Program Supervisor, Network

Job Title: Program Supervisor, Network

Reports To: Department Director

FLSA Status: Exempt


Education: Preferred Masters’ degree in social work, psychology, public health, counseling, rehabilitation, gerontology, or sociology.

Experience: Preferred experience in healthcare, hospital and/or community-based adult focused social work; experience developing program procedures and databases; two years of supervisory experience required.

Knowledge of community-based programs and resources.

Ability to work with multidisciplinary teams as well as clients and their families in a variety of settings.  

Knowledge of aging and programs for seniors a plus.


  1. Managing and supervising staff from multiple programs that provide services for multiple health plans and organizations.
  2. Ensuring that program policies and timelines are followed in accordance to contracts and state regulations.
    • Understanding all of the nuances of multiple programs and the different contracts within each program in order to guarantee that all procedures for different programs are within regulation.
    • Quickly prioritizing tasks that are required by multiple programs and managing the completion of all tasks as needed.
  3. Anticipating and troubleshooting difficulties and problems in a timely and appropriate manner:
    • Quickly ascertain the severity of a situation, determine when it needs to be escalated, and use the appropriate channels to rectify the situation (i.e. internal processes as well as Health Plans’ chain of escalations, Adult Protective Services, Ombudsman Services etc.).   
    • Follow-up as necessary to ensure that problematic situations were indeed reconciled.
  4. Developing procedures for implementing new programs or updating current programs.
    • Using requirements outlined in contracts, create workflows and scopes of work in order to execute new programs.
    • Continue to assess and reassess program procedures to ensure that programs are both following contracts and are running efficiently. Adjust procedures as needed.
    • Write and update, as needed, program manuals for each individual program.
    • Keep program staff updated on any program changes and ensure that all policies and procedures are being followed. 
    • Track requirements of staff members such as licensing and insurance.
  5. Developing and maintaining training protocols for each individual program:
    • Training for Partners in Care general Policies and Procedures.
    • Program and position specific training.
  6. Designing/developing program databases and software in a variety of platforms.
    • Act as the liaison between programs and software company/programmers to ensure that development of new software effectively and efficiently reflects the need of the program.
    • Using requirements outlined in contracts, workflows and procedures, ensuring that databases and software captures all of the necessary data to facilitate the productivity of the program as well as providing all of the information necessary for required reporting to the contracting agency, government agencies and for internal QA reporting.
  7. Timely recruitment for open staff positions:
    • Understanding the different needs of the different Health Services programs in order to recruit staff appropriately.
    • Interviewing potential staff for all programs, using knowledge of the programs and interviewing skills to best match interviewees with positions.
    • Coordinate the internal hiring processes between the Department and Human Resources. 
    • If needed, maintain relationships with staffing agencies to utilize their services when necessary. 
  8. Ensuring that appropriate quality assurance procedures for reviewing evaluations and assessments are provided in accordance with contracts and state regulations.
    • Conduct regular ride along for supervision of in person visits and call reviews for telephonic interventions.
  9. Assisting in reconciling and providing quality assurance for billing reports for all programs/contracts:  Reconciling and tracking timesheets and mileage reimbursements:
    • Understanding the status of different staff members and their compensation agreements—depending on their program and hiring contract.
    • Using tracking logs and databases to ensure that time and mileage claimed by staff is accounted for and to track amount of hours and miles being billed to each program or contract.
    • Processing timesheet hours and mileage of contract employees and submitting their timesheets/invoices to appropriate entity (i.e. finance department, staffing agency, etc.).
  10. Assisting reconciling and tracking invoices for their program
  11. Compiling and managing detailed weekly, monthly, and quarterly program reports for multiple health plans and organizations:
    • Run and analyze internal weekly program reports to ensure that members/patients are progressing through the various programs in compliance with contractual obligations. 
    • Run and distribute to Health Plans/collaborators weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports detailing the progress and compliance of the program.
  12. Preparing reports and forms for quarterly auditing purposes:
    • Compiling all of the required information and data to submit to the Health Plans on quarterly bases.
    • Respond to Health Plan’s Corrective Action Plan Review in a timely fashion in order to quickly address and correct any concerns that arose out of the audit.
    • maintain positive interpersonal relationships and team build within department and ancillary staff.
    • complete written correspondence and documentation in a timely

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