FIELD SUPERVISOR SOUTHERN MAINE
Woodfords Family Services - Maine

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DESCRIPTION

Woodfords Family Services' In-Home Support department is seeking creative, commited and motivated individual interested in working with children and families to join them as a Field Supervisor located in the Southern Maine area.

DUTIES

The Field Supervisor's duties include:
1. Oversee delivery of services for a caseload of at least 385 billable hours per month.
2. Supervise all staff assigned to caseload through monthly face-to-face meetings with each assigned direct care staff per month for observation of staff with consumer.
3. Meet at least once per month face-to-face with each parent/guardian of assigned consumers to monitor satisfaction of service delivery.
4. As part of a treatment team, review and update quarterly goals and objectives and annual service plans. Submit quarterly and annual plans to Assistant Director for review in a manner which allows for submission to DHHS ten (10) business days prior to the due date.
5. Oversee implementation of mutually agreed upon goals and objectives that allow consumer independent growth in areas of daily living skills, social interaction, communication, behavior skills and safety skills.
6. Maintain all consumer records (log books) documentation, schedules and log sheets to ascertain compliance with recommended practice and DHHS, Program and MaineCare requirements.
7. Coordinate the intake process and initial services for families referred by DHHS and deemed eligible for Section 28 services through Woodfords Family Services within the 30-day guideline, as established by DHHS.
8. Attend Regional Provider meetings as requested by the Assistant Director
9. Make sure that all direct care staff are kept up-to-date on changes to policies, procedures and/or paperwork requirements. Provide necessary paperwork to direct staff as needed or requested.
10. Actively support Woodfords Family Services fundraising endeavors.
11. Seek professional growth through reading, attending workshops, seminars, conferences and/or advanced course work.

QUALIFICATIONS

Candidates must posses a BA or BS in a human services or social services field AND have at least one year of related supervisory experience. Candidate must be a licensed social worker (LSW or LSX).

Other Requirements:
  • A valid State of Maine driver's license, an acceptable driving record, use of a reliable vehicle, and be willing to travel over multiple counties.
  • The ability to interact, develop and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, families, in-home support staff and other service providers.
  • Excellent communication skills in writing, speaking and listening.
  • Knowledge of typical and atypical child development, developmental disabilities and delays, and the development and functioning of family systems.
  • Computer Experience in Microsoft Word, Excel and Access programming, and knowledge of data entry, word-processing, spreadsheet, maintaining database and mail merge.
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule that could include evenings or weekends.
  • Must be an American citizen or maintain legal alien status.
The Field Supervisor's duties include:
1. Oversee delivery of services for a caseload of at least 385 billable hours per month.
2. Supervise all staff assigned to caseload through monthly face-to-face meetings with each assigned direct care staff per month for observation of staff with consumer.
3. Meet at least once per month face-to-face with each parent/guardian of assigned consumers to monitor satisfaction of service delivery.
4. As part of a treatment team, review and update quarterly goals and objectives and annual service plans. Submit quarterly and annual plans to Assistant Director for review in a manner which allows for submission to DHHS ten (10) business days prior to the due date.
5. Oversee implementation of mutually agreed upon goals and objectives that allow consumer independent growth in areas of daily living skills, social interaction, communication, behavior skills and safety skills.
6. Maintain all consumer records (log books) documentation, schedules and log sheets to ascertain compliance with recommended practice and DHHS, Program and MaineCare requirements.
7. Coordinate the intake process and initial services for families referred by DHHS and deemed eligible for Section 28 services through Woodfords Family Services within the 30-day guideline, as established by DHHS.
8. Attend Regional Provider meetings as requested by the Assistant Director
9. Make sure that all direct care staff are kept up-to-date on changes to policies, procedures and/or paperwork requirements. Provide necessary paperwork to direct staff as needed or requested.
10. Actively support Woodfords Family Services fundraising endeavors.
11. Seek professional growth through reading, attending workshops, seminars, conferences and/or advanced course work.

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