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50561671/14/20191/14/20192/28/2019Workforce Development TrainerTraining Futures (TF) is a nationally recognized, innovative workforce development program of Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS). In operation since 1996, the goal of Training Futures is to increase economic opportunity through employment by teaching marketable job skills and offering post-secondary educational credentials to economically disadvantaged unemployed or underemployed, high-potential adults in a simulated office environment. TF serves 60 individuals a year through two, six-month cohorts at the Tysons Corner training site. TF’s high-expectations, high-support training model empowers trainees to consistently complete the training, obtain professional employment, and increase wages on a level that gives families a permanent pathway out of poverty. The Workforce Development Trainer will develop and deliver an integrated training curriculum, focusing on the use of Microsoft Office applications in the workplace, to the Training Futures trainees and will be responsible for hands-on instruction (including online and email communications) as well as individual support and encouragement of trainees to ensure employment success. The goal of the Microsoft Office Suite training is to ensure that trainees graduate the program with a strong foundational understanding of MS suite and that at least 65% of trainees earn a Microsoft Office Specialist certification. All staff members at TF are responsible for upholding the high-expectations, high-support program model which requires patience, understanding, compassion and discipline. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. Essential Job Duties: Training: Effectively present, facilitate and deliver competency-based training course in Microsoft Office Suite applications. Formulate lesson plans, training aids, and innovate instructional methods to support growth and development of the trainees. Achieve and demonstrate a level of mastery of assigned curriculum by creating optimal learning experience for adult, English language learners. Support classroom activities that promote imaginative learning. Prepare trainees for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification and administer certification test. Monitor the use of MOS practice tests, exam software, and test environment. Work with vendor to maintain active testing license and practice test access codes. Trainee Supervision: Develop supportive professional working relationship with trainees and provide encouragement and support to ensure progress towards goals and job attainment, including direct supervision of 8-12 trainees. Track and support trainee progress and participation, ensuring trainees are able to demonstrate necessary skills and competencies to be successful in preparation for internship and/or regular employment and job search. Program Support: Serve as active team member in execution of dynamic program components such areas as volunteer coordination, special events, one-on-one coaching of clients, job search, etc. Ensure that service delivery is performed according to and within the NVFS mission, policy, and procedural direction. Participate in regular supervision with supervisor by providing regular updates and preparing trainee/classroom progress reports. Maintain current level of knowledge of curriculum content, program software, and other information on job development programs and initiatives. Qualification and Additional Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in a related field as per site curriculum. Microsoft Office Specialist certification in Word 2013 and Excel 2013. At least two (2) years of related work experience in workforce development and/or adult education. At least one (1) year of work experience teaching a Microsoft Office Specialist certification exam prep class to adult learners. Ability to teach to and engage many skill levels and learning styles within one classroom. Successful completion of background checks required upon hire. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please click on our link to browse our current openings and apply for any that interest you. You will receive an email confirmation of your application. The Hiring Manager will contact you directly to schedule an interview if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview. If you do not see a position that is right for you at this time, we hope you will revisit us to learn about future opportunities. https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=887a1340-45b9-4ae3-ae7b-3a3a75a22c73McLean and Manassas, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=887a1340-45b9-4ae3-ae7b-3a3a75a22c735056167
50598231/11/20191/11/20193/15/2019Social WorkerCasey Family Programs, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is the nation’s largest operating foundation focused on safely reducing the need for foster care and building Communities of Hope for children and families across America. Founded in 1966, we work in 50 states, the District of Columbia and two territories and with more than a dozen tribal nations to influence long-lasting improvements to the safety and success of children, families and the communities where they live. We value diversity and respect for individuals in the workplace. Job Summary: The Social Worker is primarily responsible for the coordination and delivery of services to youth, young adults and families who are in the child welfare system, have been involved with the child welfare system or are at risk of entering the child welfare system. The service interventions designed by the Social Worker result in safety and improved outcomes in permanency and well being which impact reduction of entry into foster care, reduction of length of stay in foster care and increased exits foster care. In collaboration with field office staff, this position assists in assuring that the CFS workforce is focused on achieving organizational goals through their direct practice and consultation roles. The Social Worker provides clinical case management and works closely with public child welfare system staff, supervisors and court personnel to identify and mitigate barriers to timely permanency. The Social Worker is on call 24 hours per day, subject to each field office’s mode of ensuring coverage. Essential Responsibilities: Provides case management services for youth, young adults and families on assigned caseload, in accordance Casey practice standards, local regulatory requirements and accreditation standards. This includes clinical assessment of individual and family safety/functioning/needs; assessing and identifying pathways and barriers to legal and relational permanency; arranging for supportive/ameliorative services that address permanency and well being needs; and working effectively with the local child welfare jurisdiction to achieve the identified outcomes. Makes assessment of need for relevant services and coordinates with vendors the securing of services and as appropriate provides initial review and approval of invoices and reports against allocated budgets. Complies with all documentation requirements for internal and external audits of case records and documents work to inform best practice in expediting permanency in foster care. 35% Responsible for guiding the process towards permanency and improved well being by engaging all stakeholders in the development and implementation of case goals and service strategies to meet those goals. This is achieved through development of effective, intensive relationships with clients, collaterals, public system workers and supervisors, members of the judiciary and community service providers that are goal directed and informed by the mutually developed case goals and includes arrangement and facilitation of regular extended team meetings. Implementation of service strategies requires application of clinical knowledge related to mental health, Family Group Decision Making, family finding and birth family engagement as well as specialized knowledge in promotion of positive outcomes in permanency, education, employment and an ability to maximize community supports and resources. Permanency focused work includes engagement of birth parents for reunification, relative and non-related caregivers for adoption/guardianship and identification of needed post permanency support to ensure stability and longevity of legal and relational permanence. In collaboration with Family Engagement Liaison, coordinates, determines appropriate plan and implements the selected Family Group Conferencing (FGC) plans. Adds to FGC capacity in Field Office by conducting FGCs as part of overall work assignment. 30% Collaborates with field office leadership and staff to coordinate teaming activities to expedite improved outcomes for all clients served and to support a continuous learning environment. This includes participation in clinical staffing processes as both recipient and contributor to case review, partnering with field office staff to ensure that clients are effectively served through the life of the case and actively engaging in ongoing learning activities. Participates in staff meetings to assess referrals/resource families, analyze data to inform practice/program improvements and identify process improvement to ensure field office goals are met. 20% May consult, teach, facilitate groups, and otherwise assist in the advancement of learning of targeted youth, professionals, and families. Provides expertise to external partners through Systems Improvement efforts such as Permanency Roundtables in jurisdictions around the country to promote improved permanency outcomes. Serves, by appointment, on various Casey work committees or task forces. 10% Other duties as assigned 5% Qualifications: Master's Degree in Social Work or Master’s Degree in an area of study focusing on direct practice in child welfare that includes a clinical internship or practicum. Five years of professional child welfare social service experience, two years of which must have been at the advanced level, is also required. Broad knowledge of social work practice and clinical theory, including diagnostic and treatment skills in family systems approach, is essential. Expertise in the areas of permanency, improved well-being outcomes for youth in care, and family engagement, community supports and evidenced based and promising practices aimed at strengthening families and ensuring child safety required. Clinical expertise in the area of family systems and knowledge in the areas of substance abuse, mental health and domestic violence necessary. Proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel, SharePoint, Outlook) as well as electronic case management systems required. Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills are critical for this position. Workplace practices at Casey Family Programs encourage respect for diversity and individual differences. Bilingual Spanish speaking applicants preferred. Ability to protect the confidentiality of sensitive information by learning and following all relevant policies and protocols and using sound judgment in the handling and sharing of that information. Physical requirements include the ability to lift and reach for light objects; close visual acuity to prepare and analyze data, text, and figures; ability to type utilizing a computer keyboard; ability to travel to outside locations; and the ability to work at a computer for extended periods of time as a primary job function. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Local travel required for home visits, meetings with families, and other regularly meetings as well as occasional out of town travel are required. Driving on Casey business may require use of personal vehicle; adherence to vehicle safety guidelines and qualification for insurance is required. Casey Family Programs is an equal opportunity employer. To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact Human Resources at 206-282-3330 or hrod@casey.org.Apply directly through Casey Family Programs job application site: https://rew12.ultipro.com/CAS1011/JobBoard/listjobs.aspx?Page=ListSan Antonio, TXCasey Family Programshttps://www.casey.org5059823
