Responsible for overseeing the DSS Supervised Family Visitation program. Responsible for assuring the clients have case management and follow up with DSS. Responsible for assuring the clients have supportive services and education as offered by AIM. Responsible for acting as visitation coach and/or recruiting members of the community of faith as volunteers to help with the program in the form of mentoring or other services. Responsible for assisting in the coordination of all strengthening families programs(WACS and AB&E included) and client services within the organization. Will be educated in all AIM program areas; in order to be a liaison in the community.
To provide supportive services to foster self-sufficiency and decrease child abuse.
To create and maintain the best possible relationships with the clients, volunteers, Department of Social Services and the community.
To build support and involvement from the local churches.
To partner with Youth Advocacy Programs in recruiting foster care resources.
Education and experience:
(A) Bachelors level degree from an accredited college (or)
(B) Associate level degree from an accredited college with four years of professional office experience.
(C) Non-profit/Social Services or similar experience is desirable.
Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
(D) Excellent written and oral communications skills.
(E) Knowledge of non-profit industry.
(F) Leadership and organizational skills.
(G) Ability to perform in a self-directed manner. A self-starter.
(H) Must have ability to interact effectively, both internally and externally to Anderson Interfaith Ministries, with people who are diverse in skills, cultures, and authority levels, interests, backgrounds, and economic status, to get tasks accomplished. Must be a team player.
(I) Knowledge of Microsoft Office.
(J) Able to work successfully with varied groups of people.
E-mail resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org