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Topic: How to Prepare for a Group Interview
Hot Job: Social Service Worker 3 – T-190-12
How to Apply: **APPLY DIRECT with APPLICATION (REQUIRED!) and RESUME** to the Director no later than Monday, January 31st, 2022. Include in the application, all documentation supporting your ability to meet the below-listed minimum qualifications for this position. Apply by email (Joyce.Barker@jfs.ohio.gov), by phone (330-308-7732) or fax (330-339-4697).
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Worksite Location: New Philadelphia, Ohio
Number of Job Openings: 1
Rate of Pay: $18.40 – $23.08 / hour
Job Description: Will work with families at risk of child maltreatment as partners to identify family strengths, needs and risks or concerns that are interfering with child safety, healthy child development, and/or family stability and well-being. Will use standardized CAPMIS tools and protocols to assess and document safety and risk in accordance with agency requirements and accreditation standards. Will create individualized case/family service plans with identified goals in partnership with family and build objectives toward achieving goals. Will view family strengths and need holistically and make appropriate service and support recommendations based on assessments and established goals. Will facilitate family’s ability to meet goals through engagement, communication support and connections to services. Will implement crisis intervention assigned by supervisor; may require working non-traditional hours. Will make decisions in conjunction with proper authorities to take immediate action when individual(s) are in danger (including removal from the home to shelter care). Will take legal action, prepare court documents and testify in court when necessary. Will accept voluntary custody of minor children from responsible guardians. Will complete case documentation and data entry within SACWIS on a timely basis to contribute to agency’s continuous quality improvement and evaluation efforts. May be required to use own vehicle. Will coordinate community resources to assist in service delivery. Will make referrals to other agency resources. Will provide casework counseling. Will arrange for mental health professionals to assess mental competency in protective referral situations. Will perform on-call duties as assigned. Will provide public education as prevention to abuse, neglect, etc. Will make speaking engagements with schools, law enforcement agencies, civic organizations, etc. Will attend conferences, training and meetings as required.
Details: Normal workdays are Monday thru Friday 8am to 4:30pm, however there will be required on-call times that are outside of these hours.
Minimum Qualifications: Must have completion of undergraduate field of study (i.e., social work, sociology, psychology, counseling) as required by college or university, or a current Social Worker Licensure from Ohio Counselor and Social Worker Board. Employees who are subject to on-call duty must be able to respond within a one-half(1/2) hour travel time period of the county seat or make temporary lodging arrangements within a one-half (1/2) hour radius while performing on-call duty. A valid Ohio driver’s license with a positive driving record is required.
Available Benefits: Health Insurance, Vacation, Paid Holidays, Sick Leave, Retirement Plan other than 401K
Pre-employment Testing: Criminal and Driving Records Background Check, Drug Testing, Reference Check
The Tuscarawas County Job and Family Services does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in the employment or provision of services.