Family Service Worker for children and their families ages birth to 5.
- Family Service Worker at Dodge County Head Start
- Case Worker Supervisor at The Salvation Army
- Sales Representative at Dollar General
- Case Worker at The Salvation Army
4 months at this Job
- Bachelor's of Art - Human Services
- Transfer student - Human Services
Coordinated referrals for service programs and assisted with meeting Ridgewood, NY requirements. Family Service Worker Performed monthly reviews and submi ed reports. 01/2016 - Current Cultivated and strengthened relationships with children in care and their families. Monitored and evaluated progress toward improvement objectives. Scheduled and managed planning and update meetings with each family. Planned and executed Parent Engagement and Parent Activities. Delivered an exceptional level of service to each customer by listening to concerns and answering questions. Monitored multiple databases to keep track of all Families progress.
- Family Service Worker at New Life Child Development, Inc
- Associate Lawyer at MM Associates
- United Nation Volunteer at United Nations
3 years at this Job
- Master of Arts in Mental Health - Mental Health
- Bachelor of Arts in Architecture & Urban Planning - Architecture & Urban Planning
- - Human Services
- Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies - Legal Studies
- Ph.D. in Legal and Social Studies - UNIPE
06106 In my role as an Early Childhood and Education Family Service Worker, I would provide my caseload of 60+ Families with the needed services such as Enrollment, Attendance Compliances, Outreach, conduct home visits, provide referral services, Case Management, monthly child and family case reviews, attend PPT meetings, as well as cover classrooms for teachers during call outs or breaks.
- Family Service Worker at Community Renewal Team
- ParaProfessional at City of Hartford Board of Education
17 years, 1 month at this Job
- Bachelor - Social Science
- High School Diploma
I assist in providing services to clients with social, emotional, psychological or behavioral problems which may include training and work programs, home and money management, setting up medical or dental appointments, family planning services, parenting techniques, receiving complaints involving desertion and abusive parents and supplementary supportive visits under the supervision of a case worker; conducts field audits to evaluate and assess situations; does other related duties.
- Assistant family service worker at Department of Children and Family Services
- Patient Access Representative at East Orange General Hospital
- Scheduling Dispatcher at Essex County Transportation
- EMERGENCY MEDICAL DISPATCHER/ Technician at LifeStar Response
10 months at this Job
- BACHELORS - Criminal Justice Administration/ Human support services
• Carries a generic caseload of 15-25 families whose children have been or are at significant risk of being abused or neglected. Primary role is to advocate for children and ensure through continual assessment of a child’s safety, well-being, and permanency. The safety of children is paramount and worker continually assesses the degree to which children are at risk. Develops case plan with family and provides casework services in the home of family, and out-of-home placements. Provides casework services to children in placement and meets regularly with substitute care givers. Makes referrals to access appropriate supportive services. Maintains regular contact with supportive service providers to ensure coordination and effectiveness of services. Works with utilization management team and networks to access appropriate placements and prepare children and families for placement. Arranges regular visitation between guardians and children in placement. Works with Adoption unit when indicated to prepare a child for adoptive placement.
• Completes necessary paperwork on a timely basis, which shall include but is not exclusion: case reviews, safety assessments, case plans, placements, court reports, court complaints, SACWIS activity notes and placement changes.
• Attends and participates in necessary conferences, reviews, supervision and training. These activities may include: family conferences; transfer conferences; semi-annual reviews; individual and group supervision sessions; section and staff meetings, and relevant training.
• Completes complaint and other necessary paperwork for Juvenile Court. Prepares for case with agency attorney and attends hearings and reviews. Explains court process to clients and witnesses. Notifies clients and witnesses of hearing dates.
• Attends necessary training as required. Performs other related duties as assigned.
- Family Service Worker at Hamilton County Job & Family Services
- Nanny at College Nannies
- Weekend Respite Counselor at Stepping Stones
- Server at Buffalo Wild Wings
7 months at this Job
- Bachelors of Science - Psychology
- - Psychology, Research
§ Responsibilities included but not limited to; Investigating reports of child abuse or neglect, and taking the necessary steps to protect children. Conducting face-to-face interviews with the alleged child victim(s), the child's caretaker(s) and the alleged perpetrator(s). Responding quickly in crisis situations that involve children in an abusive or neglectful situation. Checking children for signs of abuse or neglect. Conducting forensic investigations and assessments to determine the level of risk or harm to children. Interviewing people, such as the person who reports it, family members, doctors, nurses, and others familiar with the family situation. Maintaining a level of objectively with families and ensuring confidentiality. Maintaining a balance of objectivity and empathy for families in stressful and crisis situations. Documenting all relevant information and testifying in court. Prioritizing deadlines and working flexible hours while possessing the highest level of professionalism.
