Master’s in Social Work or related field or Bachelor’s in Social Work or related field with at least three (3) years experience in direct service to multi-problem families. Minimum of two (2) years supervisory experience with administrative, grant writing and program budgeting experience preferred.


  • Provides direct supervision to Healthy Families Niagara Supervisory staff, Program Assistant and FAW and FSW staff as necessary.
  • Provides direct supervision to the Supervisor of Parent Empowerment Program.
  • Ensures day to day program operation to meet the needs of clients, including maintaining quality staffing (hiring/progressive discipline practices/firing), overseeing record keeping, and ensuring routine program functioning.
  • Executes fiscal responsibilities, including monthly DSS fiscal reports/vouchers, purchasing, and budgeting of program funds (with assistance of Director of Finance).
  • Prepares HFNY annual funding application, quarterly narratives, budget modifications, final reports, and any other required documents.
  • Prepares external reports as required by funding source and oversees Connections reporting.
  • Supervises and directs staff on income generation through the Department of Social Services billing for the Parenting Contract as well as any additional contracts with partnering programs/agencies.
  • Maintains regularly scheduled supervision with direct supervisees.
  • Maintains ongoing collaboration with DSS funder and HFNY State partners, including attendance at Program Mangers Meetings to ensure that program meets all HFNY State mandates and remains alert to trends/needs in field.
  • Oversees provision of and participates in (as appropriate) all required staff training. (HFNY core and wraparound training, etc.)
  • Assists DSS in the planning, preparing, and facilitating of an Advisory Board.
  • Oversees and conducts program promotions, including grant writing and fund raising with assistance from Director of Development and Communications.
  • Assists in promoting HFN, PEP and the Agency through presentations on Agency services and Parenting Education.
  • Works in conjunction with Director of Youth Services for coordination of client referrals where appropriate and parent education sessions at the CRIB.
  • Works in conjunction with other Agency Program Directors and local service providers on mutual referrals.
  • Conducts monthly program staff meetings.
  • Prepares timely internal reports (Annual Work Plan and Quarterly/Six Month/Annual Reports) and United Way reports.
  • Attends regular supervision meetings with Vice President and serves as active member of Agency Administrative Team by attending regularly scheduled meetings.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by Administration.

Please send cover letter and resume to:

Vice President of Programs
 1522 Main Street
Niagara Falls,  NY  14305

or email to: