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  • Organization Strategic Planner (57048)

    Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(10/18/2018 11:02 AM)
    ID
    2018-3106
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Administrative/Clerical
    Length of Assignment
    Thru 8/30/19 (Potential Extension)
    Working Hours
    9:00AM - 5:00PM
    Pay Rate
    DOE
    Area of City
    46205
  • Overview

    Interviewing and communicating with a variety of individuals with and without disabilities. Development of written materials, surveys, interview questions, reports. Comprehensive review of reports, data, and analysis as the information pertains to the work of IDR. Planning logistics and facilitating strategic planning meetings. Ability to maintain confidentiality of private interviews. 

    Responsibilities

    • Will work as a partner with IPAS and IDR and serve as the expert in process design.
    • Facilitate meetings and create a safe environment for strategic conversations.
    • Understand the context within which the organization functions.
    • Ensure all key stakeholders are involved in the planning process.
    • Plan and lead retreat and focus groups.
    • Synthesize and analyze information for easy understanding.
    • Carefully and accurately reflect back thoughts and ideas of board and staff.

    The key deliverables are to include:

    • A definitive strategic plan to achieve identified goals based on the knowledge of the environment and context of the work;
    • A written list of actions to carry out the plan, and;
    • A method for monitoring the results achieved through the plan.

    The strategic planning process to achieve the key deliverables will include:

    • A full day retreat for thirteen (13) members of the IPAS Commission and up to ten (10) members of the Mental Illness Advisory Council (MIAC).
      • OSP will work with fiscal and operation teams to schedule all logistics relative to the retreat.
      • OSP will plan the agenda and facilitate the entirety of the retreat for the purposes of supporting the strategic plan document.
    • Focus group meeting(s) to include key stakeholders as identified by IPAS and IDR. The anticipated number of stakeholders should be estimated at up to 30 individuals from relevant organizations.
      • OSP will work with fiscal and operation teams to schedule all logistics relative to the retreat.
      • OSP will plan the agenda and facilitate the entirety of the retreat for the purposes of supporting the strategic plan document.
    • IDR staff interviews and/or team meetings. IDR currently has the following levels of staff: five (5) executives; four (4) managers; fourteen (14) program staff and; three (3) support staff. Program staff and managers work in subject matter teams. Subject matter includes: employment, education, abuse/neglect, justice, community integration, outreach, and information/referral/intake. Cross-team work is quite common as well.

    Additional requests:

    • OSP to attend the 2019 August IPAS Commission public meeting to present the final strategic plan for a formal vote by the Commission.

    Qualifications

    • Experience leading and/or participating in strategic planning activities.
    • strategic thinker with the ability to vision and communicate the “big picture.”
    • Prior experience working with and/or interviewing people with various disabilities is preferred.
    • Event and/or meeting planning experience preferred.
    • Must be willing to commit to completing the project from start to finish.
    • Must provide writing samples and strategic planning documents personally developed (if applicable).
    • Must be willing to travel - Any travel will be local with a maximum of 3 trips around the state (i.e., to hold a Focus Group in Ft. Wayne)

       

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