The Georgia Department of
Human Services, Division
of Family and Children Services (DFCS) is seeking candidates for
our Revenue Maximization Supervisor position in College
Park (South Fulton Service Center/Stonewall Tell Road).
The Division of Family
and Children Services (DFCS) is the part of DHS that investigates
child abuse; finds foster homes for abused and neglected children;
helps low income, out-of-work parents get back on their feet; assists
with childcare costs for low income parents who are working or in
job training; and provides numerous support services and innovative
programs to help troubled families.
Under limited supervision, our Revenue Maximization Supervisor will
monitor and direct professional staff in developing their skills,
delivering quality services, and documenting efforts. Supervisors
work closely with county staff and participate within a regional team
to assure appropriate State/Federal financial resources are available
for children in State custody.
The Revenue Maximization Supervisor’s
duties include, but are not limited to, managing, monitoring and
evaluating the activities of Revenue Maximization Specialists (RMS).
RMS determines federal Title IV-E Foster Care and Adoption Assistance
funding and Medicaid eligibility for foster and adopted children
statewide. Revenue Maximization staff work in both SHINES and SUCCESS
A combination of Foster care/adoptions -and- Economic Support
case management experience is required.
Our candidate will have a
Bachelors degree and two years experience managing foster care/adoptions
AND economic support
case management for a government program
Experience does not substitute for degree requirements
Candidates invited to interview must be prepared to demonstrate competencies
in the following areas:
Foster Care/Adoptions case management experience
Experiences with Medicaid/Food Stamp Programs
Communications skills (demeanor, speech, written, etc)
In addition to a competitive
salary of up to $44,000 we offer a generous benefits
package that includes employee retirement plan, deferred compensation,
12 paid holidays, vacation & sick leave, dental, vision, long
term care, and life insurance.
This is a PL-14 position. Current state government employees are subject
to DHS rules/practices regarding salary.
enjoy a quality of life that would be hard to find in any area across
the nation. Lower taxes and a lower cost of living enable you to do
more with the money you make and maintain a higher standard of living.
Within Georgia you’ll also find an unlimited supply of recreational
and cultural opportunities. Enjoy boating, camping, fishing, golf,
hiking, picnicking, swimming, tennis or just relaxing against Georgia’s
many scenic backdrops. Georgia is a 57,906-square-mile playground
filled with natural beauty and immaculate resources. From the mountains
to the coast, from ballet to baseball, Georgia offers you a livability
and quality of life that can help you achieve your dreams.
Georgia Department of Human Resources - 8 months ago