1845 South 9th Avenue
• Primarily responsible for supervising case management staff in the Ounce of Prevention Program who provide services to and conduct home visits for teen and young adult parents and their infant/child in high risk communities. Periodically accompany staff on home visits to ensure program service compliance.
• Responsible for recommending for hire and assigning work to staff and ensuring work is completed in a prompt, professional and accurate manner. Provide training and development, discipline and evaluations of staff performance. Implement departmental policies and procedures.
• Ensure staff maintains up-to-date and accurate client files and databases, as required by agency/programmatic policies and procedures, professional standards, and external requirements of all relevant regulatory, licensing or accrediting bodies.
• Responsible for conducting four monthly Parent Education Groups. Ensure that the Parents as Teachers (PAT) model are followed in the home visiting program.
• Handle all crisis situations and client and employee complaints with sensitivity and expedience, makes independent decisions and consults with supervisory chain and internal and external business partners, when necessary to resolve the matter.
• Ensures program compliance with agency regulations as well as applicable accreditation, legal, and practice standards.
• Ensures quality assurance and performance quality improvement in all aspects of program services.
• Reviews and monitors weekly Ounce Net data entry to ensure compliance with outcome measurement and funder goals. Completes monthly and quarterly Ounce Net reports as prescribed for funder and service compliance.
• Ensures monthly reports on expenditures are timely and appropriate.
• Participates in community meetings regarding maternal and child and youth services and provides accurate and timely reporting to the department director as needed. Participates in strategic planning along with the department director and identifies trends and opportunities for program development.
Preferred Requirements: Master’s degree in Social Work or Early Childhood Education. Five years of experience in maternal and child health or early childhood education with two years of management experience.
Minimum Requirements: Master’s degree in Social Work or Early Childhood Education. Three years of experience in maternal and child health or early childhood education with two years of management experience.
Other Requirements: Driver’s license.
The Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago is an equal opportunity employer and consideration for employment is made without regard to race, color, religion, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Minimum Education Required