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35332 Scotty Road
Dallas
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Experience Experience
01/2015 present
Philadelphia, PA
Women & Family Services Coordinator
Philadelphia, PA
Women & Family Services Coordinator
01/2015 present
Philadelphia, PA
Women & Family Services Coordinator
01/2015 present
  • Developing and coordinating training and technical assistance for women and families with SUDs, including trauma and parenting services
  • Overseeing parenting programs for BSAS vendors and Home Visiting projects
  • Coordinating the Family Residential Treatment, Family Sober Living, and the Women’s Residential Treatment Levels of Care
  • Women and Family Services data monitoring and reporting to contract managers and stakeholders in collaboration with Data Committee
  • Representing the Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (BSAS) as assigned at state and national meetings, including grant meetings, and the National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors (NASADAD) Women’s Service Coordinator meetings
  • Overseeing vendors that work with the children of parents with SUDs and supporting best practice implementation and dissemination
  • Working with women and families in recovery in the community and supporting BSAS efforts with Recovery Mom Coaches
12/2008 07/2014
Los Angeles, CA
Epworth Children & Family Services
Los Angeles, CA
Epworth Children & Family Services
12/2008 07/2014
Los Angeles, CA
Epworth Children & Family Services
12/2008 07/2014
  • Manage expenses within budget
  • Coordinate, work in partnership with, and support volunteer membership groups such as the Friends of Epworth, Young Professionals and Auxiliary in planning, budgeting, coordinating, and implementing their special events
  • Coordinate all special event committee and subcommittee meetings and serve as staff liaison to those committees
  • Research and recommend prospects for special event sponsorship
  • Oversee contract agreements related to special events
  • Supervise the management of event mailing lists and related data, working closely with the Development Coordinator
  • Support the CDO and team in the creation and implementation of a departmental strategic plan that supports the agency’s strategic plan. Create and execute event plans that align with the strategic priorities of the agency
07/2006 11/2008
Detroit, MI
Program Assistant Patient & Family Services Hours Days Non Exempt
Detroit, MI
Program Assistant Patient & Family Services Hours Days Non Exempt
07/2006 11/2008
Detroit, MI
Program Assistant Patient & Family Services Hours Days Non Exempt
07/2006 11/2008
  • Responds to orders to assist in-patients and families who wish to execute Advance Directives in the hospital
  • Provides supervision and trains volunteers with work assignments
  • Provides administrative support for the Bioethics Committee and CQI teams lead or facilitated by Department
  • Reports to the Director of Patient and Family Services and provides secretarial and administrative support with variety of projects
  • Processes DRG worksheets and produces monthly reports
  • Establishes, revises and maintains record keeping and filing systems
  • Maintains a working knowledge of local community resources
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Independence
Bachelor’s Degree in Independence
Rutgers University
Bachelor’s Degree in Independence
Skills Skills
  • Ability to meet and maintain punctuality and attendance expectations
  • Demonstrates multicultural sensitivity with the ability to effectively and collaboratively work with diverse populations
  • Ability to prioritize work with a focus on balancing crisis situations with support work for student success
  • Demonstrates computer skills including word processing, data entry and maintenance of spread sheets and other data files
  • Demonstrates situational awareness to positively impact families and students
  • Possesses effective oral and written communication skills
  • Provides services in respectful and empathetic manner
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Program Assistant Patient & Family Services Hours Days Non Exempt Resume Examples & Samples

  • Accepts and screens telephone calls and walk-ins and provides information on inquiries concerning activities and operations of department by referring to and interpreting policies and procedures
  • Arranges meetings, conferences and schedules interviews and appointments
  • Engages in a variety of contacts inside and outside the hospital
  • Reports to the Director of Patient and Family Services and provides secretarial and administrative support with variety of projects
  • Gathers data and drafts reports/analyses for review
  • Prepares a wide variety of administrative reports and correspondence
  • Classifies and sorts correspondence, records and other documents
  • Establishes, revises and maintains record keeping and filing systems
  • Prepares department’s time sheets for payroll
  • Maintains the inventory of office supplies and materials and prepares invoices
  • Participates in hospital and community events to promote the Resource and Consultation Center and other VHH services
  • Ensures maintenance of the Resources and Consultation Centers information and referral activities
  • Provides callers with referrals of a specific nature
  • Provides supervision and trains volunteers with work assignments
  • Maintains a working knowledge of local community resources
  • Responds to orders to assist in-patients and families who wish to execute Advance Directives in the hospital
  • Provides assistance with Advance Directives to walk-ins referred by Admitting, to community members, as well as volunteers and employees who come to Patient and Family Services department
  • Processes DRG worksheets and produces monthly reports
  • Prepares TAR’s and chart requests for Medi-Cal admissions, and monitors completion for timely submission to the Medi-Cal field office
