Migration Refugee four positions

August 25, 2021
washington dc, DC
Post Type
Experience (minimum)
2-5 Years
Education (minimum)
Travel Required?
Base Salary
$60,000 - 70,000



Join a team of mission-driven leaders to help the Office of Migration Refugee at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops share and apply to help create a world where immigrants, refugees, migrants, and people on the move are treated with dignity, respect, welcome, and belong. The Office of Migration Refugee seeks committed, knowledgeable, experienced professionals candidates for the following essential staff positions:


Assistant Director -Family Reunification

This position is responsible for providing leadership direction and coordination of MRS programs targeted to family reunification services for migrating and refugee children. Provides vision and leadership regarding MRS’ support of unaccompanied, undocumented children and ensures MRS’ interest in these children is effectively represented and advocated. Assists in the management of grants within Children’s Services and supervises staff responsible for placing cases and increasing the capacity of MRS to provide family reunification services to unaccompanied, undocumented youth through efforts in network expansion and increasing knowledge of network providers. Graduate Degree- Social Services or related field (required) Minimum of 5-7 years of post-graduate, professional experience


Assistant Director, Monitoring and Evaluation – Foster Care

This position leads monitoring, evaluation, and quality assurance activities for USCCB/MRS’ Foster Care team, within its Children’s Services unit. This includes providing direct oversight and leadership to program monitoring, technical assistance, and training activities, as well as to the completion of quarterly performance reports. This position directly supervises a minimum of two Children’s Services Specialists on the Foster Care team. In addition to supervisory responsibilities, this position carries a portfolio of programs and directly provides monitoring and program oversight, technical assistance and training, and consultation on trends and issues for USCCB’s UC residential services network, the federal government, and other stakeholders. This position also assists USCCB’s URM programs. Master’s Degree required. Major Field/Specialty: Social Work, Child Welfare, Foster Care, Case Management, Mental Health, Juvenile Justice, or related field. Number of Years Required: minimum 5 years, including at least 1 year in a supervisory role


Children’s Services Specialist – Family Reunification

The Children’s Services Specialist – Family Reunification is primarily responsible for the oversight of social service programs providing home studies and post-release services to unaccompanied undocumented children and their families under the Office of Refugee Resettlement/Department of Unaccompanied Children’s Operations (ORR/DUCO). This position provides oversight to a network of providers to include training, technical assistance, case consultation, monitoring, and quality assurance to ensure compliance with program policies and procedures.   This position is also responsible for reviewing sub-recipient reports, data collection and analysis, facilitating training as needed to internal and external stakeholders, and submitting reports to ORR/DUCO at required intervals. This position will also conduct and provide remote home study and post-release services as needed, therefore Spanish language ability is strongly recommended.    Graduate degree plus three years’ experience Major Field/Specialty: Social Work, Child Welfare, Case Management, Mental Health, or related field. Number of Years Required: Minimum of 3 years


Children's Services Specialist, Foster Care

This position provides case oversight, program monitoring, consultation, technical assistance, capacity development, and training to a national network of foster care programs for foreign-born children including refugees, children seeking asylum, and child victims of human trafficking. This position also acts as a liaison between local foster care program staff and various stakeholders at the local, state, and national levels, including federal government funding partners. In addition, this position tracks case and programmatic trends, systemic challenges, gaps in care, and other special issues; and makes recommendations accordingly through white papers or presentations. Qualifications: Master’s Degree required. Experience in Social Work, Child Welfare, Case Management, Mental Health, Juvenile Justice, or related field. Knowledge of U.S. foster care, child protective systems, professional child welfare standards, mental health, child migration, and dynamics of family separation. Excellent written and verbal language skills are required. Minimum 3 years of experience. Spanish desirable.


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