Provides assistance to the Family Advocacy Program Manager with FAP efforts including administrative support, analytics, coordination of services to the installation Army Community Services Family Advocacy Program (FAP) supporting prevention, education, training, and direct services.
- Assists the installation Family Advocacy Program Manager (FAPM) with coordination and implementation of all FAP efforts, providing administrative and analytical support to the installation ACS FAP.
- Supports, assists in development, and implements FAP related trainings Problematic Sexual Behavior-Child and Youth (PSBCY), Incident Determination Committee-Clinical Case Staff Meeting (IDC CCSM) , Victim Advocacy, New Parent Support and Taskers.
- Collaborates and coordinates with a multidisciplinary staff and installation agencies as required.
- Drafts and implements Standard Operating Procedures, Memorandum of Understanding and Memorandum of Agreements using the Department of Army (DA) regulations.
- Represents the FAPM in coordinating with county and state agencies for FAP related activities and Memoranda of Agreement and Understanding.
- Analyzes family violence statistics for installation reporting purposes and presents to senior leadership.
- Manages quality control for FAP reporting structures and ensures completeness/accuracy of reports.
- Coordinates, schedules, provides logistical support, performs administrative functions, and maintain calendars.
- Supports program related meetings to include taking and completing meeting minutes.
- Maintains the FAP annual and monthly training rosters.
- Assists with maintaining certification files, checklists, and preparation for certification review.
- Provides initial client/customer facing triage to ascertain appropriate FAP referral.
- Coordinates and facilitates periodic DA installation certification process.
- Conducts IDC CCSM, PSBY-CY training for DA and contractor personnel ensuring compliance with DA directives.
- All other duties as assigned.
Other Job Requirements
Bachelor's degree in a social science or related field
3 years family violence experience
3 years administrative experience
Position requires onsite work
Ability to work independently
Highly skilled in all components of Microsoft Office Suite
Obtain and maintain required contract security and installation security and background check requirements
General Job Information
Work Experience - Required
Administrative Support, Child Welfare, Domestic Abuse Intervention and Prevention
Work Experience - Preferred
Education - Required
Bachelors, Bachelors - Behavioral Health, Bachelors - Social Work
Education - Preferred
License and Certifications - Required
License and Certifications - Preferred
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This position may be eligible for short-term incentives as well as a comprehensive benefits package. Magellan offers a broad range of health, life, voluntary and other benefits and perks that enhance your physical, mental, emotional and financial wellbeing.
Magellan Health, Inc. is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Tobacco-free workplace. EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled.
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