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Director, Jewish Family Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assist Board of Directors in policy making
  • Case work supervision
  • Responsible for overall planning, implementation, operation and evaluation of agency programs and services
  • Administer local Meals on Wheels program
  • Screening calls for assistance
  • Assure that HIPAA compliance is maintained
  • Fiscal management and control
  • Familiarity with health insurance procedures and reimbursements
  • Provide publicity and public education directly related to increasing community awareness, support and use of the agency
  • Personnel management
  • Apply/ Write for grant applications
  • Attend Department head meetings
  • Provide support for all agency programs, as needed
  • Assist other social workers with case management assignments
  • Serve as liaison between clients, courts, employees, other Jewish agencies, and Board
  • Program development
  • Other job responsibilities that may be omitted due to oversight
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Epworth Children & Family Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Plan, manage and execute logistical components of major annual events to reach fundraising goals within agency budgets. Work in partnership with Chief Executive Officer, Chief Development Officer, Board of Directors and Development staff and others to ensure lead donors, volunteers, committee members and other key event partners are effectively engaged for maximum goodwill and fundraising success with goal to be an integral leader during fundraising special events
  • Coordinate, work in partnership with, and support volunteer membership groups such as the Friends of Epworth, Young Professionals and Auxiliary in planning, budgeting, coordinating, and implementing their special events
  • Coordinate all special event committee and subcommittee meetings and serve as staff liaison to those committees
  • Research and recommend prospects for special event sponsorship
  • Oversee contract agreements related to special events
  • Supervise the management of event mailing lists and related data, working closely with the Development Coordinator
  • Plan, manage and execute cultivation and appreciation events as needed and assist in the coordination of Epworth holiday activities
  • Manage expenses within budget
  • Support the CDO and team in the creation and implementation of a departmental strategic plan that supports the agency’s strategic plan. Create and execute event plans that align with the strategic priorities of the agency
  • Adhere to policies and procedures inclusive of, but not limited to, Donor Bill of Rights, attendance, code of conduct, department specific procedures, training requirements, workplace safety, social and mass media and donor confidentiality
  • Participate in development department meetings
  • Bachelor degree in business management, marketing, public relations, communications, or similar field
  • Minimum of 2-3 years of demonstrated experience coordinating, planning and executing multiple large special events and meeting fund raising goals related to those events
  • Must possess reliable personal transportation
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Family Services Director Resume Examples & Samples

  • 4-year college degree in Early Childhood Education or 4 years of applicable experience with North Carolina Division of Child Development Licensing Requirements
  • Ability to provide proof of assessment or licensure status by the state of North Carolina
  • Minimum of 2 years of proven supervisory experience in Youth Program Development
  • NC Early Childhood Program Coordinator Level required
  • NC Early Childhood Administrator Level I preferred
  • 4 years experience in licensed Early Childhood Education or School Age Child Care program a plus
  • Proven experience to include: supervision of staff and volunteers, creative program planning, development and management of budgets as well as financial development
  • Interpersonal/Public Relations skills; ability to relate to members, volunteers, external entities, and other YMCA staff
  • Ability to develop and execute short and long term plans with a high degree of quality, effectiveness, and professionalism
  • Must demonstrated emotional maturity, well versed in conflict management/resolution and workforce readiness
  • Must have basic understanding of YMCA policies, procedures and program development and evaluation
  • Excellent writing skills and ability to independently compose correspondence
  • Must be organized and well detailed
  • Ability to walk, stand, and sit (including on the floor) for long periods of time
  • Exposure to communicable diseases and bodily fluids
  • Must be able to lift and/or assist children up to 50 pounds in weight
  • Must be able to lift (up to 50lbs) and carry food and supplies weighing up to 20 pounds
  • Ability to stand or sit while maintaining alertness for several hours at a time
  • Position may require bending, leaning, kneeling, and walking
  • Ability to speak concisely and effectively communicate
  • Visual and auditory ability to respond to critical situations and physical ability to act swiftly in an emergency
  • Ability to view/enter data for long periods of time
  • Ensure collaboration with marketing team for program promotion
  • Participate in and provide leadership for the Annual Outreach Campaign in all assigned areas
  • Represent the YMCA and maintain appropriate relationships with area organizations, community leaders and businesses
  • Collaborate with community organizations to provide additional resources for programs
  • Seek various Grants and/or contracts to assist in program areas
  • Carry out special projects and other duties as assigned
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Riverbend Head Start & Family Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop and manage effective relationships with community partners and mission supporters,