50598231/11/20191/11/20193/15/2019Social WorkerCasey Family Programs, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is a national operating foundation focused on safely reducing the need for foster care and building Communities of Hope for children and families across America. We believe in the intrinsic dignity and value of every person. We strive for fairness and justice in the way people are treated and the opportunities they have to succeed by addressing racism, unequal treatment and other barriers to inclusion. Job Summary: The Social Worker is primarily responsible for the coordination and delivery of services to youth, young adults and families who are in the child welfare system, have been involved with the child welfare system or are at risk of entering the child welfare system. The service interventions designed by the Social Worker result in safety and improved outcomes in permanency and well being which impact reduction of entry into foster care, reduction of length of stay in foster care and increased exits foster care. In collaboration with field office staff, this position assists in assuring that the CFS workforce is focused on achieving organizational goals through their direct practice and consultation roles. The Social Worker provides clinical case management and works closely with public child welfare system staff, supervisors and court personnel to identify and mitigate barriers to timely permanency. The Social Worker is on call 24 hours per day, subject to each field office’s mode of ensuring coverage. Essential Responsibilities: Provides case management services for youth, young adults and families on assigned caseload, in accordance Casey practice standards, local regulatory requirements and accreditation standards. This includes clinical assessment of individual and family safety/functioning/needs; assessing and identifying pathways and barriers to legal and relational permanency; arranging for supportive/ameliorative services that address permanency and well being needs; and working effectively with the local child welfare jurisdiction to achieve the identified outcomes. Makes assessment of need for relevant services and coordinates with vendors the securing of services and as appropriate provides initial review and approval of invoices and reports against allocated budgets. Complies with all documentation requirements for internal and external audits of case records and documents work to inform best practice in expediting permanency in foster care. 35% Responsible for guiding the process towards permanency and improved well being by engaging all stakeholders in the development and implementation of case goals and service strategies to meet those goals. This is achieved through development of effective, intensive relationships with clients, collaterals, public system workers and supervisors, members of the judiciary and community service providers that are goal directed and informed by the mutually developed case goals and includes arrangement and facilitation of regular extended team meetings. Implementation of service strategies requires application of clinical knowledge related to mental health, Family Group Decision Making, family finding and birth family engagement as well as specialized knowledge in promotion of positive outcomes in permanency, education, employment and an ability to maximize community supports and resources. Permanency focused work includes engagement of birth parents for reunification, relative and non-related caregivers for adoption/guardianship and identification of needed post permanency support to ensure stability and longevity of legal and relational permanence. In collaboration with Family Engagement Liaison, coordinates, determines appropriate plan and implements the selected Family Group Conferencing (FGC) plans. Adds to FGC capacity in Field Office by conducting FGCs as part of overall work assignment. 30% Collaborates with field office leadership and staff to coordinate teaming activities to expedite improved outcomes for all clients served and to support a continuous learning environment. This includes participation in clinical staffing processes as both recipient and contributor to case review, partnering with field office staff to ensure that clients are effectively served through the life of the case and actively engaging in ongoing learning activities. Participates in staff meetings to assess referrals/resource families, analyze data to inform practice/program improvements and identify process improvement to ensure field office goals are met. 20% May consult, teach, facilitate groups, and otherwise assist in the advancement of learning of targeted youth, professionals, and families. Provides expertise to external partners through Systems Improvement efforts such as Permanency Roundtables in jurisdictions around the country to promote improved permanency outcomes. Serves, by appointment, on various Casey work committees or task forces. 10% Other duties as assigned 5% Qualifications: Master's Degree in Social Work or Master’s Degree in an area of study focusing on direct practice in child welfare that includes a clinical internship or practicum. Five years of professional child welfare social service experience, two years of which must have been at the advanced level, is also required. Broad knowledge of social work practice and clinical theory, including diagnostic and treatment skills in family systems approach, is essential. Expertise in the areas of permanency, improved well-being outcomes for youth in care, and family engagement, community supports and evidenced based and promising practices aimed at strengthening families and ensuring child safety required. Clinical expertise in the area of family systems and knowledge in the areas of substance abuse, mental health and domestic violence necessary. Proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel, SharePoint, Outlook) as well as electronic case management systems required. Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills are critical for this position. Workplace practices at Casey Family Programs encourage respect for diversity and individual differences. Ability to protect the confidentiality of sensitive information by learning and following all relevant policies and protocols and using sound judgment in the handling and sharing of that information. Physical requirements include the ability to lift and reach for light objects; close visual acuity to prepare and analyze data, text, and figures; ability to type utilizing a computer keyboard; ability to travel to outside locations; and the ability to work at a computer for extended periods of time as a primary job function. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Local travel required for home visits, meetings with families, and other regularly meetings as well as occasional out of town travel are required. Driving on Casey business may require use of personal vehicle; adherence to vehicle safety guidelines and qualification for insurance is required. Casey Family Programs is an equal opportunity employer. To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact Human Resources at 206-378-4699 or hrod@casey.org.Apply directly from our website, https://rew12.ultipro.com/CAS1011/JobBoard/listjobs.aspx?Page=ListOakland, CACasey Family Programshttps://www.casey.org5059823
50561671/11/20191/11/20192/28/2019Bilingual Youth Counselor (Gang Intervention, Prevention & Education - Male Clients)The mission of NVFS is to empower individuals and families to improve their quality of life, and to promote community cooperation and support in responding to family needs. The IPE program serves youth ages 10-21 who are at risk for gang involvement, are currently gang involved, or have been victimized by gang violence. The IPE Program is the direct service provider of the Northern Virginia Regional Gang Task Force. The Youth Counselor will provide short-term therapeutic case management services to address youth’s unique gang prevention and intervention needs to reduce, eliminate, and prevent gang involvement. The Youth Counselor will also work with referred youths’ parents or guardians to increase effective communication and appropriate limit-setting, provide education about the signs of gang involvement or other negative behaviors, and provide information about the ways families can support their children so that they are less vulnerable to gang involvement and other unhealthy relationships. Referrals for any needed services are provided, ensuring that families are connected to a supportive network as well as formal and informal resources in their community. The IPE program is designed to be accessible to referred youth and families, meeting with clients in the home and community and providing services in both Spanish and English. The IPE Program is based on a social work and youth development model, integrating knowledge about gang dynamics, trauma and the immigrant experience. Essential Job Duties: •Conduct intake and short-term case management services to assigned case load in accordance with IPE Service Delivery Model, including assessment, goal plan development, and referral •Provide gang awareness education to referred youth and their parents •Provide life skills education and intervention in accordance with client’s goal plan and resource needs •Participate in planning and implementation of group-based activities for IPE clients •Initiate and maintain collaborative contact with other providers working with the youth and their family, including the referral source, and appropriate school personnel in order to effectively coordinate