Reporting to the Program Manager, the Program Supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day operation of their assigned program and provides strong leadership, direction and case consultation to the staff team.
Total Compensation and Benefits:
- Competitive salary
- Comprehensive Benefits: Health/Dental/RRSP/Employee Assistance Program
- 4 weeks’ paid vacation
- Working for a non-profit organization that not only support our at risk youth, but help them contribute to society
- 35 hours per week,
- Some evening and weekend work is required, and
- On-call responsibilities on a rotating basis.
You are the ideal candidate if you are:
- A role model for your staff; challenging and motivating your staff,
- A go to person, with the ability to hear what is being said, and
- A problem solver who can work creatively and accurately in a crisis situation.
In this position of Program Supervisor, you will:
- Ensure a respectful, safe and secure environment for youth and staff,
- Ensure that the agency Mission, Vision and Values are supported and that optimum treatment plans are developed for each youth in care,
- Ensure that all statutory provisions and requirements for provisions of care and treatment to the youth in care are implemented and adhered to,
- Ensure that expectations are maintained and met regarding the annual licensing of the residential programs under the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, and in meeting the standards of Accreditation,
- Provide a working environment that is conducive to personal and professional growth and wellness,
- Participate in the agency decision-making process by taking part in regular administrative meetings,
- Attend staff meetings, seminars, and professional development activities,
- Conduct yearly program reviews,
- Ensure that program expenditures for items under your control do not exceed current agency budgets and maintain the Petty Cash fund.
The successful candidate will meet the following:
- Community College diploma in Child and Youth Work or equivalent specialization, or 3-year University degree in Social Sciences,
- 3-5 years of direct care experience in a residential setting,
- 1-2 years of supervisory experience,
- Knowledge of annual residential licensing requirements,
- Knowledge of Trauma Informed / Attachment based care is considered an asset,
- Ability to communicate in French is an asset,
- Valid Class G driver’s license.
If you excel in working in a fast paced environment along with other professional supportive people, please apply with a resume and cover letter no later than January 20, 2020.
Please apply with a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please quote the position in the subject line of your email.
WAYS Mental Health Support is an equal opportunity employer who recognizes and values diversity in its workplace. WAYS encourages applications from all qualified individuals and will accommodate candidates with disability related needs, up to the point of undue hardship, throughout all stages of the recruitment process, upon request. If you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process please contact our Human Resources department at HumanResources@ways.on.ca.