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Date Posted03/09/2023
Job TitleProgram Supervisor for Trauma Systems Therapy
StateNew York
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Responsibilities Include:
• Manage a team of 4 Therapists and 1 Case Aide to provide assessment, goal setting, interventions and case management to prevent foster care and promote wellbeing.
• Learn the TST practice model by participating in training, coaching and case consultation.
• Insure staff fidelity to the TST model: Work within model structure regarding case contacts, interventions, supervision, documentation and length of treatment.
• Commit to becoming a TST expert through weekly meetings with the TST Consultant related to team leadership, supervision, model fidelity and training.
• Participate in weekly TST Team Meetings.
• Provide individual supervision.
• Insure best practices by providing coaching, guidance, direction, support, assistance; and monitoring staff performance.
• Conduct and document monthly supervisory reviews of all cases.
• Work collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team including Psychiatrist/Nurse Practitioner, FTC Facilitator and legal advocate.
• Support staff to assess safety and risk and implement crisis management plans and safety plans as needed.
• Manage crises and provide case coverage as needed.
• Manage intake in absence of Program Director as requested.
• Insure staff engage in professional development as required and indicated by learning needs and goals.
• Manage HR and performance improvement related processes with support of program director.
• Establish communities of care by building effective relationships with significant individuals and service providers in the neighborhoods where families live.
• Collaborate with the Family Team Conference (FTC) Facilitator and insure Family Team
• Conferencing occurs and adheres to best practices; attend conferences when indicated.
• Collaborate with ACS Division of Child Protection and Family Court Legal Services to insure staff attend child safety conferences and court hearings.
• Utilize strategies to incorporate family voice and value of racial equity in program.
• Utilize strategies to develop and maintain a trauma informed environment.
• Responsible for insuring proper and timely utilization of all PROMIS, CONNECTIONS and TST related data base systems and preparation and submission of data reports as applicable.
• Implement strategies to insure staff maintain case record documentation in alignment with ACS, OCFS, TST and agency wide case record review standards.
• Review all assessments, progress notes, Family Assessment and Service Plans (FASPs), TST related documentation and monitor PROMIS data entries.
• Track Key Performance Indicators on quantitative and qualitative outcomes aligned with ACS and model expectations in collaboration with QI.
• Attend supervision and all necessary meetings and trainings.
• Participate in neighborhood-based activities and preventive related advocacy, work groups and coalitions as requested.
• Demonstrate strong sensitivity to cultural and socioeconomic diversity
• Commit to being an active contributor to the vision and mission of the program.
• Work to create and support a respectful learning environment.
• Perform all other duties as assigned.
• Master Degree in Social Work or related field with applicable license.
• LCSW preferred; or commitment to obtain.
• Bilingual Spanish a plus.
• At least 3-5 years previous experience working in a child welfare context.
• Previous direct service work with families.
• Self-initiated, motivated and well-organized.
• Excellent writing and communication skills.
• Facility with OCFS & ACS data systems and Microsoft Office tools.
• Flexibility to work some evening hours to attend conferences, manage crises.

NameTara Benjamin
Company NameSCO Family of Services
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