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Program Director

WomanPlace in Cambridge is looking for a Program Director.


  • To insure a safe and trusting environment to promote healthy recovery to substance-abusing women (pregnant and parenting) who are homeless, HIV positive and have trauma history.
  • Responsible for overseeing, planning, administering and organizing all activities and programs of the Women's Residential Programs.
  • Supervises and directs all program staff, interns and volunteers.
  • Coordinates residential program and placement with other CASPAR programs serving women.
  • Develops and maintains relationships with public and private agencies.
  • Responsible for budgeting, record keeping, statistics and house income and expenditures.
  • Responsible for compliance of DPH Contract and for compliance with HUD Contract.
  • Responsible for all annual and quarterly reports to DPH and HUD, and other reports that are needed.
  • Responsible for all Licensing applications at a state and city level.
  • Oversees the implementation of CASPAR's Women's Services Strategic Plan as it pertains to liaising with external agencies Co-facilitates CASPAR's Women's Services Advisory Committee; Promotes the Program Mission and Philosophy of CASPAR's Women's Services; Participates in the coordination of CASPAR's substance abuse continuum of care for women within the continuum of care for women within the larger community.
  • Holds monthly meetings with clients to evaluate their treatment and do a client satisfaction survey.
  • Attends the State-wide DPH BSAS PAC Meetings quarterly.
  • Is the PAC Person for CASPAR, Inc.
  • Oversees the implementation of CASPAR's Strategic Plan as it pertains to women's treatment with internal and external programs.
  • Is the Access Coordinator for the Women's Residential Programs


  • Master's degree and five years of experience in substance abuse rehabilitation, or ten years equivalent experience Extensive experience in Substance Abuse Treatment, including Residential Treatment.
  • (Minimum of five years) Experience working with substance-abusing women with histories of homelessness, trauma, HIV/AIDS and parenting and other co-occurring disorders.
  • A minimum of five years of continuous sobriety if recovering.
  • Computer skills, minimum Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Must be knowledgeable with the Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Record (Title 42CFR-Part 2) CADAC, CCS, LADC, LADC1 CPR/First Aid Certified CB~
  • Driving License Required? Yes

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