POSITION: Bright Beginnings Supervisor
PROGRAM: Family Services
SALARY: 50,000 – 52,000/year, benefits eligible
Program Description: The Bright Beginnings Recovery Support Project Pilot supports Native American women who are pregnant or have recently delivered, and who have a history of substance abuse, and previous experience with the child protection system.
- Bachelor’s Degree in human services or related field, or four years’ experience in case management, legal advocacy; or secondary coursework/ and job experience in social services.
- Experience with staff supervision and volunteer management.
- Case Management experience and willingness to carry small caseload.
- Experience with Excel and managing and tracking data.
- Experience working within the Native American community.
- Experience leading and facilitating group, planning activities and providing group support.
- Knowledge of Child Development, Addiction, and experience working with pregnant women.
- Knowledge of the Child Protection
- Possess excellent communication and written skills.
- Possess awareness of the American Indian community and its needs.
- Knowledge of the Data Privacy Policies for social services agencies.
- Knowledge of community resources and recovery support services.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Work collaboratively as a member of both the Bright Beginnings Project and Family Services staff team to provide case management and supervise case managers.
- Provide cultural programming and culturally based teachings to group in cooperation with Case Managers.
- Keep accurate records for the pilot project as well as other meetings as part of the change process work in child welfare.
- Make presentations to other Native American agencies, hospitals, clinics, doula programs, etc.
- Maintain client confidentiality.
- Willingness to provide cultural services to clients and learn about holistic and cultural teachings.
- Assist in conducting program evaluation forms, groups, etc. along with Program Evaluator and Program Director.
- Maintain and keep timely records, and correspondence with service providers when requested.
- Maintain statistical data and provide quarterly reports to Program Coordinator.
- Attend monthly staff meetings, ICWA Program meetings, and participate in community events
- Various duties as assigned by Program Coordinator.
- Must have no drug/alcohol/substance abuse related problems.
- Reliable transportation required w/valid Minnesota driver’s license and proof of current insurance.
- Must complete and pass background check.
To apply email resume and cover letter to Tamonna Combs, HR email@example.com