Supervisor CSEC Programs
Orangewood Foundation

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Post Date: Oct 29, 2020
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: ASAP
Salary: $55,000 - $60,000
Location: US - California - Santa Ana
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The Supervisor of CSEC Programs is responsible for providing Program oversite across all CSEC Program sites and direct supervision and support to CSEC Program staff. This position requires a flexible schedule and is part of a rotating on call roster providing coverage across all CSEC Programs including afterhours and weekends.

Provide Leadership to CSEC Program Staff
•Hire and retain a team of staff who are knowledgeable of issues affecting CSEC and can support youth who have experienced trafficking or are at-risk of being trafficked.
•Provide supervision, guidance, coaching, and training to Program staff.
•In partnership with the Program Director develop relationships and communicate with community partners to maintain and expand referral and resource base.
•Oversee interns and survivor peer mentors on specified projects.
•Schedule and facilitate team meetings and weekly individual/group supervisions.
•Provide feedback and oversight to staff, including performance reviews.
•Provide crisis intervention, as needed, to support the operations of the Program.
•Provide after hours on-call response to emergency situations.
•Development and continuous updating of Program policies and procedure, ensuring all Program staff are knowledgeable of processes and expectations and the fidelity of organizational policies across all program sites.
•Work within established budgets and manage program expenses.

•Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Sociology, Social Work, Education, Psychology, or related field required.
•Minimum of 3-5 years of experience providing support to youth who have been sexually exploited.
•Minimum of 2-5 years supervisory experience.
•Have an understanding of systemic issues which impact CSEC such as issues with social services, law enforcement, criminal and civil legal systems.

•Responds appropriately and with sensitivity to youth in crisis or experiencing mental, physical, emotional or behavioral distress and uses a variety of methods to offer short term, immediate assistance.
•Ability to work sensitively with traumatized youth using a trauma informed, survivor centered and harm reduction approach.

Contact Details
Name: Joy Corpora