Children and Family Program Manager
Posted on 12/22/2023
World Relief

1,001-5,000 employees

Christian humanitarian organization serving the vulnerable
Company Overview
World Relief stands out as a compassionate employer, fostering a culture of empowerment and service through its mission to aid the most vulnerable. With a proven track record of over 75 years, it has demonstrated industry leadership in humanitarian efforts across 100 countries, leveraging partnerships with local churches and communities to develop sustainable solutions to global issues. The organization's commitment to advocacy and influencing policy makers further underscores its competitive edge in effecting meaningful change.
Social Impact

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Baltimore, Maryland

Growth & Insights

6 month growth


1 year growth


2 year growth

Fort Worth, TX, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
  • Experience in providing Post Release Services, and working with immigrant populations
  • Master of Social Work (MSW) or an equivalent degree in psychology, sociology, or other behavioral science or social service field; or relevant behavioral science in which direct clinical experience is a program requirement; or a bachelor’s in one of the aforesaid fields with at least 5 years of clinical experience and may be licensed eligible
  • Valid driver's license, available to travel to conduct in person visits and to different areas or regions nationally
  • LMSW required; LCSW preferred
  • Fluent in English and Spanish (verbal/written)
  • Manages an assigned caseload of post release services (Levels I, II & III)
  • Manages and oversees all activity in PRS program including communication with Urban Strategies and supervises service delivery in Upstate and Texas offices
  • Schedules and conducts interviews with care provider staff, children, and sponsors
  • Assesses safety on an ongoing basis, and identifies, verifies, and makes recommendations in areas where additional support, resources, and information may be needed to meet a child’s needs
  • Maintains telephone contact and conducts virtual and in-person home visits with children and sponsors
  • Provides crisis intervention services directly, safety planning as needed, and connect family to services to ensure child’s safety and well-being in a crisis
  • Collaborates with children and sponsors, as well as available informal support and access to resources, to develop a plan to ensure the safety of the child and family
  • Utilizes trauma focused approaches and therapeutic support to children and families with significant needs
  • Provides culturally and linguistically appropriate services and comprehensive clinical case management services through screenings, assessments, evaluations, and providing psychoeducation to children and their sponsor
  • Maintains appropriate documentation, safeguards confidential records, and protects personally identifiable information according to program regulations
  • Identifies and reports concerns related to children and sponsors, life changing events and significant incidences to the supervisor and ORR
  • Acts as a mandated reporter and reports abuse/neglect to child protective services
  • Participates in training, meetings, and maintains quality improvement initiatives as recommended
  • This role requires travel to conduct in person post release home visits in surrounding locations in the United States
  • May include working evenings and weekends to meet required timeframes
  • Related duties as assigned and may be revised as needed to meet program needs
Desired Qualifications
  • Committed to the mission, vision, and values of World Relief
  • Desire to serve and empower the Church to impact vulnerable communities
  • Able to affirm and/or acknowledge World Reliefs Core Beliefs, Statement of Faith, Christian Identity and National Evangelicals For the Health of The Nation document