Participate and complete all required steps of the early engagement process. Make initial contact with client/family within required time frames. Supervise families and children on case load and make on-going assessments regarding child safety. Complete assessments within required time frames. Obtain release forms from client/parent to obtain information from service provides and community partners. Visit client/family on case load to monitor compliance and effectiveness of services being provided. On-call duties. Assist with court hearings through participation in hearings and arranging transportation for client/family. Assist with alternative placements for children in home as necessary. Maintain documentation for client records and input data into the Florida Safe Families Network (FSFN) as required.
Individual must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work, psychology, mental health, or related field. Must attain a passing score on the basic skills Introduction to Child Protection Written Assessment. (Note: Applicants who have not completed the training and passed the written assessment will be considered for appointment in agency training status. Successful completion of the field-based performance assessment is required during the probationary period.) One (1) year experience in foster care/protective services is preferred.
$21.64 - $24.04 per hour