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  • Child Visitation Worker

    Job Locations US-NJ-Eatontown
    Posted Date 3 months ago(7/20/2018 1:00 PM)
    Job ID
    2017-1041
    # of Openings
    5
    Category
    Entry Level
  • Overview

    Coordinate and provide supervised visitation services for DCP&P referred families.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Contact referral source and client within 5 business days of receipt of referral.
    • Conduct 9 visits per week.
    • Make up all visitations missed.
    • Available a minimum of 3 evenings per week.
    • Establish visit parameters with all parties involved.
    • Provide transportation to family members who require it as per caseworker. 
    • Supervise visits according to level of supervision required by caseworker, the exception being emergency bathroom breaks.
    • Conduct the required number of supervised visits.
    • Document activity and interaction between family members during visits and provide copies to caseworkers within 5 business days of visit.
    • Complete program paperwork in a timely manner including end-of-month paperwork, weekly schedules, vehicle log/maintenance, expense forms, and evaluation forms.
    • Complete all record keeping according to COA and DCF standards.
    • Compile and transmit all required progress reports and termination summaries.
    • Attend and participate in weekly team meetings. Attend all mandatory trainings.
    • Participate in all DCF and YMCA meetings.
    • Maintain a safe driving record.
    • Report any abuse/concern of abuse immediately to a live person at DCP&P or police.
    • Abide by proper car seat laws, rules and regulations.
    • Insure assigned vehicle has routine maintenance, updated registration and insurance.
    • Contribute time and effort towards an annual campaign
    • Demonstrate Proficiency in the use of the Electronic Health Record

    YMCA Competencies:

    • Relationship Building:
      1. Ability to build relationships with staff, families, and DCP&P workers.
      2. Ability to creative a positive and supportive atmosphere for learning and relationship-building.
      3. Proven track record of working effectively with people of different backgrounds.
    • Communication:
      1. Writes in a clear, concise, and logical fashion to ensure understanding.
      2. Tells stories of the Y’s cause and impact in the community.
      3. Listens actively by asking open ended questions.
    • Decision Making:
      1. Learns from experience and applies what is learned to new situations.
      2. Makes sound decisions/judgments based on input from others, data, and feedback.
    • Project Management:
      1. Possesses superior organizing ability.
      2. Clarifies performance goals and expectations; plans and organizes work responsibilities.
    • Quality Results:
      1. Delivers a high-value experience to children and families served
      2. Monitors own performance against standards and takes quick and appropriate actions to stay on course

    Qualifications

    • A Bachelor’s Degree in a related human service field
    • Must possess excellent interpersonal, communication and writing skills
    • Must be physically able to lift small children and car seats
    • Demonstrated high level of cultural competence, sensitivity and responsiveness
    • A safe driving record 

     

     

     

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