service delivery and monitor client’s progress towards goals •Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with other community partners •Develop and implement plans to educate and increase gang awareness in the community •Prepare statistical and narrative reports as required Qualification Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. • Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services, or criminal justice from an accredited college or university. • At least two (2) years related direct service experience in human service providing individual and / or group services to youth and families, experience providing case management services, and experience working with at-risk youth. • Experience providing services to immigrants and recently reunified families. • Experience providing direct services to adolescents. • Experience developing and facilitating psychoeducation groups for youth and adults. • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of gang dynamics. • Demonstrated fluency in Spanish and English required. • Clean DMV record; own reliable transportation •Ability to work a flexible schedule; evening, weekend, and on-call availability required •Must be comfortable with undesirable home conditions •Successful completion of background checks required upon hire All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please click on our link to browse our current openings and apply for any that interest you. You will receive an email confirmation of your application. The Hiring Manager will contact you directly to schedule an interview if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview. If you do not see a position that is right for you at this time, we hope you will revisit us to learn about future opportunities. https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/?q=&o=postedDateDescOakton, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/Opportunity/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=6cf3889c-59f9-450f-bdd6-35666dd1e3375056167
50561671/11/20191/11/20192/28/2019Bilingual Youth Counselor (Gang Intervention, Prevention & Education - Female Clients)The mission of NVFS is to empower individuals and families to improve their quality of life, and to promote community cooperation and support in responding to family needs. The Intervention, Prevention, and Education (IPE) program serves youth ages 10-21 who are at risk for gang involvement, are currently gang involved, or have been victimized by gang violence. The Youth Counselor will provide short-term therapeutic case management services to address youth’s unique gang-intervention needs. This position will primarily work with girls referred for services often addressing needs related to healthy relationships, histories of sexual assault, sex trafficking victimization, and domestic violence. Other interventions with youth include safety planning on how to leave a gang safely or refusal and resistance skills training to resist recruitment efforts. This position will work primarily in Western Fairfax County and Prince William County. Essential Job Duties: •Conduct intake and short-term case management services to assigned case load in accordance with IPE Service Delivery Model, including assessment, goal plan development, and referral •Provide gang awareness education to referred youth and their parents •Provide life skills education and intervention in accordance with client’s goal plan and resource needs •Participate in planning and implementation of group-based activities for IPE clients •Initiate and maintain collaborative contact with other providers working with the youth and their family, including the referral source, and appropriate school personnel in order to effectively coordinate service delivery and monitor client’s progress towards goals •Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with other community partners •Develop and implement plans to educate and increase gang awareness in the community •Prepare statistical and narrative reports as required Qualification Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. • Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services, or criminal justice from an accredited college or university. • At least two (2) years related direct service experience in human service providing individual and / or group services to youth and families, experience providing case management services, and experience working with at-risk youth. • Experience providing services to immigrants and recently reunified families. • Experience providing direct services to adolescents. • Experience developing and facilitating psychoeducation groups for youth and adults. • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of gang dynamics. • Demonstrated fluency in Spanish and English required. •Clean DMV record; own reliable transportation •Ability to work a flexible schedule; evening, weekend, and on-call availability required •Must be comfortable with undesirable home conditions •Successful completion of background checks required upon hire All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please click on our link to browse our current openings and apply for any that interest you. You will receive an email confirmation of your application. The Hiring Manager will contact you directly to schedule an interview if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview. If you do not see a position that is right for you at this time, we hope you will revisit us to learn about future opportunities. https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/?q=&o=postedDateDescFairfax and Prince William CountiesNorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/Opportunity/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=3d732136-896f-4615-96ab-e0907bb6836f5056167
50561671/11/20191/11/20193/31/2019Bilingual Youth Counselor (Unaccompanied Minors)The mission of NVFS is to empower individuals and families to improve their quality of life and to promote community cooperation and support in responding to family needs. The Family Reunification Program provides home studies and post release services for unaccompanied minors and their families at their release from the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) care. The Bilingual Youth Counselor will provide community-based case management services (individual and family). This position entails conducting home studies of the sponsor’s homes and providing post release services which include developing goals and outcomes, providing clinical consultation and psycho-education regarding behavioral and mental health issues, providing cultural orientation, interfacing with collateral providers, and linking clients with resources. The Youth Counselor will work with referred youths’ parents or guardians to increase effective communication and appropriate limit-setting, provide education about the signs of negative behaviors, and provide information about the ways families can support their children. Referrals for any needed services are provided, ensuring that families are connected to a supportive network and formal and informal resources in their community. In addition, the Youth Counselor may provide some group services and workshops to recently immigrated youth in the school and/or community. Essential Job Duties: •Conduct home visits and phone contacts with the dual purpose of assessing safety and appropriateness of child’s placement with his/her caregiver (sponsor) and connecting child to services in the community to address risk factors. •Perform ongoing case management with a focus on screening and making appropriate referrals to address child’s needs in the following domains: placement issues, safety issues, education, health, mental health, legal/immigration proceedings, substance abuse, independent living, juvenile/criminal justice, and child enrichment activities. •Provide crisis intervention services directly, as needed, or connect family to services to ensure minor’s safety and well-being in a crisis situation. •Submit detailed and thorough documentation in compliance with policies and procedures. Utilize social work best practices for thorough assessments of child’s progress and services provided. •Provide life skills education and intervention in accordance with client’s goal plan and resource needs. •Participate in planning and implementation of group-based activities for Youth Initiatives clients. •Initiate and maintain collaborative contact with other providers working with the youth and their family, including the referral source, and appropriate school personnel in order to effectively coordinate service delivery and monitor client’s progress towards goals. •Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with other community partners. Qualification Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. • Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services, or criminal justice from an accredited college or university. • At least two (2) years related direct service experience in human service providing individual and / or group services to youth and families, experience providing case management services, and experience working with at-risk youth. • Experience providing services to immigrants and recently reunified families. • Experience providing direct services to adolescents. • Experience developing and facilitating psychoeducation groups for youth and adults. • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of gang dynamics. • Demonstrated fluency in Spanish and English required. •Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of immigrant families and youth Comprehensive assessment, critical analysis and case management skills •Clean DMV record; own reliable transportation •Ability to work a flexible schedule; evening, weekend, and on-call availability •Must be comfortable with undesirable home conditions •Successful completion of background checks required upon hire All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please click on our link to browse our current openings and apply for any that interest you. You will receive an email confirmation of your application. The Hiring Manager will contact you directly to schedule an interview if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview. If you do not see a position that is right for you at this time, we hope you will revisit us to learn about future opportunities. https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/?q=&o=postedDateDescOakton, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/Opportunity/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=b8942bfa-8792-48e7-952d-ac19d8a9365b5056167
