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Social Services Manager

Social services managers coordinate and supervise community organizations and social service programs to ensure quality and effectiveness. They typically manage the staff that provides these services to the general public. Most will work for many different varieties of human service organizations.

A typical day in the life of a social services manager might include:

  • Overseeing administrative aspects to meet objectives
  • Identifying programs and services that could have the highest impacts communities
  • Developing and researching the effectiveness of current programs and services
  • Writing proposals for funding sources.

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Top Pay by Location

These cities have the highest paying median for Social Services Manager
Los Angeles, CA
$46,000.00
Washington, DC
$45,000.00
Houston, TX
$45,000.00
Baltimore, MD
$45,000.00
Miami, FL
$40,000.00
Chicago, IL
$40,000.00
New York, NY
$40,000.00
Phoenix, AZ
$39,000.00
Salary information is calculated from job seeker profiles and job postings. Both hourly and yearly wages could be reported.

A typical day in the life of a social services manager might include:

  • Overseeing administrative aspects to meet objectives
  • Identifying programs and services that could have the highest impacts communities
  • Developing and researching the effectiveness of current programs and services
  • Writing proposals for funding sources.