RECRUITMENT NO. : 1912
PROGRAM : Early Intervention and Family Strengthening Services Programs
JOB TITLE : Program Supervisor - Ulupono Family Strengthening Services
ISLAND : Oahu
EMPLOYMENT STATUS : Full Time
COMPENSATION : * To be discussed during interview
CLOSING DATE : Feb 28, 2018
*All resumes with cover letter must be submitted by the specified closing date.
DESCRIPTION : Do you have what it takes to be a Champion? We are seeking an experienced Program Supervisor with a proven track-record of success in the supervision and delivery of voluntary culturally appropriate strengths based child abuse and neglect prevention and intervention services. These services are focused on increasing parents’ ability to establish and maintain safety for their children, meet their children’s needs, problem solve, and access community resources.
What you will be doing:
• Champion, coordinate and ensure appropriate delivery of home based child abuse and neglect prevention services to lower-risk families with children, ages 0 – 17. Monitors the quality of services to all clients and families.
• Provide supervision and leadership to program staff and assumes all responsibilities of a supervisor.
• Ensures that programs are operating in a manner consistent with standards and guidelines established by funders, state law and the policies and procedures of the agency, and tracks the timely and accurate completion of forms and assessments.
• Reviews and approves intakes of families to the team. Provides information to Child Welfare Services/Child Welfare Intake or to the Voluntary Case Manager about the status of referrals.
• Provides direct services to clients, such as those families for whom the Family Support Specialist needs additional support; in conducting parent groups; and during the times when there are Family Support Specialist vacancies, or a staff member is on leave.
• Ensure program is operating in a manner consistent with standards and guidelines established by funders, state law and the policies and procedures of the agency
• Communicate frequently and maintain relationships with community partners, home visitors, other supervisors, funders and families
Required Education / Training:
1. Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field from an accredited institution.
2. A minimum of one (1) year experience in dealing with child abuse and neglect, including domestic violence and substance abuse.
3. A minimum, of one (1) year experience in health and/or human services supervision/management (may be part of one year indicated above).