50578441/11/20191/11/20193/11/2019Executive DirectorKEES has been exclusively retained by the Louisiana Policy Institute for Children (LPIC) in its search for a new Executive Director. LPIC is a 501(c)(3), nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that serves as the state’s unifying voice for a comprehensive public agenda that ensures the well-being of Louisiana’s youngest residents.http://bit.ly/LPIC-EDLouisiana - RemoteLouisiana Policy Institute for Childrenhttps://www.kees2success.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Opportunity-Guide_2018_LPIC_Executive-Director.pdf5057844
50561671/6/20191/6/20192/28/2019Healthy Families Program SupervisorPart of the nationwide Healthy Families America initiative of Prevent Child Abuse America, Healthy Families of Northern Virginia Family Service offers comprehensive support and guidance, through home visitation, to vulnerable parents. The mission of HF is to promote healthy prenatal outcomes, enhance the development of very young children, and promote healthy family functioning. Program Supervisors manage the daily operations of their department unit; identify and assess client and family needs; supervise case management and support staff; coordinate service delivery to ensure that client needs, program goals and contract objectives are effectively met. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. Essential Job Duties: Staff Supervision and Development: Identify and fulfill staffing needs; prepare and conduct timely staff performance evaluations; approve timesheets, leave and reimbursement requests, provide or arrange and schedule ongoing staff training to enable direct service staff to deliver client service effectively. Supervise program staff including regular individual and group staff meetings and case consultation; ensure proper client to staff ratio and monitor case files for quality and completeness; assist staff in achieving competence in reflective practice. Conduct regular and timely supervision according to established program guidelines. Client Service Delivery: Assign cases to direct service staff, coordinate service delivery and day-to-day operations of the program. Monitor client cases from initial referral through discharge, promoting efficient and effective client services and administration procedures including adequate client record keeping, statistical and performance outcome reporting. Provide direct case work in the absence of direct service staff. Keep apprised of legislative activity and developments which may impact the program. Compliance and Reporting Requirements: Ensure that service delivery is performed according to and within the NVFS mission, policy/statewide directive/procedural directions/case management model, and contractual/licensing requirements. Enter data for record keeping and reporting to meet federal/state/program guidelines. Responsible for goals and objectives of contract for programs; includes NVFS outcomes and reporting. Meeting and Community Outreach/Resource Participation: Represent NVFS externally, and participates in local/regional task forces and community partnership meetings as appropriate. Act as liaison with community, civic, and business groups on behalf of program; participate in appropriate community task force committees; develop and monitor public relations within the scope of Agency mission and goals. Qualification and Additional Requirements: Must have one of the following: Master’s degree in human services or fields related to working with children and families, or Bachelor’s degree in these fields with three (3) years of relevant experience. A solid understanding of or experience in supervising and motivating staff, as well as providing support to staff in stressful work environments. Knowledge of infant and child development and parent-child attachment. Experience with family services which embrace the concepts of family-centered and strength-based service provision. Knowledge of maternal-infant health and dynamics of child abuse and neglect. Experience in providing services to culturally diverse communities/families. Experience in home visiting with a strong background in prevention services to the 0-3 age population. Infant mental health endorsement preferred. Experience with reflective practice preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite. Successful completion of background checks required Valid U.S. driver's license May be called upon to work beyond normal working hours This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please click below to browse our current openings and apply for any that interest you. The Hiring Manager will contact you directly if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview. https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=01d581ff-e01a-48f5-98b8-a2cdd0e74a3fAlexandria and Arlington, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=01d581ff-e01a-48f5-98b8-a2cdd0e74a3f5056167
50561671/6/20191/6/20192/28/2019Bilingual Family Support SpecialistPart of the nationwide Healthy Families America initiative of Prevent Child Abuse America, Healthy Families of Northern Virginia Family Service offers comprehensive support and guidance, through home visitation, to new and expectants parents. The mission of Healthy Families is to promote healthy prenatal outcomes, enhance the development of very young children, and promote healthy family functioning. The Family Support Specialist (FSS) initiates and maintains regular contact with families, primarily in their homes; establishes trusting relationships with families and assists in strengthening parent-child relationships. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. Essential Job Duties: Conduct client home visits on a regularly assigned schedule with the goal of establishing a trusting relationship in accordance with Healthy Families America Best Practice Standards. Prepare appropriate activities for home visit using approved evidence-based curriculum and other supplemental materials. Prepare appropriate activities and facilitate group socialization experiences and field trips for families. Provide appropriate parenting modeling, education, and other supportive services as outlined in the Healthy Families America Best Practice Standards. Conduct developmental screening and evaluations using such instruments as ASQ-3, ASQ-SE-2, and HOME with families. Make referrals to other services as needed and work with other community providers to provide collaborative services to clients. As needed, use bilingual skills to facilitate communication between participant families and other program staff, providers, and/or partners. Prepare documentation and maintain client files in accordance with program requirements and NVFS guidelines. Enter data for record keeping and reporting to meet federal/state/program guidelines. Participate in regular supervision with Program Supervisor, providing regular updates and preparing case presentations. Maintain current own level of knowledge on program software and other information on early childhood programs. Qualification and Additional Requirements: High School graduate or GED; college coursework preferred. Infant Mental Health endorsement preferred. Experience working with or providing services to children (aged 0-3 years) and families. Bilingual in English and Spanish Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite; demonstrated ability to enter and retrieve data using computer systems, systems applications, and other office equipment. Must be able to lift up to 10 lbs. Must be comfortable with undesirable home conditions and being around pets/animals/other items in homes. Successful completion of background checks required upon hire. Valid U.S. driver's license. Within a 37.5 hour workweek, needs to have the flexibility to make evening and/or early morning home visits two days per week in order to accommodate clients’ schedules. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please click below to browse our current openings and apply for any that interest you. The Hiring Manager will contact you directly if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview. https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=f36a652c-3a1e-4af2-98ba-1b4d3244be89Reston, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=f36a652c-3a1e-4af2-98ba-1b4d3244be895056167
50561671/6/20191/6/20192/28/2019Family Support SpecialistPart of the nationwide Healthy Families America initiative of Prevent Child Abuse America, Healthy Families of Northern Virginia Family Service offers comprehensive support and guidance, through home visitation, to new and expectants parents. The mission of Healthy Families is to promote healthy prenatal outcomes, enhance the development of very young children, and promote healthy family functioning. The Family Support Specialist (FSS) initiates and maintains regular contact with families, primarily in their homes; establishes trusting relationships with families and assists in strengthening parent-child relationships. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. Essential Job Duties: Conduct client home visits on a regularly assigned schedule with the goal of establishing a trusting relationship in accordance with Healthy Families America Best Practice Standards. Prepare appropriate activities for home visit using approved evidence-based curriculum and other supplemental materials. Prepare appropriate activities and facilitate group socialization experiences and field trips for families. Provide appropriate parenting modeling, education, and other supportive services as outlined in the Healthy Families America Best Practice Standards. Conduct developmental screening and evaluations using such instruments as ASQ-3, ASQ-SE-2, and HOME with families. Make referrals to other services as needed and work with other community providers to provide collaborative services to clients. As needed, use bilingual skills to facilitate communication between participant families and other program staff, providers, and/or partners. Prepare documentation and maintain client files in accordance with program requirements and NVFS guidelines. Enter data for record keeping and reporting to meet federal/state/program guidelines. Participate in regular supervision with Program Supervisor, providing regular updates and preparing case presentations. Maintain current own level of knowledge on program software and other information on early childhood programs. Qualification and Additional Requirements: High School graduate or GED; college coursework preferred. Infant Mental Health endorsement preferred. Experience working with or providing services to children (aged 0-3 years) and families. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite; demonstrated ability to enter and retrieve data using computer systems, systems applications, and other office equipment. Must be able to lift up to 10 lbs. Must be comfortable with undesirable home conditions and being around pets/animals/other items in homes. Successful completion of background checks required upon hire. Valid U.S. driver's license. Within a 37.5 hour workweek, needs to have the flexibility to make evening and/or early morning home visits two days per week in order to accommodate clients’ schedules. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please click below to browse our current openings and apply for any that interest you. The Hiring Manager will contact you directly if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview. https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=3543c41d-9d50-440a-84c1-7ad808c2310fAlexandria, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=3543c41d-9d50-440a-84c1-7ad808c2310f5056167
