Part-time position acting as the day-to-day liaison for clients and their families to seek answers to questions and express concerns. The Family Support Caseworker assigned to each client and client’s family shall be the chief point of contact for the referring worker. Frequently uses discretion and independent judgment in carrying out the essential duties of this position in working with children and families.
Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or related behavioral science plus 2 years of supervised experience, OR a bachelor’s degree in social work with 1 year of supervised experience, OR 6 years of supervised child welfare experiences in residential care, OR a combination of advanced education in the behavioral sciences and experience equal to 6 years.
Must have valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, auto insurance, and pass all background checks, including fingerprinting.