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Our administrative and leadership opportunities usually have regular office hours. Most of our positions are flexible, such as Home Visitors, Case Managers, and Counselors because they care for our families and children at times that work best for them.

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Our hiring process can vary taking anywhere from 2-4 weeks. We have strict background screening requirements we have to meet due to being a child welfare agency.

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We ask interview questions based on our core values of: caring, integrity, respect, commitment, leadership and excellence.

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To become a Dependency Case Manager, all you need is a Bachelor's degree in a Human Services related field. Our salaries are set and based on if you are or are not certified yet.

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It depends on the position you have. If you are a nonexempt/hourly team member, you will be eligible to be paid overtime. If you are an exempt/salaried team member, you will not be eligible to be paid overtime.

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Our salaries vary based on the region throughout Florida. Please visit our careers website to find what our salaries are for the specified area at: www.chsfl.org/careers.

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There are many part-time positions available. Please visit our careers website to learn more.

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For our field positions, such as Dependency Case Managers, Clinical Counselors (some types), Home Visitors, and Family Support Workers, they do drive in their own personal vehicle to visit clients in their homes and to take them to necessary appointments and locations. All business mileage is reimbursed though!

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We are very optimistic about the future of Children's Home Society of Florida! We are expanding our mental health and community partnership school programs to further the good we do within our communities! We have our eye set on the prize of being able to bring families together and what a difference we can make through preventative services as well!

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