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Social Service
Residential Supervisor
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Children's Home | Binghamton, NY
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Job Description

Residential Supervisor

The Children's Home, Binghamton, NY is looking for a Unit Supervisor on our Residential Campus

Looking for an experienced human service professional to oversee and coordinate the running of a residential unit of at-risk youth.    Lead, direct and support the work of child care staff.  Make decisions around staffing assignments and provide hands on mentoring and teaching.  The ability to engage with all types of children and previous supervisory experience required.  Must have demonstrated experience in working with youth.  This is a professional position requiring an energetic individual to provide ongoing leadership and support.   Must be willing to work non-traditional hours and be flexible based on the needs of the position.    This position is fast paced, requiring the ability to multi-task and engage children and staff in building and maintaining a therapeutic environment.  Excellent verbal and written communication, problem-solving and organization skills required.  A valid driver's license and working knowledge of computers required. 

Bachelor degree preferred.  Experience in a Residential Treatment Center environment is a plus.  Salary commensurate with experience.  Overtime available.  Excellent Benefits, including generous paid time off, 6 % Employer Pension contribution, employer paid health care, child care and tuition reimbursement.

Interested applicants are encouraged to learn more about our work and apply at www.chowc.org.   EOE


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About Children's Home

Created in 1902, Children's Home Society of Florida (CHS) is the oldest and largest statewide private not-for-profit provider of services to children and families in Florida. Services include foster care, adoption, child development, emergency shelters, residential group homes, independent and transitional living for teens, parent education, counseling, mentoring, treatment for developmentally disabled children, and more. CHS, which served nearly 160,000 children and families throughout the state in 2005-2006, is the fourth-largest nongovernmental not-for-profit organization in the United States and Canada accredited by the Council on Accreditation. Currently managing the cases of nearly one-third of all children in Florida's foster care system, CHS is headquartered in Winter Park, Fla., and offers services in more than 200 locations by more than 2,100 staff members dedicated to providing child-focused, family-centered care. The Southwest Division, established in1968, serves nearly 3000 children and families in Southwest Florida each year through a full spectrum of prevention and intervention programs. CHS Southwest Division is a member of the local AmeriCorps VISTA consortium of partner agencies coordinated through the efforts of FGCU. Children's Home Society is currently seeking a VISTA to help with development activities.