Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 25-May-2018 to 24-Jun-2018
  • - Children’s Bureau, Inc.
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Full Time

Director Career Opportunity Where You Can Strategically Make a Difference 
As our successful Director you would provide program leadership and oversight to a team of Case Managers to ensure positive client outcomes and effective fiscal performance.  Specifically, you would be responsible for the following:
Leadership / Management (55 %)
•  Provide the overall strategy and goals for the Program
•  Ensure grantor / customer satisfaction
•  Ensure staff are meeting work product expectations
•  Hire, develop, hold accountable and if necessary, terminate Program staff
•  Mentor and coach staff through training, inspiration, motivation and encouragement
•  Hold staff accountable to service standards and ensure the processes and procedures are followed according to program standards
•  Oversee vendors to ensure client information, and inquiries are managed in accordance with DCS goals and outcomes
•  Respond to crisis calls from program staff 
•  Work within the structure of DCS Region and broker community
Relationship Development (25 %)
•  Build and maintain a strong network of relationships– DCS, foster parents, mental health agencies, schools and community agencies
•  Regularly collaborate and communicate to maintain and establish a strong referral network
•  Deliver educational presentations throughout the community to support recruitment
•  Proactively market and sell the program through one-on-one interactions
Financials (10 %)
•  Responsible for billing, budgets and contractual relationships within the program
Reporting (10 %)
•  Compile and analyze the data for recruitment and retention goals and outcomes
•  Maintain case and agency paperwork according to standards
Job requirements
•  A Master's degree in Social Work
•  Minimum of one (1) year paid, supervised case work experience in a Child Placing Agency
•  Must be at least 21 years of age  
•  A valid driver's license and proof of insurance
•  Expert technology skills with mastery of entire Microsoft Suite including internet and email
•  Clear, effective communications skills
•  Knowledge of and adherence to current confidentiality practices
•  Appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences 
In terms of prior work experience, we prefer that you have worked in the field of adoption and/or child welfare.  
Our ideal Director of Foster Care would carry out their responsibilities while displaying the following key behavioral competencies:
•  Strategic visioning, planning and results-orientation
•  Personal accountability to pursue high standards focusing on meaningful outcomes to drive and implement necessary changes.
•  Creation and maintenance of systems for talent management, fiscal accountability and relationship building
•  Organizational discipline and execution
•  Ability to quickly reprioritize tasks and address emergent situations
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