HF/TIP Morris Program Supervisor

LOCATION: Dover/Hybrid, NJ- Hybrid (Office/Remote) Work Environment

CLASSIFICATION: Full-Time/Exempt- 37.5 hours/week

ANNUAL SALARY: $50k-$55K *signing bonus*

PRIMARY FUNCTION:  Responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Healthy Families/TANF Initiative for Parents program of Morris County, including ongoing, intensive, professional supervision to direct service staff; direct services to clients, community relations, data collection and programmatic reporting.


  • Provide direct supervision to the Family Support Workers (FSW)
  • Adhere to all Healthy Families New Jersey policy standards
  • Maintain supervision documentation updated, organized, and properly stored
  • Prepare and provide all reports required by the agency and funder
  • Utilize the FamSys database to monitor staff and program performance
  • Assist with interviewing and selection of staff and provide staff orientation and onboarding
  • Assign clients to Family Support Workers
  • Meet weekly with Family Support Workers to review family case plans, progress and any problems directed not only toward assuring quality or service provision, but also toward protecting the integrity and respect of the families served
  • Coordinate all data collection for evaluation of outcomes and program success
  • Shadow FSWs twice per year
  • Schedule and coordinate all HF/TIP-E parent workshops and events
  • Conduct team meetings and provide on-going staff development
  • Provide daily support, problem-solving, and crisis management while exercising prudent judgment
  • Cultivate and maintain community relationships and act as a liaison with community partners
  • Ensure that all staff receive appropriate Healthy Families America and Prevent Child Abuse New Jersey trainings in a timely manner
  • Provide parent advocacy services with community agencies/referrals
  • Track expenses and periodically review program budget status. Create spending plans in accordance with program activities and with approval of direct supervisor
  • Monitor health trends within the service population
  • Engage in continuous quality improvement activities
  • Handle other assignments as requested

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:   Work is performed in a variety of office, health care and community settings; may involve bending, color identification, gripping with hands and fingers, hearing voice conversation, keyboarding, kneeling, lifting up to 35 pounds, pulling, pushing, reaching, sitting, standing, stooping and walking.  Successful performance requires specific vision abilities that include close vision.  The employee will attend meetings at a variety of places and will need to drive.  Occasional stair climbing is required.

WORK REQUIREMENTS:  There are no unusual work conditions.  Noise level at work is moderate.  The employee will experience outside weather conditions while in transit to and from meetings or during special events. This position requires the employee to own a functional vehicle, maintain a valid driver’s license and updated vehicle registration and insurance at all times.

PHYSICAL EXAMINATION:  Offer of employment is contingent upon final candidate’s successful completion of a physical examination.

MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in human services or fields related to working with children and families; Bachelor’s degree with 3 years of relevant experience.


  • Four years of administrative experience, community organization, and staff supervision experience
  • Familiarity with Morris County
  • Computer literacy
  • Solid understanding and experience in managing and motivating staff as well as providing support in stressful work environments
  • Knowledge of infant/child development and parent-child attachment
  • Experience with family services that 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 visitation with a strong background in prevention services to the 0-3 age population preferred
  • Infant mental health endorsement level III or IV preferred
  • Experience with reflective practice preferred
  • Flexible availability to include weeknight/weekend hours as allowed by agency policy
  • Travel throughout New Jersey to obtain required trainings for the model and/or agency

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