Job Listing Detail
Family Resource Supervisor
*Applications must be received by Midnight Mountain Time on the closing date.
Listing Number: 9562-1324
For more information contact:
Public Health and Human Services
Human Resources P.O. Box 4210
Helena , MT
- OR -
Local Montana Job Service Workforce
Public Health and Human Services
Child and Family Services
Southwestern Region IV
State Application Required:
$35,650.00 - $44,574.00
Additional Salary Information: Dependent on qualifications and internal equity.
Training Assignment: This agency may use a training assignment. Employees in training assignments may be paid below the base pay established by the agency pay rules.
Conditions of the training assignment will be stated in writing at the time of hire.
Are you interested in leading a group of motivated professionals? Do you want to make a difference with your career? This position is a Family Resource Supervisor at the Department of Health and Human Services . We are looking for employees who can help us to provide services to promote healthy people, healthy communities.
For this position we offer yearly benefits , which include:
- A contribution of $8,796/year towards health, life, dental, and optional vision insurance;
- Choice between two defined retirement benefit plans and an optional 457(b) deferred compensation;
- Fifteen days paid vacation, twelve days sick leave, and ten paid holidays.
Successful applicant(s) will be subject to:
Criminal History Background Check
Driving Record Check
The Family Resource Supervisor is responsible for supervising the unit that recruits, trains, and licenses foster families and recommends adoptive families for approval. Responsibilities include: 1) Providing policy and program implementation, case consultation and case supervision; 2) Oversees the foster and adoptive parent recruitment and training programs; and 3) Performing personnel management and associated administrative functions. This position supervises four employees.
For a complete job description, email firstname.lastname@example.org .
The following knowledge, skills and abilities are required for the first day of work:
- Knowledge of the principles and practices of social welfare.
- Skill in crisis management and conflict resolution.
- Knowledge of personnel management and supervision.
- Ability to communicate information both orally and in writing so others will understand.
- Ability to identify problems and implement solutions.
- Ability to develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with others, even those who do not share the same point of view and may be violent or angry and maintain them over time.
- Ability to operate a personal computer and general office equipment as necessary to complete the essential functions, including using spreadsheets, word processing, databases, email, internet and other computer programs.
- Knowledge of child maltreatment prevention and treatment and family centered social work practice.
- Knowledge of the methods and procedures for Child Protection Specialists.
- Knowledge of the laws and rules pertaining to child protection services such as child safety, permanency and well-being, and the Indian Child Welfare Act.
- Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, sociology or other related human services.
- Three years job-related work experience such as child protection work or other directly-related work experience with children and families in difficult and sometimes volatile situations.
- One year of supervisory experience is preferred (may be concurrent with above experience.)
- Other combinations of directly related education and experience may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
- Experience working with tribal government entities and/or other organizations of native peoples is highly preferred.
Supplemental Questions: None Required
Additional Materials Required: None Required