The Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation

Clinical and Administrative Supervisor

To Apply

The Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation has retained the services of Harris Rand Lusk to conduct this search. Inquiries, nominations, and applications may be directed in confidence to:
Jack Lusk, Managing Partner & CEO
Sabrina Stoker, Senior Director
Harris Rand Lusk
260 Madison Avenue, 15th floor
New York, NY 10016

Email your resume and cover letter to Noelle Minter at nminter@harrisrand.com

Please put “Safe At Home – Clinical Supervisor” in the subject line of your emailed application.

The Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation
is working to end the cycle of domestic violence through education and comprehensive youth programming. Founded in 2002 by Joe Torre – one of Major League Baseball’s most successful players and managers – and his wife, Ali, Safe At Home provides in-school services to youth exposed to violence.

The Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation helps young people heal from trauma, including domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, relationship abuse, and community violence through its comprehensive youth programming. Its signature program, Margaret’s Place, is a school-based violence intervention and prevention program designed to help students, faculty, and families address violence in school, at home and in the community. The Margaret’s Place program addresses the underlying causes of violence and the impact of victimization through a variety of counseling and psycho-educational modalities including art-based interventions: an interactive trauma education/violence prevention curriculum; individual and group counseling; a peer leadership program; school staff, parent and community workshops/outreach; anti-violence campaigns, and more. Currently, Safe At Home operates 20 Margaret’s Place sites, nine of which are located in Los Angeles.

The Safe At Home Foundation is looking to hire three Clinical and Administrative Supervisors.

This is a grant-funded, hybrid position.

Position Description:
The Clinical and Administrative Supervisor will oversee services provided by clinical staff at our three Margaret’s Place sites in South and North/Northeast Los Angeles, and will provide direct administrative, programmatic, and clinical supervision. The Supervisor will provide support and guidance to clinical staff to ensure successful delivery of services to youth exposed to violence. The position requires familiarity and compliance with all relevant agency and state licensure regulations. The ideal candidate will understand violence intervention and prevention work.

Position Responsibilities:

Clinical/Administrative Management
• Provide clinical and administrative supervision to assigned program staff and maintain up-to-date clinical supervision records.
• Participate in various meetings including weekly group supervision.
• Provide support and guidance for crisis intervention cases.
• Assist in conducting and arranging staff training & professional development and conduct performance appraisals.
• Assist in developing and implementing clinical material for program components (e.g. counseling groups, school-wide campaigns, etc.).
• Ensure staff compliance with clinical best practices.
• Assist program leadership in ensuring compliance with program and contract expectations, including funder requirements.
• Review clinical records to ensure compliance with federal, state and city regulations for services and licensure, as well as internal data collection and management system.
• Participate in professional development related to job responsibilities and professional growth.

Program Management
• Oversee youth services provided by Margaret’s Place Counselor at host school sites.
• Maintain mutually supportive partnerships between Margaret’s Place staff and host site leadership.
• Act as point person for Margaret’s Place Program host sites.
• Foster collaborative community partnerships.
• Assist in coordination of special events as they relate to Margaret’s Place staff and participants such as cross-site Peer Leadership events and scheduling guest speakers for host-schools and communities.
• Ensure all sites have materials and equipment needed to provide program services, including program start up and on-going ordering.
• Manage program budgets.
• Assist in on-boarding new staff.
• Provide program coverage, as needed.
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Required Skills/Qualifications:
• Master’s Degree in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, or a related field, from an accredited program.
• Active, unrestricted CA-license in a behavioral health discipline (e.g., LCSW, LMFT, etc.).  Must be registered with the BBS and be at least 2 years post-licensed.
• Must have a minimum of 5 years in the field, and at least 2 years of supervisory experience, preferred.
• An understanding of trauma, violence prevention, and victimization.
• Experience providing culturally sensitive and relevant services and working with a diverse population.
• Knowledge of school-based program delivery, preferred.
• Exhibit creativity in approach to job tasks and challenges, be self-motivated.
• Ability to manage multi-faceted programming and competing demands.
• Strong clinical, administrative, and oral/written communication skills.
• Demonstrate ability to be flexible, and to work both independently and collaboratively.
• Exhibit professional and ethical behavior.
• Present with the professional capability to support staff who work with youth exposed to violence and traumatization, as well as other programmatic and administrative stressors, in a professional manner.
• This position is hybrid – much work will be performed remotely in combination with on-site meetings and supervision.



  • Salary range $80,000 – $85,000 per year
  • Medical/dental/life insurance
  • Vacation, sick and personal days
  • 401k match of 6% (after 6 months)
  • Other benefits

The Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation provides equal opportunity in employment for all qualified persons and prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, partnership status, disability, genetic information, alienage, citizenship, military or veteran status, status as a victim of domestic violence/stalking/sex offenses, and unemployment status.

For more information about the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation, please visit their website at: https://joetorre.org

122 East 42nd Street, Suite 3605, New York, NY 10168