Supervisor-Alternative Response Program

  • Community Care
  • Augusta, ME, USA
  • Dec 14, 2018
Full time Nonprofit-Social Services

Job Description

Community Care, voted one of the Best Places to Work in Maine, is seeking a full time Supervisor to provide supervision to Case Managers within our Alternative Response Program (ARP), a program contracted with DHHS to investigate allegations of child abuse and neglect. This position is based in Augusta and requires travel throughout Somerset, Kennebec, and Waldo counties. Through close case supervision and direct case involvement, the supervisor supports the case manager in conducting a thorough assessment of risk, ensures effective facilitation of team meetings to develop family plans, and oversees case management activities to assist the family in reaching established goals. The supervisor must have excellent time management and organizational skills as they manage all administrative functions of the district team. The supervisor collaborates closely with DHHS and is responsible to ensure all the contract, licensing and regulations are met including ensuring district programmatic compliance to all documentation deadlines. The Supervisor provides direct service and will carry a caseload as necessary.

Community Care provides high quality mental health services and supports to children and families throughout Maine and is accredited by COA the Council on Accreditation.

We offer:

  • A competitive salary
  • Generous benefits package
  • Paid orientation and training
  • Paid time for travel with mileage reimbursement
  • 401k with employer match
  • Laptop for business use in the field
  • A supportive team environment
  • Excellent supervision and training
  • Employee Wellness Plan

If you have any questions please call Dawn at 207-299-1139. Thank you for your interest in Community Care.

Requirements: Experience working with families experiencing risk factors; 1 - 2 years supervisory experience and potential to learn how to supervise employees in a home support services setting, knowledge of child welfare policies and programs, family assessment and treatment philosophies, and strategies of home-based services and knowledge and availability of local resources; the ability to relate to local DHHS personnel, the courts and other service providers on behalf of the family is essential.

Benefits: Community Care offers competitive pay and excellent benefits to full and part time employees, including generous health, dental and life insurance plans, employer contributed 401(k), paid vacation, mileage and cell phone reimbursement and other fringe benefits. We also offer a caring, mission-focused, and supportive work environment. Community Care is an equal opportunity employer.

Education: Bachelors Degree or Master degree in social work or related field; must be LSW or LSW conditional eligible