Assistant Supervisor, Assertive Case Management
- Job posted by San Francisco Pretrial Diversion Project, Inc.
Our case management team is composed of deeply invested individuals who share a penchant for compassion, collaboration, and creative thinking. Because ACM staff work with a widely diverse range of clients, we prioritize a needs-based approach to our client relationships, which involves critical thinking, collaboration, advocacy, respectfulness, and fidelity to strong organizational values. While the ACM program currently has 8 staff, the program is growing quickly and we are looking to hire individuals who can meet the spirit, pace, and general demands of the position.
SUMMARY of RESPONSIBILITIES
The primary responsibility of the Assistant Supervisor, ACM is to assist in supervision of the ACM program case managers, CACMC Group Facilitators, and program assistants.
The Assistant ACM Supervisor works with the ACM Supervisor to:
· Coordinate releases, orientation, caseload assignments, client treatment and care planning, and day-to-day operations of the ACM team;
· Provide additional oversight in program operations to ensure case management services are procedurally just and adhere to core principles of the Harm Reduction model; and,
· Under the direction of the ACM Supervisor, performs regular quality assurance to ensure contractual obligations and court requirements are followed.
In order to meet these goals, the Assistant ACM Supervisor is expected to adhere to industry best practices, meet and/or exceed agency work product standards, and exercise independent discretion and good judgement in all matters related to client confidentiality and SFPDP related business.
Availability on weekends and evenings required.
Education and/or Experience: Minimum four-year degree in psychology, sociology, criminal justice, or a related field and one year experience as a case manager working with vulnerable populations. Experience working with high needs and high risk systems-involved adults from diverse backgrounds is required. Knowledge of San Francisco community-based service providers as well as familiarity with the Harm Reduction case management model is preferred.
PERKS OF WORKING AT SAN FRANCISCO PRETRIAL DIVERSION PROJECT
· Continual opportunities for training and professional development
· Health, vision, and dental coverage for full-time positions
· Networking opportunities across stakeholder groups
· Impact and ownership
· Embedded knowledge of local judicial and court processes/systems
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
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