. Annually, in collaboration with agency CEO, develops the budget for programs and services, consistent with funding agreements and requirements, while meeting program needs and achieving organizational goals.
  2. Monitors monthly income and expenses to ensure adherence to budget projections, providing explanation for variances.
  3. Ensures all spending within programs is compliant with budget, funding requirements and agency procedures.
  4. Trains and educates direct reports in understanding budgeting and budget management practices, and compliance with requirements.
  5. Works collaboratively with accounting department to ensure invoicing, billing and program service fee collection is consistent with proposal submission and contract requirements.
  6. Identifies new or expanding funding opportunities in line with agency strategic plan and annual operating or programmatic work plans, and works with CEO and/or grant writer to pursue, including researching, writing, editing, developing partnerships, processing agreements and ensuring dissemination of compliance information.


  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Nonprofit Management, or equivalent
  2. 3 to 5 years successful program managerial experience required at a social impact organization, preferably with increasing supervision levels
  3. Experience working with youth experiencing homelessness and/or food insecurity, etc.
  4. Must have demonstrated successful program outcomes
  5. Knowledge and experience with budgeting, grant compliance, management supervision, budgeting and planning required
  6. Deep commitment to equity in all processes and practices
  7. Excellent communication and presentation skills
  8. Sense of humor, integrity, and impeccable work ethic
  9. Work independently with minimum supervision and maximum accountability
  10. Travel independently and timely for work purposes
  11. Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills, including the ability to articulate effectively the IH mission, vision and message
  12. Demonstrate strong, creative, strategic and analytical thinking skills
  13. Lift a minimum of 15 pounds, bend, stoop and reach as generally needed for typical office work or food/donation pick up

 Knowledge of Windows operating system and Office products, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Teams, and Outlook and to use them.  Ability to learn and use any other software programs needed in the operations of programs.


Primarily office conditions, however local travel is required.  Some work in storage areas.  Must be able to work until 8 pm, Monday through Thursday during the school year. General working hours during the summer are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Some early morning and weekend work may be required. Flexible scheduling may be required. Flexibility in hours will be determined in consultation with supervisor.


A competitive compensation package will be offered to the finalist candidate. This position includes a full benefits package.

Application Instructions


Interested candidates should submit a resume and thoughtful cover letter outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position and what your salary expectation is to

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