  • Implement the fund development plan, analyze outcomes and make strategic shifts as needed,
  • Must be a self-starter, self-motivated and goal oriented person who takes the initiative to prioritize and complete work in a timely, competent manner,
  • Serves as the communications lead for the Agency both externally and internally
  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing or public relations and strong skills in desktop publishing, Microsoft office and photography required
  • Experience in fund development required
  • Must be able to effectively manage Agency fund development communications while strengthening community relations
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable means of transportation required
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Family Services Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience working with low-income families and families from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds
  • Empathy, warmth, and the ability to establish ongoing supportive relationships with an ethnically diverse population
  • Knowledge of the agencies in the Pico-Union and downtown Los Angeles areas that serve low-income families
  • Requires a Bachelor's degree in child development, social work, psychology, human development, or a related field
  • Bilingual English/Spanish speaking skills required
  • Possession of a valid California driver's license, proof of insurance and ability to make home visits to various Los Angeles County locations
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Family Services Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responds to organ donor referrals by traveling to donor hospitals to assess needs of potential organ donor families
  • Communicates with physicians and other health care team members to obtain information about the patient’s hospital course and family’s understanding of the patient’s condition
  • Works with health care team members to increase authorization rates of organ and tissue donation by offering therapeutic interactions and interventions to the families of potential organ and tissue donors
  • Develops thorough working knowledge of the political and internal structures within hospitals and uses this knowledge to improve the organ and tissue donation process
  • Serves as an expert and spokesperson on family support and offering the opportunity of organ and tissue donation to potential donor families
  • Works with on-call and patient care team to establish appropriate communications relating to end-of-life care and decisions (huddle process)
  • Works with on-call and patient care team to determine who is best to approach each individual family and offer the opportunity of organ and tissue donation
  • Completes all documentation relating to obtaining authorization for donation as required
  • Completes all FLDRN paperwork and all fields in iTransplant associated with local donor referrals, family approach(s) and organ donors accurately and in a timely manner
  • Supports donor family through donation process with both on-site presence and phone support
  • Displays a caring and courteous attitude at all times, represents FLDRN in a positive manner; demonstrates regard for the dignity and respect of all patients, donor families and other agencies
  • Maintains the confidentiality of information related to patents, donor families and other agencies
  • Maintains proper attitude, attendance and punctuality to ensure that the hospital or FLDRN are operated in an efficient and effective manner
  • Works to promote and participate in a team approach with other staff members in order to succeed with FLDRN goals
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Airman & Family Services Program Assistant Oa Resume Examples & Samples

  • Not Required
  • Specialized Experience: You must have at least 1 year of specialized experience at the next lower grade (GS-4) or equivalent performing the following duties: Performing clerical duties and carrying out the daily operations of the front desk of the Child Development, School Age Program, Family Child Care and Youth Center hourly, wrap around, special event, part-day pre-school, surge and summer programs. Overseeing and coordinating specialized clerical duties pertaining to the operation of the programs. This experience must have been at a level of difficulty and complexity sufficient to demonstrate the ability to perform the duties of this position. It may have been gained in the private sector, volunteer service, military service, and/or government service, etc
  • Education: Successful completion of 4 years above high school. This education must have been obtained in an accredited business, secretarial or technical school, junior college, college or university. NOTE: YOU MUST SUBMIT COPIES OF OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS WITH YOUR APPLICATION
  • Combination of Experience/Education: You must have a combination of the specialized experience and education as described in "1" and "2" above that equals 100 percent when combined to equal the required 1 year of specialized experience needed for this position. NOTE: YOU MUST SUBMIT COPIES OF OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS WITH YOUR APPLICATION
  • Knowledge of office functions to screen telephone calls and visitors, prepare and review correspondence,
  • 90-Day Register: This announcement may result in a 90-day register that may be used to fill like vacancies for 90 days after the closing date. Applicants may be referred for consideration as vacancies occur
  • Your Resume (your latest resume will be used to determine your qualifications)
  • If you submit more than one copy of your resume, only the most recent (latest) version will be reviewed. The latest timestamp will be used to determine which version of your resume is "most recent". It is your responsibility to check the status and timestamp of all documents you submit as part of your application
