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We are seeking a passionate and experienced individual to join our innovative team as the Future Hope Program Director. In this role, you will be responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of our Future Hope program, which aims to equip young men aging out of foster care with the life skills and support they need to launch successfully into adulthood. As a new position within our organization, this role offers a unique opportunity to play a key role in shaping the program's direction and impact.


The role of the Future Hope Program Director will be to manage the cases of the participants according to the Texas DFPS contract and operate the Future Hope Program to insure success and continued operation. The Future Hope Program Director will:

  • Work successfully with the Executive Director and all other Addy’s Hope Staff

  • Develop and implement procedures and standards for all program needs

  • Maintain records pertaining to all program participants

  • Secure and maintain community partners for program needs

  • Exhibit a professional demeanor when representing the Organization.

  • Keep abreast of current practices, methodologies, and technologies through continuous professional development.

  • Stay informed of legislation change that would affect the program

  • Manage daily program operations, including direct supervision of participants, coordinating schedules, and ensuring all supplies are in the apartments

  • Oversee client admission and assessment processes

  • Engage and motivate participants to meet their goals

  • Ensure timely completion of required documentation in line with agency guidelines

  • Be available for on-call weekends and evenings on an as-needed basis

  • Develop local annual core program strategic plan and budget

  • Maintain client and case confidentiality per federal, state, licensing, agency, and funder requirements.

  • Demonstrate sensitivity to and responsiveness to cultural differences

  • Contribute to the fundraising efforts of the organization


  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with a preference given to degrees in the human services fields

  • At least 3 years of experience in case management

  • Understanding of trauma and its affects

  • Excellent customer service and public relations skills

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Excellent communications skills in writing and public speaking

  • Supervisory and program management experience is desired, particularly experience in a community-based program

  • The ideal candidate will have a clear understanding of the characteristics and issues facing young adults transitioning out of foster care into adulthood

Salary Range & Benefits:

  • $70,804 - $116,064

  • Vision Insurance

  • Dental Insurance

  • Life Insurance

  • Health Insurance is NOT provided at this time

To apply:
Send resume to
(accepting applicants through March 15, 2024)




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