Family Support Supervisor:
The Supervisor has responsibility for supervising direct care staff (FSPs) supporting families in Allegheny County. The AFN focus is on families’ strengths and wellness and on fostering the families’ integration of supports whether natural and/or with the use of Child Serving Systems or resources that match the family’s needs. The Supervisor will ensure positive partnering with already existing or new providers working with the family.
Under the direction of the Chief Service Officer, the Family Support Supervisor will provide leadership and implement the path and means for fulfillment of AFN services missions.
The Supervisor will have indirect reporting relationships with other partners. Duties include the general supervision and coaching of designated staff, services accountability and criteria adherence and related administrative tasks. The Supervisor maintains a team approach to management and fosters a culture that encourages staff members to participate in planning both their specific jobs and AFN services. He/she seeks to establish a respectful, collaborative work environment that enhances the well being of both families and staff.
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. 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.
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