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Chief Services Officer:

The Chief Service Officer (CSO) will partner with the Chief Executive Officer to develop new services and collaborate with community partners to ensure that AFN’s services fit into the array of services available to residents. This position is integral to the function of AFN and directly responsible for the quality of services delivered. This position will be directly responsible for the development, implementation, and oversight of the comprehensive, targeted, and support group services.


This position requires strong computer skills, knowledge of electronic health records, knowledge of child-serving systems, and the ability and skill to provide strength-based supervision. The CSO must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, conflict resolution abilities, public presentation skills, and the ability to develop and administer budgets. More details about job tasks, expectations, and salary range are available at the time of the interview if selected.


REQUIREMENTS:  Allegheny Family Network is a family-run organization. Every employee is a Family Member who has raised or is raising a child with mental health / emotional or behavioral challenges. Must be able to pass PA State Criminal Background Checks and FBI clearances and NSOR; must have a vehicle, valid PA drivers license, and be able to travel for work-related events; must have a Master's degree or at least 5 years of experience in human services or a related field strongly preferred. Experience in direct supervision of staff required. Experience working with families and communities on behalf of children with mental health issues and/or families involved with child protective services is highly desirable.

*Please upload your resume at the end of this application.

Chief Services Officer
Do you have a high school diploma / GED?

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Within the past 10 years, have you been convicted of a crime other than a moving violation or a parking ticket? (Do not include convictions that were sealed, erased, or expunged; convictions that resulted in referral to a diversion program; or marijuana-related convictions that are more than 2 years old):

Criminal convictions will not automatically disqualify an applicant from a particular job. The company will consider the nature of the crime, its seriousness, whether the conviction(s) substantially relates to the position's functions and qualifications, the frequency of convictions, the applicant's age at the time of conviction, the time elapsed since the date of conviction or completion of a jail sentence, the applicant's entire work and educational history, and employment references and recommendations.

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