Company: BCFS Health and Human Services
Position: Assistant Program Director
Assignment: Sponsor Reunification Strike Team – National/United States
Reports to: Associate Executive Director and/or Executive Director
Status: Full Time Exempt
Pay Grade: 12A (Program Director II)
Education: Master's Degree in Social Work (MSW) or equivalent degree in education, psychology, sociology or other relevant behavioral science OR Bachelor's degree in Social Work or equivalent degree in education, psychology, sociology or other relevant behavioral science plus five years of experience working with undocumented alien children and ORR Programs or five years of progressive project management on projects demonstrating advanced levels of financial and managerial responsibilities.
1. Child welfare experience, strongly preferred
2. Experience working with immigrant populations, strongly preferred
3. Experience working with children and families in the home setting preferred.
Supervises: Family Reunification Worker Team Leads
Critical Action Items:
1. Oversees the Sponsor Reunification Strike Team Program and is responsible for ensuring that all guidelines are followed, time frames are met, contract agreements are adhered to, program is following BCFS HHS policies and procedures and that program is meeting all expectations.
2. Serve as the liaison with stakeholders, contractor local staff and Project Officer in Washington DC.
3. Serve as a liaison between Reunification Workers and clients when needed.
4. Available 24/7 to meet to discuss and problem solve any difficult assignments or situations that may occur while Family Reunification Workers are traveling, completing home visits, or communicating with sponsors, minors, and/or shelter staff.
5. Responsible for ensuring office locations reflect BCFS HHS mission; maintain communication with regional office management as needed.
6. Participate in weekly supervision with the Associate Executive Director and/or Executive Director.
7. Participate in training workshops, seminars, education programs and other activities that promote professional growth and development
8. Driving and travel required
1. Submit monthly Census and updates to contractor as required.
2. Efficiently complete assignments, submitting monthly and quarterly reports to reflect program outcomes.
3. Prepare, compile, and submit budget tracking information and spending reports.
4. Having a complete understanding of tasks, and the ability to complete those tasks within the time frames allotted.
5. Demonstrating professionalism at all times when working with clients in the home setting, while in the regional office locations, etc.
6. Complete weekly supervision with Family Reunification Worker Team Leads.
7. Create, provide, and present tr
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