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  • Director of Finance (full-time)

    LOCATION: 77 Shoe House Road York, PA 17406 - Building A

    REPORTS TO: Chief Administrative Officer


    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. General
      1. Complies with all Organization and department policies, procedures, and protocols in a professional and ethical manner.
        1. Includes the entire policies and procedures manual.
        2. Adheres to the Confidentiality Policy.
        3. Follows the Code of Ethics and Professional Practices Policy.
        4. Meets specific training requirements as outlined by MCO’s, DHS, and COA.
        5. Includes all policies in the Team Member Handbook
      2. Provides oversight and implementation of the Organization’s administrative processes.
      3. Manage day to day fiscal operations by supervising Finance team members and work closely with the Leadership team and the Finance committee.
      4. Participate in Leadership planning, discussion, and analysis. Bring to the discussion a thorough understanding of the current fiscal status of the organization as well as being able to prepare forecasts and run “what if scenarios.”
      5. Applies principles of accounting and statistical analysis to install and maintain a general accounting system and prepare financial and operating reports from operational data.
      6. Oversee the smooth and efficient running of the Finance Department.
      7. Ensure compliance with federal and state funding authority and audit requirements.
      8. Maintain integrity of the accounting system (Quick books), ensuring it always remains effective and operational.
      9. Prepare financial information for budget negotiations and rate setting for referring counties, medical assistance, and the Department of Human Services.  Ensure compliance with all Department of Human Service finance requirements.
      10. On a monthly basis, report balance sheet and financial summary for review by Finance Committee.
      11. Monitor and report all investment and trust accounts.  
      12. Update “Financial reports” as needed to reflect organization activities.
      13. Ensure that the organization has sufficient risk management by working with the Finance Committee and the insurance broker.
      14. Provide assistance and direction to the Human Resources department regarding financial matters.
      15. Participate as a member of the Leadership Team and contribute to the overall development and coordination of Organization business.
    2. Finance Administration:
      1. Leads the planning, budgeting, supervision, and management of Finance.
        1. Work with the supervisory staff to help them understand the fiscal impact of maintaining budgeted populations and not exceeding budgeted expenses.
      2. Develops, Communicates, and executes the strategic plan for the Finance Department aligned with the Organization’s strategic plan.
      3. Oversees the monthly reconciliation ledgers and sub-ledgers including general, accounts payable and accounts receivable.
      4. Analyze business performance/results, providing feedback to senior management and program supervisors.
      5. Track and monitor revenue for accuracy, verifying it against the sub-ledger report monthly.
      6. Ensure that expenses are allocated correctly, taking corrective action where inconsistencies arise.
      7. Ensure that monthly accruals are adjusted to meet the demands of the business.
      8. In conjunction with the President, negotiate competitive rates with State, County, and Insurers.
      9. Monitor and manage property and liability insurance claims.
      10. Monitor and track loan covenants.
      11. Management of cash balances and lines of credit.
      12. Ensure that accounts receivable is monitored, and collections are consistent with the set Organization time frames.
      13. Oversee the medical billing process to ensure that all requirements are met, including insurance contracting, agency and doctor credentialing, monitoring of managed care and commercial insurance authorizations.
      14. Prepare Annual Title IV-E reports.
      15. Prepare Annual Medicare/Medicaid cost reports.
    3. Budgeting / Forecasting & Reporting:
      1. Coordinate and prepare annual budgets, including operating and capital expenditure budgets for approval by President and Finance Committee.
      2. Ensure the accurate preparation/reporting of monthly financial results in strict accordance with Organization deadlines.
      3. Where required, provide assistance/direction to Directors, Associate Directors, and Supervisors with regards to the preparation of budgets.
      4. Ensure that business cash flow adequately supports company work activities and produces optimal results.
      5. Ensure approved capital expenditure budgets are always adhered to.
      6. Ensure any variations to budgets and forecasts are explained in management reports, including any future/potential exposures to the Organization.
      7. Collate all relevant information to produce end of year accounts for the auditors.
      8. Maintains contact with Organization’s external audit firms and ensures that end of year financial accounts report, including all support schedules, is finalized by the specified date and presented to the auditors. 
      9. On an annual basis prepare “budget reports” for review by Finance Committee.
      10. On a monthly basis track and review expenditure against set budgets, providing the Finance Committee with a “budget inconsistencies report.”
    4. Asset and Property Management: 
      1. Ensure all organization assets are monitored and accurately accounted for.
      2. Ensure the fixed assets register is managed and maintained with strict adherence to “fixed assets procedure.”
      3. On a monthly basis ensure the general ledger is reconciled to the assets register.
    5. Regulation & Compliance: 
      1. As required, complete DHS returns within the specified date for final review by County and forward to the regulatory body.
      2. On an annual basis, reconcile gross wages and payroll tax against general ledger for review by auditors.
      3. On an ongoing basis, review company expenditure to ensure compliance with Federal, State and County regulations.
      4. Ensure that the annual audit is completed for approval by the Board of Directors.
      5. Ensure that the organization is compliant with COA financial standards.
      6. Collect and collate all necessary documentation in readiness and preparation of organization’s 990 tax return.
    6. Information Technology:
      1. Manages the Information Systems which includes platform services, database management, support, and other services.
      2. Oversees the operation of the helpdesk including vendor management and the work activity of the technical support team to ensure efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity of assigned work.
      3. Facilitate site additions, moves and changes from an IT perspective.
      4. Serve as an escalation and communication point for IT issues.
      5. Liaison with third party IT contractor.
    7. Facilities and Fleet:
      1. Development and management of the capital budget.
      2. Provides oversight for routine and preventative and emergency maintenance of all Agency facilities and vehicles including development of preventative maintenance.
      3. Manages the development and performance of the Facilities team.
      4. Supports appropriate communication between the Facilities team, Agency, team members, administration, board members and outside vendors.
      5. Ensures that quarterly inspections of all properties are occurring as scheduled.
      6. Serves as the team member liaison to the Building and Grounds Committee.
    8. Leadership and People Management: 
      1. Make self-available as coach/mentor in assisting direct reports to develop in their positions.
      2. Ensure that relevant information is communicated to direct reports enabling them to effectively conduct their functions.
      3. Delegate tasks to direct reports in line with skill, knowledge, and ability, and where necessary identify skill gaps and training requirements.
      4. As a member of the leadership team, become involved in strategic matters including analysis of new programs.
      5. Complete and implement the annual operating plan for Finance department within company specified time frame.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

