Intake Coordinator (Dayton, OH)
The Bair Foundation National Office - Dayton, OH

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As one of the nation’s fastest growing Christian foster care ministries, The Bair Foundation is currently seeking candidates for an Intake Coordinator in Dayton, OH. The Intake Coordinator directs the recruitment, support and retention of foster families according to state regulations and policies and procedures of The Bair Foundation.

Core Responsibilities:

1.Makes determinations regarding the approval or rejection of foster home applicants.

2.Schedules and conducts preliminary home study of prospective foster parents and ensures current foster parent home studies are up-to-date.

3.Approves the scheduling of Group Study Process.

4.Instructs lesson modules for Group Study Process and other applicable trainings.

5.Assures that foster home records are in compliance with State minimum standards, COA standards and The Bair Foundation/Christian Family Services Management Corporation (CFSMC) policies.

6.Approves training for foster parents and maintains a library of videos, books, etc. for foster parent trainings.

7.Performs or arranges for foster home care recertification as required by state regulations.

8.Responsible for initial inquiries by potential foster parents to follow-up phone calls and encourage inquirers to attend GSPs, motivate them to become foster parent and answer questions about the foster parent process.

9.Train and certify incoming foster parents in order to meet office growth goals. Both the Recruiter as well as the Intake Coordinator are responsible for successfully completing requirements to meet the office goals. Intake Coordinators are required to certify a minimum of 12 foster families per year. If the Intake Coordinator has one or more recruiters, the family certification goal requirement is increased by 20 families per recruiter supervised.

Job Qualifications:
• Bachelor's or Master’s Degree in social work or a related field with two years of experience placing children outside their home. LSW, LISW, LPC, LPCC or LMFT required in the state of Ohio.

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