50561671/6/20191/6/20192/28/2019Bilingual Family Support SpecialistPart of the nationwide Healthy Families America initiative of Prevent Child Abuse America, Healthy Families of Northern Virginia Family Service offers comprehensive support and guidance, through home visitation, to new and expectants parents. The mission of Healthy Families is to promote healthy prenatal outcomes, enhance the development of very young children, and promote healthy family functioning. The Family Support Specialist (FSS) initiates and maintains regular contact with families, primarily in their homes; establishes trusting relationships with families and assists in strengthening parent-child relationships. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. Essential Job Duties: Conduct client home visits on a regularly assigned schedule with the goal of establishing a trusting relationship in accordance with Healthy Families America Best Practice Standards. Prepare appropriate activities for home visit using approved evidence-based curriculum and other supplemental materials. Prepare appropriate activities and facilitate group socialization experiences and field trips for families. Provide appropriate parenting modeling, education, and other supportive services as outlined in the Healthy Families America Best Practice Standards. Conduct developmental screening and evaluations using such instruments as ASQ-3, ASQ-SE-2, and HOME with families. Make referrals to other services as needed and work with other community providers to provide collaborative services to clients. As needed, use bilingual skills to facilitate communication between participant families and other program staff, providers, and/or partners. Prepare documentation and maintain client files in accordance with program requirements and NVFS guidelines. Enter data for record keeping and reporting to meet federal/state/program guidelines. Participate in regular supervision with Program Supervisor, providing regular updates and preparing case presentations. Maintain current own level of knowledge on program software and other information on early childhood programs. Qualification and Additional Requirements: High School graduate or GED; college coursework preferred. Infant Mental Health endorsement preferred. Experience working with or providing services to children (aged 0-3 years) and families. Bilingual in English and Spanish Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite; demonstrated ability to enter and retrieve data using computer systems, systems applications, and other office equipment. Must be able to lift up to 10 lbs. Must be comfortable with undesirable home conditions and being around pets/animals/other items in homes. Successful completion of background checks required upon hire. Valid U.S. driver's license. Within a 37.5 hour workweek, needs to have the flexibility to make evening and/or early morning home visits two days per week in order to accommodate clients’ schedules. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please click below to browse our current openings and apply for any that interest you. The Hiring Manager will contact you directly if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview. https://www.nvfs.org/about-nvfs/careers/Manassas, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=7a2b8d5b-1214-4f27-84c8-446efbb5c7255056167
50561671/6/20191/6/20192/28/2019Bilingual Mental Health Counselor (unlicensed)Position Summary: The Violence Prevention and Intervention Program (VPIP) of NVFS utilizes a highly effective, trauma-informed, culturally relevant service model to provide multi-modal “neighborhood based-school connected” services designed to ensure that at-risk immigrant youth and families are able to thrive in their chosen communities; succeed academically and socially; and that the communities themselves are equipped to prevent future community and family violence. The complex issues facing low income minority families living in high crime, high poverty neighborhoods require a comprehensive prevention, intervention and therapeutic approach that centers on youth in the context of the family and community. A menu of services tailored to the needs of the community, are offered in the targeted neighborhoods of Culmore, Annandale and Herndon to reduce family and community violence. The VPIP Mental Health Counselor will provide community-based therapeutic services (individual, family, and group) to low-income individuals and families with multicultural and trauma backgrounds as part of a holistic, neighborhood based intervention and prevention team consisting of case managers, therapists, and program management. Essential Job Duties: • Provide individual, family and group therapy services for a culturally diverse population of adolescents and their families who have experienced trauma and violence in their homes, communities, and/or countries of origin including gang violence, community violence, sexual assault, and family violence, as well as families struggling with reunification after an immigration separation. • Collaborate with VPIP Case Manager to ensure holistic service provision. • Provide workshops and groups in schools and community-based settings. • Ensure that service delivery is performed in accordance with the NVFS mission, agency policies and procedures, case management model, and project requirements. • Perform other indirect service activities that may include: program development, community outreach, or Agency committee work. • Prepare statistical and narrative reports as required. • Participate in regular individual (administrative and clinical) and group supervisions as directed by Supervisor. • Assure confidentiality policies and procedures are followed to protect the rights of clients, that reports to authorities occur in the mandated time frames, and that critical incident reviews related to these procedures are completed and filed. • Maintain client files in accordance with program/licensing requirements and NVFS guidelines. • Participate effectively and positively in required Program and Agency meetings and trainings. Qualification Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. • Masters in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, or Counseling • 1-2 years of post-graduate clinical experience in trauma focused psychotherapy such as: work with torture survivors; victims of sexual offenses, domestic violence or any other trauma survivors • Experience providing services to immigrants and recently reunified families and adolescents • Fluency in Spanish and English required • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite Additional Requirements: • Successful completion of background checks is required upon hire • Must be comfortable with undesirable home conditions • Must be able to travel to client homes to provide services • May be called upon to work beyond normal working hours All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please click on our link to browse our current openings and apply for any that interest you. You will receive an email confirmation of your application. The Hiring Manager will contact you directly to schedule an interview if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview. If you do not see a position that is right for you at this time, we hope you will revisit us to learn about future opportunities. https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/?q=&o=postedDateDescOakton, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/Opportunity/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=f46a672e-982f-4d8f-9cf6-e3bd8284d06c5056167
50561671/6/20191/6/20192/28/2019Career NavigatorPosition Summary: The Career Navigator will create opportunities for a high-barrier population to obtain gainful & stable employment, conduct outreach to identify appropriate work opportunities for clients, & build mutually beneficial relationships with employers. This position will work one-on-one with clients through a trauma-informed, asset-based approach to identify opportunities for clients to move towards employment & with volunteers to organize & conduct necessary employment-related supports for clients including but not limited to: one-on-one job searches, resume reviews, mock interviews & professional development workshops. A successful Career Navigator will build collaborative relationships across Shelter staff to ensure a team approach & a high-level of support for all shelter guests. Essential Job Duties: • Identify businesses and conduct outreach with employers based on the specific job needs of clients; Build and maintain relationships with employers to understand job specification and work culture. • Refer appropriate client candidates to potential employers for consideration for job openings. • Build strong partnerships with clients through one-on-one job counseling sessions using an asset based approach with the goal of moving clients toward employment. Process may include but not limited to: o Understand and assess client skills, past work experience and background. o Match client skill set with available job opportunities. o Assist clients in job search and application process. • Coordinate community and corporate volunteer groups to conduct job support activities for clients including but not limited to job searches, resume reviews, mock interviews and professional development workshops on various employment topics. • Identify and build relationships with existing community resources to support clients’ job success. • Maintain records of client progress and participation. • Participate in regular supervision with Program Director and Career Navigator team. • Maintain client files in accordance with program requirements and NVFS guidelines. • Maintain current level of knowledge of curriculum content, program software, and other information on job development programs and initiatives. Qualification Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university preferred. • At least two (2) years’ experience in related field such as coaching, adult education, workforce development or outreach and proven success building relationships with the corporate community. • Experience serving high-barrier populations or non-English speaking and low literacy adults. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite. Additional Requirements: • Successful completion of background checks is required upon hire. • May be called upon to work beyond normal working hours. All NVFS employees are expected to demonstrate the organizational values and sensitivity to the diversity of the organization’s client base. This description is intended to describe the essential job functions and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a person so classified. Northern Virginia Family Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and E-Verify participant.Please click on our link to browse our current openings and apply for any that interest you. You will receive an email confirmation of your application. The Hiring Manager will contact you directly to schedule an interview if your qualifications and experience appear to be a suitable match and you are selected for an interview. If you do not see a position that is right for you at this time, we hope you will revisit us to learn about future opportunities. https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/?q=&o=postedDateDescManassas, VANorthern Virginia Family Servicehttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/NOR1025NORVI/JobBoard/32cdcf9c-5e9a-45b5-8aa9-8561665cc68e/Opportunity/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=c8c36c42-011d-4d37-857d-e2e028ae1c0d5056167
