Visitation & Coaching Services Program 


You: Build and maintain a cohesive team and supervise staff in the Visitation Coaching Service Program.

You: Provide support to a team that facilitates visitation in a variety of settings, using coaching and supportive feedback to parents.

You: Facilitate permanent and stable homes for children. 

You: Working collaboratively with others, are changing the future—one day, one family, one child—at a time.


We: Are looking for YOU. 

We are currently seeking a VCS PROGRAM SUPERVISOR to be based out of Stockton office.


In this role as a VCS PROGRAM SUPERVISOR, you will provide vital support to staff to discuss specific case problems, plans, records and work performance with an “open door” philosophy

  • Provide direct supervision of day-to-day operations.
  • Provide direct supervision of program staff including BSW/BA level Visitation Coaches, Program Assistants and Parent Partners and assures maintenance of professional standards.
  • Work collaboratively with the Program Director and Human Resource Director in staffing and personnel decisions.
  • Provide consultation and guidance on difficult casework or operational problems; regularly review case records for quality, quantity, timeliness of service and conformance to regulations.
  • Oversee employees’ caseloads to ensure full time equivalent capacity is maximized and equitably distributed.
  • Regularly review reports and case files of staff to ensure agency policies and procedures are maintained.


A successful VCS PROGRAM SUPERVISOR in this role is someone who will work to build and maintain a cohesive team facilitating positive interoffice and interdepartmental relationships.


  • Master’s Degree from an accredited school of Social Work.
  • Excellent written communication skills.
  • Assessment, case management and treatment techniques for children, families, and individuals with a variety of social, psychological, physical and economic problems.
  • Knowledge of the impact of trauma, grief, and loss on a child involved in the child welfare system and its impact on placement and permanency goals.
  • Strong time management skills including the ability to multitask, organize and prioritize.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with all agency departments to ensure consistent application of agency policy and procedures and excellent service delivery to clients.
  • Provide consultation and guidance on difficult casework or operational problems; regularly review case records for quality, quantity, timeliness of service and conformance to regulations.
  • Strong interpersonal skills to engage and establish rapport and trust with subordinates as well as families, including multi-generational families in diverse communities.
  • The ability to work a flexible schedule, including weekend and evening hours (flex-time available).
  • An alignment with the mission of our organization that children belong in loving, stable and lifelong families. 

VCS PROGRAM SUPERVISOR - You Might Have (Desired, Not Required)

  • Experience managing non-exempt team members in a fast-paced environment is highly desired.
  • Two years of supervisory experience in the field of family or child welfare services.
  • Knowledge of supervising birth parent visitation.
  • California LCSW preferred, if not licensed, must register as an ASW and begin accruing hours towards licensure.

You must meet all health screening, drug testing and background investigation clearances, as well as possess a valid driver’s license, insurance and have an acceptable DMV record and reliable transportation.

We offer 100% paid healthcare insurance, competitive pay, retirement savings plans and paid time off. In addition, we offer schedule flexibility to work with your life goals and the families you will support. 

In order to accommodate the schedules of some families, this position requires occasional evening/weekend work.


Lilliput Families is Northern California’s premier domestic Child Adoption, Kinship and Placement Organization, serving families from approximately 30 counties. Last year alone, we successfully found lifelong homes for more than 500 children.

Since we opened our doors in 1980, we have helped over 9,000 children in foster care find their life long families.

Lilliput has achieved accreditation through the Council on Accreditation (COA). This means our programs, services, administration, and management have been rigorously evaluated and meet best practice standards.


Thank you for your interest in Lilliput Families. To apply for this position please complete the form and attach your resume. If your qualifications match the position requirements, we will be in touch. For further assistance please email