Director of In-Home
Reports to: VP, Community Based Programs
Location: McKees Rocks Office
Hours: Allow flexibility in scheduling as required by client needs
General Statement of Duties: This position will oversee, monitor, guide, and grow Holy Family’s In-Home Services Program.
- Align with the mission of Holy Family Institute to embody Catholic social teachings in the service of the children and families that we serve.
- Participates in special activities and functions of the agency and/or departments.
- Utilizes the current best practices regarding culturally competent and trauma informed care with children and families.
- Oversee, monitor, guide, and grow Holy Family’s In-Home Services program.
- Ensure the program is operated in a safe, orderly, and therapeutic manner in accordance with corporate policies, procedures, standards, and schedules.
- Attend community meetings such as Allegheny County Children, Youth, and Family, and Department of Human Services quarterly meetings, etc. representing the interests of Holy Family.
- Ensure that the In-Home Program is adhering to guidelines and contract requirements from Allegheny County.
- Make certain the timely completion of applicable assessments, progress notes, and plans of service including but not limited to all documents required by contracts and policy.
- Develops systems to guarantee the review of all documentation for accuracy of services, authorizations, and units.
- Oversee the process to request additional services for families in the In-Home program.
- Complete job performance evaluations with in-home workers annually.
- Identify the training needs of in-home workers and assist in establishing training goals and skill enhancement for their professional development.
- Address any concerns or formal grievances communicated by the families supported or CYF in accordance with HFI policies and procedures.
- Through collaboration, model a team approach involving internal and external stakeholders when determining the support needs of the families supported.
- Monitor in-home workers’ time and attendance and approve such in Holy Family’s System.
- Interview, hire and train new in-home workers, providing weekly supervision during the probationary period.
- Prepare and participate in the administrative on-call rotation, responding to the calls and handling crisis.
- Prepare quarterly outcome data and participate in the Quality Improvement Committee.
- Facilitate monthly In-home team meetings.
- Provide supervision at least monthly and maximize staff performance by providing ongoing feedback, development, and training as needed.
- Participate in the development and implementation of the Strategic Plan.
- Assist in preparing the annual budgets and revise such when needed with the goal being financial stability and viability of the programs.
- Performs other duties as requested by the VP, Community Based Services.
- Master’s degree in human service field.
- 4-5 years’ experience in Social Services.
- Minimum of 3 years direct supervisory experience required.
- Must have or be able to obtain Act 33/34 and FBI clearances and valid PA driver’s license.
Please Note: Candidates will be required to show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 upon commencing employment. Reasonable accommodations will be considered on a case-by-case basis for exemptions to this requirement in accordance with applicable law. Applicants should be aware that for client- facing roles, particularly those involving close contact with vulnerable individuals, accommodations that involve remaining unvaccinated against COVID-19 may not be deemed reasonable. The Company will engage in the interactive process on an individualized basis in light of each particular role.
COMMITMENT TO SOCIAL JUSTICE
Holy Family Institute and its affiliated organizations are committed to an environment that respects and values every human being and individual differences. We will invest time and resources to create an inclusive environment for all of our stakeholders. This means we will respect diversity that includes race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, education, disability, language, and sexual orientation. We also believe that we should be “Faithful Listeners” and embrace diversity of ideas, perspectives, and values. We believe in providing access, opportunity, fair treatment, and advancement for all people. Believing that “God is Found in Everyday Activities” we will do our best to eliminate barriers that prevent full participation in our programs and services. We believe “Loving Relationships” means that all are welcome, all are neighbors, and there are no exceptions.
With this belief we aim to create an environment in which any individual or group can feel welcomed, respected, supportive, and valued.
Holy Family Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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