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Job Title:

Healthy Family Illinois Supervisor

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Posted Until:







1st Shift


Full Time



Job Description:


1. Under the coordination of the Assistant Director of Home-Based Operations the HFI Support Supervisor will be responsible for the supervision of Family Support Workers who provide support to pregnant women, infants and toddlers per requirements of Healthy Families America.

2. Periodic evening/weekend recruitment activities and attendance at family activity events (required)


1. Responsible for staff members completing the screening and assessment processes of potential HFI clients for voluntary admittance into the program

2. Responsible for comprehensive case management processes from accepting cases for services, intake, case assignment, thru termination of services

3. Provide weekly reflective individual and team group supervision to staff and interns including regular joint visits, evaluations and education

4. Attend Home Visits during crisis when deemed necessary

5. Develop, revise, implements and evaluate program policies and procedures

6. Assume responsibility for quality improvement activities including educating staff, documentation audits, and working with contracted staff to provide statistical program information

7. Represent Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet before professional and community groups to promote our services and participates in networking activities. Attend community committee meetings (required)

8. Follow established guidelines for use and/or disclosure of protected health information. Employees should report any breaches of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act rules to the Privacy Office (Vice President of Patient Services) immediately. Failure to comply with HIPAA policies and procedures will result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination

9. Provide ongoing program development and the formulation and monitoring of objective and action steps within the agency plan

10. Assume responsibility for obtaining and maintaining program credentialing

11. Develop referral base, including private physicians, hospitals and schools

12. Maintain unit statistics and prepare monthly reports as requested by the Assistant Director of Home Based Operations and Division Director of Early Childhood Services

13. Maintain confidentiality of all information and records pertaining to staff, children and their families

14. Follow all Healthy Families America Best Practice Standards. Implement health and safety procedures outlined by the HFI Best Practices Standards

15. Monitor statistical and budget information, including productivity, determines cause and effect and makes appropriate changes

16. Assist staff with the development and implementation of age appropriate programs/activities that will developmentally and culturally educate the infants and toddlers

17. Plan, arrange and conduct comprehensive training for staff on health, child abuse and education needs of infants and toddlers

Job Requirements:

1. A Master’s degree is required for this position with preferences in human services, social work, early childhood education or field related to working with children and families with thirty-six (36) semester hours of early childhood coursework including infant and toddler courses preferred. All degrees must be from a regionally accredited educational institution which has U.S. Department of Education approval.

2. Minimum of three (3) years of experience working directly with pregnant teens, parenting teens and low-income families in their home environment.

3. Experience in home visitation with a strong background in prevention services to the 0 – 5 age population

4. Knowledge of maternal-infant health and dynamics of child abuse and neglect

5. Ability to work independently and accept increased levels of responsibility

6. A solid understanding of and/or experience in supervising and motivating staff, as well as providing support to staff in stressful work environments. Experience with reflective supervision practice preferred

7. Demonstrated ability to work effectively and constructively with persons from all racial, diverse cultures, family systems, and social backgrounds

8. A personal vehicle for transportation is required

9. Passage of complete background clearance, physical and Tuberculosis (TB) Test.

11. Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet, has adopted and follows the Codes of Ethics established by Catholic Charities USA, the National Association of Social Workers and the American Psychological Association. As an employee of the Agency you are expected to support these codes to the extent doing so is consistent with and allowed by applicable law

12. A valid driver’s license, reliable means of transportation and proof of liability insurance is required


Work/Life Balance Time-off: 12 Holidays - 15 Days’ Vacation -3 Personal Days-9 Sick Days
Medical/Dental/Vision Health Insurances
Flexible Spending Account
Long-Term Disability and Life Insurance
403B Retirement Plan with employer contributions
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Short-term Disability Insurance

Company Information

We assist people in DuPage, Grundy, Kankakee, Kendall, Will, Ford and Iroquois Counties by providing community services, counseling, senior programs, and early childhood services (including Head Start).

Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet, translates God's reconciling love into professional human services, advocates for a just and compassionate society and brings together members of the community, church, business, health care and government to develop effective responses to human needs.

We commit to define these needs, seek solutions, and call forth other resources so that those we serve are empowered to achieve for themselves satisfying and productive lives.
Mission: We are a faith-based organization providing service to people in need and calling others of good will to do the same.

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