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Interested in joining our team here at SPCC? Here are our current openings (Click HERE to download our employment application):

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FULL TIME POSITION AVAILABLE (40 HOURS PER WEEK)

JOB TITLE: Supervisor – SPCC’s Healthy Families New York Program

ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to Program Manager

JOB SUMMARY:

The HFNY Supervisor is responsible for the supervision of Family Support and Family Assessment Workers. Healthy Families is a home visiting program that engages parents or newly parenting caregivers with the goal of supporting positive parent-child bonding, promoting child and family health and development, and enhancing family resilience.

The Supervisor will ensure that all services are within the best practices guidelines for HFNY. They must possess a clear understanding and skill in child development practices for children and youth. This position will maintain certification as a provider and supervisor of the programs evidence based curricula and as such will be responsible for ensuring that the evidence based curricula is being provided with fidelity to the model. They will meet weekly with each Family Service Worker (FSW) and Family Assessment Worker (FAW). The Supervisor assures quality of service provision. The supervisor protects the integrity of the program and demonstrates respect for the parallel process by supporting, guiding and building on the strengths of staff so that they may best support, guide and build on the strengths of the families served. They will be responsible for networking within the community. They will maintain clear communication with their supervisor, the Program Manager. They will review records and collect needed data for evaluation as well as assist with reporting.

JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

Essential:

1.Assist with the hiring and training of support and assessment workers,

2.Provide direct weekly-individualized reflective supervision to home visitors and assessment workers within the Healthy Families site that incorporates administrative, clinical and reflective practices. Provides support to the Program and the Program Manager.

3.Completion of grant related documents and assist with data entry into the required database management system.

4.Assist in the monitoring of intakes, reports and case closings. Assign new referral to staff.

5.Observe FAW and FSW’s provision of direct services on a regular basis in order to provide meaningful guidance and support as well as to ensure quality and fidelity.

6.In conjunction with the Program Manager, act as an administrative liaison to partners and funders of the Program, e.g., receive and assign referrals, attend and facilitate visits from funders.

7.Ensure Fidelity to evidenced based curricula

8.Responsible for developing community partnerships

9.Attend and participate in required Agency meetings such as supervision, staff and departmental meetings.

10.Provider oversight of Student Interns & Volunteers in the program, including but not limited to interviewing, staff assignment, and supervision & required School paperwork.

11.Ensure staff maintenance of up-to-date case information and files as required by the Agency and Program funders.

12.Complete staff performance appraisals in consultation with the Program Manager.

13.Ensures outcomes of the program set by funders and Leadership team are met

14.Performs other duties set by Program Manager & Leadership team.

Non-Essential:

15.Represent the Agency and its Program(s) on community boards and professional committees.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

The HFNY Supervisor must have a BA/BS (LMSW, LCSW, MA, MSW, MPH or other advanced degree in a health or human service field preferred) with three years of supervisory experience or five years’ direct service in a home visitation program. A documented history of progressive professional development. Significant experience working with teen/young adult populations. Familiar with the psychosocial aspects of child abuse, neglect and multicultural issues. Able to communicate well with other professionals plus individuals with varied socio-economic backgrounds; excellent verbal and writing skills are required for this position. Able to deal with crisis situations.

SPCC is particularly interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the agency and therefore encourage people of color as well as those with a diverse range of languages, heritages, experiences and identities to apply. Applicant will complete Agency Confidentiality Agreement and must successfully complete a Background Check, and State Central Register Clearance. Applicant must possess own vehicle, a valid NYS driver’s license with a good driving record, and Agency required levels of automobile liability insurance coverage.

SALARY: $38,000-$43,000

RESUMES BY 11/27/17 TO: Clarice Lazary, LMSW HFNY Program Manager

SPCC

148 South Fitzhugh Street

Rochester, NY 14608

Fax # (585)325-6960 / Email: clazary@spcc-roch.org

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PART TIME POSITION AVAILABLE

TITLE: Human Resources Clerk

ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to Director of Finance and Human Resources

JOB SUMMARY: Assists the Director of Finance & Human Resources with a variety of HR related duties. In addition, will help with bookkeeping duties. The candidate will manage human resource compliance experience and benefits administration for all programs and the agency as a whole, maintaining all program personnel records, typing correspondence, open enrollment, onboarding and offboarding, and working with 3rd party administrator for FMLA, PFL, and DBL. Will attend offsite HR meetings monthly and seminars. Perform related work as required.

HOURS: Part time, hours to be determined

STARTING SALARY: Based on experience

QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum of three years of experience in a mid-level HR administrative support position, and an Associate’s degree in business, finance, or accounting preferred. Strong Excel skills a must. Must be detail oriented, and have superior organizational skills along with a strong understanding of accounting principles. In addition, applicant must be able to multitask and stay focused, and respect and maintain confidentiality. Applicants must have the ability to relate well to other professionals and individuals with varied socio-economic backgrounds. Applicant must be self-motivated to learn and stay current on Human Resources regulations. Experience with Fund E-Z financial software is a plus.

SPCC is particularly interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the agency and therefore encourage people of color as well as those with a diverse range of languages, heritages, experiences and identities to apply. Applicant will complete Agency Confidentiality Agreement and must successfully complete a Background Check, and State Central Register Clearance. Applicant must possess a valid NYS driver’s license with a good driving record and carry agency required levels of automobile liability insurance.

Please send your resume, salary requirement and SPCC application (can be found on our website www.spcc-roch.org) to be considered for this position.

RESUMES BY: Friday, December 8, 2017

Susan Skolnick, Director of Finance and Human Resources

SPCC

148 S. Fitzhugh Street

Rochester, NY 14608

sskolnick@spcc-roch.org

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Full-time Position Available

TITLE: Visitation Specialist, Supervised Visitation/Exchange Program

ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to Program Supervisor and/or Program Senior

JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for coordinating all aspects of assigned cases in the Supervised Visitation and Supervised Exchange Program, i.e., conducting pre-visit interviews with participating parties, scheduling visits, supervising visits and exchanges, parent education, providing counseling/support to improve parent/child relationships, preparing visitation notes and reports, maintaining case files, etc. Provide referrals and case management to identified clients. Provide direct supervision of volunteers and interns. Perform other related duties as required.

HOURS: Includes evenings and weekends

SALARY RANGE:TBD

QUALIFICATIONS:Bachelor's degree in social work or related field, e.g., psychology, sociology and/or counseling with a minimum of two years' experience working with children and families. Domestic violence and parenting education experience preferred. Applicant must be able to relate well to individuals with varied socio-economic backgrounds. The applicant will conduct continuous upgrading of professionalism by attending available workshops and seminars. Excellent verbal and written skills are required for this position.

SPCC is particularly interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the agency and therefore encourage people of color as well as those with a diverse range of languages, heritages, experiences and identities to apply. Applicant will complete Agency Confidentiality Agreement and must successfully complete a Background Check, and State Central Register Clearance. Applicant must possess a valid NYS driver’s license with a good driving record and carry agency required levels of automobile liability insurance.

COVER LETTER and RESUME BY

Monday, November 27, 2017 by email or mail only to:

svp-receptionist@spcc-roch.org

Lisa D’Orsi

Program Supervisor

Society for the Protection Care of Children

451 E. Henrietta Road

Rochester, NY 14620

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