    • Strong people skills and effective verbal and written communication skills are critical.
    • The ability to lead a small team to achieve administrative and business finance and understanding protocol when interacting with management and Board members, together with maintaining a high degree of sensitivity and confidentiality.
    • The ability to plan and prioritize workloads to meet deadlines and use effective time management of workflow to meet accounting deadlines.
    • The ability to work without management direction, use initiative and possess a positive attitude towards teamwork is critical.
    • The capacity to train and coach other members of the department is an expected element of this position, so too is the capacity to develop and format procedures and workflow systems which accurately reflect the department’s operations.
    • Ability to intermittently stand and sit.
    • Pushing, pulling, lifting, and carrying as required.
    • Must be able to describe and articulate events in both written and spoken English.
    • Must be able to read and comprehend reports written in English.
    • Must have and be able to maintain a valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License.
    • Ability to use appropriate technology to communicate and complete duties.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Minimum of a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, Master’s degree preferred.
    • At least 5 years of senior accounting experience incorporating analysis and problem-solving principals within a small to medium organization. Non-Profit experience would be an advantage, as is previous experience working in a behavioral health environment.
    • Working knowledge of accounting disciplines such as financial accounting, compliance reporting, forecasting and budget preparation required.
    • Computer literacy with reference to Microsoft Office – Excel & Word with a working knowledge of technology systems.
    • All required clearances
    • Be sensitive to and comfortable with working in an agency that provides psychiatric residential treatment services to a culturally diverse population.
  • Therapist II - BRIDGES™ Partial Hospitalization Program (full-time)

