Program Supervisor-Healthy Families Passaic
LOCATION: Hybrid/Irvington, NJ
CLASSIFICATION: Full-time/Exempt- 37.5 hours/week
ANNUAL SALARY: $45K-$50K
JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for providing ongoing, intensive, and professional supervision to the Healthy Families-Passaic County program staff. This may include one or both components of service, family support or assessment.
- Provide direct supervision ofthe home visitors through individual reflective supervision, team meetings and group supervisions.
- Assist with interviewing and selection of staff, provide staff orientation, ongoing professional development Ensure staff attend and complete all required model trainings through Prevent Child Abuse-NJ and other agencies.
- Assign cases to home visitors in alignment with model caseload requirements.
- Meet weekly with Family Support Workers/ Parent educator 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.
- Prepare and provide all reports required by the agency and funder.
- Schedule and coordinate all PC HF-TIP parent workshops and events.
- Provide daily support, problem-solving, and crisis management while exercising prudent judgment.
- Utilize the FamSys and PatSys database and SPECT referral system to monitor program performance.
- Participate in all meetings required from agency, funder and/or model developers.
- Cultivate and maintain community relationships and act as a liaison with community partners.
- Provide parent advocacy services with community agencies/referrals.
- Monitor health trends within the service population.
- Handle other assignments as requested.
Candidates for this position must be willing and able to complete several multi-day core trainings and other trainings required for the position virtually or in person.
- Bachelor’s degree with 5 years of relevant experience; Master’s degree in Human Services or related field preferred.
- Bilingual preferred (English /Spanish).
- Three years supervisory experience; administrative experience in human services programs.
- Knowledge of maternal-infant health and concepts of child abuse/neglect.
- Willingness and commitment to reflective practice.
- Experience working with high needs/risk families and with culturally diverse communities/families. Ability to be culturally sensitive.
- Solid understanding and experience in managing/motivating diverse staff as well as providing support in stressful working environments with humility.
- Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.
- Computer literacy in MS Office.
- Infant Mental Health Endorsement preferred.
This position reports to the Director of Community Programs.
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