Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 08-May-2020 to 07-Jun-2020
  • - Children’s Bureau, Inc.
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Full Time

This position is critical for providing program leadership and oversight to produce positive client outcomes and desired fiscal performance in residential programs; with a primary focus on successfully maintaining oversight and staffing of the units. The Residential Program Director will also provide training, direct consultation, and certification evaluations to all Teaching Family Model program staff. The Residential Program Directors will work in collaboration with Clinical Program Director and Access Program Director to achieve desired program goals.

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
• Provide training, mentoring, coaching, and motivation  to program staff regarding the Teaching Family Model
• Periodically observe staff practice and provide direct consultation to program staff regarding compliance with Teaching Family Model principles
• Provide semi-annual certification evaluations for all program staff
• Hold staff accountable to contractual service standards and ensure the processes and procedures are followed according to program standards
• Ensure program compliance with Teaching Family Model principles and accreditation expectations
• Respond to crisis calls from program staff
• Work within the structure of DCS Region and Teaching Family Model
Relationship Development (25 %)
• Build and maintain a strong network of relationships– DCS, foster parents, biological families, 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
• Compile and report Teaching Family Model data/outcome expectations
• Maintain case and agency paperwork according to standards
To be successful in this role, you need to have the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities:
• Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or a related Social Services field is required, Masters Degree is preferred
• A valid driver's license and proof of insurance
• Previous leadership experience in a residential setting preferred
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Effective organization & time management skills
• Candidates must be at least 21 years of age
• Knowledge regarding the Teaching Family Model
• Knowledge  regarding social service systems within the state
• Knowledge of personal computers and mobile devices
• Expert technology skills with mastery of entire Microsoft Suite including Internet and email
• Financial acumen including budgeting, billing and vendor management
• Teamwork and collaboration
• Performance management and coaching
• Respect for confidentiality practices
• Appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences
Children's Bureau is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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