Community Assistance Center Director
Note: RSS Zim Benefactors will be referred to as Managing Director in this document.
To act as the Liaison contact between the CAC programs and the Local Community leaders and Local Government Authorities.
To represent the Managing Director in things pertaining to the Community.
To Register business owners and their employees into the RSS Program with the use of Employment Contracts.
To Establish and maintain a large CAC office with a board room and appropriate staff.
Maintain a presence in the community so residents and businesses can come to the office for support and problem resolution.
Follow the Managing Director's policies and guidelines with regular communication and accounting reports.
Research and identify the needs of the assigned Geographical community, by interacting with community leaders and then reviewing with the CAC Manager.
Train and develop Assistant Directors under their supervision in all the services and resources that are available in the CAC program.
Establish a relationship with a government liaison to identify and support community services for assistant directors to implement.
Have direct and repeated interaction with select members of the community in fostering and building long-term relationships to include citizens, governments, and institutions.
Determine any needs for new Assistant Directors and recruit people to fill those positions.
To hold weekly meetings with Assistant Directors to help manage and coordinate their activities.
To create an ongoing budget for administrative requirements and upcoming expenditures for the community. This should be in coordination with the Managing Director.
Participate in Performance Reviews and Planning meetings with Managing Director.
To be a Liaison for Managing Director’s RSS activities in the community to include counseling with groups and organizations to set up the RSS programs for their people.
To be a liaison for Managing Director’s NRELS Brokers and agents to assist in the remodeling of homes. This will include offering permanent Employment contracts to local builders and craftsmen. This includes vendors to supply appliances, carpet, paint, etc. for home improvement work.
Possible Jobs for Assistant Directors
Hire and train assistant directors to implement the solutions to the needs of each community to include:
· Small business employment contracts.
· Senior Facilities
· Children- daycare, after school clubs, food, and clothing needs
· Homeless assistance
· Animals shelter/adoptions
· Recreation structures and sports fields
· Infrastructure - roads, sewers, water, bridges, etc.
· Nature and Landscape
· Condo Conversions
· Construction assistance - land, loans, purchase of completed homes, etc.
This list is simply an example as you will identify your specific community needs. It is the Managing Director’s decision to have a director-level as a liaison for NRELS and the RSS programs.