50045371/3/20191/4/20192/28/2019Chief Executive OfficerFamily Service Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania, a private non-profit organization founded in 1895, is searching for a candidate with exceptional leadership skills and vision to continue to advance our service mission to the families and communities of Northeastern Pennsylvania. The current Executive will be retiring later in the year. FSA NEPA is rooted in values of strengths-based and person-centered practice in its delivery of a diversity of services across the age-spectrum of our community (visit us at www.fsanepa.org). The projected FYE 2019 budget of $3.1 million is built on a mix of County, State, and Federal funding, fees for services, local fundraising, and United Way support. The qualifications for the position include a Masters degree in a discipline appropriate to directing a social service agency, with a license and/or certification, if appropriate to the discipline, and seven to ten years experience in the field of social services with demonstrated administrative and supervisory ability. The Chief Executive Officer will develop and administer, with support of Senior Management, all program activities of the Agency in accordance with policies and directions of the Board of Directors. The agency is based in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, with a satellite office in Montrose, Pennsylvania, on the edge of the recreational opportunities of the Pocono Mountains, is home to professional hockey and baseball, a sports/entertainment arena, and within a three hour drive of New York City and Philadelphia. The area has four universities, a community college, two junior colleges, and three satellite campuses of Penn State University. Submit cover letter with resume and salary requirements to jgurnari@fsanepa.orgPlease send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to jgurnari@fsanepa.orgWilkes-Barre PAFamily Service Association of Northeastern Pennsylvaniawww.fsanepa.org5004537
501793212/31/201812/31/20181/31/2019Manager of Finance & AccountingHelp Us Change Lives: Auberle Seeks a Manager of Finance & Accounting Auberle is a growing, nationally recognized, award winning human service organization that serves 4,000 young people and families each year. Auberle’s staff is comprised of passionate individuals who are committed to finding the most innovative ways to solve our community’s most difficult problems. Our staff have voted us as a Top Place to Work for six years in a row and #1 for Training two of the last three years. We are looking for a finance leader to partner with our program staff. We are currently seeking a Manager of Finance & Accounting to join our Finance team. This position is responsible for the day-to-day oversight of all finance and reporting activities. The ideal candidate is a mission-focused and energetic leader who helps drive the continuous quality improvement and performance culture among a group of diverse, talented individuals that make the agency a national leader. The successful candidate should enjoy challenges, be able to act and react as necessary, and is not afraid to take charge of a situation.. This position assists the Director of Finance and Accounting with the monthly close process, maintains a system of controls over accounting transactions, prepares and disseminates monthly financial information to the Executive Team and coordinates the annual budget process, improves organizational effectiveness processes, and analyzes financial, government and regulatory information to maximize appropriate funding streams. Candidates should have a strong understanding of finance, accounting and systems and be solution oriented. Experience in non-profit organizations is a plus, as is experience with MIP accounting software. Excellent written and oral communication skills and use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and other software required. A Bachelor’s Degree with a major in accounting, business or finance preferred, and a minimum of 7 years professional-level experience in accounting or finance, including experience supervising others. Candidates will be required to apply for Act 33/34 clearances (criminal and child abuse) as well as FBI clearance. Pre-employment drug screening and random employment drug testing required. Auberle offers excellent training opportunities and a comprehensive benefits package. If you are highly motivated, passionate about youth and interested in making a difference, be sure to apply online at www.auberle.org. EOEApply via website www.auberle.orgMcKeesport, PAAuberlehttps://www.auberle.org5017932
500629112/21/201812/21/20181/30/2019CHIEF FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (CFAOCHIEF FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (CFAO) Non-profit organization in the state of Delaware with close to 135 years of service is seeking a CFAO. Responsible for agency’s financial functions as well as targeted administrative functions that could include human resources, information technology and facilities. Statewide complex social service organization with multiple funding sources. Reports directly to the CEO. Serve as internal consultant to the CEO, Board, Board Committees, Senior Staff, and other key stakeholders on all financial matters, making recommendations and suggesting strategies. Provide oversight for and manage all budgets, billing, forecasts and internal financial plans and processes. Supervise and participate in annual financial audit. Support accounting, general ledger and operations functions. Ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Organize and manage financial operations, with the possibility of oversight of human resources, information technology and facilities functions, depending on the skills of the individual. Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or Accounting; minimum five years full-charge bookkeeping experience; minimum five years supervisory experience of accounting and statistical personnel; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Master’s degree with experience in not for profit organization, preferred. Must also have strong communication skills. Full-time with benefits.Résumés to: HR, Children and Families First, 809 N Washington St Wilmington, DE 19801. FAX 855-295-5339/ e-mail: jobs@cffde.org.Wilmington, DE 19801Children & Families Firstwww.cffde.org5006291
506120912/5/201812/5/20183/1/2019Unit SupervisorPOSITION: Caminos Program Unit Supervisor - Caminos West POSITION RESPONSIBLE TO: Care Team Coordinator CATEGORY OF EMPLOYMENT: Salaried/Exempt JOB SUMMARY: Understands and implements policies according to agency standards, effectively works as a member of an interdisciplinary team, and supervises direct care staff. Provides direct childcare services, ensures that twenty four hour, seven day a week, child care services are met. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES, SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE: • Provides effective supervision to childcare staff to ensure that childcare services are consistently provided based upon the Board of Child Care’s treatment philosophy, mission, practices and policies. • Maintains flexible work hours to include evening and weekend hours at both on site and off site locations. • Ensures that the staff to resident ratio is adequate and consistent with the agency policy and unit needs by providing coverage in units as necessary. • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of unit systems, and effectively oversees their completion. • Demonstrates an understanding of health and safety standards through weekly on site inspections. • Demonstrates understanding of the various programs at the Board of Child Care in order to adequately orient staff and residents to the program. • Demonstrates the ability to receive, transmit, store and retrieve information as evidenced through written and verbal communication. • Contributes to the prevention and management of challenging behaviors by implementing the Board of Child Care’s behavior management and therapeutic crisis intervention techniques. • Develops therapeutic activities that are consistent with the age and level of functioning of each resident. • Promotes effective communication through the timely submission of documentation and weekly team meetings. • Provides direct feedback to direct care staff through written supervisions, annual and six month evaluations. • Fosters equality and diversity in problem identification and conflict resolution among both staff and residents. • Demonstrates an understanding of daily routines and the need for consistency within the unit. • Demonstrates the knowledge and ability to complete accurate bi-weekly timesheets. • Demonstrates the ability to complete an accurate staff schedule, while minimizing and/or eliminating overtime. • Demonstrates the ability to maintain an accurate account of all unit finances. • Demonstrates knowledge of and familiarity with both Board of Child Care and Office of Refugee Resettlement Policy and Procedures relating to the care and supervision of Unaccompanied Children. This includes knowledge of legal background and authority governing the practice as related to working with Unaccompanied Children. • Participates as a member of each resident’s Interdisciplinary Treatment Team for the purpose of treatment/discharge planning and reviews. Must effectively communicate both written and verbally with the Interdisciplinary Treatment Team. • Ensures accurate medication administration, documentation and safe storage of medication in accordance with applicable state guidelines. • Ensures that each direct care staff successfully completes forty hours of professional training per year of employment to