- Family Service Worker at Department of Children and Family Services Investigator
- Commissioned Security Officer at Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services, Inc
- Juvenile Correctional Officer IV at Texas Youth Commission
- Juvenile Detention Officer II at Dallas County
1 year, 8 months at this Job
- Bachelor's - Sociology
- B.S. - Leadership
Organized a SNAP program with local Cooperative Extension. To educate the children on eating health and also incorporating families by sending information home with the children. Managed a case load of 80 to 54 families at a time Interviewed parents and set goals Held workshop on different topics Held monthly Parent Meetings Fellowships and Awards National Head Start Cluster B finalist for Family Advocate of the Year 2009
- Family Service Worker at Four County Community Service
12 years, 3 months at this Job
- Bachelor of Arts - Social Science
• Register new families by conducting in person interviews.
• Work with community partners to actively recruit children.
• Ensure all required program documentation are signed and dated by a parent.
• Collect reposed income, documents and deliver to coordinator for eligibility review.
• Act as a liaison for families, pass on information, makes referral and other services needed including (not limited to) legal services, public assistance, housing information, training' education, counseling.
• Conduct monthly parent meetings and home visit.
• Document all contacts with families.
• Follow- up on all family goals and referrals.
• Develop and maintain relationships with various community services.
• Provide coverage in classroom.
• Attend and participate in team meetings, component meeting, and other general staff meetings.
• Recruit volunteers for daily classroom and school year activities.
• Complete Reports, PIR, Annual assessments and other required programs.
• Advocate for families as needed including escorting them to meetings if necessary.
- Family Service Worker at St. Mark's U.M.C. Family Services Council
- Jumpstart Corps Member at Little Flower Children and Family Services
- Intern at Little Flower Children and Family Services
- Camp Counselor at The Fresh Air Fund
7 months at this Job
- Bachelor's - Social Work
Perform professional and administrative social work as ERSEA Coordinator and FSW Supervisor in a program with over 1500 children and their families. * ERSEA Coordinator o Coordinate eligibility. recruitment, selection, enrollment and attendance (ERSEA). o Lead the Program area in the development and implementation of internal policies for compliance with local, state, and federal regulations. o Develop training materials and conduct training for 22 employees on the subjects of family and community engagement, ERSEA, and the use of ChildPlus software. o Monitor and assess the quality metrics of Head Start services, and periodically report to Management and Policy Council. o Coordinate with internal and external programs regarding quality assurance and training activities. o Monitor service areas within t he Program area to ensure compliance with the Head Start Performance Standards, the Head Start Act, Orange County policies, departmental policies and procedures, and other applicable regulations. o Collect and analyze demographic needs, assessment data points, surveys and research to ensure efficiency of operations and effectiveness of programs. * Family Services Worker (FSW) Supervisor o Supervise a staff of 10 employees, providing monitoring, training and guidance and assisting with complicated or difficult cases. o Build community partnerships to provide outreach services to ensure the needs of the families are being met. o Perform field evaluations of staff performance, and prepare follow-up reviews, action plans, or reflective supervisions as required to ensure staff was in compliance with procedures. o Participate as needed in multidisciplinary staff meetings when a special need or concern arises with a child or a family. o Facilitate team meetings with staff and serve on advisory councils and boards. o Consult and coordinate services with Head Start staff to provide referrals to community agencies as needed.
- S enior Family Service Worker at Orange County Head Start
- F amily Service Worker at Orange County Head Start
- Adult Protective Investigator at Florida Department of Children and Families
- Child Protective Investigator at Florida Department of Children and Families
3 years at this Job
- 40 Credits towards M.A. in Social Community Psychology - Social Community Psychology
- B.A. in Psychology - Psychology
* Provides case management service to families in Head start program, including direct services to families by assisting them in determining strengths, needs and goals. * Responsible for the recruitment and enrollment of eligible children and families in the program through outreach activities. * Responsible for the identification and recruitment of children with special needs. * Models appropriate advocacy skills for parents in working with community agencies, professionals and schools. * Link families with community resources as required * Maintain forms/case files relating to each family ensuring confidentiality as required by law and Coastal Georgia Area CA, Inc., policy * Prepare reports relating to the content areas of Head Start and Early Head Start * Input child/family info into computer system * Monitor and track child/family data on an on-going basis * Attends community meetings where Head Start/Early Head Start representation in appropriate * Comply with Head start requirements as identified in the Performance standards * Promote the program to individuals throughout the community * Provide crisis intervention as needed and appropriate * Provides education to families relating to topics(parenting, budgeting, safety, health, and other family issues as necessary) * Attends meetings, trainings, and individual case staffing
- Family Service Worker (FSW) at Coastal Georgia Area Community Action Authority
- Child Care Counselor at The Methodist home for Child & Youth
- Job Coach at Coastal Developmental Services
- Medical Health Assistant at Coastal Harbor Treatment Center
10 months at this Job
- B.A. - Parks and Recreation