  • A complete Occupational Questionnaire
  • Additional Required Documents (see Required Documents section below). Ensure all submitted documents contain your full name, address, phone number and last four digits of your social security number
  • Online Application (Questionnaire)
  • Resume - If your resume includes a photograph or other inappropriate material or content, you will not be considered for this vacancy. Your resume may be submitted in any format. For qualifications determinations your resume must contain hours worked per week and the dates of employment (i.e., hour per week and month/year to month/year or month/year to present). Resumes that do not contain this information may be marked as insufficient and applicants may not receive consideration for this position
  • DD214 or "Certification" of service
  • SF-15, Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference, if applicable
  • Eligibility Documentation, SF50, Proof of Disability, Certification of Job Readiness, etc
  • Transcripts, if qualifying based on education or positive education series
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Women & Family Services Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Women and Family SUD Treatment Program coordination and oversight of funding and contracts
  • Working with pregnant women and services related to pregnant women, including oversight of the pregnant women Block Grant requirements
  • Assisting in the development and implementation of federal grants relating to women, children, and families
  • Representing the Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (BSAS) as assigned at state and national meetings, including grant meetings, and the National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors (NASADAD) Women’s Service Coordinator meetings
  • Women and Family Services data monitoring and reporting to contract managers and stakeholders in collaboration with Data Committee
  • Coordinating the Family Residential Treatment, Family Sober Living, and the Women’s Residential Treatment Levels of Care
  • Assisting programs in adoption of best practices and quality improvement
  • Developing materials for women and families with SUDs
  • Developing and coordinating training and technical assistance for women and families with SUDs, including trauma and parenting services
  • Working with the Targeted Capacity Building Vendor for women, children and families
  • Working with hospitals, physicians, and healthcare providers who work with women, children, and families in SUD treatment and recovery
  • Presenting at conferences and workshops related to women, children and family issues
  • Responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of best practices for the treatment of women, children and families with SUDs
  • Working with the Criminal Justice System on issues related to women and families
  • Working on issues related to interpersonal and domestic violence, healthcare, substance exposed newborns, housing and homelessness, employment, and other social determinants of health and well being as they relate to women and families with SUDs
  • Working with women and families in recovery in the community and supporting BSAS efforts with Recovery Mom Coaches
  • Overseeing parenting programs for BSAS vendors and Home Visiting projects
  • Overseeing vendors that work with the children of parents with SUDs and supporting best practice implementation and dissemination
  • Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed
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Family Services Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Monitors, coordinates, and administers specific assigned programs
  • Coordinates services within specific area of responsibility
  • Writes service plans to meet identified needs in areas such as physical/mental health, housing, and presents cases to determine appropriate services
  • Interprets laws, policies and regulations as applied to specific area of responsibility
  • Conducts overall monitoring of programs in specific area of responsibility
  • Provides after hours on-call coverage and responds to emergencies in child/adult protective services
  • Testifies in Court proceedings
  • Represents the agency at various functions such as making speeches at civic and business associations, providing training and workshops on child/adult abuse and neglect for public and private organizations
  • Prepares documentation according to state policies and guidelines
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Family Services Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience in the organ and tissue donation field or related health care field
  • Experience working with grieving families
  • Demonstrated self-starter who is accountable and meticulous in details
  • Possess the personal characteristics of professionalism, commitment to high standards, discriminating judgment and high level of ethics
  • Demonstrated ability to utilize computers and Microsoft office suite
  • Previous relevant medical experience
  • Bilingual English and Spanish
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Case Manager Rn-patient & Family Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for admissions, concurrent and/or retrospective reviews of all patients in accordance with the criteria and the policies and procedures approved by the Performance Improvement Committee, and consistent with Federal and State guidelines, PRO regulations, JCAHO standards and contractual agreements with insurers or outside review agencies. 2.Serves as a liaison to: a)Health Information Management (HIM) b)Business Office c)Patient and Family Services d)Nursing/Ancillary Services e)California Medical Review, Inc. f)Insurance Payors/Review Agencies g)Admitting Department h)Physicians i)Performance Improvement Committee (PIC) j)Risk Management Department k)Medi-Cal l)Infection Control m)Pharmacy Department
