Teen Parenting Services Manager, Congreso de Latinos Unidos
Posted by Congreso de Latinos Unidos on January 30, 2017
Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc. is currently seeking a Teen Parenting Services Manager within the Family and Housing Services Division. The Teen Parenting Services Manager requires a sincere interest in working with and supporting teen parents, their children and their overall health and development within the ELECT (Education Leading to Employment and Career Training) program. The Teen Parenting Services Manager is responsible for the following: 1) Program Administration: the supervision of 5 Full Time Case Managers within the ELECT program, and one part time Data Coordinator; 2) Service Coordination of ELECT and Enhancing Parenting Skills Classes; 3) Contract Compliance and Data Management: Responsible for data oversight and strict compliance and 4) Ensure quality services through: monitoring all cases within the program; coaching and supporting staff through supervision,
training, and program development; using data outcomes to inform program enhancements. The Manager will provide oversight and management of ELECT programming within the following school sites: Edison High School, Kensington (CAPA, Business and Arts), Olney High School, Aspira Excel Academy, and other sites as assigned by the School District of Philadelphia.
The Teen Parenting Services Manager has internal contacts with the entire administrative staff and external contact with local and state funders and community partners. This position has access to sensitive Congreso information and is expected to handle such information with integrity and professionalism. This position has a crucial role in managing key partnerships and is expected to represent Congreso in a professional manner.
The Teen Parenting Services Manager will report directly to the Vice President of Family and
Supervisory experience is required. 3+ years direct experience in the field of maternal and child health, public health or related field preferred. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.
Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field; Master’s degree in Social Work or related field preferred
Completion of Trauma specific training preferred;
Completion of 40-hour domestic violence training preferred.
Congreso is a multi-service nonprofit organization whose mission is to strengthen Latino communities through social, economic, education, and health services; leadership development and advocacy. Founded in Philadelphia in 1977, Congreso has grown into a national thought leader on nonprofit performance management with an expert focus on the Latino community. Congreso is anchored by its innovative Primary Client Model (PCM™), and provides direct services to residents of the Philadelphia region while providing consult to other nonprofits and government systems nationally.
A Career with Congreso: Your talent and passion + our mission = outcomes
Come grow our reputation. Employees come to Congreso because they hear the positive things our clients, employees, and supporters say about us. Congreso has served the neighborhoods of eastern North Philadelphia since 1977. We have built our reputation on trust and high-quality human service delivery. And now our expertise in client-centered, outcomes-informed service delivery is extending our reputation beyond local borders to regional and national renown.
Come serve the community. Employees come to Congreso because of their passion to work directly with members of a vibrant and diverse community towards greater self-sufficiency. We have grassroots in Philadelphia’s Puerto Rican community and a commitment to strengthen all who live in the communities we serve. Our campus is located in the heart of the Eastern North Philadelphia neighborhoods we serve and includes a charter school that houses college courses at night.
Come celebrate culture. Employees come to Congreso because of the diversity of our employees, clients, and community we serve. We seek to serve all clients through practices that show inclusion, empathy and understanding regardless of cultural identities.
Come be part of our “familia.” Employees come to Congreso for a working culture that reflects our family-centered service approach and our commitment to balance work and family. Our “mi casa es su casa” welcome extends to employees and all who seek services from us. Our employees value the feeling of being “like family” and the close and supportive relationships they have with co-workers.
Come grow professionally. Employees come to Congreso to gain experience, learn new skills, and grow professionally. Our Primary Client Model™ provides employees with continuous education and professional development in client-centered, data-informed, and culturally appreciative service delivery. We recognize supervisors as leaders and an essential link between retention and service quality. All supervisors engage in regular professional development and organizational strategy conversations with Congreso’s President/CEO. Congreso has a reputation for leadership development, with many former employees now in leadership positions at the local, regional and national level.
To apply for this position please submit a cover letter, resume and salary requirements here.
For more information about Congreso and other career opportunities please go to http://www.congreso.net.
Congreso is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Congreso is strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all employees and all applicants for employment. All employment decisions at Congreso are made without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, disability or military/veteran status, or any other protected class as set forth under applicable State, Local and Federal Civil Rights Laws.
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