Program Manager - OP/WRAP

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Pay is based on experience starting at $61,000 - $69,000 per year, Full time - 40 hours per week, benefits eligible. 

Caring. Hope. Giving back. Do these words resonate with you? If so, please keep reading.

Our goal at the Bert Nash Center is to build a healthier community by responding to needs and working to restore lives. We accomplish this by believing in our team. Each person that works for the Bert Nash Center contributes directly to the success of our clients, organization, and community.

Our values of compassion, integrity, equity and hope reflect in everything we do. 


The primary responsibility of the Child & Family OP/WRAP Program Manager will be to lead and develop the members of the clinical team in designing and implementing programs designed to prevent more restrictive placement for children and youth through community-based and office-based services:  family, individual, and group therapy, case management, attendant care, psychosocial and crisis services.  Coordinate service activities, community liaisons, program fidelity and communication across elementary, junior high and senior high WRAP teams. 

Some specific duties include:

  • Maintaining and directing the clinical appropriateness of all services designed for each case the team manages, and being responsible for the clinical direction and outcomes of all clinical cases managed by the team;
  • Providing clinical supervision to the team members, including weekly review of specific cases, as well as reviewing all cases at least once monthly;
  • Provide live supervision in the home or community setting;
  • Developing mutually agreeable client driven goals for each person served and team goals, and providing crisis intervention, and other community-based services as needed;
  • Working closely with referring agencies/entities to address all goals and concerns;
  • Closely coordinating intervention activities with other team and community members, as needed;
  • Delivering services based on medical necessity and domain(s) of impairment.  Location of services, participants and time of day are determined through assessment and goal development;


  • A master's degree in social work, psychology, psychiatric nursing or a human service field otherwise, licensed and/or registered at the clinical level in these fields, and three years of experience in SED children service delivery;
  • Demonstrated proficiency in child development theory and a child welfare perspective to practice;
  • Comfort and efficiency with various assessment and intervention modalities, such as brief solution-focused approaches, family systems theory, social skills training, and behavior management;
  • A knowledge of community resources;
  • Proficiency in team leadership and a capability for mature, capable of creative and independent judgment and action;
  • Reliable transportation and a valid, unrestricted driver's license;