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Position
Program Manager, SAFY
Type
Full-time
Organization
SAFY of Cincinnati
Location
Cincinnati, OH
Job Summary

SAFY is seeking a full-time Program Manager for the In-Home Based Services Program for our Cincinnati division in Ohio.

 As a Program Manager, you will be responsible for the treatment and quality of care for the youth living with varied family arrangements needing professional supports to stabilize. Provide continuous direction, assistance, and clinical oversight to those supervised. Accountable for the fiscal viability of the division.

Job Description

SAFY is seeking a full-time Program Manager for the In-Home Based Services Program for our Cincinnati division in Ohio.

 As a Program Manager, you will be responsible for the treatment and quality of care for the youth living with varied family arrangements needing professional supports to stabilize. Provide continuous direction, assistance, and clinical oversight to those supervised. Accountable for the fiscal viability of the division.

Who We Are 

At SAFY, our mission is Preserving Families & Securing Futures. For over 35 years, our work has rested on a single, radical idea – children belong in families. We believe that every child and family deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential. We are an extraordinary team of 500 employees in seven states providing services such as Family Preservation & Reunification, Behavioral Health, Therapeutic Foster Care, Adoption Services and Older Youth Services so the families and children we serve can build resilience and thrive.  

 What You’ll Do 

Clinical:

  • Directly involved in crisis intervention.
  • Meet Divisional/Program quality, business, and clinical annual goals.
  • Provide clinical supervision to clinical staff by adhering to clinical supervision model.
  • Maintain a caseload and provide services for 2-3 families using the IHBT framework

Compliance/Reporting:

  • Responsible to ensure that youth, family, and other client files are in compliance at all times. Establish a routine schedule for performing file audits with the appropriate risk assessment staff.
  • Ensure continued quality improvement of division.
  • Oversee compliance for Mental Health Utilization.  
  • Prepare reports, as required, in a timely manner.

Supervisory:

  • Lead, coach and develop a high-performance divisional team. Provide direction to staff in the form of answers to problems and advice with staff performance and youth issues. Establish performance goals for the division and monitor progress.
  • Interview candidates applying for assigned clinical and non-clinical positions in the division. Responsible for the training of assigned staff, which includes, thorough and complete training for new employees and assuring that the current staff receive appropriate continuing education. Assign and evaluate performance goals, conduct monthly supervision, and perform scheduled evaluations for all direct reports. Establish work schedules and on call rotation among staff to assure coverage of the division.
  • Supervise treatment plan development and reviews. Provides supervisory and clinical backup support for the needs of treatment foster parents and staff.
  • Fill in for various positions during absence of vacancy of such. 
  • Conducts division treatment team meetings.
  • Address both the clinical and operational issues within the program.
  • Work with the Treatment Director and/or Executive Director/Assistant Executive Director and finance department to develop an annual operating budget and work within that budget once approved. Review monthly financial information and make suggestions when necessary.

Other:

  • Establish and maintain a positive working relationship with all levels of SAFY staff by participating in joint meetings, and problem identification and resolution.
  • Establish and maintain a supportive and positive working relationship with youth, referring agencies, and other SAFY stake holders.
  • Attend relevant in-house and external seminars, trainings, conferences and workshops to develop and enhance knowledge in the designated area as well as achieve relevant education hours per year to enhance professional and job-related skills.
  • Attend all leadership meetings.
  • Attends required meetings within division, region, and central office (team and/or community partners).
  • Participate in assigned committees and chairs if so appointed. If appointed, maintains liaisons with state and national organizations.
  • Meets regularly with supervisor to discuss issues and performance.
  • Submit monthly/quarterly reports to immediate supervisor.
  • Sensitive and responsive to the cultural differences of staff, SAFY youth, referral sources, and the public.
  • Conduct new staff orientation training as necessary.
  • Provide on call response for assigned region(s).
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

 What You Bring 

We are looking for amazing people who have diverse backgrounds and experiences, are inspired by our mission and are highly motivated to serve the children and families in our care. You’ll be right at home if you learn from failure and overcome adversity, cultivate strong relationships, understand the power of diversity, advocate for equity, aspire to lead through inclusion, and push yourself, your work and the people around you to the next level. 

Qualifications 

  • LSW or LPC required.  LISW or LPCC preferred.
  • Master’s degree in the field of social work, counseling, psychology, or other license-eligible related field of human services
  • Three years of experience in the field of social services including community based services; one year being in a supervisory/administrative capacity and two years being in providing direct care services.

 

What We Offer 

  • Targeted hiring range: $53,000 - $63,500
    • Compensation is commensurate with transferrable experience, education, and licensure of candidate, along with internal equity and budgeted amount for the role. 
  • Comprehensive benefit plan options including medical, dental, vision, disability, life insurance and flexible spending account options 
  • 401(k) Retirement plan with company match 
  • 12 paid holidays per year and generous sick & vacation time 
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Adoption assistance 
  • Referral bonus program 
  • Leave donation program 
  • Professional Development & reimbursement for outside clinical supervision 
  • Mileage reimbursement 
  • Company paid cell phone or stipend 

 

SAFY is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to maintaining a non-discriminatory work environment. SAFY does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, arrest record, conviction record, or any other personal characteristic protected by applicable law. This policy covers all programs, services, policies, and procedures of SAFY, including recruiting, hiring, training, promotion, and administering all personnel actions, such as compensation, benefits, transfers, layoffs or terminations. 

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