JFS Manager-CHS- 241-KIDS After Hours Supervisor (2702-12)
Open Until Filled
Job & Family Services
222 E. Central Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Work Hours: Full Time – 80 hours biweekly (This is a 24 hour operation that requires a shift rotation among 3 supervisors that includes some holidays and afternoon, evening and weekend coverage).
Starting Salary: $28.75 an hour + 25% shift differential
NOTE: Applicants for positions with Hamilton County Job and Family Services are subject to background screening in accordance with the document: Inventory of Criminal Offenses Ruling Out Consideration for Hire. Convictions from this list automatically disqualify a candidate for employment with HCJFS.
Requirements (Education, Experience, Licensure, Certification):
- Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Human Services, Psychology, Special Education, Therapeutic Recreation, Sociology, Criminal Justice, Public Administration or other closely related field (i.e. those fields that involve the provision of direct services and the assumption of case responsibility, with training in social work, psychology, psychiatric nursing, psychiatry, mental health counseling, rehabilitation counseling, pastoral counseling, and/or marriage and family therapy, etc.) from an accredited college or university; AND
- Three (3) years of related direct service and administrative experience.
ESSENTIAL JOB FACTORS: Must undergo a background via the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification & Investigation (BCI).
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: (*Indicates developed after employment)
Knowledge of: supervision; employee training and development; case management; psychology and/or human behavior; sociology or social work; available community resources specific to area in which employed; federal and state regulations specific to area in which employed; federal and state regulations specific to program services delivered; agency policies and procedures*, manpower planning*, treatment team concepts, interviewing.
Ability to: define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw conclusions; deal with large number of variables and determine specific course of action; review and critique cases and approve or disapprove and make recommendations; write instructions, specifications, training materials; gather, collate and classify data; establish goals, objectives, policies and procedures; recognize unusual or threatening conditions and take appropriate emergency action; handle sensitive inquires and contacts; prepare and deliver speeches before general audience; write accurate reports; establish friendly atmosphere as supervisor of work unit.
LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
ESSENTIAL JOB FACTORS:
Must have cell phone availability during working hours-Cell phone stipend eligible.
Master’s Degree in Social
Job Duties (Summary):
- This is a supervisory position requiring independent judgement and responsibility for directing subordinates, assigning duties to subordinates, disciplining subordinates when necessary and making recommendations on hiring, suspending, terminating and rewarding employees. This position shares responsibility for the function of the daytime 241- KIDS unit. This includes sharing supervision of the same staff. Supervises Children’s Services workers assigned to the After-Hour Unit as well as day staff when required. Assists the on-duty workers in both routine and emergency situations. Provides consultation and assistance on all placement cases at night or whenever needed. Responsible for direct supervision of staff which includes planning for orientation and on-going training. Instructs workers in child welfare practices as well as adult protective capacities and availability of in-house and community services. Sets up work schedules, reviews follow-up procedures, coordinates referrals from unit to proper agency personnel, evaluates worker’s job performance. Answers 241- KIDS and 421- LIFE lines and responds appropriately to caller. Writes and prioritizes reports of abuse, neglect, dependency, adult exploitation; makes referrals as necessary; etc.
- Formulates and implements a comprehensive after-hours emergency services program which is a component of a broader program of intake services for families and children. Coordinates unit activities with those of other services units, including Investigations. Provides coverage in the absence of other 241-KIDS supervisors (Day or After-Hours).
- Participates in conferences, seminars, meetings with other agency personnel, police, courts and hospital staffs. Maintains various records and files reports.
- Attends necessary training as required.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.