Assistant Director, Program Evaluation & Planning, Youth and Family Well-Being

July 5th, 2022
Assistant Director, Program Evaluation & Planning, Youth and Family Well-Being

Assistant Director, Program Evaluation & Planning, Youth and Family Well-Being

  • Full Time
  • Mid-Level
Job Category: Administrative, Programs/Services
Location: Manhattan
Job Sectors: Community Improvement, Education, Health, Human Services

Title:                ASSISTANT DIRECTOR (Youth & Family Well-Being), Program Evaluation & Planning Department

Salary:              $97,980-$108,867

Reports to:      Vice President, Program Evaluation & Planning

Location:         305 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10001

Hours:              35 Hours/Week; Exempt

JOB SUMMARY:  The Program Evaluation and Planning (PEP) Department partners with programs to promote the use of data to intentionally learn, improve and innovate, in order to provide the most effective and impactful services to the participants we serve. The PEP Asssistant Director (Youth and Family Well-Being) leads a team of program evaluation and planning staff that work with youth and family well-being programs (eg., Foster Care, Prevention, Youth Justice, Residential, Supportive Housing and Domestic Violence programs).

Program Evaluation & Planning Practices

·       Oversee the ongoing development and implementation of a continuous quality improvement process for all relevant programs

·       Coordinate the ongoing development of innovative approaches to engage participants and communities in program planning and evaluation

·       Provide guidance to program analysts in advanced data analysis and outcomes evaluations, including data management options, qualitative and quantitative data analysis and data visualization methods

·       Promote the use innovative methods of meeting design and participatory activities

·       Lead efforts to use data for advocacy purposes

·       Contribute knowledge of emerging trends from evaluation and program-related fields to help advance and innovate work being done in PEP and within programs

Oversee the use and advancement of databases and information systems

·       Support data integrity and quality

·       Guide and support program analysts in preparing to transition a program into Salesforce, roll-out the system to new users, update the system as needed and create reports

·       Partner with program analyst and IT to continuously identify ways to improve the use of Salesforce


·       Oversee the standardization of consistent tracking of agency-wide outcomes and data elements


Provide supervision within an anti-racist and trauma-informed framework

·       Intentionally coach supervisees to develop and advance professional development goals

·       Partner with other PEP supervisors and VP to ensure alignment and continual improvement of supervisory practices

Promote cross-team collaboration, learning & skill-building

·       Collaborate closely with other PEP supervisors and VP to align practices, systematically communicate and maintain an awareness of PEP’s overall work

·       Promote specific practices of cross-team and cross-role sharing to adopt strong practices, innovate and enable continuous learning

·       Co-facilitate and/or lead departmental meetings, workgroups, workshops, etc.

Partner with other PEP Assistant Director and VP to perform cross-agency data analyses and impact evaluation

·       Coordinate data collection/analysis to aggregate total number of participants served across all programs

·       Identification of annual goals and progress towards them

Lead programs through a continuous quality improvement process

·       Develop user-friendly reports to engage program staff

·       Guide programs in learning from data to strengthen practice via hosting participatory, action-oriented conversations around data at meetings with program staff

·       Partner with program in implementing and measuring data-informed improvements

Partner with other Support departments, such as Grants, Compliance & Risk Management, Medicaid Strategy & Compliance to align quality improvement, impact and compliance efforts



·       Bachelor’s Degree required

·       Supervisory experience required

·       Experience in program evaluation/continuous quality improvement in a non-profit setting

·       High level of competency in quantitative and qualitative evaluation approaches

·       Significant experience using Excel or statistical packages (eg, SPSS or R) to manipulate and analyze large sets of data

·       Strong skills in data visualization and presentation

·       Experience using internal or external databases to track data and outcomes, eg Salesforce, Evolv, Connections- Experience producing and sharing data reports

·       Understanding of and commitment to anti-racist evaluation practices and approaches

·       Knowledge of child welfare, housing, and domestic violence systems, practices, outcomes and standards

·       Experience working in the direct practice field of youth and family development preferred

o   Commitment to providing impactful services to participants

o   Enthusiasm for collaboration and frequent teamwork; strong interpersonal skills, friendly and responsive

o   Strong written, verbal, and visual communication skills

o   Strong task management and prioritization skills

o   Love of data and passion for learning

o   Creativity and bold leadership

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