    LOCATION: 77 Shoe House Road York, PA 17406

    REPORTS TO: Director of Programs; Program Supervisor

    COMPENSATION: $45,000 a year


    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Comply with all Agency and Program policies, procedures and protocols in a professional and ethical manner.
    2. Work to insure the health, safety, and well being of both clients and fellow staff at all times:
      1. Adheres to the seven commitments of the Sanctuary Model
      2. Appropriately performs Safe Crisis Management physical intervention techniques
      3. Maintains the clean and sanitary conditions of the building and agency property
    3. In conjunction with the Program Supervisor and Psychiatrist, assist with the development and implementation of the clinical operations of the program, and provide evidence-based and best practices clinical services to individual clients, groups, and families:
      1. Appropriately and comprehensively completes required assessment tools.
      2. Provides evidence-based and best practices clinical services to assigned clients, families and groups.
      3. Develops clinically appropriate program curriculum.
    4. Perform collateral services with families, agencies, schools, and other involved entities and presides at multi-agency/inter-agency team meetings:
      1. Provides collateral services in a thorough and timely fashion
      2. Ensures collateral services meet all governing regulations
    5. Develop individualized comprehensive treatment plans with clients, families, concurrent services, and other members of the treatment team:
      1. Treatment plans follow the CASSP principles
      2. Treatment plans are strengths bases
      3. Treatment plans are measurable
    6. Prepare and complete required reports, documentation, and billing information as well as perform other required administrative tasks as assigned.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

    1. Physical ability to perform all aspects of safe crisis management, including physical interventions.
    2. Ability to intermittently stand and sit.
    3. Pushing, pulling, lifting, and carrying as required.
    4. Must be able to describe and articulate events in both written and spoken English.
    5. Must be able to read and comprehend reports written in English.
    6. Ability to provide awake supervision of clients at all times.
    7. Ability to provide vehicular transportation of clients.
    8. Has the mental and emotional capacity to work in a highly stressful environment.
    9. Maintains a flexible schedule for appointments and on-call duties.

    QUALIFICATIONS: 

    1. Master's degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or related field required.
    2. License preferred.
    3. Good written and verbal communication skills. 
    4. 21 years of age or older.
    5. All required clearances.
    6. Be sensitive to and comfortable with working in an agency that provides services to a culturally diverse population.
  • Caseworker - Foster Care (full-time)

    LOCATION: 77 Shoe House Road York, PA 17406

    REPORTS TO: Director of Programs; Program Supervisor

    COMPENSATION: $18.66/hr


    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Comply with all Agency and Program policies, procedures and protocols in a professional and ethical manner
    2. Provide case management and advocacy services including placement supervision, support, guidance, and interventions for program youth, their families, and resource families
    3. Perform Resource Home Visits and Safety Checks at least every-other week but more frequently as outlined in the ISP
    4. Transport clients as needed in the absence of an available Transportation Aide
    5. Attend court hearings, ISP meetings, team meetings, and case reviews as scheduled
    6. Attend and actively participates in scheduled training experiences
    7. Receive referrals made to the program and assists with determining appropriate resource family matches
    8. Prepare and complete required reports and documentation in a timely and accurate manner, maintains files and records, and performs other required administrative tasks as assigned
    9. Establish and maintain positive relationships with the referral providers, inter-agency members, resource families, and the community
    10. Attend regular supervision with immediate supervisor
    11. Maintain adoption units when needed and as assigned
    12. Complete other duties as assigned by the Program Supervisor or Program Director

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

    1. Ability to intermittently stand and sit
    2. Pushing, pulling, lifting, and carrying as required
    3. Must be able to describe and articulate events in both written and spoken English
    4. Must be able to read and comprehend reports written in English
    5. Ability to provide vehicular transportation of clients
    6. Has the mental and emotional capacity to work in a highly stressful environment
    7. Maintains a flexible schedule for appointments and on-call duties

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    1. Bachelor’s degree required
    2. Successful completion of Caseworker orientation or 1 year of caseworker experience
    3. Good written and verbal communication skills
    4. 21 years of age or older
    5. All required clearances
    6. Be sensitive to and comfortable with working in an agency that provides services to a culturally diverse population
  • Direct Support Professional - George Street (part-time, 2nd shift)

    LOCATION: 1298 North George Street York, PA 17404

    REPORTS TO: Director of Programs; Program Supervisor

    COMPENSATION: $17.50/hr


    RESPONSIBILITIES - Direct Support Specialist:

    1. Comply with all Agency and Program policies, procedures, and protocols in a professional and ethical manner.
    2. Abides by all expectations outlined by licensing bodies, including but not limited to COA and DPW.
    3. Provide supervision as per program expectations, and ensure that all clients have appropriate shelter and nutrition.
    4. Ensure that the milieu provides physical and emotional safety for all clientele.
    5. Provide oversight of milieu and ensure that all residents complete daily living activities (i.e., personal hygiene, laundry, maintaining a clean living space).
    6. Provide vehicular transportation for clients as needed and assigned.
    7. Work to ensure the health and well being of both clients and fellow staff at all times by adhering to the Seven Commitments of the Sanctuary® Model and the philosophy of Safe Crisis Management.
    8. Prepare and complete required reports and documentation as per organization and program expectations as well as perform other required administrative tasks assigned.
    9. Provide client oversight, participate in, or facilitate group meetings and activities specific to program implementation.
    10. Attend regular supervision with immediate supervisor and provide the necessary communication relating to all operations of the program.
    11. Perform other duties as assigned by the Program Supervisor, Independent Living Coordinator, or Associate Director.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