  • Promotes appropriate utilization of facilities and services
  • Collects, aggregates, displays and conducts first level analysis of data obtained from monitoring and evaluating the quality and utilization of patient care. Collaborates with Quality Management regarding findings
  • Interacts with the medical and support staff and/or hospital committees to facilitate the recognition, research, isolation and resolution of questions or potential problems
  • Utilizes data gathered by collaborating with the appropriate health care personnel to perform CMRI (California Medical Review, Inc.) reporting, mortality screening, reports to risk manager, and reports to PIC
  • Ensures appropriate reimbursement and authorizations from third party payors and their representatives for acute level patients. Educates the medical staff and other health care providers regarding proper documentation of rendered services
  • Assists Performance Improvement Committee and medical staff committees in identifying and resolving existing utilization and/or quality problems
  • Supports the CQI process
  • Participates with HIM in the DRG collaboration process
  • Performs concurrent open medical record review
  • Audit charts to meet Medicare requirements for skilled care
  • Responsible for processing Medi-Cal TARS (Treatment Authorization Request) and obtaining physician signature in a timely manner
  • Collaborates with discharge coordinator regarding patient cases not meeting intensity of services/severity of illness criteria
  • Initiates the appeal process upon notification of denial by business office
  • Demonstrates knowledge of pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric variations in treatment/procedure as evidenced by annual age specific competency assessment/evaluation. 17.All other duties as assigned
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Product Family Services Lead Resume Examples & Samples

  • As part of the cross-functional Product Family core management team, the Services leads and defines the Product Introduction (PI)/ Services (SER) requirements for their Product Family with a view to securing their implementation to maximize & optimize the Services business
  • You will lead all PI /SER activities for the Product Family, including the assessment of all risks and mitigation actions to ensure flawless execution and product hand over
  • Drive increased service bidding and hit rate through
  • Developing tailored service offerings and product upgrades for the Product Family (PF), based on global standard catalogue (e.g. Talent 3 MSA with parts list)
  • For each bid: Select & tailor service offering; prepare cost and performance calculation, including performance regime; prepare proposal technical content; Define PI scope, prepare cost & proposal content
  • Develop and implement tailored PF field support strategy with Engineering, Procurement and RoQ, including tailored field support offerings for the PF, based on global standard catalogue
  • Drive Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) optimization of the PF to meet target requirements
  • Off-cycle: Define requirements for tailored TCO-related BB development for the PF
  • On-cycle: Lead Design for Maintenance (DfM), maintenance periodicity and CBM analysis and optimisation for the bid
  • Define and implement PF Service business model, strategy & roadmap and document in PF Product Book
  • Lead PF service market analysis (including tender evaluation criteria and outsourcing services dimensions)
  • Ensure requirements are taken up by Procurement & RoQ, to protect & grow BT aftermarket
  • Represent PI/SER in PF governance
  • Drive consistent and effective field feedback
  • Ensure that PF field performance feedback is consistently captured and analysed through structured FRACAS process
  • Review analysis results with Engineering, Procurement, RoQ and drive design improvements to achieve product performance. Support supplier engagement
  • Identify SER sales opportunities and trigger pro-active service offerings based on field feedback
  • Select and implement aftermarket protection solutions from global catalogue, including PF ‘as-is’ IPR review
  • Strong Commercial and TCO optimisation knowledge
  • Excellent people management & leadership skills
  • International Work Experience
  • Understanding of Procurement strategy formulation / implementation
  • Fluent English essential & German desirable
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Family Services Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Secures identified and needed service funding related to each foster care case on their caseload by completing a CANS, Utilization Review, VEMAT, Certificate of Need, and a Harmony Service Plan within the required time frames. Presentation of each case to the identified FAPT team as well as to ACPMT when requested. Knowledge of all funding sources to include community resources to meet the needs associated with each foster care case
  • Prepares and meets with Social Work Supervisor regularly to address the case direction, services, and needs on each foster care case at least monthly
  • Completes Medicaid and IV-E redeterminations for each foster care child/youth on their caseload
  • Identifies, places, and secures funding for the placement for each child/youth in the less restrictive setting to meet their needs
  • Maintains regular contact with foster care children/youth, parents, and providers on each assigned foster care case via face to face contact, e-mail, phone, or exchange of information via fax
  • Facilitates monthly treatment team meetings which focus on safety, well-being, and permanency on each assigned foster care case
  • Develops and writes thorough Foster Care Service Plans and/or Foster Care Service Plan Reviews on at least a bi-annual basis which outlines the selected permanency goal, the services being provided, a current summary on the child, and the efforts towards achieving permanency
