Provide parent coaching and training as outlined in service
authorization provided by DFCS.
·Utilize evidenced based curriculum provided by the agency.
·Provide transportation services for supervised visitation
between parents and children as outlined on the service authorization and case plan.
·Provide supervision for visitation between parents and
·Assist the family and children in making progress towards
reunification by identifying strengths, building skills, building community and social supports.
·Work in partnership with DFCS case managers to help
family achieve their potential.
·Attend court hearings or case panel hearings to testify as
requested by attorneys and DFCS.
·Track units of service and dates of service outlined on the
·Document all services in Electronic Health record.
·Attend monthly meetings, as required, for training, to
receive updates regarding policies and procedures and to
·Maintain compliance with required trainings: safe to sleep,
child safety care seat, HIPPA, workplace violence, security
·Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field.
(Psychology, Sociology, Counseling (religious counseling is
not acceptable) Social Work, Child Development,Community Mental Health,
Human Services, Criminal Justice (only with Juvenile experience/DJJ), Education
(experience teaching k-12 grade).
·In lieu of a Bachelor’s degree, you must have 5 years of human service experience.
·Must submit a valid and official transcript showing proof of degree awarded.
·Valid Driver’s License with good driving record and proof of insurance.
·Family Support Specialists will be required to complete and
pass a criminal background check (DHS OIG) and other safety screenings and drug screen.
·Must have access to a computer and telephone to contact
clients and document services provided.
Job Type: Contract