    1. Physical ability to perform all aspects of safe crisis management, including physical interventions.
    2. Ability to intermittently stand and sit.
    3. Pushing, pulling, lifting, and carrying as required.
    4. Must be able to describe and articulate events in both written and spoken English.
    5. Must be able to read and comprehend reports written in English.
    6. Ability to provide awake supervision of clients at all times.
    7. Ability to provide vehicular transportation of clients.
    8. Has the mental and emotional capacity to work in a highly stressful environment.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    1. 21 years of age or older.
    2. High School Diploma or equivalent. 
    3. One year of experience working with children/youth in a residential treatment setting or other relevant experience preferred.
    4. Good written and verbal communication skills.
    5. All required clearances
    6. Be sensitive to and comfortable with working in an agency that provides services to a culturally diverse population

    SHIFTS AVAILABILE:

    Friday & Saturday 3 pm – 11 pm

  • Direct Support Professional - RISE (full time, 2nd shift)

    LOCATION: 55 Shoe House Road York, PA 17406

    REPORTS TO: Director of Programs; Program Supervisor

    COMPENSATION: $17.50/hr


    RESPONSIBILITIES - Direct Support Specialist:

    1. Comply with all Agency and Program policies, procedures, and protocols in a professional and ethical manner.
    2. Abides by all expectations outlined by licensing bodies, including but not limited to COA and DPW.
    3. Provide supervision as per program expectations, and ensure that all clients have appropriate shelter and nutrition.
    4. Ensure that the milieu provides physical and emotional safety for all clientele.
    5. Provide oversight of milieu and ensure that all residents complete daily living activities (i.e., personal hygiene, laundry, maintaining a clean living space).
    6. Provide vehicular transportation for clients as needed and assigned.
    7. Work to ensure the health and well being of both clients and fellow staff at all times by adhering to the Seven Commitments of the Sanctuary® Model and the philosophy of Safe Crisis Management.
    8. Prepare and complete required reports and documentation as per organization and program expectations as well as perform other required administrative tasks assigned.
    9. Provide client oversight, participate in, or facilitate group meetings and activities specific to program implementation.
    10. Attend regular supervision with immediate supervisor and provide the necessary communication relating to all operations of the program.
    11. Perform other duties as assigned by the Program Supervisor, Independent Living Coordinator, or Associate Director.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

    1. Physical ability to perform all aspects of safe crisis management, including physical interventions.
    2. Ability to intermittently stand and sit.
    3. Pushing, pulling, lifting, and carrying as required.
    4. Must be able to describe and articulate events in both written and spoken English.
    5. Must be able to read and comprehend reports written in English.
    6. Ability to provide awake supervision of clients at all times.
    7. Ability to provide vehicular transportation of clients.
    8. Has the mental and emotional capacity to work in a highly stressful environment.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    1. 21 years of age or older.
    2. High School Diploma or equivalent. 
    3. One year of experience working with children/youth in a residential treatment setting or other relevant experience preferred.
    4. Good written and verbal communication skills.
    5. All required clearances
    6. Be sensitive to and comfortable with working in an agency that provides services to a culturally diverse population

    SHIFTS AVAILABILE:

    Tuesday - Saturday, 3 PM - 11 PM

  • Direct Support Professional - Floater (full time, 2nd shift)

    LOCATION: Varies

    REPORTS TO: Director of Programs; Program Supervisor

    COMPENSATION: $17.50/hr


    RESPONSIBILITIES - Direct Support Specialist:

