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CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER I-IV FAM SRVCS CLAREMONT Job Openings by The State of New Hampshire in Claremont

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State of New Hampshire Job Posting Department of Health and Human Services Division for Children, Youth, & Families Claremont District Office
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER I-IV Family Services LG 18-24 #MRHHS-CPSWFS Child Protective Service Worker I$38,200.50$52,845.00 USD
Child Protective Service Worker II$41,320.50- $57,954.00 USD
Child Protective Service Worker III$44,830.50- $63,180.00 USD
Child Protective Service Worker IV$48,769.50$68,952.00 USD
The certification level identified by the DHHS Human Resource Office is based upon the minimum qualifications. Upon consideration of the applicants relevant work experience, interview, and the Supplemental Job Description, the DCYF hiring manager will determine the level a candidate will be hired at.

*See total compensation information at the bottom of announcement.
, Department of Health and Human Services, Division for Children, Youth, and Families has a full time vacancy for Child Protective Service Worker I-IV. SUMMARY:
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After viewing, please complete the required Disclosure Statement to submit with your application. CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER I/FAMILY SERVICES
Performs entry level protective services casework to coordinate, manage and administer services for children and families including, maintaining children in the home safely, strengthen families for reunification, providing permanency for children in care and working closely with various community agencies while promoting the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Upholds the vision and mission of the agency through utilizing the Practice Model theories, beliefs and principles in daily practice. CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER II/FAMILY SERVICES
To perform increasingly complex protective services casework to coordinate, manage and administer services for children and families including, maintaining children in the home safely, strengthen families for reunification, providing permanency for children in care and working closely with various community agencies, while promoting the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Upholds the vision and mission of the agency through utilizing the Practice Model theories, beliefs and principles in daily practice.
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER III/FAMILY SERVICES
To perform protective services casework to coordinate, manage and administer services for children and families including, maintaining children in the home safely, strengthen families for reunification, providing permanency for children in care and working closely with various community agencies, while promoting the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Upholds the vision and mission of the agency through utilizing the Practice Model theories, beliefs and principles in daily practice.
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER IV/FAMILY SERVICES
To perform complex and complicated protective services casework to coordinate, manage and administer services for children and families including, maintaining children in the home safely, strengthen families for reunification, providing permanency for children in care and working closely with various community agencies, while promoting the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Upholds the vision and mission of the agency through utilizing the Practice Model theories, beliefs and principles in daily practice.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER I/FAMILY SERVICES
Possesses basic knowledge of the principles of case management in order to manage a caseload, prepares and develops Solution Based case plans in conjunction with the family to ensure that objectives and tasks are being achieved, that court orders are being complied with, when applicable, in accordance with State and Federal Statute. Establishes and develops relationships with children and their families in home and arranges and provides services to prevent further abuse/neglect and to enable the child to remain safely in his/her home and maintains contact according to policy. Establishes and maintains relationships with children in placement and their families and arranges and provides services to enable children to return home, and makes other alternative permanent plans if appropriate under the direction of the supervisor. Maintains contact with these children and families according to policy including transporting children and families as necessary. Develops, recommends, implements, monitors, and evaluates family treatment and case plans in collaboration with other community stakeholders. Also responds to crisis situations in regards to a variety of case management situations, under the guidance and direction of the supervisor. Completes all required documentation, including case plans, court reports and all necessary Bridges documentation of case related activities. Facilitates effective and timely permanency through concurrent planning that supports children, families and caregivers, and assures that connections are maintained and that children do not leave care without a viable permanent connection. Ensures that children and youth in placement obtain the preparation, resources and positive youth development they need to establish connections with caring adults and become healthy, self sufficient and successful adults. Works under direct and close supervision and receives regularly scheduled weekly supervision. Completes Core Training requirements, including mentoring, according to policy. CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER II/FAMILY SERVICES
