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Because every child deserves a great future
About The Help Group
The Help Group is a large (900+ employees) innovative organization serving children with special needs. Founded in 1975, The Help Group is the largest, most innovative and comprehensive nonprofit organization of its kind in the United States serving children with special needs related to autism, Asperger’s disorder, learning disabilities, ADHD, mental retardation, abuse and emotional problems.
Excellent benefits, including 100% employer sponsored health insurance plans
Licensed clinician with an MSW, MA, M.Ed. or Ph.D. Minimum four years clinical experience with experience working with the 0-5 population. Specific expertise in the area of family-centered, strengths-based services and group facilitation. Supervisory experience and program administration experience preferred. Bilingual in Spanish preferred, cultural competence required.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Direct all clinical and administrative aspects of Project SAFE
Serve as lead agency administrator of the Project SAFE Collaborative; facilitate coordination of service and effective communication among a network of service providers
Work collaboratively with the program’s primary partner agency (San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center) to ensure solid linkages and uniformity of service among IHOC staff
Oversee the hiring, training, supervision and evaluation of all program staff.
Supervise all aspects of client casework including intakes, case assignments, case loads, documentation, case closings, referrals, and billings.
Develop policies and procedures for effective program implementation in the areas of service delivery, capacity building, outreach and outcomes evaluation.
Serve as primary contact for funding and referral sources; act as liaison between funder and Collaborative agencies
Ensure Agency compliance with grantor contract provisions, including policies and procedures related to service provision, data collection, and program evaluation.
Monitor and administer program budget and expenditures.
Prepare reports related to quality management, outcome evaluation, budget allocations and others as requested.
Conduct weekly staff meetings and plan ongoing staff development.
Conduct quarterly Collaborative meetings with all partnering agencies; generate minutes for the members of the network, as well as the funder.
Participate in meetings and trainings mandated by the funder. Attend Agency-wide meetings, meetings called by DCFS regional offices, meetings with lead-agency partner and other
meetings/training as assigned.