June 25, 2021

STRTP Administrator 
Job Description
The Children’s Legacy Center (CLC) is seeking a Short-Term Residential Treatment Program (STRTP)Administrator to join our team as we are opening a center for at-risk and trafficked youth. The role of the STRTP Administrator is supervisory and developmental in nature, responsible for the oversight of the development and daily operations of the STRTP. An ideal candidate is passionate about the innovation of best practices in this field, supportive, highly organized, and a strategic thinker who is comfortable leading a team. The STRTP Administrator will work closely with CLC staff, cultivating a culture of compassion, inclusivity, and innovation in the supervision of the facility managers and direct care staff. While the primary responsibilities of the administrator are to ensure the daily function and compliance with the licensure standards of the STRTP, this role is key for cultivating a culture of safety and restoration for all at-risk and trafficked youth by establishing a culturally competent team and developing an environment of safety.
Requirements
Master’s Degree in a behavioral science + 2 years of experience in a team supervisory capacity ORBachelor’s Degree in a behavioral science + 4 years of experience in a team supervisory capacity
3+ years’ experience providing direct care services to children/youth with behavioral disturbances
Strong interpersonal and team management skills
 Knowledge and understanding of the laws regarding documentation, reporting, and confidentiality
 Strong crisis management skills
Role and Responsibilities
• Lead the STRTP development team in creating the program for at-risk and trafficked youth
• Assist in recruiting and hiring the STRTP facility and direct care staff
• Train and supervise all facility and direct care staff
• Responsible for maintaining state licensure compliance standards
• Develop policies and procedures concerning all aspects of the STRTP
• Create STRTP crisis management plan
• Work collaboratively with CLC staff, facility and direct care staff, Shasta County HHSA, pilot counties, and Foster Family Agency staff
• Develop and maintain current Shasta County resource list
• Stay up-to-date on current best practices regarding harm reduction strategies
• Responsible for self and staff awareness of multi-cultural dynamics within the program
Who We Are:
The Children’s Legacy Center began in 2016. Our passion is to aid children and youth who have been abused and exploited. We currently achieve this goal by offering forensic interviewing services as a part of our Children’s Advocacy Center. These interviews reduce trauma and help our partner agencies expedite justice for children, youth, and their families. We are now able to build upon this tested and stable foundation and are building out our regional pilot model for exploited children and youth. This model is a diverse, holistic, and far-reaching collection of programs and services that will multiply our impact in the community and beyond. Although each of our team obtains a specific job description, we work collaboratively to develop and expand our organization. We value the health and wellbeing of our team members, more so than the average workplace. The nature of this work is incredibly difficult, so supporting each other is paramount. We’ve got each other’s backs. We strive daily to create an inclusive environment in which all people feel safe, heard, and valued. The Children’s Legacy Center celebrates cultural differences and similarities among all employees, volunteers, families we serve, and members of our partnering agencies. With an amazing team and our community’s support, we truly believe we can accomplish anything!
Rate of Pay:
$50k-$55k/year, Full Time.
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