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Massachusetts Employer Supervisor, Prevention & Diversion in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

FamilyAid Boston, the city?s largest human service agency solely focused on ending childhood and family homelessness, is seeking a Supervisor, Prevention and Diversion to provide high-quality case management services and successful operation of our prevention, stabilization, and diversion programming in health care, education, and social service settings. The Supervisor will provide program leadership and supervision to a team of case managers whose primary focus is to 2 generation stabilization services and house homeless parents and their children. The Supervisor will coordinate work across partners, often through case managers, to align individual components, minimize burden on families and maximize the effectiveness of the interventions. In addition to leading, hiring, supervising, developing, and evaluating staff, the Supervisor works with the Program Manager, Prevention and Diversion and other program leadership to ensure implementation of agency and program policies and practices to ensure the provision of high-quality services to our client families and children. The successful candidate will have a MSW degree and equivalent experience, bicultural background, 3-5 years professional social work and managerial experience required. English, Spanish and/or Haitian Creole preferred. Demonstrated success in applying evidence-based practices including Trauma-Informed Care, critical time intervention and motivational interviewing. Familiarity working in a clinical setting. Ability to work in both office and field-based settings with a diverse, homeless population. Flexibility and compassion essential. With a mission to empower parents facing homelessness to secure and sustain housing and build foundations for their children?s futures, FamilyAid is on a fast track to curb the region?s growing homelessness crisis. Its nationally recognized homelessness prevention, diversion, emergency shelter, and supportive affordable housing programs serve more than 3000 children and parents each year. Under new executive leadership, the hundred-plus year-old agency has launched bold new strategies to reduce two generation homelessness by dramatically increasing its prevention, housing and supportive services for children, putting the organization on a fast-growth trajectory. FamilyAid Boston is dynamic, friendly, and diverse where results, professional growth and work/life balance are valued. We offer competitive salaries, contribute to employees? health, dental and retirement plans, and provide generous paid time off. The agency is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or age.

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