Program Supervisor THP-NMD
My Brother's Keeper Transitional Housing

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Post Date: Jun 05, 2024
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: ASAP
Salary: Annual Salary: $75-85K
Location: US - California - San Diego
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Are you looking for a dynamic organization that values your person and your talent. An organization that is passionate about ensuring foster youth successfully transition from dependance to independence.
My Brother’s Keeper is a new organization with plans for rapid expansion which will create many opportunities for career advancement.
Love, respect, and acceptance are a few of our strongest values. We work as a team to faithfully serve and empower our youth. We strive for excellence and are committed to continuous improvement.
The Program Supervisor is responsible for managing the overall day to day operation of the THP-NMD housing program, including recruitment, onboarding, intake, retention, supervision of THP-NMD staff program development, training, coach, lead and supervise case management, ensure the adherence of compliance policies and overall operations within the MBK THP-NMD Program.
•Provide on-going supervision to THP-NMD Case Managers, Housing Specialist, and other supportive staff by providing effective feedback and guidance.
•Develop and maintain effective working relationships with community partners including County Social Work and Probation staff and supervisors.
•Provide consistent, effective and improvement coaching and support, develop staff professional development plans, conduct quarterly, annual performance evaluation plans and assist in the interviewing process.
•Effectively manage team and oversee day to day operations to ensure baseline assessments, documentation are accurate and completed in a timely manner.
•Administer all scheduling of employees, maintain adequate ratios of staff to youth
•Maintain budgetary responsibilities and management within approved guidelines.
•Attend monthly, quarterly, and yearly collaborative meetings with DFCS, County, any support team, audit and CFT meetings, team meetings and effectively implementing findings and learnings.
•Ensure that all employees complete initial training, CE requirements and all compliance trainings quarterly and yearly trainings on time
•Execute and maintain responsibility of monthly, quarterly reviews and completion of county, state reporting’s, outcome metrics, program development, training and interventions
•Oversee and effectively conduct weekly one on ones with case managers, conduct weekly/monthly meetings with staff to review overall business state of being, youth progress, updates and review and discuss overall case manager performance.
•Responsible for reviewing and approving all documentation including but not limited to care and services plans, assessments, and progress notes, TILPs, CFT meetings, NSPs, Housing Plans, Housing Inspections, all Crisis Incident Reports (CIR/SIR), ensure proper submission into ETO system database and state reporting, documentation to CCL and CFT support team and Placement Workers
•Ensure staff are meeting client documentation expectations and deadlines daily, weekly, and monthly maintaining quality of work, accuracy
•Oversee and assist youth’s intake, onboarding process, documentation, conduct initial assessments, treatment and service plan, and coordinate and manage youth moving arrangements
•Cultivate a strong relationship with the Program Director, Program Coordinator, Executive Director and all management team to provide leadership to the organization’s programs guidelines and values.

•Full-time management position and the need to work a flexible schedule with some evenings and weekends
•When understaffed assume half a caseload in THP-NMD and perform all case management duties for assigned youth
•Open availability for all Crisis Intervention support
•Keep census at full capacity
•Other program duties may be assigned by the Program Director and Program Coordinator

EXPERIENCE: Must have THP-NMD experience. Minimum of 3 years of full-time social work or case management experience. Strong knowledge of adolescent care and development, community resources, and case management skills and all required THP-NMD-CCL state and county reporting, Preferred some supervisor or management experience. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred
EDUCATION: Master’s Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, or related field required