Community Liaison for Region 11 - Children’s Bureau Inc.
|Apr. 14, 2013 - May. 14, 2013|
|Organization:||Children’s Bureau, Inc. |
|Description:||The Community Partners for Child Safety Program is a free and voluntary program for families with minor children. The Community Partners program is a home based program that offers case management services by a Liaison who will assist families in developing and meeting specific family centered goals. The liaison will help families discover and connect with local community supports and services, can provide crisis assistance as needed, be an advocate and support for the family. Families can self-refer, referrals can be made by anyone who is wanting to help the family with meeting a need; schools, churches, community agencies and other service providers. Due to the nature of CPCS, job responsibilities are subject to change. Employees must be able to adapt to new procedures as introduced and be flexible with their schedule to meet the needs of their families. Serving Hamilton and Madison Counties.|
|Duties:||Location: CPCS Noblesville 942 N. 10th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060 |
* Provide Home based services and resource connection to at-risk families residing in the targeted Community/County. * Develop and maintain familiarity with community resources. * Develop and maintain relationships with social workers and agencies serving families. * Complete required documentation in timely manner. * Provide transportation to families as needed. * Work with the school system and various institutions related to the family. * Attend required meetings, including Children's Bureau in-services. * Be available for intervention outside of normal work day/week. * Assist families in making and obtain goals. * Perform any other duties as deemed necessary by the immediate supervisor. * It is understood that each employee follows and adheres to the professional standards as outlined by your perspective professional degree or license.
|Qualifications:||* Bachelor Degree in a human service related field. * Minimum of 2 years experiences in with child/families * Must have a valid driver's license and insurance. * Good verbal and written communication skills. * Trained in child development. * Knowledge of community resource services and program. * Knowledge in areas of abuse/neglect. * Demonstrate an ability to handle any situation that arises during visitations. * Experience in empowering families, setting goals for clients, and assisting them in the process to change required. * Experience/ability to respond appropriately to culture differences in the community, staff, and clients is required. * Ability to perform general operations in computer word processing, fax, copier, telephone, and other various office machines is required. Application Information:|
Click APPLY NOW to submit resume and salary history with a letter of application to: Community Partners, Children's Bureau, Inc., Attn: Dawn Talbot
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