effectively meet their position responsibilities. • On a rotating basis, provides effective campus supervision by fulfilling campus supervisory responsibilities as needed and provides on call campus supervisor coverage on assigned weekends. • Conducts job related trainings on a yearly basis. • Provides transportation for residents as required. • Perform duties, as requested, to achieve agency goals. QUALIFICATIONS: • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university. Master’s Degree preferred. • Minimum of one-year group child care experience. • Fluency in Spanish is preferred. (Spanish Fluency includes speaking, reading, and writing) • Must be certified in Medication Administration through the State of Maryland within twelve months of employment. (Training provided by agency.) • Must receive the Assessor award through the National Center for Professional Certification (NCPC) within the first twelve months of enrollment. (Training provided by the agency.) • Certification in Basic First Aid and CPR through the American Red Cross. (Must be attained by completion of orientation period.) • Certification in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention. (Must be attained by completion of orientation period.) • Maintenance of an unrestricted State issued Driver’s License with a safe driving record as defined in agency policy.To apply, please submit your resume (required) and cover letter (required) using the application buttons below. To view a summary of employee benefits and learn more about our company culture, visit www.boardofchildcare.org/careers. The Board of Child Care is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity. All eligible candidates, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply for vacancies as appropriate.5120 Simpson Ferry Road, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050Board of Child Carehttps://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/5061209
506120912/5/201812/5/20183/1/2019Unit SupervisorPOSITION: Caminos Program Unit Supervisor - Caminos West POSITION RESPONSIBLE TO: Care Team Coordinator CATEGORY OF EMPLOYMENT: Salaried/Exempt JOB SUMMARY: Understands and implements policies according to agency standards, effectively works as a member of an interdisciplinary team, and supervises direct care staff. Provides direct childcare services, ensures that twenty four hour, seven day a week, child care services are met. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES, SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE: • Provides effective supervision to childcare staff to ensure that childcare services are consistently provided based upon the Board of Child Care’s treatment philosophy, mission, practices and policies. • Maintains flexible work hours to include evening and weekend hours at both on site and off site locations. • Ensures that the staff to resident ratio is adequate and consistent with the agency policy and unit needs by providing coverage in units as necessary. • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of unit systems, and effectively oversees their completion. • Demonstrates an understanding of health and safety standards through weekly on site inspections. • Demonstrates understanding of the various programs at the Board of Child Care in order to adequately orient staff and residents to the program. • Demonstrates the ability to receive, transmit, store and retrieve information as evidenced through written and verbal communication. • Contributes to the prevention and management of challenging behaviors by implementing the Board of Child Care’s behavior management and therapeutic crisis intervention techniques. • Develops therapeutic activities that are consistent with the age and level of functioning of each resident. • Promotes effective communication through the timely submission of documentation and weekly team meetings. • Provides direct feedback to direct care staff through written supervisions, annual and six month evaluations. • Fosters equality and diversity in problem identification and conflict resolution among both staff and residents. • Demonstrates an understanding of daily routines and the need for consistency within the unit. • Demonstrates the knowledge and ability to complete accurate bi-weekly timesheets. • Demonstrates the ability to complete an accurate staff schedule, while minimizing and/or eliminating overtime. • Demonstrates the ability to maintain an accurate account of all unit finances. • Demonstrates knowledge of and familiarity with both Board of Child Care and Office of Refugee Resettlement Policy and Procedures relating to the care and supervision of Unaccompanied Children. This includes knowledge of legal background and authority governing the practice as related to working with Unaccompanied Children. • Participates as a member of each resident’s Interdisciplinary Treatment Team for the purpose of treatment/discharge planning and reviews. Must effectively communicate both written and verbally with the Interdisciplinary Treatment Team. • Ensures accurate medication administration, documentation and safe storage of medication in accordance with applicable state guidelines. • Ensures that each direct care staff successfully completes forty hours of professional training per year of employment to effectively meet their position responsibilities. • On a rotating basis, provides effective campus supervision by fulfilling campus supervisory responsibilities as needed and provides on call campus supervisor coverage on assigned weekends. • Conducts job related trainings on a yearly basis. • Provides transportation for residents as required. • Perform duties, as requested, to achieve agency goals. QUALIFICATIONS: • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university. Master’s Degree preferred. • Minimum of one-year group child care experience. • Fluency in Spanish is preferred. (Spanish Fluency includes speaking, reading, and writing) • Must be certified in Medication Administration through the State of Maryland within twelve months of employment. (Training provided by agency.) • Must receive the Assessor award through the National Center for Professional Certification (NCPC) within the first twelve months of enrollment. (Training provided by the agency.) • Certification in Basic First Aid and CPR through the American Red Cross. (Must be attained by completion of orientation period.) • Certification in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention. (Must be attained by completion of orientation period.) • Maintenance of an unrestricted State issued Driver’s License with a safe driving record as defined in agency policy.To apply, please submit your resume (required) and cover letter (required) using the application buttons below. To view a summary of employee benefits and learn more about our company culture, visit www.boardofchildcare.org/careers. The Board of Child Care is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity. All eligible candidates, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply for vacancies as appropriate.700 Brown Road, Martinsburg, WV 25404Board of Child Carehttps://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/5061209
506120912/5/201812/5/20183/1/2019Care Team CoordinatorPosition: Care Team Coordinator – Caminos Program West Position Responsible To: Caminos Program Director FSLA Classification: Salaried/Exempt Position Summary: The Care Team Coordinator provides effective leadership and management to uphold The Board of Child Care’s Trauma Informed Care Culture for clients, families, and staff. The Care Team Coordinator provides adaptive leadership through supportive coaching and mentoring to direct care, supervisory staff and therapists to inspire and encourage our workforce and promote integrity. He/She ensures the creation of strong systems and methods of performance excellence, while supporting the teams to embrace possibilities and develop creative solutions to ensure the demands of the program are exceeded. The Care Team Coordinator ensures the fidelity of the program components and ensures that systems of accountability exist to sustain the treatment expectation. The Care Team Coordinator demonstrates knowledge of and familiarity with both Board of Child Care and Office of Refugee Resettlement Policy and Procedures relating to the care and supervision of Unaccompanied Children. This includes knowledge of legal background and authority governing the practice as related to working with Unaccompanied Children. Essential Functions: • Demonstrates adaptive leadership through supportive coaching and mentoring to direct care, supervisory staff and therapists through regular administrative supervision and training opportunities. Integral person responsible for the professional development of the department, recognizing the importance of addressing vicarious trauma for staff. Responsible for providing regular feedback and annual evaluation for unit supervisors and social workers. • Involved in interviewing and onboarding new employees for the department. Integral in the orientation process for staff to teach clear expectations of the position and how it fits in the agency, provide ongoing support in the milieu to continue the orientation in the unit. • Responsible for ensuring the collaborative process between the unit supervisors and therapists occurs on a consistent and on-going basis to ensure that the clinical programming is developed, implemented and maintained within the lens of integrative treatment. • Maintain a presence in the units to provide support and coaching for staff, as well as provide opportunities to witness, demonstrate, and role model Trauma Informed Practices and Integrated Treatment. • Coordinates with the clinical services staff, specialty services staff and other staff in the provision of services and programs for clients through the therapeutic team approach. • Oversees the implementation of the guidance plans, evidence based practice models and any other specialized interventions in a manner that is individualized and can grow and change based on the needs of the youth and families. • Develop and maintain emotional intelligence for effective self-care and the role-model for youth, staff, and families the essence of Trauma Informed Practices. • Develop systems of accountability and ensures that the policies and procedures of the agency are alive and delivered consistently throughout the program. When necessary will identify the need for corrective action. Assists with internal quality improvement investigations, as needed. • Provides effective communication across departments and programs to ensure consistency of expectations, as well as works effectively as a member of the interdisciplinary team. • Ensures that treatment services are provided to all youth and families 24/7 in keeping with COMAR, CARF and agency standards. Ensures that there is an effective and efficient system of coordination