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Employment 2018-07-19T21:05:47+00:00

Current Openings

General Description: The Resource Parent Coach provides recruitment, credentialing, and support services in compliance with and as directed by contract through the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, the Philadelphia Department of Human Services, and the Community Umbrella Agency/ies to which Concilio sub-contracts. The Coach’s role is to: (1) recruit prospective foster parents; (2) screen and approve prospective foster and kinship parents in collaboration with the Resource Parent Coordinator; (3) provide training and follow up services to approved foster and kinship parents including resource linkage; (4) provide coaching, issue intervention and support services as it relates to the needs and well-being of the child/ren placed in their care; and (5) maintain all documentation meeting state/county standards and best practices. Bachelors degree in Social work or related field required.
General Description: The Permanency Specialist provides adoption services under contract from the Statewide Adoption Network, Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare and the Philadelphia Department of Human Services. The Permanency Specialist’s role is to: (1) provide adoption finalization, child preparation, child and family profile development with kinship families, adoptive families and children throughout the adoption or permanency and post-permanency process; and (2) maintain case records with timely and accurate documentation meeting state/county standards and best practices. Bachelors degree in social work or related field required.
General Description: The Part Time Victim Advocate will serve as a community based advocate for victims and witnesses of crime in the East Division. This position will also serve as a primary contact to ensure on site services at the Criminal Justice Center as assigned. Services delivered include but are not limited to: education about victim legal rights and protections; criminal justice progress; providing crisis intervention, emotional support and safety planning; helping submit comments to courts, probation, and parole boards; intervening with creditors, landlords and employers on behalf of victims; helping find shelter and transportation; referral linkage and support with follow up to community based services; connecting victims SAVIN to ensure notification of inmates’ release or escape; and completion of Crime Victims Compensation Applications. Advocate will also help victims to prepare and submit a victim impact statement, support intervention with harassment and intimidation, and help to request translation services in court as appropriate. Advocate will offer victims information about the different options available to them and support victims' decision-making from a client centered, trauma informed approach and be committed to maintaining the highest possible levels of confidentiality in their communications with victims. The Victim Advocate will be responsible for ensuring participation in and facilitation of community level outreach and awareness activities in collaboration with community partners and community residents. This position will serve as a key liaison to the District Attorney’s office, police districts, other community partners and community residents. Bachelors degree preferred. High School Diploma required.
General Description Oversight and supervision for services delivered include but are not limited to: education about victim legal rights and protections; criminal justice progress; providing crisis intervention, emotional support and safety planning; helping submit comments to courts, probation, and parole boards; intervening with creditors, landlords and employers on behalf of victims; helping find shelter and transportation; referral linkage and support with follow up to community based services; connecting victims SAVIN to ensure notification of inmates’ release or escape; and completion of Crime Victims Compensation Applications. The Program Coordinator will supervise 3-4 staff members, interns and volunteers as well as oversee the day to day operations of the program including but not limited to managing the program’s emergency relocation program, reporting to funders, and conducting bi weekly supervisions with the team of advocates. Supervisory experience required. Bi-lingual English/Spanish strongly preferred. Bachelors degree in social work or related field required.
General Description: The Youth Program Facilitator is responsible for running the daily after school activities for at risk youth populations in the OST (out-of-school time program) program. The Youth Program Facilitator is also responsible for the facilitation of youth enrolled in the Summer Youth Work Ready program. The programs are under contract with the Philadelphia Department of Human Services, Public Health Management Corporation, and Philadelphia Youth Network. Because the Youth Program Facilitator works with at-risk youth populations, they carry a high degree of responsibility for the students’ physical and emotional safety and are therefore, expected to serve with the utmost professionalism, care, and integrity. The Youth Program Facilitator is supervised by the Program Site Coordinator.
General description Family Social Services Manager provides management and oversight to all foster care, adoptions, and post-permanency services. This position reports to the Deputy Director, and provides supervisory functions to the Resource Parent Coordinator and the Permanency Coordinator in compliance with and as directed by contract through the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, the Philadelphia Department of Human Services, and the Community Umbrella Agency/ies to which Concilio sub-contracts. The Manager’s role is to: (1) develop and implement policies, procedures, strategies and services to ensure achievement and program compliance with funding and agency goals; (2) train, supervise and evaluate assigned staff and (3) represent Concilio’s family social services internally and externally as appropriate. This position requires excellent written and oral communication skills, and overall strong judgment, management abilities, and professionalism. Masters Degree Required along with 2 years supervisory experience. Knowledge of child welfare system required.

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