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Organisational Structure

Deliver short Prevention Projects in Primary Schools and Academy’s

Organisational Structure

The EYES organisational structure has three elements: strategic, operational, and tactical. The strategic level comprises the board of trustees and executive team members who engage in program governance, the acquisition of resources, and strategic visioning. The operational level includes project managers who supervise the various EYES projects through strategic planning, financial management, resource management, risk management, and daily monitoring. The tactical level comprises case managers responsible for the implementation, operation, and reporting of program activities.

Board of Trustees (Strategic Level)

The board of trustees comprises a diverse group of individuals who bring a variety of knowledge, skills, and experience to the governance of EYES. The board of trustees utilises the Policy Governance approach to govern the EYES organisation. The Governance follows ten principles of board governance that focuses the Trustees on creating a group of high-level ends for the organisation to fulfil, which inform a strategic vision for the organisation. The board then develops a set of legal and ethical parameters which the Management team must operate within. The board meets quarterly to monitor the Management Team’s performance to determine if the organisation’s ends are being met and if the Management Team is operating within the parameters that have been set by the Trustees. This monitoring includes assessment of operations, financial, risk, and strategic plan reports.

Program Management (Operational Level)

The day-to-day operations of EYES are managed by the Management Team. The team ensures the goals of the strategic plan are being met through their management of the leadership of project managers and through periodic goal-based, process-based, and outcome-based evaluations. Goal-based evaluations are conducted at the end of program benchmarks to ensure that projects have accomplished what they have been designed to accomplish. Process-based evaluations are conducted to determine the efficiency of the operations and to ensure program resources are being maximized. Outcome-based evaluations are conducted to determine the impact of a project on the community.

Program Delivery (Tactical Level)

EYES case managers are responsible for program implementation, operation, and reporting. Case managers are recruited and hired based on their knowledge, skills, experience, and innovation. Once hired, team members complete EYES-specific training that prepares them for engaging service users with specific challenges in specific communities.

Strategic Level

Board of trustees creates strategic visions and monitors executive director

Operational Level

Executive Director and Project Managers create strategic plan, manage resources and conduct oversight.

Tatical Level

Program staff engage in project implementation operation and reporting

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