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Family Services Program Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Plans, develops and implements new programs within the specified program area. Develops goals, objectives, and measurable outcomes for these programs
  • Develops policy and procedure governing the program and ensures conformity to applicable federal and state regulations
  • Writes and reviews RFP's and grant applications
  • Reviews, evaluates and approves program proposals for contracts; writes and negotiates contracts; works independently with contractors to improve services and resolve problems
  • Reviews active cases in which a child death or serious injury has occurred
  • Evaluates program proposals in terms of long range goals and needs of targeted populations. Directs the implementation of approved program and ensures program objectives are met
  • Determines staff training needs and provides directly or arranges for needed training
  • Provides technical assistance, policy interpretation, and consultation of program and funding issues through verbal/written communication, training workshops, on-site visits to County Directors and their staff, other Department staff and private organizations; reviews, coordinates and critiques legislation related to program areas
  • Develops budget request for program area; projects program costs using trend analysis and current program operations. Oversees and monitors the use of approved program funds
  • Represents the Division/Department in national, state and private sector meetings, conferences and/or workshops
  • Three years experience in health or human services work such as applying theories, principles, laws and practices of health or human services programs and services that assist with and improve life for individuals, families, or communities such as financial support, employment, unemployment, housing, health care, disease prevention, substance abuse, child protective services, physical/mental health treatment and prevention or rehabilitation
  • Six months experience in health or human services program administration such as overseeing and directing the development, implementation and evaluation of health or human services programs and services; planning and establishing short and long range program goals and objectives. Providing advice to other agency organizational units through consultation
  • Six months experience in developing policies or procedures
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Administrator, Patient & Family Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide senior leadership of departments through teaching, coaching and mentoring that meets and exceeds True North goals and targets in the areas of quality, safety, service, process improvement and Associate engagement
  • Achieve and/or sustain industry-leading levels of patient and family satisfaction throughout all hospital and hospital-based satellite locations
  • Ensure full engagement of Associates, parents, guardians and children in the continuous improvement of the programs, services and processes provided by the hospital and hospital-based satellite locations
  • Meet or exceed all regulatory, licensure and accreditation requirements for responsible departments
  • Meet and exceed financial performance and budgetary goals for departments, while never sacrificing quality, safety and the service experience
  • Fulfill the duties, expectations and behaviors associated with a “Lean Leader” at Nemours, role-modeling our culture, principles and methods of continuous improvement
  • Drive the development and implementation of innovative programs and services that will elevate the delivery of the Nemours brand promise
  • Serve as an active, collaborative and engaged senior leader member of the hospital leadership team (Kitchen Cabinet) and other committees, task forces and work groups in the Delaware Valley, enterprise and community
  • Accept miscellaneous duties and responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time by supervisor
  • Develop a high-performing management team through a style of teaching, coaching and mentoring, while ensuring a thoughtful succession plan for key management and staff positions throughout the departments
  • As a senior Nemours leader, demonstrate evidence of commitment to our complementary goals of creating a culture of philanthropy and community engagement
  • An authentic commitment to the integration and success of the entire Nemours enterprise, achieved through collaboration with leaders across the system
  • A commitment to professional development and growth, achieved through participation in relevant professional associations, conferences and community boards
  • A commitment to enhancing the Nemours brand through podium and poster presentations at local, regional and national meetings and symposia
  • Demonstrated experience in Lean/Six Sigma principles and methods preferred
  • MHA, MPH, MBA or equivalent is required
  • A commitment to achieving fellowship status in the American College of Healthcare Executives within three years of employment
  • Fellowship status in the American College of Healthcare Executives
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Coordinator of Parent & Family Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop and coordinate parent and family programs, such as the SUU Parent Association, Family Weekend, and parent components of Orientation/Thunder U
  • Develop informative publications for parents and families, including but not limited to the Parent Handbook, monthly newsletters, Thunder U guidebook, and social media posts, in both Spanish and English
  • Respond to all incoming emails and calls from parents and families in a timely fashion. Track calls and inquiries by topic and date to determine trends and patterns
  • Update listings of available family services and resources, both on- and off-campus (i.e. shelters, hotels, health clinics, mental health providers, food banks, etc.)
