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Case Supervisor

 
Posted Date: 3/27/2013
End Date: 5/11/2013
Organization: CASA Youth Advocates, Inc.
Contact Name: Leigh Anne Mertz
Phone: 610-565-2208
Email: lamertz@verizon.net
Web Site: www.delcocasa.org
Address: PO Box 407
City, State: Media,  PA  19063-0407
   
Description:
CASA Youth Advocates of Delaware County seeks full-time Case Supervisor to provide professional training, guidance, and support to volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) in their advocacy on behalf of abused and neglected children involved in the Dependency Court system. Bachelors in human services field required, Masters degree preferred. Duties include management of up to 30 cases and volunteer, assuring that the children served by the program receive sound advocacy and permanency planning, in accordance with state and federal laws and policies of CASA Youth Advocates. Case Supervisor represents the organization within the child welfare system, the court system and external community. participates in program evaluation and planning. participates in team meetings and case staffings. and assists in recruitment and training of CASA volunteers. Participation in some fundraising activities and community awareness is required, as well as other duties as assigned by the Executive Director or Program Director.

Applicants should have at least three years experience in child welfare and solid knowledge base regarding child abuse and neglect, advocacy, cultural issues, volunteer management, and juvenile court. Must be flexible, organized, self-motivated, and responsible. Position includes some evening and weekend hours. Demonstrated competency in office software and equipment is required. Must have own transportation and current Driver’s License.

Interested candidates should send resume, cover letter, writing sample, three references, and salary requirement via e-mail to Program Director, Leigh Anne Mertz, at lamertz@verizon.net.

Employment decisions will be made on a non-discriminatory basis and without regard to applicant’s race, religion, sex, age, national origin, medical condition, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.


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