Program Manager - Winton, NC: Methodist Home for Children

Methodist Home for Children, headquartered in Raleigh, is a 501(c)(3) that works to ensure safe, nurturing homes for children while working to eradicate the social and family problems that lead to abuse, neglect, family disruption and abandonment. We provide community-based services for children and families throughout North Carolina. We partner with public agencies to serve children in crisis and we raise private funds to ensure that we can deliver the best in evidence-based services. 

We are currently seeking a Program Manager for the Hertford County (Winton, NC) Multipurpose Home. The Program Manager is responsible for the on-site administration and supervision of program operations of the assigned group home. Responsibilities include programmatic supervision of the group home, as well as management of the home's budget, staff, delivery of program services, coordination of volunteers, and relationships with service professionals, clients and their families, neighbors of the home and the general community. 

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Michele Boguslofski
Operations Manager - Butner, NC: Methodist Home for Children

Operated by Methodist Home for Children in partnership with the Department of Public Safety, the Insight Juvenile Crisis and Assessment Center provides a comprehensive juvenile assessment in a residential setting with the goal of matching the youth to the most appropriate services in his or her community. The Center serves Level II offenders between the ages of 10 and 17.

We are currently seeking an Operations Manager to provide executive direction, supervision and consultation for the Assessment Center staff in Butner, NC.  The Operations Manager is also responsible for administering advanced psychological assessments and managing the administration of level A & B instruments.

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Michele Boguslofski
Hope Center for Children: Voluntary Case Manager

The Case Manager is part of a prevention team charged to provide assessment and case management services for families in Spartanburg and Cherokee counties. This position reports to the Hope Center for Children (HCFC) Program Supervisor for Case Management and works collaboratively with SAFY (another nonprofit agency) and the appointed DSS liaison. He/she will assess families using specific tools, assess risk factors, and assist the family primarily through referral and connection with available resources. 

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Michele Boguslofski