Possesses fundamental knowledge of the principles of case management in order to manage a caseload, prepares and develops Solution Based case plans in conjunction with the family to ensure that objectives and tasks are being achieved, that court orders are being complied with, when applicable, in accordance with State and Federal Statute. Establishes and develops relationships with children and their families in home; arranges and provides services to prevent further abuse/neglect and to enable the child to remain safely in his/her home and maintains contact according to policy under the direction of the supervisor. Establishes and maintains relationships with children in alternate placement and their families; arranges and provides services to enable children to return home, and makes other alternative permanent plans, if appropriate. Maintains contact with these children and families according to policy including transporting children and families as necessary. Develops, recommends, implements, monitors, and evaluates family treatment and case plans in collaboration with other community stakeholders. Also responds to crisis situations in regards to a variety of case management situations under the guidance and direction of the supervisor. Works under direct supervision and receives regularly scheduled weekly supervision. May serve as a mentor for newly hired staff or supervise a student intern. Completes all required documentation, including case plans, court reports input and all necessary Bridges documentation of case related activities. Facilitates effective and timely permanency through concurrent planning that supports children, families and caregivers, and assures that connections are maintained and that children do not leave care without a viable permanent connection. Ensures that children and youth in placement obtain the preparation, resources and positive youth development they need to establish connections with caring adults and become healthy, self sufficient and successful adults. Completes annual training requirements, including certification as a Solution Based Casework Caseworker and completes individual training plan according to policy. CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER III/FAMILY SERVICES
Possesses advanced knowledge of the principles of case management in order to manage a caseload, prepares and develops Solution Based case plans in conjunction with the family to ensure that objectives and tasks are being achieved, that court orders are being complied with, when applicable, in accordance with State and Federal Statute. Establishes and develops relationships with children and their families in home; arranges and provides services to prevent further abuse/neglect and to enable the child to remain safely in his/her home and maintains contact according to policy. Establishes and maintains relationships with children in alternate placement and their families; arranges and provides services to enable children to return home, and makes other alternative permanent plans, if appropriate under minimal direction of the supervisor. Maintains contact with these children and families according to policy including transporting children and families as necessary. Develops, recommends, implements, monitors, and evaluates family treatment and case plans in collaboration with other community stakeholders. Also responds to crisis situations in regards to a variety of case management situations and can maintain control in intense and controversial situations and able to independently prioritize work demands under minimal direction of the supervisor. Works under direct supervision and receives regularly scheduled supervision. May serve as a mentor for newly hired staff or supervise a student intern. May provide supervision to other staff at the request of the supervisor. Completes all required documentation, including case plans, court reports and all necessary Bridges documentation of case related activities. Facilitates effective and timely permanency through concurrent planning that supports children, families and caregivers, and assures that connections are maintained and that children do not leave care without a viable permanent connection. Ensures that children and youth in placement obtain the preparation, resources and positive youth development they need to establish connections with caring adults and become healthy, self sufficient and successful adults. Completes annual training requirements, including certification as a Solution Based Casework Caseworker and completes individual training plan according to policy. May provide outside education and information sessions with various agencies in the community in collaboration with the DCYF Speakers Bureau. CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER IV/FAMILY SERVICES
Possesses advanced knowledge of the principles of case management and manages an increasingly complex caseload; prepares and develops Solution Based case plans in conjunction with the family to ensure that objectives and tasks are being achieved, that court orders are being complied with, when applicable, in accordance with State and Federal Statute. Establishes and develops relationships with children and their families in home to prevent further abuse/neglect; arranges and provides services to enable the child to remain safely in his/her home and maintains contact according to policy. Establishes and maintains relationships with children in alternate placement and their families; arranges and provides services to enable children to return home, and makes other alternative permanent plans, if appropriate. Maintains contact with these children and families according to policy including transporting children and families as necessary. Develops, recommends, implements, monitors, and evaluates family treatment and case plans in collaboration with other community stakeholders. Also responds to crisis situations in regards to a variety of case management situations and can maintain control in intense and controversial situations and is able to independently prioritize work demands. Demonstrates independent decision-making ability and in the absence of the supervisor. may assume responsibility for administration of daily business operations Also demonstrates and can articulate leadership skills and ability and is a positive influence to other employees. Receives regularly scheduled supervision at a minimum of every two weeks. May also serve as a mentor or supervise an intern. May provide supervision to other staff at the request of the supervisor. Completes all required documentation, including case plans, court reports and all necessary Bridges documentation of case related activities. Facilitates effective and timely permanency through concurrent planning that supports children, families and caregivers, and assures that connections are maintained and that children do not leave care without a viable permanent connection. Ensures that children and youth in placement obtain the preparation, resources and positive youth development they need to establish connections with caring adults and become healthy, self sufficient and successful adults. Completes annual Training requirements, including certification as a Solution Based Casework Caseworker and / or Coach and completes individual training plan according to policy. May provide outside education and information sessions with various agencies in the community in collaboration with the DCYF Speakers Bureau.
