I consider myself a responsible, great achiever individual whom is always determined to learn new tasks. I am very attentive and proficient while completing my objectives on the job. I believe I have stupendous social skills, organizational skills and the capacity to work on multiple tasks in pressured environments. I am an ambitious, sharp, and active person whom always is giving the leading effort. I am very independent and have experience working in the field in multiple types of environments. I believe all experiences have a learning lesson. With all this I believe my efforts will maximize employee success and wellness.
• Conduct initial intake interviews of youth to include gathering familial, possible sponsorship information and to establish age of the youth.
• Conduct interviews of family members, friends of family and/or sponsors to determine the integrity of the relationship and verify information received from minor within 24-48 hours upon admission to the shelter.
• Document all actions taken and contacts with youth, sponsor, and stakeholders in the form of progress notes (efforts) as required by SWK, State and Federal contracts.
• Submit completed reunification packet with appropriate referral made by Case Manager for the timely release of youth to designated ORR representative.
• Facilitate attorney to client contact as requested by youth.
• Attend case staffing with a funding source representative.
• Maintain physical and web-based client files.
• Responds quickly in crisis situations.
• Assesses child safety and takes the necessary actions to protect the child as appropriate. This could include removing a child from their family.
•Interview children of different cultural backgrounds from 3-17 years old 2 to 3 times a month,
• Interacts objectively with “caretakers” who have abused and/or neglected children in their care.
• Encounters family members who are angry and/or scared.
• Determines action to be taken to remove or to reduce an immediate threat to the safety of a child to include working with families to identify family members who can assist with keeping the child safe, testifying in court to seek emergency protective services, placing children in substitute care, referring family for immediate crisis intervention therapy or other community resources.
• Documents all relevant and appropriate information gathered during the investigation and completing all required forms accurately and in a timely manner.
• Maintains a balance of objectivity and empathic understanding when engaging families living in stressful and crisis situations.
• Develops and maintains effective working relationships with law enforcement officials, judicial officials, legal resources, medical professionals, and other community resources
•Legally represent DFPS in court hearings for custody.
• Communicate properly with attorneys, judges, and other legal staff.
•Consult with counselors for psychosocial assessment and mental health therapy.
•Properly communicate juvenile justices, parole officers, detention centers, and other law enforcement staff.
•Conduct drug testing on clients.
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