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Caseworker Sexual Abuse Treatment

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Pueblo County Pueblo , CO 81001

Posted 4 months ago

Description Benefits Supplemental Questions

Performs professional journey level social casework services for a variety of programs, requiring working knowledge of established theories, principles and concepts of social casework related to the assigned program area.

Examples of Duties:Essential Job Functions

  • Conducts home visits with clients and family members.

  • Documents all observations and interactions; maintain record of activities; writes monthly reports of activities with clients, collateral contacts, observations, client progress and functioning.

  • Provides transportation as necessary.

  • Assists and advocates for access and use of community services; organizes services.

  • Ensures and monitors quality and quantity of services are delivered.

  • Assists with life skills activities of daily living.

  • Completes intake assessment; document assessment and observations, determines best course of action for placement of client.

  • Develops effective case plans, provides counseling services to families, assesses new abuse or re-abuse complaints and provides crisis intervention when needed.

  • Makes home visits with clients, provides information regarding available services and coordinates the provision of the services.

  • Testifies in court and makes recommendations on abuse and neglect cases, placement of clients, guardianship and investigations.

  • Performs related work as required.

Additional Responsibilities

  • Conducts and facilitates family team meetings for children, youth and families.

  • Provides intake and/or ongoing human services for Child Welfare Division areas related to child abuse and neglect cases and youth in conflict cases.

  • Determines if children should be placed outside the home, monitors foster care placement and parental visits and determines when and if recommendation will be made to return children to home.

  • Locates foster care placement appropriate to client's needs and monitors client's progress in placement.

  • Recruits new foster and adoptive homes, conducts home studies and monitors quality of care provided in foster homes.

  • Assists with life skills activities of daily living including teaching and modeling effective parenting methods.

  • Child protective services as defined by Colorado State Statutes and Rules.

  • Monitors foster care placement and parental visits and determines when and if recommendation will be made to return children to home.

  • Receives certification of successful completion of the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) New Worker Child Welfare Training Academy and receives a total of forty hours of in-service training per a year in areas relevant to Child Welfare Services.

General Requirements

  • Fills in for other staff as necessary and/or required.

  • Attends meetings, classes and trainings as required or requested by supervisor.

  • Encouraged to recommend changes to improve procedures that would result in efficiencies, cost savings and safety.

  • Communicates actively, clearly and regularly with supervisor and co-workers on all work-related topics.

  • Understands, observes and complies with all Governmental, Pueblo County and Departmental policies, procedures and protocols when performing job duties.

  • Possesses excellent oral and written skills to communicate effectively.

  • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with Pueblo County employees from same or different departments/offices, entities and customers.

  • Effectively manages multiple projects at once.

  • Effectively deals with stressful situations.

  • Easily adapts to sudden and unexpected changes in work assignments.

Typical Qualifications:
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Basic Proficiency:

  • Ability to operate standard office equipment, including typewriters, computers, computer software, calculators, printers, copiers, scanners and facsimile machines.

  • Routine software and business applications including, but not limited to, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software and databases.

  • Social casework practice and methods.

  • Agency rules, regulations and procedures.

  • Community support.

  • Establishes support with clients.

  • Confronts negative behavior in dealing with crisis situations.

  • Be sensitive to individual values and needs.

  • Applies general concepts of positive family dynamics.

  • Modern office practices and procedures.

  • Scope and application of laws and regulations pertaining to specific program areas.

  • Communicates, organizes material and presents clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing.

  • Reads and comprehends department and County rules, regulations, policies and standard operating procedures.

  • Works flexible hours, including holidays and weekends, when performing duties of positions.

  • Effectively responds to conflict situations and people in conflict.

  • Accomplishes the assigned workload in a timely manner and meet established performance standards and objectives.

  • Acts as a credible witness when testifying in court.

  • Makes difficult decisions in the best interest of children.

  • Prepares and maintains clear and concise records and reports.

  • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with other County employees, representatives of other agencies and organizations and members of the community.

Full Proficiency:

  • Principles, practices and objectives as related to case management, risk assessment, crisis intervention and counseling, in a program area.

  • Assesses risk; develops treatment plans and counsel family and clients on methods of problem resolution.

  • Maintains sensitive and confidential information.

Education/Experience:

Bachelor's Degree from an accredited four-year college or university in a Human Services Behavioral Sciences field (must have a degree with major course work equivalent to thirty semester hours or forty-five quarter hours in either development of human behavior, child development, family intervention techniques, diagnostic measures or therapeutic techniques such as social work, psychology, sociology, guidance and counseling and child development) and a minimum of one year of full-time professional social casework experience acquired after the degree in a public or private social services agency in an assignment appropriate to the position required. Successful completion of a school internship program with a public social services agency will substitute for one year of required experience.

OR

Bachelor's Degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Social Work with a major in Public Child Welfare and successful completion of an approved field placement in a county department of social services.

OR

Master's degree from and accredited college or university in Social Work or Human Behavioral Sciences field required.

Licenses and/or Certificates:

Valid driver's license at the time of application and a valid Colorado driver's license at time of hire required.

Special Requirements:

Must successfully pass background check.

Supplemental Information:

Physical Demands/Work Environment

Occasionally (Less than 25% of the time)

Strength-Lifts, carries, push, pulls or otherwise moves objects up to 25 pounds.

Strength-Lifts, carries, push, pulls or otherwise moves objects from 25 to 50 pounds.

Strength -Lifts, carries, push, pulls or otherwise moves objects from 50 to 75 pounds.

Hazards-Exposure to blood borne and airborne pathogens.

Hazards-Exposure to dust, fumes, gases or airborne particles.

Hazards-Exposure to hostile individuals or animals.

Schedule-Works shift work, weekends, holidays and subject to on call duty.

Frequently (25% to 50% of the time)

Climbing-Ascends or descends using feet and legs and/or hands and arms.

Stooping-Bends body downward and forward. Requires use of lower extremities and back muscles.

Kneeling-Bends legs at knees to come to rest on knee or knees.

Crouching-Bends body downward and forward by bending legs and spine.

Handling-Seizes, holds, grasps, turns or otherwise works with hand(s).

Exposure to Weather-Exposure to hot, cold, wet, humid or windy conditions caused by the weather or non weather-related conditions.

Confined/Restricted Working Environment-Work is performed in closed or locked facility providing safety and security.

Vehicles-Drives automobile and/or truck.

Regularly (50% to 100 % of the time)

Strength-Sits with brief periods of walking and/or standing.

Reaching-Extends hand(s) and arms(s) in any directions.

Fingering-Picks, pinches, types or otherwise works primarily with fingers rather than the whole hand or arm as in handling.

Equipment Utilized-Office equipment such as computer, phone, fax, copiers, scanners, adding machine, etc.

Not applicable

Strength-Capability to overcome and restrain a combative or resistive subject.

Strength-Walks and/or stands with brief periods of sitting.

FLSA STATUS: Exempt

BARGAINING UNIT: Bargaining Unit


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Caseworker Sexual Abuse Treatment

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