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Program Supervisor

 
Posted Date: 3/28/2013
End Date: 4/27/2013
Organization: CASA of Douglas County, Inc.
Contact Name: Susan K. or Katherine
Phone: 541-672-7001
Email: sashaver@hotmail.com
Web Site: www.casaofdouglascounty.org
Address: 1000 SE Stephens Street
City, State: Roseburg,  OR  97470-4818
   
Description:
CASA of Douglas County, Inc (Court Appointed Special Advocates), a private, nonprofit organization located in Roseburg, OR, is on the forefront of implementing new initiatives to increase the ability to serve more at-risk children in our area and we are seeking a dynamic and skilled applicant for the full time position of Program Supervisor.

The Program Supervisor would be responsible for:

•Providing advocacy expertise while supervising and assisting 40-50 volunteer advocates who serve over 150 children.
•Strengthening and engaging our volunteer base while developing strategies for continued growth and training in accordance with the Program Director and Executive Director.
•Demonstrating leadership and professionalism throughout all activities in the office and community.

Job Qualifications

•Must have at least 5 years of experience in a field related to education, psychology, child development, human services or law.
•A Bachelors degree in related field. Advanced degree would be a plus.
•Supervisory experience is required.
•Must be able to pass a background check: state, federal, and DHS.
•Flexibility with schedule is a must as some work may develop outside of normal office hours.
•Ability to take initiative, work independently, perform under pressure and multi-task efficiently is essential.

TO APPLY: Please email the following to sashaver@hotmail.com with the subject line: CASA APP

1) Resume 2) Cover letter including a description of your commitment to working with at-risk children involved in the child protection system.


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