Academy of Certified Social Workers~(ACSW), Certified Advanced Children, Youth, and Family Social Worker~(C-ACYFSW)
Advocacy / Non-Profit
4 Year Degree
The program supervisor acts as a liaison with available placement and service resources for children and their families/sponsors and ensures that each supervisee is in compliance with agency policies and procedures and established state and federal standards and requirements.
To successfully perform this job, the employee may be expected to perform the following, with or without reasonable accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990:
Coordinate referrals, service planning and documentation for the assigned service
Act as a liaison with program and service resources, including shelters, child protection, state and federal law enforcement, community providers, legal providers, immigration court and the service
Hire, train, supervise and evaluate assigned
Frequently traverse from one location to another.
Meets all deadlines required by program supervisor and state and federal partners.
Meet all federal and state regulatory guidelines and standards that are applicable to this position.
Monitor staff to ensure that assigned cases meet quality assurance measures including accurate assessment of children’s needs, development and implementation of service plans, and ongoing contact with the service population.
Identify trends and training needs and develop trainings with senior leadership
In consultation with the Program Director make decisions affecting the safety and permanency of the child and provide guidance to supervisees.
Monitor staff to ensure they engage each child and the family/sponsor engage in the casework.
Participate in community meetings and building program relationships in community.
Ensure assigned team remains within travel expenditure, efficiency, and safety protocols.
Monitor staff to ensure that children progress toward risk reduction and achieve treatment goals and positive case outcomes.
Monitor staff records, files, form, statistics and information in the children’s records comply with agency, federal and state standards and requirements.
Address performance challenges and ensure assigned personnel meet all deadlines and safety requirements for all cases assigned.
Ensure team work scheduling meets program expectations and protocol.
Provide supportive, accurate, and immediate case guidance for direct reports.
Ensure communication up and down the chain is immediate, including all safety concerns and required reporting.
Collaborate effectively with community providers, ensuring program relationships are continuously developed and services are not duplicated.
Participate in scheduled meetings, in-service training and team decisions.
Work evenings, weekends and holidays as needed or requested by position supervisor.
Maintain BCFS HHS professional and ethical standards of conduct outlined in BCFS employee handbook including demonstrating respect for agency staff, children, and community members and complying with required dress code at all times.
Credentials, Skills and Abilities:
Maintain current licenses and certificates required for the position including but not limited to: ?First Aid ?CPR ?Emergency Behavior Intervention ?Other:
Pass a pre-employment screen and random drug screens throughout employment.
Participate in all required program trainings
Provide proof of work eligibility status upon request.
Pass a pre-employment and biennial criminal background checks.
Demonstrate the ability to:
Respond sensitively and competently to the service population’s cultural and socio-economic characteristics
Communicate effectively in writing and verbally in English. Bilingual ability in Spanish strongly preferred.
Work in a fast paced environment and maintain emotional control and professional composure at all times
Organize and prioritize responsibilities and duties efficiently.
Maintain computer literacy required for the position
Work effectively and without intensive supervision both independently and as a member of a multidisciplinary team
Supportively, positively, and effectively supervise a team to reach top performance capacity and continued professional growth.
Demonstrate a working knowledge of Residential Services policies and procedures.
Education: Required – Bachelor’s Degree from accredited program/institution in one of the following areas: social work, psychology, criminal justice, sociology or related field of study
Preferred - Graduate degree from accredited program/institution in one of the following areas: social work, psychology, criminal justice, sociology or related field of study
Experience: Required – Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years related experience and/or training, including progressive employment experience working with children and/or young adults with complex trauma histories, and supervisory experience,
Master’s Degree and 2 years related experience and/or training, including progressive employment experience working with children and/or young adults with complex trauma histories, and supervisory experience
Preferred – LMSW, LCSW, LPC or related license. Experience working with victims and/or survivors of human trafficking.
BCFS is a global health and human services organization with programs and locations in the U.S. as well as eastern Europe, Latin America, Southeast Asia, and Africa.
BCFS is an innovative and dynamic system of non-profit organizations that is constantly evolving to meet the needs of at-risk populations. BCFS partners with government agencies, corporations, non-profits, and community leaders to... develop programs and service models that combat challenges in health and human services.
Striving to build systems that make a lasting impact on the countries,
states and communities we serve, BCFS leads initiatives focused on:
Emergency management, including medical sheltering, during public health disasters
Residential services and emergency shelters for children who are abused or neglected
Assisted living services and vocational training for adults with intellectual disabilities
Mental health services for children and families
Foster care and adoption services
Medical services to indigent communities
Transitional living services for at-risk youth and those in the juvenile justice system
Residential camping and retreats for children and families
International humanitarian aid for children living in impoverished conditions in developing countries