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER I/FAMILY SERVICES
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major study in social work, psychology, social psychology, sociology, human services, criminal justice, behavioral science, cultural anthropology, or counseling, pastoral counseling or divinity or related field. Experience: No experience required. OR Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with at least twelve (12) courses or thirty-six (36) credit hours in social work, psychology, social psychology, sociology, human services, criminal justice, behavioral science, cultural anthropology, or counseling, pastoral counseling or divinity or relate field. Experience: No experience required. OR Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in any field. Experience: Three years’ experience in human services or education field working with children and/or families. License/Certification: Must possess a valid driver’s license and/or have access to transportation for use in statewide travel. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: 1. Must successfully complete the CPSW Academy within the first twelve months of employment.
2. Upon completion of the CPSW Academy, must attend 30 hours of in service training annually. In addition, must successfully complete the formal mentoring program.
3. Must be available for non-traditional work hours to meet the needs of client families and children in their homes and other public locations.
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER II/FAMILY SERVICES
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major study in social work, psychology, social psychology, sociology, human services, criminal justice, behavioral science, cultural anthropology, or counseling, pastoral counseling or divinity. Experience: One year’s experience as a social worker or professional case manager, preferably in the child protective service profession or criminal justice field, in either a public or private agency. OR Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with at least twelve (12) courses or thirty-six (36) credit hours in social work, psychology, social psychology, sociology, human services, criminal justice, behavioral science, cultural anthropology, or counseling, pastoral counseling or divinity. Experience: One year’s experience as a social worker or professional case manager, preferably in the child protective service profession or criminal justice field, in either a public or private agency. OR Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in any field. Experience: Four years’ experience in human services or education field working with children and/or families. License/Certification: Must possess a valid driver’s license and/or have access to transportation for use in statewide travel. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: 1. Must have successfully completed the CPSW Academy and have completed the formal mentoring program if being promoted from a CPSW I or complete the CPSW Academy within twelve months of employment from date of hire as a CPSW II.
2. Must receive satisfactory performance evaluation and be free of any disciplinary action prior to promotion.
3. Must have approval from the Supervisor and the CPS Field Administrator.
4. Case records must all be complete and up to date.
5. Upon completion of the CPSW Academy, must attend 30 hours of in service training annually. In addition, must successfully complete the formal mentoring program.
6. Must be available for non-traditional work hours to meet the needs of client families and children in their homes and other public locations.
