Are you a collaborative, person-centered leader with a passion for supporting children and families? If so, we have an amazing leadership opportunity for you! As the Division Director for Children’s Services and a member of our Senior Leadership Team, you will be responsible for supporting and inspiring staff to provide quality services, strategic planning to meet program initiatives, and continuous quality improvement. The Division Director collaborates closely with community and local partners and reports directly to the COO.
HCRS brings professionals from a wide variety industries and backgrounds who all have one thing in common: supporting individuals to lead their most fulfilled lives.
We only hire the best. Is this where you belong?
- Our employees enjoy an exceptional work-life balance!
- Focused on culture, great clinical work, integrity, communication and adaptability.
- Our team is exceptionally trained, reliable, dependable and compassionate in providing person-centered services.
We want to hear from you if you have:
- A Master’s degree, active license, plus 10 years of related experience.
- Demonstrated knowledge of mental illness and developmental disabilities.
- Proven leadership skills with at least 5 years of experience in a leadership role.
- Strong clinical and practice management.
- Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse population both inside and outside the agency.
- Thorough knowledge of agency policies and practices as well as state and federal laws and regulations.
Located in beautiful Vermont and just a short driving distance from New Hampshire and Massachusetts, you can have it all – the shopping, the amenities, and a much lower cost of living than larger cities.
HCRS benefits and compensation are part of who we are, and they are designed to take care of the whole you and keep you healthy–physically, emotionally, and financially.
Join a team that makes a difference every day and a company that has been named one of Vermont’s Best Places to Work for three years in a row!
After conducting a cultural assessment in collaboration with Abundant Sun, HCRS is in the process of forming a Culture Committee made up of a diverse group of staff whose purpose is to grow and foster a thriving culture that prioritizes justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. We are also working toward implementing the National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health and Health Care, through training and continuous quality improvement efforts. Finally, we conduct employee engagement surveys every two years to help us understand the employee experience and what staff need in order to do their jobs in a safe, accepting, and supportive environment.