The Child Welfare Case Manager's primary duty is the performance of work requiring advanced knowledge in the field of social work or human behavioral studies, and to use such advanced knowledge and prior work experience to consistently exercise discretion and independent judgment in providing the most appropriate services and support to families (1) in the Dependency Court system who have been identified by the Court as needing professional services to prevent future abuse and/or neglect of children, and (2) who voluntarily request similar, but non-judicial, in-home services. Responsible for taking actions appropriate to ensure that every child has a permanent home that provides physical and emotional safety. Must consistently use their advanced knowledge in the field of social work or human behavioral studies and their prior experience in the field to perform the following duties. Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs.
These responsibilities do not reflect all duties the incumbent will be required to perform. This description serves as an overview only.
Salary range is $15.760 - $17.212 per hour, salary is based on years of experience. Excellent fringe benefits. Days and hours may vary.
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