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER III/FAMILY SERVICES
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: Master’s degree from an accredited college or university with major study in social work, psychology, social psychology, sociology, human services, criminal justice, behavioral science, cultural anthropology, or counseling, pastoral counseling or divinity. Experience: One year experience as a social worker or professional case manager preferably in the CPSW profession or criminal justice field. The experience may have been gained before or after completion of the above Master’s degree. OR Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with at least (12) courses or thirty-six (36) credit hours in social work, psychology, social psychology, sociology, human services, criminal justice, behavioral science, cultural anthropology, or counseling, pastoral counseling or divinity. Experience: Two years’ experience as a social worker or professional case manager preferably in the CPSW profession or criminal justice field. OR Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in any field. Experience: Five years’ experience in human services or education field working with children and/or families. License/Certification: Must possess a valid driver’s license and/or have access to transportation for use in statewide travel. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: 1. Must have successfully completed the CPSW Academy and have completed the formal mentoring program if being promoted from a CPSW II or complete the CPSW Academy within twelve months of employment from date of hire as a CPSW III.
2. Must receive satisfactory performance evaluation and be free of any disciplinary action prior to promotion.
3. Must have approval from the Supervisor and the CPS Field Administrator.
4. Case records must all be complete and up to date.
5. Upon completion of the CPSW Academy, must attend 30 hours of in service training annually. In addition, must successfully complete the formal mentoring program.
6. Must be available for non-traditional work hours to meet the needs of client families and children in their homes and other public locations.
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER IV/FAMILY SERVICES
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: Master’s degree from an accredited college or university with major study in social work, psychology, social psychology, sociology, human services, criminal justice, behavioral science, cultural anthropology, or counseling, pastoral counseling or divinity. Experience: Two years’ experience as a social worker or professional case manager, preferably in the CPSW profession or criminal justice field. OR Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with at least (12) courses or thirty-six (36) credit hours in social work, psychology, social psychology, sociology, human services, criminal justice, behavioral science, cultural anthropology, or counseling, pastoral counseling or divinity. Experience: Three years’ experience as a social worker or professional case manager preferably in the CPSW profession or criminal justice field. OR Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in any field. Experience: Six years’ experience in human services or education field working with children and/or families. License/Certification: Must possess a valid driver’s license and/or have access to transportation for use in statewide travel. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: 1. Must have successfully completed the CPSW Academy and have completed the formal mentoring program if being promoted from a CPSW III or complete the CPSW Academy within twelve months of employment from date of hire as a CPSW IV.
2. Must receive satisfactory performance evaluation, be free of any disciplinary action for at least two years and possess a performance based recommendation from the Supervisor and the CPS Field Administrator.
3. Case records must all be complete and up to date.
4. Must be able to demonstrate leadership skills such as conflict resolution, team building, and motivational skills.
5. Upon completion of the CPSW Academy, must attend 30 hours of in service training annually. In addition, must successfully complete the formal mentoring program.
6. Must be available for non-traditional work hours to meet the needs of client families and children in their homes and other public locations. DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The supplemental job description lists typical examples of work and is not intended to include every job duty and responsibility specific to a position. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on the supplemental job description provided that such duties are characteristic of that classification.
For further information please contact Kristan Desmarais, Supervisor VI, Kristan.Desmarais@DHHS.NH.GOV , 603-542-9544.
Documents that can't be submitted online may be forwarded to: Department of Health and Human Services- Human Resources 129 Pleasant Street Concord, NH 03301
*TOTAL COMPENSATION INFORMATION
The State of NH total compensation package features an outstanding set of employee benefits, including:
HMO or POS Medical and Prescription Drug Benefits: The actual value of State-paid health benefits is based on the employee's union status, and employee per pay period health benefit contributions will vary depending on the type of plan selected.
Value of State's share of Employee's Retirement: 11.93% of pay
Other Benefits: o Dental Plan at minimal cost for employees and their families ($500-$1800 value) o Flexible Spending healthcare and childcare reimbursement accounts o State defined benefit retirement plan and Deferred Compensation 457(b) plan o Work/life balance flexible schedules, paid holidays and generous leave plan o $50,000 state-paid life insurance plus additional low cost group life insurance o Incentive-based Wellness Program (ability to earn up to $500)
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