    1. Comply with all Agency and Program policies, procedures, and protocols in a professional and ethical manner.
    2. Abides by all expectations outlined by licensing bodies, including but not limited to COA and DPW.
    3. Provide supervision as per program expectations, and ensure that all clients have appropriate shelter and nutrition.
    4. Ensure that the milieu provides physical and emotional safety for all clientele.
    5. Provide oversight of milieu and ensure that all residents complete daily living activities (i.e., personal hygiene, laundry, maintaining a clean living space).
    6. Provide vehicular transportation for clients as needed and assigned.
    7. Work to ensure the health and well being of both clients and fellow staff at all times by adhering to the Seven Commitments of the Sanctuary® Model and the philosophy of Safe Crisis Management.
    8. Prepare and complete required reports and documentation as per organization and program expectations as well as perform other required administrative tasks assigned.
    9. Provide client oversight, participate in, or facilitate group meetings and activities specific to program implementation.
    10. Attend regular supervision with immediate supervisor and provide the necessary communication relating to all operations of the program.
    11. Perform other duties as assigned by the Program Supervisor, Program Coordinator, or Associate Director.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

    1. Physical ability to perform all aspects of safe crisis management, including physical interventions.
    2. Ability to intermittently stand and sit.
    3. Pushing, pulling, lifting, and carrying as required.
    4. Must be able to describe and articulate events in both written and spoken English.
    5. Must be able to read and comprehend reports written in English.
    6. Ability to provide awake supervision of clients at all times.
    7. Ability to provide vehicular transportation of clients.
    8. Has the mental and emotional capacity to work in a highly stressful environment.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    1. 21 years of age or older.
    2. High School Diploma or equivalent. 
    3. One year of experience working with children/youth in a residential treatment setting or other relevant experience preferred.
    4. Good written and verbal communication skills.
    5. All required clearances
    6. Be sensitive to and comfortable with working in an agency that provides services to a culturally diverse population

    SHIFTS AVAILABILE:

    Tuesday - Saturday, 3 PM - 11 PM

  • Direct Support Professional - Floater (full time, 3rd shift)

    LOCATION: Varies

    REPORTS TO: Director of Programs; Program Supervisor

    COMPENSATION: $17.50/hr


    RESPONSIBILITIES - Direct Support Specialist:

    1. Comply with all Agency and Program policies, procedures, and protocols in a professional and ethical manner.
    2. Abides by all expectations outlined by licensing bodies, including but not limited to COA and DPW.
    3. Provide supervision as per program expectations, and ensure that all clients have appropriate shelter and nutrition.
    4. Ensure that the milieu provides physical and emotional safety for all clientele.
    5. Provide oversight of milieu and ensure that all residents complete daily living activities (i.e., personal hygiene, laundry, maintaining a clean living space).
    6. Provide vehicular transportation for clients as needed and assigned.
    7. Work to ensure the health and well being of both clients and fellow staff at all times by adhering to the Seven Commitments of the Sanctuary® Model and the philosophy of Safe Crisis Management.
    8. Prepare and complete required reports and documentation as per organization and program expectations as well as perform other required administrative tasks assigned.
    9. Provide client oversight, participate in, or facilitate group meetings and activities specific to program implementation.
    10. Attend regular supervision with immediate supervisor and provide the necessary communication relating to all operations of the program.
    11. Perform other duties as assigned by the Program Supervisor, Program Coordinator, or Associate Director.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

    1. Physical ability to perform all aspects of safe crisis management, including physical interventions.
    2. Ability to intermittently stand and sit.
    3. Pushing, pulling, lifting, and carrying as required.
    4. Must be able to describe and articulate events in both written and spoken English.
    5. Must be able to read and comprehend reports written in English.
    6. Ability to provide awake supervision of clients at all times.
    7. Ability to provide vehicular transportation of clients.
    8. Has the mental and emotional capacity to work in a highly stressful environment.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    1. 21 years of age or older.
    2. High School Diploma or equivalent. 
    3. One year of experience working with children/youth in a residential treatment setting or other relevant experience preferred.
    4. Good written and verbal communication skills.
    5. All required clearances
    6. Be sensitive to and comfortable with working in an agency that provides services to a culturally diverse population

    SHIFTS AVAILABILE:

    Tuesday - Saturday, 11 PM - 7 AM


We offer impressive benefits.

  • No-cost medical, dental, and vision coverage for the employee- a $12,000 benefit!
  • No-cost life and accidental death insurance & long-term disability coverage.
  • 403B Retirement plan with 5% employer contribution after one year of service.
  • Tuition Reimbursement and Professional Development.
  • Time off benefits (sick, vacation, personal holidays).
  • Employee Assistance Program.


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Or, you can contact us the old-fashioned way:

Children’s Home of York
Attn: Human Resources Department
77 Shoe House Road, York, PA 17406
Fax Number: (717) 718-9720


Children’s Home of York is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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