for staff utilization related to the complexity of youth and families, i.e. transportation, crisis support, behavior management and education. • Oversees the supportive resources for the program, i.e. recreation, to ensure maximum benefits of integration. Provides support to the unit supervisors and social workers with regard to the coordination and implementation of the activity schedule and programming for the living unit that supports the treatment modality, while ensuring a diverse offering of opportunities for youth exposure and participation, as well as clear expectations to staff about their role to facilitate. • Embraces the concept of a family driven and youth guided care setting, ensuring that youth and families are integral partners in the treatment of the residents. • Creates an environment that invites families to engage in and enhance the services provided to youth and advancing a philosophy that supports an ongoing commitment to the youth and family, promoting individualized and culturally competent services, eliminating blame and supporting the strength of each and every family member. • Work in and with the local communities, fostering collaboration and partnerships with community resources and support networks in the effort to reconnect youth and families to the natural supports that are available to them. • Fulfills the responsibly of Administrator On-Call on a rotating basis Competencies: • Accountability for Others • Accurate Listening • Attitude toward Honesty • Commitment to the Job • Consistency and Reliability • Developing Others • Emotional Control • Empathetic Outlook • Flexibility • Handling Stress • Human Awareness • Leading Others • Monitoring Others • Practical Thinking • Relating to Others • Role Awareness • Frequent Interaction with Others • Bilingual Capabilities Supervisory Responsibility: Demonstrates adaptive leadership through supportive coaching and mentoring to direct care, supervisory staff and therapists through regular administrative supervision and training opportunities. Integral person responsible for the professional development of the department, recognizing the importance of addressing vicarious trauma for staff. Responsible for providing regular feedback and annual evaluation for unit supervisors and therapists. Work Environment: This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. In the nature of being at a residential and school living environment there may be times you experience conditions in which challenging behavior can be exhibited from our youth to include but not limited to, physical agitation, physical violence and/or emotion outburst. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; and taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. Position Type/Expected Hours of Work: This is a full-time position. This position regularly requires flexible work hours based on the needs of the program to include evening and weekend work. Eligible for flex schedule. Non-essential for inclement weather. Travel: Travel is primarily local during the business day, although some out-of-area and overnight travel may be expected. This position is responsible for supervisory oversight of multiple locations. Required Education and Experience • Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in behavioral sciences, human services or social services field and 3 years’ experience of employment in the aforementioned fields that demonstrates supervisory and case management experience Preferred Education and Experience • Clinical Licensure to include LGSW, LCSW-C, LGPC, LCPC • Fluency in both Spanish and English Additional Eligibility Qualifications • Ability to effectively express ideas clearly and concisely, orally ad in writing; computer literate. • Able to develop effective behavioral interventions and strategic using sound, objective decision making. • Ability to organize staffing and therapeutic programming. • Able to engage children in positive decision making. • Ability to supervise staff to ensure they engage children in a positive and effective manner. • Able to work cooperatively with others. • Support BCC’s core values of safety, integrity, empathy and impact through their behaviors. • RCYCP • TCI • CPR/First Aid • Valid Driver’s License • CPS • TB • Physical • Federal and State Fingerprinting Background Checks • Drug screening (Pre-Employment and Random)To apply, please submit your resume (required) and cover letter (required) using the application buttons below. To view a summary of employee benefits and learn more about our company culture, visit www.boardofchildcare.org/careers. The Board of Child Care is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity. All eligible candidates, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply for vacancies as appropriate.700 Brown Road, Martinsburg, WV 25404Board of Child Carehttps://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/5061209
506120912/5/201812/5/20188/2/2019Bilingual Case ManagerPOSITION: Caminos Program Case Manager – Caminos West POSITION RESPONSIBLE TO: Caminos West Lead Case Manager CATEGORY OF EMPLOYMENT: Salaried/Exempt Position Summary: Assesses the needs of unaccompanied children in care, develops Individual Service Plans, screens for human trafficking concerns, facilitates the safe and timely release or discharge of children and youth and documents the provision of services in case files. Essential Responsibilities • Acts as a primary point of contact and liaison for the youth, family, identified sponsors and external agencies • Responsible for the completion of admission requirements, assessments and Individual Service Plans within regulatory timeframes and including participation of the youth, family and potential sponsors. • Coordinates the timely collection and completion of required documentation for youth in care. • Ensures that the youth received the full range of services identified in the ISP in an integrated and comprehensive manner. • Provides assessment of the relationship between the youth and the sponsor, utilizing safe screening methods to ensure that the identified sponsor is an appropriate placement for the youth. • Provides direct assistance to the sponsor to ensure thorough completion of documentation required for timely release of the youth. • Creates required time sensitive reports and documentation of progress toward discharge • Provides daily, weekly and monthly submission of required updates to internal and external team members. • Facilitate regular case management meetings for individuals, groups and families. • Coordinate with the Board of Child Care staff members and community resources to address the youths service needs. • Evaluate the child’s/youth’s/family’s progress toward goal attainment on a designated basis in line with individual service planning and discharge plan goals. • Responsible for taking the lead role in making transfer and release recommendations, as well as coordinating the release of youth from care in accordance with regulatory timeframes. • Maintain effective working relationships with families, children/youth, colleagues, consultants and community agencies • Complete required documentation and reports within the defined time lines • Ensure assigned case records meet documentation standards as defined by both federal and state regulations • Ability to respond effectively to a fast paced work environment, to include but not limited to: comprehension and implementation of frequent policy updates, procedure changes and data requests. • Demonstrates knowledge of and familiarity with both Board of Child Care and Office of Refugee Resettlement Policy and Procedures relating to the care and supervision of Unaccompanied Children. This includes knowledge of legal background and authority governing the practice as related to working with Unaccompanied Children. • Provide in ratio supervision of youth as required. • Identify supervision and /or professional training needs to supervisor as they arise • Perform other duties, as requested, to achieve agency goals Non-Essential Responsibilities: • Identify supervision and/or professional training needs to supervisor as they arise. Competencies: • Accountability • Accurate Listening • Attitude toward Honesty • Commitment to the Job • Consistency and Reliability • Emotional Control • Empathetic Outlook • Flexibility • Handling Stress • Human Awareness • Practical Thinking • Relating to Others • Role Awareness • Frequent Interaction with Others • Bilingual Capabilities Supervisory Responsibility: Not Applicable Work Environment: This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. In the nature of being at a residential and school living environment there may be times you experience conditions in which challenging behavior can be exhibited from our youth to include but not limited to, physical agitation, physical violence and/or emotion outburst. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; and taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. Position Type/Expected Hours of Work: This is a full-time position. This position regularly requires flexible work hours based on the needs of the program to include evening and weekend work. Eligible for flex schedule. Non-essential for inclement weather. Travel: Travel is primarily local during the business day, although some out-of-area and overnight travel may be expected. Required Education and Experience • Bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences, human services or social services fields. • Fluency in both Spanish and English Preferred Education and Experience • Child Welfare and/or case management experience preferred. Additional Eligibility Qualifications • Ability to effectively express ideas clearly and concisely, orally ad in writing; computer literate. • Able to develop effective behavioral interventions and strategic using sound, objective decision making. • Ability to organize staffing and therapeutic programming. • Able to engage children in positive decision making. • Ability to supervise staff to ensure they engage children in a positive and effective manner. • Able to work cooperatively with others. • Support BCC’s core values of safety, integrity, empathy and impact through their behaviors. • TCI • CPR/First Aid • Valid Driver’s License • CPS • TB • Physical • Federal and State Fingerprinting Background Checks • Drug screening (Pre-Employment and Random)To apply, please submit your resume (required) and cover letter (required) using the application buttons below. To view a summary of employee benefits and learn more about our company culture, visit www.boardofchildcare.org/careers. The Board of Child Care is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity. All eligible candidates, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply for vacancies as appropriate.700 Brown Road, Martinsburg, WV 25404Board of Child Carehttps://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/5061209