EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Arkansas Valley CASA is currently searching for qualified applicants to apply for the position of Program Supervisor in our La Junta Office.  Ark Valley CASA is a program under the administrative umbrella of CASA of Pueblo.

Please read the job description and if interested, please follow the application instructions below carefully.

Deadline to apply is Friday, April 12, 2019.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

 

Arkansas Valley CASA supports volunteer advocates appointed to Dependency and Neglect court cases in the 16th Judicial Court District of Colorado that encompasses all of Bent, Crowley and Otero Counties. The Program Supervisor is responsible for the oversight of the recruitment, screening, training and supervision of CASA Volunteers in coordination with the Case Supervisor, managing a small office, and is also responsible for the local public relations and marketing of the program in the Judicial District.  The Program Supervisor is also responsible for working with the Advisory Board on local fundraising efforts/special events and assisting with grants that support the satellite office.

 

Salary Range:  $26,624 - $32,760 annually based on experience and qualifications. 32 Hours Per Week

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Minimum Qualifications:

    • Must be a minimum of 21 years of age.

    • Have no felony convictions or be on the Colorado TRAILS for Child Protection or the Colorado Bureau of Investigation or any other abuse registries.

    • Bachelor's degree in human services, business, marketing or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.

    • Understand donor relations and maintaining cooperative relationships. 

    • Must have two years prior supervisory experience of employees or volunteers.

    • Familiarity with the community resources.

    • The ability to communicate with, supervise and empower staff and volunteers to be effective in their roles.

    • The ability to work cooperatively with different types of personalities.

    • Knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics within families in crisis relating to child abuse and neglect as well as knowledge of Dependency and Neglect court actions and Child Welfare laws.

    • Public speaking/writing skills and strong interpersonal skills.

    • Ability to manage and prioritize a large workload and work quickly and accurately with few mistakes.

    • Must have reliable transportation to attend out-of-town meetings as well as in-town meetings and home visits with a valid license and insurance.

    • Job duties, at times, may require flexible work hours outside of regular business hours or scheduled work hours.

    • Basic knowledge of Windows Software and Mac Operating System.

    • A commitment to CASA's goals and mission.

  • Preferred Qualifications:

    • Master's degree in human services, business, marketing or related field.

 

ACCOUNTABILITY:

 

The Program Supervisor is hired by the Executive Director of the program and the Program Supervisor reports directly to the Program Manager who is responsible for his/her performance evaluations.

 

Responsibilities:

 

  • Complete CASA training and office training.

  • Attend Advisory Board Meetings as scheduled by the Advisory Committee.

  • Provide consulting, oversight and supervision for the Case Supervisor and other subordinate paid and volunteer positions assigned under the position. This includes assisting in the recruitment, screening and training of incoming employees and volunteers.

  • Coordinate the caseloads of assigned CASA Volunteers with Case Supervisors.

  • Ensure that assigned CASA Volunteers are adequately supervised to process, mentor and problem solve issues regarding case issues.

  • Provide or arrange coverage for absences including the submission of any reports or other paperwork deadlines that must be met during such absence.

  • In collaboration with the Executive Director, Development Director and the Advisory Board, establish fundraising efforts through the cultivation of individual donors, corporate supporters, faith communities and foundations in order to develop a broad fundraising base.

  • Proactively manage grant applications in coordination with the Executive Director.  Seek new avenues for grants on an ongoing basis.

  • Assist the Advisory Board and Executive Director with planning and executing special events.

  • Correspond with donors, liaisons, supporting churches, organizations, businesses, etc., through newsletters, direct mailings, social media and email.

  • Closely track and administer the donor database for the satellite office. 

  • Represent the agency at community events and advocacy efforts as needed. 

  • Attend all required meetings and special events.

  • Participate in performance evaluations of this position as directed by the Executive Director and Program Manager.

  • Other duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director or the Chairman of the Board.

INSTRUCTIONS (Please Review Carefully)

To apply, please download the employment application and return it along with a cover letter and updated resume/vita to:

Mr. Zane Grant, LCSW

Executive Director

CASA of Pueblo

130 W. Abriendo Ave.

Pueblo, CO  81004

Hand-delivered applications will not be considered; please mail your materials.  Questions are welcome via email to zane@casaofpueblo.org

Applications arriving late or that do not have the appropriate attachments will not be considered. 

Applicants will be contacted via telephone if selected for an interview.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call us:

719.470.0148

Find us: 

202 Harriet Ave., La Junta, CO  81050

 

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