Group Home Treatment & Program Director
Partnership for Children
"Partnership for Children strives to provide hope to children and families. Join our team as a
Group Home Treatment & Program Director. This full-time, exempt position is located in Missoula, Montana.
Partnership for Children (PFC) works with families and children, many of whom are impacted by trauma, poverty, and various social determinants of health, such as food insecurity, homelessness, and lack of affordable childcare. PFC's trauma informed approach is based on asking, not what is wrong with you, but what happened to you? The attachment framework puts relationships at the center of treatment and creates a sense of security, connection, and belonging for children and their families.
We care about your:
Time off: Vacation is important! Annual leave up to 80 hours per year and bonus leave at the rate of 32 hours for each year of employment up to a maximum accrual rate of 112 hours per year. (WOW! Almost 5 weeks of vacation total!).
Health: Health insurance (PFC pays 85% of employee's premium, HSA contributions up to $100/month, optional dental and vision insurance.
Time for your health: Exceptional leave (illness or injury) up to 96 hours per year.
Preparation for the future: 401(k) retirement account. PFC will match two-to-one up to 3% of the employee's gross wages.
Investing in you: Paid trainings, individual supervision, and annual raises.
Peace of mind, just in case: Long-term Disability and Life insurance. PFC pays 100%.
Job Summary: The Group Home Treatment & Program Director performs a variety of administrative, supervisory, clinical and advanced direct care services in managing personnel, creating a therapeutic milieu and meeting each child's treatment needs. This position ensures the philosophical, operational and clinical integrity of home services for 24-hour operation. The Director assumes a leadership role in integrating, overseeing, planning and evaluating each child's treatment progress and directs treatment implementation in the milieu to ensure the overall wellbeing of children. The Director works closely with a variety of agency personnel and community professionals in meeting program and operational needs. The Director is responsible for the development and maintenance of a positive and cohesive staff effort in an atmosphere of trust and security.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in human services, or the experience and education or equivalent. Human services experience equivalent to a bachelor's degree is six years.
A minimum of 3 years' experience providing direct care to youth and families.
Experience with provision of services in a residential setting preferred.
A valid Montana Driver's License.
For more information about this position and to apply, please visit our website: www.pfcmt.org" Contact: Rachelle Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, May 31, 2023
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