Reports to:Associate DirectorLocation/ Work Arrangement:Tampa, FLSalary Minimum:$66,400 Salary Maximum:$83,000
Imagine waking up every morning with the chance to change someone's life. Imagine knowing your efforts will benefit both your career and our neighbors around the world. At CWS, our team knows they are making a difference every day. Whether you're in our U.S.-based offices supporting refugees, asylees or unaccompanied children ... implementing hygiene initiatives in Cambodia or rebuilding projects in Central America ... or even connecting remotely from your home on fundraising campaigns, grant reports, or critical communications - you have the opportunity to work towards a world where everyone has food, a voice and a safe place to call home.
The Intensive Case Management Supervisor will provide programmatic oversight and direct supervision of Intensive Case Managers providing intensive post-reunification support and home study services to unaccompanied children and their sponsors at our Jacksonville and Tampa offices. The Supervisor provides weekly supervision, technical assistance and training to staff. The Supervisor ensures provision of trauma-informed, strengths-based services that support the safety and stabilization and access to resources of unaccompanied children and their families. The Supervisor works collaboratively with the CWS national HSPRS team to coordinate case acceptance, training and technical assistance, and submit reports, as needed.
Provide oversight of Level 3 Post Release Services, intensive case management in Jacksonville and Tampa
Oversees casework that provides crisis intervention, safety planning and interdisciplinary collaboration to stabilize UC in crisis. Caseworker includes support adapting to the placement and integration of the UC to the home and community including resource linkage
Oversees home studies and ensures they are comprehensive, culturally sensitive, trauma-informed and strengths-based assessment of the sponsor and minor
Ensures compliance with Policy and Procedure in accordance with Cooperative Agreement for the delivery of the Home Study and Post Release Service program in a uniform manner
Elevates the visibility of the HSPRS program within the office and local community to increase access to supportive services for unaccompanied children
Conducts outreach and education among local service providers and systems (CPS, for example) to improve awareness and understanding of challenges facing unaccompanied children
Actively engages stakeholders such as CPS, behavioral health providers to increase and enhance services and support available to UC requiring intensive case management
Support the transition of the HSPRS program from national to local implementation
Work collaboratively with the national network of HSPRS providers to pilot PRS Expansion service model including
Monitor for program compliance and timeliness of deliverables; address deficiencies in a timely manner
Reviews and approves all PRS reports in a timely manner and ensures quality of care to unaccompanied children and their families
Ensure timely submission of Notices of Concern to CWS and the donor to document serious incidents involving unaccompanied minors
Provide data to national HSPRS team for quarterly and annual reporting to the donor
Prepare for on-site and desktop monitoring by CWS national HSPRS team and ORR per request from National Team
Work collaboratively with national HSPRS team to create and implement continuous quality improvement initiatives
Participate in network meetings and activities with the national HSPRS team
Provides oversight of Intensive Case Managers providing service to unaccompanied children in Jacksonville and Tampa
Responsible for timely recruitment and onboarding of highly qualified direct service staff positions
Supports the onboarding of new staff and works in collaboration with the National team
Ensure staff meet donor requirements and satisfactory completion of pre-service training requirements in accordance with Cooperative Agreement
Promote staff safety and well-being and participate in creating standard operating procedures and training materials that reinforce the same
Regularly supports staff in responding appropriately (crisis intervention and safety planning) to crisis situations (abuse, trafficking, exploitation, etc.), that arise with children and sponsors and seek technical support as needed from HSPRS national team
Support staff in managing required caseload to meet capacity goals. Support staff in resolving capacity issues
Conduct Performance Management Activities
Serve as a mandated reporter and ensure reporting of suspected abuse or neglect by all staff
Other duties as assigned
Master's degree in social work, psychology, sociology, or other relevant behavioral science in which clinical experience is a program requirement, plus at least two years of postgraduate direct clinical service experience. Must have prior supervisory experience.
A minimum of three years case management experience
Experience providing post-reunification support, casework documentation, working with children and youth, family reunification/preservation, and/or foster care/child welfare and previous work experience with foreign born youth is required.
Experience conducting home study assessments (for UC, adoption or foster care) highly preferred
A minimum of two years of prior supervisory experience,
Prior experience networking and building relationships across organizations or programs is required.
Prior experience collaborating with stakeholders in complex interventions with clients
Extensive experience and comfort conducting home visiting is required
Superior written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to track and analyze data and adjust plans to ensure performance.
Strong writing skills
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
Experience using database for client record keeping
Organized and ability to work in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment.
Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment required.
Possess and maintain active clinical licensure in Florida (LCSW). CWS does not offer educational credit hours through its training to sustain licensing requirements but can support the licensing fee through available PD stipend.
Fluency in English and Spanish;
Valid driver's license and insurance.
Must be comfortable conducting visits in the client's home, including in unfamiliar areas. Must be able to travel frequently and independently often with limited notice. Must be comfortable conducting home visits in the community in diverse areas of socio-economic backgrounds.
Must be able to work evenings and weekends as assigned.
Successfully pass PREA, FBI criminal and Child Abuse and Neglect Checks
CWS offers a competitive benefits package that includes: - 403 (b) Retirement Plan - Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance - Generous Paid TimeOff (21 Paid Days Off;27 Days after 2Years) - 14OfficialHolidays - Sick Time Off (12 Accrued monthly) - Life Insurance and AD&D - Long Term and Short-Term Disability - Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - Health Savings Account - Flexible Spending Accounts - Commuter Benefits