Assistant Director of Philadelphia Programs

Assistant Director of Philadelphia Programs



The Assistant Director of Philadelphia Programs (ADPP) works with the Regional Program Director to develop and implement high-quality services for the AOI, SIL and SWAN program services. Adheres to and enforces program regulations, policies, and procedures. Ensures that all clients are receiving quality services that are in compliance with all programs. Hours are from 9am-5pm, Monday through Friday, but may very according to departamental needs, Regular travel required.



 Three (3) years of experience working within child, youth, and family service systems and supervisory experience.   



1. Manages program services for quality and consistency.  

2. Manages program services personnel. 
3. Provides direct supervision and oversight of the Case Managers and related duties. 
4. Performs other related tasks as assigned. 
5 Develops linkage agreements with other service providers, including landlords and property 

6. Performs quality assurance activities related to auditing client charts and funder relevant data and reporting systems.  



·   Valid driver’s license and ability to use own vehicle. 

·   Must be free from any communicable/infectious diseases. 

·   Valid PA child abuse clearance, FBI check and Criminal Background Check.  



To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 



1. Provides program clients with high quality, cost-effective services, and ensures staff are effectively trained on their program services. 

2. Recruits, trains and retains qualified program services personnel. 
3. Effectively supervises and supports key program service staff. 
4. Ensures positive relations are maintained with communities where programs are located, with 
local governments, and with funding and licensing agencies. 

5. Ensures clients are provided with the necessary support system in place to sustain independent living. 

6. Provides clients with the properly assessments for appropriate service options. 
7. Makes certain clients are appropriately linked to medical, mental health, employment, 
housing, substance abuse, etc.  

8. Ensures clients receive services to meet individualize needs for medical, mental, employment, housing, substance abuse, etc.  

9. Monitors client charts for quality, professionalism, and individualized service needs; including ensuring all data/reporting is completed timely and accurate 

10. Oversees all related tasks to make certain they are performed accurately and on time.