  • Work closely with Admissions and Enrollment Services, various Student Affairs units, the Executive Director of Student Success and Completion, and deans and department chairs to recruit, enroll, and welcome students and families by providing assistance at recruitment fairs, Red Riots, Orientation, Thunder U, and other outreach programs
  • Create fundraising initiatives to provide a self-sustaining operation
  • Monitor on a daily basis the ‘Report a Student Concern’ intake form, take necessary action, and provide appropriate follow-up as needed
  • Have regular communications with parents of first-year students; contact parents of all incoming first-year students within 72 hours of their enrollment deposit being paid
  • Occasional evening and weekend work and travel will be required
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Proven management and organizational abilities to plan and independently execute projects/tasks within specific deadlines, and while exercising good judgment successfully assess, balance, and prioritize numerous competing concerns
  • Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with students, parents, and families
  • Outstanding written, verbal and interpersonal skills – excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills to include proven effectiveness in speaking on a one-on-one basis and making oral presentations before groups
  • Demonstrated substantial experience in successfully coordinating and overseeing large scale campus-wide events
  • Experience leading and motivating campus partners outside of the organization to create successful partnerships, programs, and initiatives
  • Ability to represent the Office of Student Affairs to senior leaders of the university, prospective students, their parents, families, and the community
  • Knowledge of national trends, current issues, including health and wellness, and best practices in higher education, especially those involving parents and families
  • Experience working with diverse students, parents, families, and communities
  • Experience using Canvas and Banner
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Children & Family Services Director Exempt Resume Examples & Samples

  • Be an innovative, visionary leader
  • Possess a track record of excellence in the delivery of children and family services
  • Possess strong leadership and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrate ability to foster collaborative partnerships
  • Knowledgeable of California Welfare and Institutions Code, federal and state regulations pertaining to children and family services in a public social service program
  • Assists the Department Director by planning, coordinating, implementing and monitoring children and family services programs
  • Develops, recommends, implements and maintains policies and procedures for the conduct of Department-wide Bureau operations
  • Directs the activities of subordinate managers and supervisors involved in the delivery of children and family services to clients within a specified program and/or geographic area of the County
  • Coordinates and develops community social resources and collaborates with other public and private agencies in furtherance of the objectives of the County's children and family programs
  • Ensures staff is advised of departmental policies and procedures
  • Confers with subordinate managers on the effectiveness of their operations
  • Interviews and selects employees and reviews the performance of subordinate managers and other assigned personnel
  • Confers with appropriate management staff on facilities, fiscal, technology, administrative support and personnel/labor relations matters pertaining to Bureau operations
  • Serves as a member of the Department's Executive Team
  • Confers with the Department Director on sensitive casework problems and/or program management, personnel and administrative matters
  • Advises and assists the Department Director on the development, maintenance and review of program eligibility standards, policies and procedures, development and maintenance of casework standards, social work policies, management of children and family services programs and in evaluating the delivery system of those programs and services
  • Conducts or supervises conduct of comprehensive studies, task forces and reviews of children and family services operations
  • Represents the Department in contacts with the State Department of Social Services and Health Services, with the Federal Government, as assigned meetings with officials from other human services and children/family organizations, with assigned advisory boards and when delivering talks before interested groups on children and family human services programs
  • Participates in meetings with employee organizations concerning matters within the scope of representation related to bureau operations and/or participate in strategic and policy discussions concerning labor relations
  • Prepares correspondence and reports as required
  • Application Evaluation: All completed applications received by the final filing date will be reviewed. Each candidate will be evaluated on the relevant education, training and/or experience as presented on the application and supplemental questionnaire
  • Interview:Following review of the applications, a select group of the most qualified candidates will be invited to an interview
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Life Span & Family Services Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collects and disseminates information about family assistance available to the MSU community and utilizes all appropriate media
  • Reviews University policies and practices with appropriate administrative units to evaluate their sensitivity to, and impact on work/education and family; and makes recommendations for change
  • Acts as an advocate for family support in areas such as institutional policy change, state and federal legislation, financial aid policy change and climate issues
  • Contributes to the development of the Life Span & Family Services budget and annual reports
