Southwest Human Development

Manager- CARING

4 weeks ago
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Southwest Human Development is seeking a Manager for the CARING department.


The CARING Manager will supervise Family Support Specialists and interns in the planning and implementation of the CARING program.  Manages specific aspects, such as referrals, reviewing and submitting required documentation, editing reports to ensure court-readiness, etc.  Manages contract compliance and ensures service quality.  Monitors in-home and in-office service delivery to children and families involved with Department of Child Safety (DCS).  Services include: ensuring child safety; conducting interviews of adults and children related to reports of suspected child abuse or neglect; documenting those interviews; assessing home safety; providing crisis intervention; and linking families to community resources.  Attends staffing’s, shadows staff on home visits, and collaborates positively with referral source.  Through attendance at clinical supervision, case plan staffing’s, targeted permanency staffing’s, and other meetings, models and promotes best practices in family centered engagement and the promotion of the new DCS Practice Guidelines. Senior Program Manager and Vice President of Family Support Services in planning, developing, monitoring program services, policies and procedures. Works under general direction, according to agency mission, philosophy, SWHD Core Values, Codes of Ethics and goals. 


Position is offered full-time with an excellent benefits package as noted below.  Southwest Human Development is an equal opportunity employer.




Master’s Degree Preferred.


Minimum three years’ experience related to child welfare.


Supervisory Experience Preferred


Valid Arizona Fingerprint Clearance Card without restrictions preferred OR must qualify for a valid Arizona Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card without restrictions.



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