Social Services Case Manager

Conyers, GA 30012

Posted: 08/29/2022 Industry: Professional Job Number: 2038350 Pay Rate: $25.00/hour

Job Description

Social Services Case Manager

Job Duties:

Initiates timely, face-to-face responses to screened-in reports of alleged child maltreatment
Conducts assessments that identify and address safety concerns
Addresses identified safety concerns by immediately developing and implementing safety plans
Conducts diligent search efforts to locate the child/family when unable to make contact
Implements Solution Based Casework (SBC)
Partners with child(ren) and parents in the development and utilization of the Family Functioning Agreement, Action Plan, and Family Plan to achieve desired individual and family-level outcomes
Completes genograms to identify available family support network
Collaborates with community partners to create systems of support for children and families
Ensures that frequency and quality of visits with children and families are adequate to ensure safety, permanency, and well-being
Identifies the physical, educational, and mental/behavioral health needs of children, parents, and foster parents
Ensures identified needs are effectively addressed
Establishes permanency goals for the child(ren)
Ensures foster care placements and/or living situations are stable and in the best interests of the child(ren) and are consistent with achieving established permanency goal(s)
Makes concerted efforts to achieve permanency for children in a timely manner and consistent with regulations contained in the Adoptions and Safe Families Act
Ensures that siblings in foster care are placed together unless a separation is necessary to meet the needs of one of the siblings
Maintains child' s connections to his or her neighborhood, community, faith, extended family, tribe, school, and friends
Promotes, supports, and otherwise maintains a positive and nurturing relationship between the child(ren) in care and their biological parents/caretakers by encouraging and facilitating activities and interactions beyond visitation
Documents case management activities within time frames established by policy
Celebrates positive outcomes with child(ren) and family
Utilizes privately owned vehicle for work-related travel and duties (including transportation of children)
Routinely serves on after-hours on-call duty
Embraces ongoing learning and professional development opportunities
Contacts with children to assess safety, permanency, and well -being
Contacts parents/caregivers/foster parents to ensure service provision, case progress, and needed behavior change
Document all contact to ensure appropriate and timely service delivery


2-3 hours

Job Requirements:

Bachelor' s degree in social work related field
Must have license or certification
Completion of supervised clinical experience
Key Skills: listening, organization, interpersonal, compassion, problem-solving, and time management
Computer Skills: Microsoft Office Suite (including Excel), database, desktop publishing, presentation, and medical software programs
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