The CMO Associate Director of Prevention is responsible for the daily supervision of Family Services Counselor Supervisors in the agency prevention programs (FAST, STEPS, and Post Reunification Program), providing training and guidance in case management activities, court functions as needed and assisting the Director of CMO with ensuring compliance of all internal and external policies and procedures.
Essential duties and responsibilities
Follows all program, agency, and contractual guidelines. Recognizes and reports signs and symptoms of abuse and neglect. Demonstrates appropriate responsibility in collecting and reporting client data in accordance with the policy and procedures. Pull daily, weekly monthly FSFN Reports in the absence of QA staff Review legal reports, documents, logs and other records prepared by the Family Services Counselor Supervisor as needed. Assist and provide guidance on complex protective supervision cases. Assist with arrangements for emergency placement with at-risk children. Ensure accurate Daniel QI Reports in the absence of QA staff. Attend court hearings with/for Family Service Counselors, as needed. Attend MDT and IPT staffings as needed. Accept and transfer cases as needed. Prepare activities reports (as required). Participate in the selection and hiring of staff. Evaluate staff performance. Monitors data results and intervenes as necessary. Ensure prompt and accurate response to FSS data Reports in the absence of the QA staff. Completes assignments per department and agency schedules. Responsible for special project initiatives as directed by FSS Ensure Supervisory Reviews are completed. Provides unit supervision coverage, as needed. Program representative in the community (i.e., staffings, court, events, etc). in the absence of the CMO Director. Provides program leadership at all times, specifically in the absence of the CMO Director. Models appropriate and professional behavior (i.e., dress, habits, personality, tact, etc.) Relates with clients, parents, peers and the general public in a respectful and professional manner in person and phone interaction. Performs other duties that may be assigned. Proficient in computer programs and software
Must have Active Child Welfare Certification in order to be considered Excellent written and verbal communication skills Proficient in computer programs and software
Education and Experience
BA / BS degree from an accredited college or university. 3+ years of experience working with at-risk youth and families, preferably in a supervisory capacity.
Salary: TBD based upon relevant education and experience.