Parent-Child Assistance Program Case Management Supervisor

(OKC) – Job Number: 221471


Organization: Southwest Prevention Center

Job Locations: Oklahoma City metro area or Tulsa metro area

Schedule: Part-time (20 hours per week)

Work Schedule: Flexible, mostly standard work hours

Salary Range: $28,250 according to experience

Benefits Provided: Yes

Required Attachments: Resume, Cover Letter


Job Description

PCAP) is a three-year case management intervention serving at-risk pregnant and parenting mothers with alcohol and/or drug use disorders and their families. A half-time Case Management Supervisor is needed at each of two sites, Oklahoma City and Tulsa. The Case Management Supervisor will direct their local PCAP site. In addition to providing supervision, the Case Management Supervisor will coordinate client care with community service providers, oversee protocol implementation, engage in program evaluation activities, and participate in report-writing.



  • Supervisory duties. Each Case Management Supervisor will supervise a staff of 3 case managers, who will serve at least 50 enrolled at-risk clients and their families.

o   Provide weekly individual supervision with each case manager to review cases, make recommendations, provide guidance and support, document progress, and monitor data collection and case notes.

o   Hold weekly staff meetings including client staffing, training, and administrative issues.

o   Conduct quarterly chart file audits.

o   Arrange for ongoing staff training opportunities to enhance job performance and improve staff retention.

o   Participate in making personnel decisions involving the selection of project staff, recommend hiring, dismissals, disciplining actions, and position allocations.

o   Collaborate and communicate regularly with staff at the other PCAP site and project evaluation team at the University of Oklahoma.

  • Community Leadership. Maintain a leadership profile in the community as a representative of the successful PCAP intervention model. Interact collaboratively with other community providers and projects to promote the health and well-being of at-risk mothers and their families, improve services, and resolve service barriers. Participate in relevant community task forces and committees. Represent and promote the PCAP study with community partners.
  • Collaboration with Research Component. Collaborate closely with the research team collecting evaluation data to ensure timely and accurate data submission. Assist in research and evaluation tasks as assigned and maintain confidentiality of all data. Participate in research and evaluation trainings as necessary for close collaboration with the research team and staff.
  • Contracts and Policies. Comply with PCAP contracts and all relevant state policies.
  • PCAP Team Collaboration. Maintain close, ongoing interaction with the Oklahoma state PCAP team, including the program director, program evaluator, principal investigators, and others involved in the Oklahoma PCAP program. Collaborate to implement and maintain core components, intervention strategies, protocols, administrative procedures, and research/evaluation methods.


Position Complexities

The most demanding aspect of this position is providing frequent support and supervision to the case managers so they can provide the best-case management possible to their clients, who are often in vulnerable circumstances. Additionally, the position requires the ability to collaborate effectively with community agencies, prioritize multiple responsibilities and meet deadlines, and use highly developed organizational and communication skills to make independent decisions and resolve complex problems. To help meet these demands, the site Case Management Supervisor will work closely with the rest of the Oklahoma PCAP team on a regular basis to review evaluation, and administrative components of the program. A significant amount of required training will be provided, including but not limited to, training on the PCAP model and delivery, identification of child abuse and neglect, mandatory reporting specific to drug-endangered children, infant and child mental health, and Plans of Safe Care.



Education: Bachelor’s degree in behavioral health, social work, sociology, or a related field or equivalent combination of education/job related experience, AND:

  • 48 months experience in program development, program management or related experience



  • Able to communicate well and build rapport quickly with students, faculty and staff
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Highly organized and able to handle multiple projects and deadlines
  • Able to read and interpret policy as well as State and Federal regulations
  • Able to effectively evaluate projects and programs and produce comprehensive reports
  • Able to supervise staff and communicate directions and expectations effectively
  • Strong initiative to solve problems
  • Able to work well with interdepartmental teams and initiatives



  • Valid Driver’s License


Departmental Preferences:

  • Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology or other Health or Human Services related field.
  • Five years of professional experience with direct client/consumer/patient contact, working with at-risk populations, ideally with substance use disorders
  • Demonstrated strong interpersonal verbal communication skills, public speaking and writing ability
  • Strong organizational and time management skills


Special Instructions: If you are selected as a final candidate for this position, you will be subject to The University of Oklahoma Norman Campus Tuberculosis Testing policy. To view the policy,

visit https://hr.ou.edu/Policies-Handbooks/TB-Testing


Hiring contingent upon a Background Check- Yes

Special Indications: None

Job Posting: June 9, 2022


For the Oklahoma City PCAP Case Management Supervisor Position, apply online at:http://jobs.ou.edu, job #221471


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