Child Safety Quality Management Training
|January 23, 2013 - March 23, 2013|
|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Description:||This position involves administrative and program development responsibilities. The position is responsible for assisting in the development and monitoring of all components of the Child Safety Departmentís training curriculum. This position is also responsible for case management functions providing services to children and their families who are referred per the eligibility requirements identified by contract. Case Management work involves assessment, service planning, monitoring client progress, linking resources, coordination and advocacy on behalf of the client among other responsibilities. |
1. Provide technical assistance to the Supervisors and their case managers.
2. Maintain the CSFP Departmentís training spreadsheet including Skillnet and E-learning.
3. Attend meetings as required to maintain program quality and effectiveness.
4. Prepare and conduct agency trainings based on DCF and ECA Administrative Codes/Policies and Procedures, identified needs of the CSFP department, and Florida Statutes.
5. Provide one-on-one training to staff on the Remote Data Capture (RDC) Devices and how to navigate the FSFN program.
6. Serve as a liaison for CSFP with both ECA and USFís training departments.
7. At all times, adhere to Organization policies, professional standards and legal requirements.
8. Visit or work at sites outside the office as needed or required for services provision and provide own safe transportation to such locations.
9.Regularly attend scheduled Organization and Program meetings as appropriate.
Case Management Responsibilities
1. Provide initial and ongoing assessment of each child and family that reflects strengths, needs and changing circumstances affecting the case.
2. Continue to assess any risk to the child as an ongoing activity.
3. Ensure any child prescribed a psychotropic medication for mental health and/or health reasons have the required documentation prior to administration of the medication as outlined in s.39.407.
4. Assure that parents, child (as age appropriate), relative and non-relative caregivers and guardians, and foster parents are part of the team, are involved in service delivery planning and receive a copy of the plan for each child for services/treatment.
5. Provide evidence through case record documentation that goals and tasks are
individualized, objective, measurable and relate to assessment; and provide evidence through case record documentation of clientís progress or lack of progress toward completing service tasks and/or meeting treatment goals.
Must hold at least a Bachelorís Degree in Psychology, Social Work or related area of study from an accredited university.
1. Must communicate in a clear, concise written format.
2. Must effectively apply knowledge.
3. Must possess strong oral and writing skills that enable clear, concise verbal and written communication.
4. Must be highly motivated and self-directed.
5. Must be detail oriented and have advanced organizational skills. Time management skills are essential to this position.
1.Must be certified as a Child Protection Professional and have at least two years experience working in child welfare.
2.Must acquire knowledge of community resources.
3. Knowledge of child development, including physical, mental, emotional and cultural issues preferred.
4. Must be computer literate and be proficient in Outlook, Excel spreadsheets, and Microsoft Word. Must be able to work proficiently in a Windows environment and be able to learn other software applications quickly.
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