Foster Care Case Manager
Maintains a caseload of children placed in agency’s foster care program, providing a wide range of case management and treatment services.
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- *Provides case management Services for assigned caseload.
- *Maintains required frequency of contact with foster children, birth families and foster and adoptive parents per agency policy.
- *Develops effective working relationships with foster children, their birth families and foster and adoptive parents.
- Provides, arranges and supervises visitation between foster children and their birth family or foster children and potential adoptive parents.
- *Maintains thorough documentation for case record and completes all DHHS and FSCA required documentation and reports in a timely manner.
- *Develops and implements service plan aimed toward permanency planning, in coordination with the assigned DHHS worker.
- *Maintains court responsibility for cases as assigned and participates in court hearings as requested.
- *Provides aftercare services as assigned.
- Maintains workload standards as outlined in the agency manual.
- *Complies with the administrative and service requirements of DHHS and FSCA for provision of foster care and adoption services.
- *Participates in regular supervision and attends staff meetings as requested.
- Explains and/or presents the agency’s programs, goals and philosophies in the community as requested.
- Assists with program evaluation and/or research as requested.
- Attends training required by FSCA/DHHS and utilizes additional opportunities for professional development (i.e., in-service training, conferences, etc.)
- Fulfills the requirements of all agency systems for statistical record keeping, program evaluation, quality assurance, internal control and attendance monitoring.
- Provides other direct or administrative services consistent with agency procedures as assigned by the Immediate Supervisor and/or agency Chief Executive Officer.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in a human behavioral science.
- Valid driver’s license, reliable transportation and proof of automobile liability insurance.
- Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds occasionally.
- Cultural sensitivity.
*Essential job duties per the Americans with Disabilities Act
Must have experience in Child Welfare, CWTI preferred.
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