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Director of Children & Family Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • A Master’s degree in social work from an accredited college or university
  • Five years of experience as a deputy director or upper level manager in a public child welfare agency
  • Be a highly engaging manager and effective communicator to diverse audiences such as community partners, staff members, executive team members and clients
  • Strong business acumen, including performance outcomes, contract monitoring and outcomes, budget development and monitoring
  • Strong personnel and human resources management experience to engage staff, evaluate performance and celebrate staff and program accomplishments
  • Ability to implement and measure the CFS strategic plan
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Family Services Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides information and referral services for community support services
  • Facilitates access to programs offered by community organizations
  • Connects families with District services that support academic success and emotional well-being of students
  • Provides resources and support for families and students to navigate the school system
  • Collaborates with school staff to address student and family needs
  • Maintains data as required for reporting purposes
  • Identifies and markets opportunities for family engagement
  • Participates in and may facilitate community engagement activities for families
  • Implements communication systems using a variety of methods with a focus on serving families within the scope and duties of the position
  • Advocates for families and students to connect them with resources and support
  • Arranges for translation/interpretation services within the scope of the position
  • May be required to participate in home visits
  • Maintains professional boundaries within a community based role
  • Develops and implements family support plans for students that qualify for McKinney-Vento and foster care services
  • Performs other job related duties as assigned
  • Associates degree or equivalent
  • Minimum of two years working with families and children in a community organization
  • Knowledge of District Instructional Initiatives and Racial Equity
  • Awareness of confidentiality requirements as stated in federal and state law and District policies and procedures
  • Awareness of the impact of social and economic factors on families and students that impact student success
  • Possesses knowledge of community resources accessible to families
  • Understanding basic structure of schools
  • Supports families/students in crisis situations through effective analysis, problem-solving and intervention as needed
  • Provides services in respectful and empathetic manner
  • Possesses effective oral and written communication skills
  • Demonstrates computer skills including word processing, data entry and maintenance of spread sheets and other data files
  • Ability to prioritize work with a focus on balancing crisis situations with support work for student success
  • Ability to collaborate with other school employees, parents and community members and organizations
  • Possesses the ability to connect with students and families who may have traditionally been disconnected from schools
  • Demonstrates situational awareness to positively impact families and students
  • Demonstrates multicultural sensitivity with the ability to effectively and collaboratively work with diverse populations
  • Ability to perform all duties in accordance with all applicable Board policies and district and legal requirements
  • Ability to meet and maintain punctuality and attendance expectations
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Family Services Coordinator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Facilitates the Family Services Program including seminars, individual sessions, and cognitive behavioral therapy groups as per company policy
  • Conducts initial intake sessions with new participants
  • Becomes well versed and trained in all Family Services curriculum
  • Ensures all resident/family out-reach protocols are implemented in an efficient manner so that services are easily obtainable to residents and families
  • Maintains an active caseload
  • Develops and implements specialized family programming such as holiday and back to school programs
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Manager, National Family Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides direct assistance to the Director, Post Release Services with all aspects of family services programming including reviewing and analyzing program audits, outcome measures and studies
  • Oversees, evaluates and continuously improves family services programs including therapeutic and modified therapeutic community, out-patient treatment and education programs
  • Ensures quality assurance and fidelity of all family services programs in the residential reentry facilities
  • Works collaboratively to develop strategies and updates and implements clinical policies and procedures
  • Travels to facilities to evaluate current programs and implement and trains staff in evidence based programs
  • Prepares monthly outcome reports
  • Provides or arranges for staff development and training
  • Works closely with the Director, Contract Compliance to compile, review and analyze audit results, identify issues, and develop, implement and monitor initiatives put in place to increase program effectiveness
  • Formulates plans and policies for family services programming and submits them to the Director, Post Release Services for approval
  • Provides short-term assistance to facility program personnel in need of operational support including coaching and mentoring with management techniques and strategies
  • Reviews program initiatives and suggests best practice enhancements to maintain the Company’s competitive edge
  • Reports results of program improvement efforts and ongoing performance measures