November 18, 2021

STRTP Administrator Summary 
A local Children’s Advocacy Center is seeking a Short-Term Residential Treatment Program (STRTP) Administrator to join their team. 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.
STRTP Administrator Qualifications 
  • Master’s Degree in a behavioral science + 2 years of experience in a team supervisory capacity OR 
  • Bachelor’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 
  • Knowledge of grant writing process preferred 
  • Previous experience with program development preferred  
  • Bilingual preferred 
 STRTP Administrator Benefits 
  • $50k-$55k/year 
  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • 401(k)
  • Prestige Urgent Care Membership 
  • Paid time off – for both part-time and full-time
STRTP Administrator 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 
After a conditional job offer, you must participate in a background check. Qualified applicants with a criminal history will be considered pursuant to the California Fair Chance Act.
O2 Employment Services is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities or sincerely held religious beliefs to perform the essential functions of the position.