The Executive Vice President of Child and Family Services (EVP-CFS) and Training, provides leadership and direction to Child and Family Services (Point of Contact Program); SWAN; Permanency; FACT; Respite; Transitional Living; Early Childhood Development Initiative; Records Management; and In-Home Clinical Services Departments of the Pittsburgh Office. The Executive Vice President also provides leadership and direction to the FACE Department. This position will provide the vision, leadership and direction necessary to ensure the agency has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures and people systems in place to effectively ensure client safety and well-being, as well as contractual compliance and operational efficiency.
Responsible for the management and vision necessary to ensure the agency has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures and people systems in place to effectively grow the organization and to ensure operation efficiency.
Day-to-day leadership that mirrors the mission and values of the agency
Develop, communicate and implement effective change/growth strategies and processes
Motivate and lead a high-performance management team
Provide leadership for problem resolution to facilitate faster improvements and improved working relationships
Provide oversight to ensure compliance with all regulatory agencies
Foster a success-oriented, client-focused and accountable working environment
Determine measurements and effectiveness of all internal processes
Provide accurate, timely and complete reports on the operating condition
Responsible for systems improvement and quality assurance gap control of systemic issues
Responsible for fostering relationships with CYF and DHS leadership
Develop and implement new organizational structure and programs
Responsible for internal budgetary constraints and revenue over all Child and Family Services programs
Participate fully in all appropriate agency meetings related to the EVP role.
This position is expected to be included in the agency after-hours on-call rotation process.
Master’s Degree in Social Work, Business Administration or related field preferred, plus 10 years of human services/child welfare systems experience
Must have a demonstrated ability to lead people and get results through others
Organize and manage multiple priorities
Conduct problem analysis and resolution at both a strategic and functional level
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills are needed
Need to be a proactive thinker and effectively plan
Execute and follow-up on multiple curriculum deployment projects, as well as communicate effectively at all levels
Current Act 33 and Police Clearances and FBI Fingerprint Record Check
Registered vehicle and valid Certificate of Insurance for vehicle
Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License
Available to work a flexible schedule including evenings, weekends
Some local, regional and national travel required
Position serves on-call on a rotating basis
Must carry an agency-issued cell phone
About A Second Chance, Inc.
A Second Chance, Inc. is a national leader in Kinship care, a facet of foster care in which out-of-home children are placed with relatives or fictive Kin.ASCI values diversity, equity and inclusion. We show our kinship families and birth families respect and help them maintain their dignity. We are honest and transparent. And we always consider the culture of those with whom we interact, responding sensitively and respectfully based on their beliefs, practices and needs.As the only agency in the country that exclusively delivers services to the entire kinship triad (child, caregiver and birth family), our approach is pure kinship. We provide strengths-based, trauma-informed, culturally competent kinship care services that support stability and continuity and maintain a child's cultural identity and contact with their birth family.Children in care have already experienced the trauma of being removed from their homes and families. Placing them with strangers only compounds that trauma. Placing them in the homes of relatives or fictive kin reduces the chance for further trauma, while at the same time maintains their connection to their communities and cultures
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