Program Coordinator
St. Dominic's Family Services
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Post Date: Mar 12, 2021
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: ASAP
Salary: - n/a -
Location: US - New York - Bronx
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The Program Coordinator provides supervision and oversight of the program. The Program Coordinator supports and trains staff to deliver services in a trauma informed, culturally and linguistically competent manner within the context of the home, community and school. The Program Coordinator will assist staff to render services that are developmentally appropriate, child specific, family focus, community based , culturally sensitive, in collaboration with a multi-system approach to build on the strengths of the caregiver/family and child/youth to meet the mental health, social and physical needs. The Program Coordinator’s responsibilities also include but not limited to reconciliation of fiscal concerns, address staff and clients concerns, monitor the incident reporting process, complete staff performance evaluation, review and approve progress notes, approve staff timesheets. The Program Coordinator is required to work at sundry locations as necessary and work flexible schedule when requested.

Duties & Responsibilities:
-Expeditious assigning cases based on the OLP recommendations
-Assignment of cases based on internal weight list and Missing Case Assignment list
-Work closely with Intake Specialist to monitor referrals
-Perform duties as a member of an interdisciplinary team to supervise designated staff under the direct line of supervision
-Carry out the policies and procedures of the program
-Monitor and ensure that staff received Agency Training
-Complete staff performance evaluation in a timely and accurate manner
-Carry out disciplinary actions of staff when necessary
-Teach staff to deliver services in a trauma informed, culturally, and linguistically competent manner
-Provide supervision to staff as they implement services within the context of the Treatment Plan Duration, -Frequency and Scope
-Provide staff with the information to promote their skills in achieving the goal of restoring, rehabilitate and support the child/youth in their development
-Assist staff to establish support networks, build and enhance engagement and professional relationship with child/youth to facilitate participation in service
-Complete weekly program reports
-Maintain a roster of members in the program, assigned services and cases that are waiting service assignment
-Assignment of cases to staff in order to provide services.
-Follow-up on staff to ensure that services are delivered as outlined in the treatment plan
-Monitor staff to ensure that when cases are assigned contacts are made with the family according to program timeframe
-Monitor and ensure that staff completes progress notes within 48-hours following service delivery
-Ensure that staff received training in care logic and ADP
-Review/approve progress notes in Carelogic
-Serve as a liaison with subcontractors and community interest
-Provide emergency program coverage, including but not limited to crisis response services and monitoring the Crisis phone on a rotating basis
-Assist the staff with learning generalized coping strategies and social interpersonal skills to be shared with the child/youth in the home, community, and school setting
-Participate in the hiring process of staff
-Participate in the resolution of grievances leveled by persons served
-Work flexible hours as needed
-Perform other duties as assigned

Education & Experience:
-A New York State LMSW, LCSW, LMFT, or LMHC required
-Two years supervisory experience working with children with serious emotional issues, foster care or residential settings required.   
-Positions in Lower Hudson Valley required a valid, non-restricted Driver License
-Bilingual preferred

Contact Details
Name: Ruth Ramirez
Address: 1 Fordham Plaza
Ph: 7182959112135