Residential Manager/Consultant: Florida United Methodist Children's Home

SUMMARY : This position will oversee certain residential programs, coordinate ancillary services when necessary, consult and ensure of the fidelity of the therapeutic behavioral model within the residential programs and work with staff to assure compliance with contract and government regulations.

Residential Managers are responsible for ensuring teams of Residential Child Care Specialist, Youth Care Specialist and Residential Child Care Assistants deliver exceptional direct care services under the direction of the Director of Campus Life and the therapeutic guidance of the resident’s active treatment plan. Residential Managers are essentially responsible for creating and maintaining an environment which supports a positive, therapeutic culture within the residential milieu.  

Residential Managers are responsible for the coordination of scheduling, routine on-the-job training, the coordination of residential/house activities, house maintenance and cleanliness, supporting the work of all direct care staff, creating a positive culture of care, and ensuring resident participation in care.

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Michele Boguslofski
Teaching Family Consultant: Patrick Henry Boys and Girls Homes

Position Summary:

The position is responsible for the on-site administration and supervision of program operations of the assigned group home(s). Responsibilities include programmatic supervision of the group home(s), as well as management of the homes’ budgets, 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.  Effective consultation, coaching and supervision to Teaching Parents is a central function of the position.  

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Michele Boguslofski
Program Case Manager - Group Effort

Help make a person’s life be their own.

Job Posting: Program Case Manager

Position Summary:

This is a work from home position three (3) days a week. Looking for an individual with knowledge of DIDD and Choices Program(s). This person must be able to articulate program values to members, family model providers, natural supports and external stakeholders. The case manager must know and adhere to Group Effort’s policies and procedures, and Teaching Family Association Standards of Service, philosophies, and goals. Have the technical knowledge and competence in the agency protocol, admission policies and transition processes.

Duties:

This candidate will be responsible case management duties involving 25-30 individual supported files. Additional duties include but not limited to:

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Michele Boguslofski
Transition Coordinator - Group Effort

Help make a person’s life be their own.

Job Posting: Transition Coordinator

Position Summary:

This is a work from home position three (3) days a week. Looking for an individual with knowledge of DIDD and Choices Program(s). The Transition Coordinator must be able to articulate program values to potential members, natural supports and external stakeholders. The transition coordinator must know and adhere to Group Effort’s policies and procedures, and Teaching Family Association Standards of Service, philosophies, and goals. Have the technical knowledge and competence in the agency recruiting, admission policies and transition process.

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Michele Boguslofski
Teaching Family Lifestyle Coach - Group Effort

Help make a person’s life be their own.

Job Posting: Teaching Family Lifestyle Coach

POSITION SUMMARY: To provide orientation and in-service training, instruction implementation and role modeling to the Family Teaching couples, teachers and agency staff. Monitor quality of services and ensure all person(s) receiving training and development follows the Teaching Family Association standards, applicable state/law regulations and agency quality assurance standards. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Technical knowledgeable and competence in the Teaching Family Model training, consultation, and evaluation systems is essential in order to provide pre-service, advanced training, and monitor quality assurance/improvement throughout Group Effort’s residential programs and service delivery systems.

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Michele Boguslofski
Director of Programs - Hope Center for Children

Job Title:                    Director of Programs

Qualifications:           Master’s degree in social work or related field with at least five years of experience working in the child welfare arena, including a minimum of three years supervising residential care and supervising within child welfare. Teaching Family Model (TFA) experience preferred; licensure preferred.  

Principle Responsibilities: The Director of Programs oversees all aspects of quality implementation, compliance and risk management for five HCFC programs through supervision of two program managers.

 Scope: This salaried, exempt position has responsibilities which include but are not limited to: ensuring programs are client centered and operate with high quality; ensuring compliance with HCFC policies and procedures, COA, TFA, DSS, Medicaid and all legal, contract or other regulatory standards. Serves in a leadership role internally and externally to move HCFC forward based on best practices, community need, trends and changes related to our field.

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Michele Boguslofski
Program Coordinator: Foster Care - Closer to Home Community Services

Closer to Home Community Services (CTH) is a Calgary and Airdrie based not-for-profit agency that delivers a variety of services designed to meet the needs of vulnerable children and their families. Be a part of an innovative team that envisions: A future where every child will belong to a family and feel valued and secure, all families can care for their children and contribute meaningfully in their community; and a broad array of strength-based and family-centered services that teach, coach and support families to create new possibilities and achieve better futures together.

We are seeking a Program Coordinator for Foster Care. The Foster Care Coordinator is accountable for treatment implementation for all children, young adults and families served by the program in alignment with the Teaching-Family Model. The person in this position is required to become a proficient supervisor, ensuring the effective implementation of the Teaching-Family Model, and must be willing to participate in all training, consultation and evaluation requirements to ensure fidelity of the model. The Foster Care Coordinator is responsible for the recruitment and assessment of potential foster families and on-call responsibilities at the Agency level are required as part of this position.

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Michele Boguslofski
Program Coordinator: Group Care- Closer to Home Community Services

Closer to Home Community Services (CTH) is a Calgary and Airdrie based not-for-profit agency that delivers a variety of services designed to meet the needs of vulnerable children and their families. Be a part of our innovative team that envisions: A future where every child will belong to a family and feel valued and secure, all families can care for their children and contribute meaningfully in their community; and a broad array of strength-based and family-centered services that teach, coach and support families to create new possibilities and achieve better futures together.

We are seeking a Program Coordinator for Group Care responsible for coordinating the day-to-day activities of a group home, providing direct support to the residents and staff, ensuring that program standards and reporting requirements are met and assisting with crisis management when needed. You will work closely with the management team to oversee and coordinate program operations, staff supervision and development and program budgeting. The Program Coordinator strives to develop cooperative relationships with consumers, partners and professionals in the community.

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Michele Boguslofski
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