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Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Program Manager
Summary
Title:Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Program Manager
ID:5112
Department:Healthcare
Location:Orlando, FL
Description
8-koi is hiring for a Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Program Manager (PM). Please note that these services may be provided remotely and travel is required for this position. The FAP PM will be expected to travel the Military Treatment Facilities (MTF) across the United States (US).

The United States Air Force (USAF) FAP is a medical program that enhances the USAF readiness by promoting family and community health and resilience. The USAF FAP also advocates for nonviolent communities. These objectives are accomplished through the use of broad-based education and awareness activities along with the identification and treatment of family maltreatment incidents. These services prevent family maltreatment from decreased duty performance of AF members. The Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate (DAVA) program provides AF personnel, their family members, or intimate partners who are victims of domestic abuse (DA) (sometimes referred to as domestic violence) non-clinical emergent and urgent service whenever requested.
The FAP PM will be expected to manage this contract, as well as the qualified Clinical (masters-level) Social workers, US Licensed Registered Nurses (RN), Certified Victim Advocates, and FAP Staff Personnel.

Services performed under this contract will be In Accordance With (IAW) the established principles, practices, and ethics of the professional clinical therapies, Council on Social Work, American Nurses Association Nursing Scope and Standards of Practice, and Standards for Professional Nursing Practice in the Care of Women and Newborns, and Department of the AF directives. The FAP PM will be responsible for monitoring the contract to ensure compliance with these directives. The FAP PM shall also be familiar with therapeutic modalities of individual, group, and family therapy to address the problems of family violence (specifically child and partner maltreatment).

Responsibilities
  • Manage the operational planning, establishment, execution, and evaluation of the multifaceted FAP program
  • Oversee fiscal, operational, and administrative activities of the FAP program 
  • Serve as principal point of representation and liaison with external constituencies on operational matters for the FAP program 
  • Provide day-to-day technical and professional guidance to FAP program employees 
  • Manage the FAP program employees 
  • Provide supervision, overall administration, and coordination of the FAP services 
  • Manage and provide all contract deliverables 
  • Assign schedules and review discrepancies 
  • Communicate policies, procedures, and goals of the FAP program to internal and external sources (Government) 
  • Contribute to deliverables and performance metrics 
  • Provide expertise to the FAP program 
  • This is a Supervisory position with Supervisory responsibilities 
  • Other duties as assigned 
  • Travel to MTFs to monitor and evaluate operations 
  • Must be able to present FAP program information to large groups of internal and external FAP program employees 
Qualifications
  • BA/BS degree in Social Work, Behavioral Health (BH), or related field, Maters Degree preferred 
  • 7+ years experience in a family, group, and individual treatment environment 
  • Must maintain a US state license, which authorizes independent Social Work practice 
  • Must have experience working in the Department of Defense (DoD) environment 
  • Must have experience managing teams of 25 or more 
  • Must have experience managing teams in remote locations 
  • Must have the ability to travel quarterly 
  • Must be computer proficient
  • Must be familiar with FAP practices 
  • Must have the ability to interface with Government leadership to update them on the status of the FAP program 
  • Effective written and verbal communication 
  • US Citizen

 

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