Posting: CARE of Southeastern Michigan - Program Supervisor

September 10, 2019

Why CARE: Our mission is to strengthen resiliency in people and their communities through prevention, education, and services that improve the quality of life. To learn more about CARE’s programs and services, and employment opportunities, please visit our website

Employment Perks:

  • Work Life Balance
  • 37.50 Hour Work Week
  • Relaxed Dress Code
  • 10 Paid Annual Holidays
  • Competitive Benefits
  • Flexible Work Hours (approval required)
  • We Value Lived Experience: Special Consideration During The Application Process

Program Supervisor-Public Information

(Annual Salary: $39,000.00)

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in social work, sociology, psychology, family ecology, consumer/community services, family studies, family and/or child development, guidance/school counseling, counseling psychology, education, public health, human services, or criminal justice.
  • Experience working with families/adults with substance use disorders or related field.
  • Must possess active status, with licensure or certification in accordance to professional field required by that governing body (LMSW, LPC, LLP, etc.) and one of the following:

a. Certified as a Prevention Consultant or Prevention Specialist (CPC-R or CPS) or

b. Must have a registered development plan and be timely in its implementation.

  • Possess a valid motor vehicle operator license.
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist staff in marketing substance use presentations.
  • Demonstrates full comprehension of management by objective (MBO) plan and meets quality programmatic standards.
  • Completes activities associated with assigned MBO hours in a timely fashion and complete total assigned MBO hours.
  • Assigns and supervises the workload of direct reports.
  • Provides on-going, regular supervision to employees to ensure the following: services delivered are timely, appropriate and effective; the professional development of staff; and agency policy and procedures are enforced.
  • Ensures direct reports complete activities associated with assigned MBO hours in a timely fashion and complete total assigned MBO hours.
  • Provide presentations on general substance use issues and CARE of SEM’s services as needed.
  • Reports data and outcomes as required.
  • Monitors expenditures of program and tracks supplies purchased and needed for programming.
  • Disseminate substance use information at health and public fairs, school open houses and other community events as requested.
  • Establish and maintain liaison relationships with appropriate agencies regarding substance use prevention.
  • Ability to adjust hours of work based on the community needs, including some evening and weekends.
  • Knowledgeable of national and local substance use and prevention statistics and demonstrates the ability to apply current trends to service delivery.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care and principles of trauma informed care.

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