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Advocate Supervisor - CASA Program

Job Description
Organization: 
Boulder Voices For Children
Organization Type: 
501(c)(3)
Job Location: 
Denver Metro
Type of Job: 
Full-time
Job Category: 
Programs/Services | Volunteer Management
Job Description: 

The Advocate Supervisor manages a caseload of approximately 35 CASA volunteers. Advocate Supervisors recruit, train, and advise volunteers, attend court and document proceedings, file CASA’s reports to the court, and participate in multidisciplinary teams with child welfare, justice system, and education professionals.

Areas of Responsibility
  • Case Management: assign and open new cases, attend hearings as needed, review contact logs weekly, edit and file court reports, communicate with case professionals, participate in group supervision to staff complex cases, close cases, evaluate CASA impact.
  • Supervision: Meet weekly with the Program Director for clinical supervision; provide feedback to the Program Director and Executive Director.
  • Data Tracking: help to administer quarterly Wellbeing Assessments in collaboration with Colorado CASA.
  • Onboarding: help to recruit and screen prospective volunteers; host info sessions, field inquiries, run background checks, interview candidates.
  • Volunteer Retention and Recognition: create and implement daily, monthly and annual volunteer appreciation activities.
  • Volunteer Coordination: provide ongoing supervision, support, and guidance to volunteer advocates and Peer Coordinators; conduct monthly check-ins with Peer Coordinators.
  • Other duties as assigned, including, but not limited to: weekly staff meetings, share CASA stories and Mission Moments, attend Swearing-In Ceremonies, report on self-care.
Requirements/Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field, or 3 years of experience in volunteer coordination, education, or direct service with vulnerable populations
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Reliable, responsible, and professional; strong attention to boundaries and confidentiality
  • Knowledge of child welfare, education, and/or juvenile court systems preferred
  • Ability to organize, manage, and prioritize multiple tasks; proficiency in time-tracking
  • Cultural competency and desire to work with diverse populations
  • Fluency in Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suite
  • Experience with database management preferred
  • Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply
Compensation/Benefits
  • Compensation range is between $38,000 and $43,000, depending on qualifications and experience.
  • Generous paid time off policy; excellent work-life balance
  • Generous health insurance benefit package including health, dental, vision, and employee assistance program
  • SIMPLE IRA with employer matching
How To Apply

Applications must be received by May 31, 2020; Positon remains open until filled.

Send Letter of Interest, Resume, and 3 References (phone, email, relationship) as a Word Document to Executive Director Jacob R. Harmon: jacob@bouldervfc.org

Incomplete applications cannot be considered. Please no phone inquiries. All applicants will be required to undergo a criminal background check prior to hire in compliance with Colorado Department of Human Services protocol.

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