Are you excited by the prospect of working for an organization that values your professional development, offers promotional opportunities, has flexible hours, gives you a chance to make a difference in the lives of children and families? If so, read on!
WHO IS YFA?
Youth and Family Alternatives, Inc. (YFA) is a progressive not-for-profit organization of 300 staff who are dedicated to working in partnership with communities and families to create a safe, nurturing environment for children and to lead the way in building a bridge for children to have a stable and loving family. Established in 1970, YFA has been around for over 50 years, with services spanning seven counties across Florida.
No matter the role, we believe every team member at YFA has a critical role in supporting our children and our communities and we constantly strive to ensure a positive, purpose-driven, dynamic work environment for you to learn, grow and meet your fullest potential. If these values appeal to you and you would like to invest your time, energy, and talent in a cause that can make a difference in a child and family’s future, then we may have a place for you on our team!
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
- 14 Days of PTO, incrementally increasing annually
- 13 Paid holidays
- Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
- Immediate eligibility for 403b Savings Plan with match after 12 months
- Supplemental Accident, Critical Illness, and Hospital Indemnity Insurance
- Paid Life Insurance
- Employee Assistance Program
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Continuous training and professional development opportunities
- An opportunity to make the world a better place!
Location: 18377 Sheriff Mylander Way, Brooksville, FL 34601
Position Summary: Oversees day to day operation of Residential Shelter. Oversees all aspects of the administration and management of the program. Leads and directs team members in areas including, but not limited to, regulations/standards compliance, facility-specific human resources functions, budget development /monitoring, and implementation of the youth development system.
Specific job responsibilities and goals include but are not limited to:
- Oversees program supervisor.
- Oversees and monitors reports, forms and admission packets to ensure accuracy, completeness and that policy and procedure is being followed appropriately.
- Oversees and coordinates with the program supervisor as to the timely completion of contractual requirements including but not limited to fire drills, mock emergency drills, health inspections, sharps count, chemical inventory, MSDS sheets, medication management, etc.
- Oversee safety coordination for the facility.
- Facilitate the delivery and compliance with the Youth Development System (YDS) amongst all staff under direct supervision.
- Ensure the cleanliness of the facility through daily checks and facilitate a culture of cleanliness amongst the staff and youth.
- Oversees QI process/system and compliance with COA standards.
- Fully understands and follows all policy and procedures of YFA.
- Assures that all direct care staff is following policies and procedures of YFA.
- Attends all staff meetings and external meetings in a timely manner as assigned by direct supervisor.
- Handles fundraising responsibilities as needed.
- Oversees the program supervisor in the scheduling of Youth Development Staff. and ensures compliance with licensing standards and budgetary requirements.
- Participates on community/regional committees, workgroups, collaborative teams as needed.
- Oversee recruitment, hiring, training, and disciplinary actions.
- Oversees and ensures compliance with Department of Health (DOH) food program including budgetary requirements.
- Assists in the preparation of probationary and annual performance evaluations of youth development staff.
- Responsible for special projects as assigned.
- Identifies and coordinates comprehensive training needs of Youth Development Staff.
- Other duties as assigned by immediate supervisor or leadership.
- Trained and authorized to access protected health information.
Education & Experience
- Master's Degree in social work or other human services related field preferred, Bachelor's Degree in social work or other human services related field required
- 5 years of supervisory experience is required, preferably in a youth care setting
- Experience in a non-profit environment is required
- Ability to travel regionally on a regular basis and statewide as needed; Ability to bend, lift and carry 30 pounds.
- Clean driving record and able to pass a level II background screen and drug urinalysis.
- Strong leadership skills;
- ability to facilitate small and large groups with varying group dynamics; advanced verbal and written communication skills
- ability to emotionally regulate oneself when in crisis or high conflict situations
- constructively receives feedback
- guidance and direction; sound judgment in decision making
- understands when to escalate situations
- strong time management and organizational skills
- ability to adapt and function as both a leader and a contributing team member