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Program Supervisor (Safe Way Forward) *Sign-On Bonus Eligible*

Company: Children's Aid
Location: Bronx
Posted on: May 12, 2022

Job Description:

Program Supervisor (Safe Way Forward) *Sign-On Bonus Eligible* 3/22/22Full Time--Bronx#### Job ID: 004853#### Description:**Program Description:**** **The Children's Aid Safe Way Forward Program (SWF) provides child welfare involved families affected by intimate partner violence (IPV) with comprehensive general prevention services including case management and therapeutic intervention services to address the IPV. This joint prevention-clinical services model offers comprehensive trauma-informed services to the whole family, including the survivor of IPV, the person causing harm (PCH), and to children exposed to the IPV/DV in the home. Our range of services includes in-home visitation, crisis intervention, case management, advocacy, trauma-informed individual counseling, group counseling/education, and referral to other appropriate services. The SWF program will serve a total of 65 families residing in the Bronx.**Position Summary:** The Program Supervisor will provide direct supervision to a team of two case planners and two clinicians working to provide an array of comprehensive trauma-informed, client-centered, and anti-oppressive services to child welfare involved survivors of intimate partner violence, their children, and child welfare involved parents who have caused harm in their relationship and to their children. The Program Supervisor will report to the Assistant Program Director. **Responsibilities:**** *** Oversee service delivery to 20-25 families in the Bronx; * Provide individual, weekly supervision to a team of case planners and clinicians with required written documentation of supervision on all cases in real time; * Support staff development and competencies on casework best practice working with child welfare involved families affected by intimate partner violence, with a focus on engaging the whole family, including the survivor, the person causing harm, and their children exposed to the violence; * Collaborate with SWF leadership in the development of trauma-informed individualized, group, and parent-child clinical intervention services; and in the development of case planning intake, and clinical assessment and trauma screening tools; * Support training/professional development of clinician practice skills in accordance with client-centered, trauma-informed treatment modalities and evidence-based/informed treatment models for individual, group, and dyadic therapeutic interventions, and 26-week abuse intervention/accountability program curriculums; * Work closely with program leadership and other staff concerning ongoing program development and coordination of services; * Participate in client sessions and conferences as needed, which includes joint home visits, Family Team Conferences and other conferences with ACS partners; * Serve as the liaison to other professional staff, parents, and children as appropriate, and provide outreach to the community for linkages, referrals, and agency visibility; * Collaborate with Assistant Director to prepare statistical reports in collaboration with the CQI Director, including but not limited to: utilization, case records, supervisory documentation, staff evaluations, and other data as required; * Oversee utilization of agency and community resources for children and their families as well as compliance with all accountability regulations and procedures of ACS and Children's Aid; * Ensure a culture of strengths-based, respectful, anti-oppressive, and culturally relevant service delivery to a diverse group of primarily low income, child welfare system-involved families; * Participate in all regularly scheduled staff, supervision, case review, administrative, and agency meetings; * Manage and ensure timely submission of clinical case note documentation and record keeping in accordance with HIPAA compliance standards; * Perform other duties as needed.**Qualifications:**** *** Bilingual in Spanish/English**required**.**** * Bilingual in French/French Creole**strongly recommended**.**** * Master's degree in social work, mental health, or other related field**required**; LCSW preferred. * Minimum of 2 years of supervisory experience. * Minimum of 3 years post-MSW experience required, clinical counseling experience in mental health, victim services, and/or social service fields**strongly recommended**. * Experience working with adults who have caused harm in their relationships and/or have experience working with abuse/batterer intervention programming (BIP)**strongly recommended**. * Prior experience providing prevention and intervention services to underserved families affected by intimate partner violence using a trauma-informed, client-centered, anti-oppressive approach. * Knowledge of child development and trauma-informed practice as well as family systems, relational and attachment theories and framework. * Strong knowledge of Preventive Services, child welfare, and ACS mandates. * Knowledge of the intersection of domestic violence services systems and child welfare providers**strongly recommended**. * Flexibility and ability to work under pressure, relate to families in crisis, and at risk of child placement due to neglect/abuse. * Work experience in community- and neighborhood-based programs. * Knowledge of the ACS CONNECTIONS and PROMIS systems. * Ability to work 1-2 evenings/week as needed and maintain a flexible work schedule. * Excellent oral and written communication skills. * Excellent organizational and management skills. #### Requirements:Job Type Full TimeLocation --Bronx###

Keywords: Children's Aid, New Rochelle , Program Supervisor (Safe Way Forward) *Sign-On Bonus Eligible*, Other , Bronx, New York

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