Eagle Heights has begun the process of starting a new ministry that will be a Christ-centered care center for those dealing with addictions and seeking recovery. Phase 1 of the project will be include all of the activities to get the ministry started, developing a staff, beginning support groups for intensive OutPatient care and casting the vision for the next phases. The ministry could grow to include on-site residential care and rehabilitation, women and children's services as well as benevolence, outreach and other programs.
Person in this position will be responsible for the delivery of program services, quality client care, regulatory and contract compliance: interagency and community relationships in service area. Must be able to demonstrate awareness of the cultural and socioeconomic differences of our clients, a commitment to empowering others to solve their own problems and a conviction about the capacity of people to grow and change; the ability to establish a respectful relationship with persons served to help them gain skills and confidence by maintaining a helping role and appropriately intervening to meet service goals; the ability to set appropriate limits.
Bachelors (Masters Degree preferred) in social work, counseling, theology, business or any related human service area of study from an accredited college, university or seminary with at least 5 years of related experience in management with skills in supervision of care providers, financial matters, programs, and the ability to coordinate the organization’s services with other community resources. Applicant must be a mature adult, at least twenty-five (25) years of age able to demonstrate a commitment to a Christian worldview consistent with an Evangelical perspective. Need to have a proven ability to start and grow new ministries. CADC or equivalent professional counseling endorsement strongly desired but not required. Resume packages will accepted only until July 15th, 2009.
1. Direct supervision of site-specific program coordinators;
2. Responsible for all aspects of treatment for all clients;
3. Responsible for training, supervision, and scheduling of all staff, trainees, and volunteers;
4. Provide case management and quality assurance reviews on a monthly basis;
5. Provide counselor observation on a regular basis;
6. Meet with staff and treatment team on a once weekly basis;
7. Report to Pastoral Leadership Team on a weekly basis;
8. Maintain and review operational budgets and financials;
9. Review and assess risk management issues;
10. Assist the Program Director/Clinical Supervisor with program design, development, and implementation;
11. Review each employee’s job performance on a yearly basis (or more often if necessary). Hire or terminate employees with advice and consent from the Pastoral Leadership Team;
12. Write and submit required reports and/or provide appropriate data for administrative and marketing needs;
13. Responsible for facility compliance with health, fire and other regulatory standards;
14. Acts as Oasis Care Center representative/liaison with other agencies (Law Enforcement agencies; Juvenile Court Facilities; Welfare agencies; Community Hospitals, etc.) regarding all Client/Service issues;
15. Attend regular professional education classes/workshops to continuously upgrade job skills or promote the image of the agency;
16. Be on 24-hour call for emergencies or have appropriate representative/supervision in place;
17. Respond to all emergency situations that would necessitate Director’s intervention;
18. Insure that all required policies and procedures of Oasis Care Center are carried out in all programs;
19. Embrace and embody the mission, vision, guiding principles, clinical vision and goals of Oasis Care Center; and,
20. Other relevant duties as assigned.