Foster Care Homes Resource Supervisor
Saint Francis Community Services 12 reviews - Hutchinson, OR

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Bachelors degree in Social Work or Masters degree in Social Work or Human services fieldl from an accredited college or university.

Develops and Implements a foster care and adoption recruitment plan including purpose, specific goals, plan of action with timeline and estimated costs

Develops and maintains relationships with referring agencies, DCF, JJA and others assessing their needs for foster care placements and keeping them informed of progress

Recruits foster and adoptive families through advertisements, contacts, speaking engagements, community activities and/or referring agencies

Completes written documentation of training for prospective foster families

Develops a support system and resources for prospective resource families and assist them in utilizing those supports

Participates in team meetings, sharing pertinent information regarding recruitment and resource development

Conducts PS-MAPP and Deciding Together preparation for prospective resource families.

Directly supervises Resource Specialists, Resource Workers and Licensing Specialists.

Participates in scheduling, employee evaluations, performance improvement, and resolves staff conflicts

Provides leadership for staff

Meets regularly with assigned team staff to provide case consultation and feedbak on performance

Monitors overall client and foster parent satisfaction of program and evaluates for performance improvement. Advises program director of the findings

Liaison with DCF, courts, schools, providers, and communities, keeping them informed of the Foster Care Program

Oversees foster family licensing, training and development

Assures that all foster families meet SFCS/KDHE guidelines for initial and annual reassessment

Develops and implements foster parent retention activities with input and assistance of other staff

Leads, organizes, and oversees monthly foster parent support group with assistance of staff

Participates in preparation of monthly foster parent newsletters

Develops and monitors corrective action and partnership development plans with foster parents when they are out of compliance or need growth in specific areas

Provides case management services and fills in for other staff as needed

Completes written documentation in staff, client and foster family files in a concise and timely manner

Implements SFCS policies and follows directives as required. Follows and adheres to all pertinent SFCS Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's), rules, personnel policies and procedures; related accreditation and licensure standards; and federal, state and local rules, statutes, regulations, and contractual terms

Is knowledgeable of and follows all safety procedures

Reports unusual incidents through appropriate Risk Management, clinical and safety channels

Ensures clients' rights are protected

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12 reviews
Saint Francis manages cases for children who are available for adoption, whose parental rights have been severed through the court system or...