NorthEast Treatment Centers, Inc. (NET) is a non-profit organization committed to providing behavioral health and social services to adults, adolescents, children and their families in the Greater Philadelphia region and the state of Delaware. NET seeks dedicated, caring and inspired staff members to join its diverse and family oriented team.
The CUA Case Management Supervisor, supervises the activities of, and gives consultation and direction to the case managers engaged in performing a variety of counseling related to services to children and youth in the CUA. The employee has controlling responsibility for the operation of a CUA case management unit and ensures that the unit conforms to standards, regulations and laws of the CUA, city, state and federal agencies. Work includes assigning cases, reviewing case activities, determining training and developmental needs, training employees, reviewing worker performances, and initiating corrective action when necessary.
Contact with individuals, their families, representatives of private and public welfare agencies, representatives of professional and community groups, and the general public as well as supervision of case managers, case aides and other subordinate staff are of major significance to the work. Work is performed under the general supervision of the CUA Case Management Director.
• Plans, assigns and reviews the activities of a group of case managers performing casework functions within the CUA; recommends changes in practices and procedures to increase operating efficiency and expedite work flow; confers with superiors on policies, rules, and regulations related to social service functions; consults with private and public welfare agency officials on established procedures and problem areas; recommends establishing or modifying current methods and policies; confers with superior on unusual social service problems.
• Screens cases initially to determine level of risk to individual, individual's eligibility for program, and services required; reviews cases for socio-economic, medical, educational, employment and/or other information; assigns cases and meets with appropriate social worker to discuss status of cases, problems encountered, basis for actions, and alternative solutions; reviews and discusses progress, reviews workers' reports; provides supportive liaison services and assistance when required; reviews recommendations for case closings and transfers; evaluates workers' performance.
• Trains case managers in social work techniques and methodologies; orients worker with appropriate laws, policies, regulations and procedures; evaluates worker development, performance and problem areas to determine training needs; takes corrective action where necessary.
• Communicates with other public and private agencies and institutions to exchange information and develop resources; prepares correspondence; answers inquiries relating to services and clients.
• Supervisory methods and techniques
• Administrative principles, policies and procedures governing social services as applied to child welfare
• The legal provisions and regulations applicable to the delivery of social service within child welfare
• The principles, practices, techniques, literature and current developments in the field of social service planning within child welfare
• The functions and resources of public and private social welfare and related agencies providing services to individuals within child welfare
• Current social, economic, environmental and health problems affecting the clients
• Social and environmental factors which result in the need for placement or institutionalization of individuals
• The principles and practices of administrative organization and management and its applications in resolving a variety of operational and administrative problems
• Proficiency in English and Spanish preferred
• Plan, organize and coordinate the activities of a group of case managers in child welfare
• Apply behavioral science concepts and principles in the supervision of a group of case managers
• Evaluate social service programs and make recommendations to improve effectiveness of operations
• Effect sound management practices in the administration of social service programs
• Analyze and resolve complex social work situations and make sound recommendations consistent with social work principles and CUA policies
• Exercise judgment and discretion in applying and interpreting policies and procedures consistent with the overall policy and objectives of programs
• Interpret and explain program function, goals and objectives
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with representatives of private and public agencies, the judiciary, civic groups, associates and the general public
• Present ideas effectively, both orally and in writing
• Prepare and analyze reports pertaining to social service programs
• Three years of social work supervising experience, preferably in the field of child welfare
• Three years of direct social work experience, one of which has been at the full performance level in child welfare.
Completion of a master's degree program in social work from an accredited college or university
A background check will be completed for all potential hires to verify education, employment history, and vehicular and traffic history (PA Driver Information or other state driver information if applicable.
The employee in this position must pass a PA Criminal Background Check, Federal Bureau of Investigation Clearance, and PA Child Abuse Clearance dated no later than 60 days from the start date.
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