To obtain a management position in which I am given the opportunity to play a direct role in the unlimited growth and success of a solid organization in an environment that will challenge me further; while allowing me to contribute to the continued growth and success of the organization while applying creative problem solving and lean management skills with a growing company to achieve optimum outcomes as a Supervising Children's Social Worker (SCSW) in the Pomona regional office
Deaf Services Unit (DSU)-Covina (Countywide vertical case load CS, ER, DI) 2016-Present
• Provide supervision, and social work services to the children, youth, young adults, Non-Minor Dependents (NMD), families through diverse, extensive case loads through Continuing Services (CS), Emergency Response (ER), Dependency Investigation (DI).
• Conducted detailed assessments to create effective case plans for abused neglected children, youth, young adults, and families reach case plan goals and Court orders.
• Collaborate with communities, foster parents, foster family agencies, parents, relatives, colleagues, management and the Juvenile Dependency Court system to address needs of children, youth and families while maintaining their safety and best interest.
• Conduct investigation and solution of procedural, community and governmental complex problems.
• Provide cultural, and language courtesy services to English speaking, monolingual Spanish and American Sign Language families, children and youth while maintaining cultural humility.
• Conduct and present Court documentations accordingly and on a timely basis. Prioritize time, required for Comprehensive Case Management.
• Mentored, and modeled effective engagement, teaming, accountability and leadership to families, children and youth as a certified Child Family Team (CFT) Facilitator.
• Strengthened teaming and culture sensitivity as the Facilitator for Core Practice Module.
• Advocated for permanency for children on assigned case load when reunification with parent(s) failed; advocated for youth engaged in the emancipation transition process.
• Arranged and monitored visits and conducted various activities to assure child safety and forging of healthy bond between siblings, and parents, to facilitate cohesive and safe reunification of families
• mentorship, advocacy and mediation between children, families, foster families, community service providers, foster family agencies, