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Organizational Chart, Positions, & Roles/Responsibilities

Centre’s Human Resource Generalist or designee maintains a current, diagramed organizational chart with narrative descriptions by position. The organizational chart outlines the structure of authority, responsibility, and accountability of the facilities, programs, & company. The intent of the organizational chart is to illustrate the “Chain of Command” between the Board of Directors, Executive Director, and all other administrators, directors, managers, supervisors, specialists, & assistants.

Centre’s Organizational Chart is reviewed at least annually and updated as needed to reflect the agencies personnel including “chain of command”. The Executive Director or designee is responsible for completing this review and/or update. Current employment/positions include:

Board of Directors- Are responsible for the management of the business and property of Centre Inc. The Board of Director’s hires the Executive Director.

President of the Board of Directors- Is responsible for being the principle executive officer of the corporation and for seeing that the affairs of the corporation are carried out in accordance with the provisions of the By-Laws.

Executive Director- Is responsible for the oversight of all business and program operations for the agency. The Executive Director is the Chief Financial Officer and Authorized Negotiator for Centre, Inc. and is responsible for fiscal policy, management, and control. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors.  This position hires, trains, and supervises the Director of Operations and Administrative Coordinator. The Executive Director may delegate management of fiscal operations to the Director of Operations and/or Administrative Coordinator.

Director of Operations- Is responsible for the oversight of ACA accreditation (serves as the agency’s ACA Accreditation Manager) and operations of all programs for Centre, Inc. This position serves as the agency’s Prison Rape Elimination (PREA) Coordinator, ensuring adherence to all PREA standards governing community corrections. This position is responsible for updating agency protocol to reflect current PREA Standards as implemented. This position is supervised by the Executive Director.  This position hires, trains, and supervises the Director of Programs, Program Directors, Program Managers of programs with no Program Director, and Maintenance Specialist-Fargo. This position is considered Key Personnel as defined by the Statement of Work.

Director of Programs– Is responsible for assisting with the oversight of ACA accreditation, serving as the agency training director, assisting with Quality Control Program Reviews; conducting oversight of the clinical programs agency wide; and provides oversight of gathering and reporting on agency Program Outcome Measures.  This position is supervised by the Director of Operations.

Administrative Coordinator– Is responsible for the oversight of the business management components (financial) for Centre, Inc. This position is supervised by the Executive Director. This position hires, trains, and supervises the Human Resource Generalist, Specialist and Administrative Assistant.

Human Resource Generalist- This position completes a broad range of Human Resource activities in the employment, recruiting, payroll, benefits, compensation and employee relations function areas. This position is supervised by the Administrative Coordinator.

Human Resources Specialist- Is responsible for completing a variety of human resource and administration duties for the entire agency. This position works in conjunction with the Human Resource Generalist. This position is supervised by the Administrative Coordinator.

Administrative Assistant- Assists the Administrative Coordinator & Human Resource Generalist in completing administrative duties for the entire agency. This position is supervised by the Administrative Coordinator.

Program Director- Is responsible for the oversight of an entire program/operation. This position is responsible for program admissions as well as program development. This position serves as the assigned location’s Prison Rape Elimination (PREA) Compliance Officer ensuring that the facility and programs adheres to all PREA standards governing community corrections. This position is supervised by the Director of Operations. This position supervises the Program Managers, Licensed Addiction Counselors, LPN’s, Program Supervisors, & Case Managers where there is no Clinical Program Manager. In programs that work with Bureau of Prison’s Offenders, this position is considered Key Personnel as defined by the Statement of Work.

Program Manager (clinical)- Is responsible for oversight of the clinical/counseling and case management program/services at any one location which includes the development and supervision of counseling related programs and employees.  This position hires, trains, and supervises the Case Managers & Employment Specialist. This position is supervised by the Program Director

Program Manager-Residential- Is responsible for development and supervision of both residential and/or out-client/non-residential programs. This position is also responsible for daily upkeep of the facility/physical plant, and grounds.  This position hires, trains, and supervises applicable staff, which may include; Assistant Program Manager, Residential Specialists (I and II), Maintenance Specialist, & Dietary Managers.  This position is supervised by either the Program Director or the Director of Operations.

Assistant Program Manager- Is responsible for assisting with the development of programs. This position is responsible for ensuring upkeep of the facility/physical plant and grounds. This position is supervised by the Program Manager.

Licensed Addiction Counselor- Is responsible for the facilitation and providing of alcohol and other drug related services and programs. These positions provide both individual and group counseling services. These positions are supervised by the Program Director.

Case Manager 2- Is responsible for providing direct case management and counseling services to residents/clients which includes assessment, program planning and follow-up. This position requires licensure in a counseling/social work related field.  These positions conduct both group and individual counseling and case management sessions. This position is supervised by either the Program Director or Program Manager Clinical. In programs that work with Bureau of Prisons Offenders, this position is considered Key Personnel as defined by the Statement of Work.

Case Manager 1– This position is responsible for providing case management services including assessment, program planning and follow-up to residents/clients. This position facilitates non-clinical group sessions and provides individual case management services. This position is supervised by either the Program Director or Program Manager-Clinical.

Employment Specialist- Is responsible for establishing and maintaining working relationships with clients for employment resources as well as enhancing client employment skills. This position is supervised by the Program Director or Program Manager Clinical.

Dietary Manager– Is responsible for the management of the food service department and the delivery of food services.  This position is responsible for food supplies, preparation, and nutrition. A licensed dietician reviews all menus.  This position hires, trains, and supervises the Food Service Assistants.  This position is supervised by either the Program Director or Program Manager Residential.

Food Service Assistant– Is responsible for delivery of food services.  This position is responsible for food preparation, serving, sanitation, and nutrition.  This position is supervised by the Dietary Manager.

Program Supervisor– Is responsible for development and delivery of services for either the Community Service or Misdemeanor Probation Programs. Provides direct client services. This position is supervised by the Program Director.

Licensed Practical Nurse– Is responsible for providing nursing services to the residential clients. Is responsible for providing medication certification to staff as well as oversight of medication administration. This position is supervised by the Program Director.

Maintenance Specialist- Is responsible for conducting oversight of all maintenance operations at designated facilities. This person is also responsible for repairing and replacing furniture, fixtures, equipment, buildings and grounds. This position is responsible for taking care of agency vehicles.  This position is supervised by the Director of Operations for Fargo and Program Manager for Mandan.

Residential Specialist II– Is responsible for being the lead staff person on each shift, ensuring that all shift duties are completed. Provide direct resident and out-client services. This position is supervised by the Program Manager-Residential.

Residential Specialist I– Is responsible for providing direct residential and out-client services. Carry out duties associated with direct care, security, supervision, and accountability of clients. This position is supervised by the Program Manager-Residential.

House Keeper- This position is responsible for cleaning of assigned areas of a facility. This person is supervised by the Program Manager.