Provide leadership and supervision to a team of supervisors and direct care workers/support staff to assure program quality and financial viability. Acts as a member of the agency’s Administrative Leadership Team, contributing to the development, dissemination and advancement of organizational policies, procedures and strategic plan. Responsible for the coordination of human resource activities within program teams including, hiring, performance improvement plans and corrective action plans. Twenty-four hour availability to staff and to accept referrals and assist with client emergencies in the supervisor’s absence.
Provide intensive home-based family intervention, life skills education, and supportive services in order to preserve families, reduce the need for out of home placement, expedite the return of children to their families, and prevent the recurrence of abuse and neglect. Carry a caseload of two (2) families. Responsible for: regular visits with the family in their home or community for a period of 28 days, and not more than 42 days; performing required assessments; writing and submitting service plans, safety plans and progress reports; providing concrete assistance and referrals based on the individual needs of each family. Work a flexible schedule (including non-traditional hours) based on families’ needs.
Provide clinical supervision and professional leadership to a team so the functioning of the unit can be accomplished. Supervisor activities include: Organize workflow and priorities; Assign work among employees; Maintain quality/quantity standards regarding program performance and outcomes; Interpret operating policies and procedures; Participate in hiring process; Train employees; Evaluate employee performance; Twenty-four hour (24) availability to accept referrals or assist with staff and client emergencies.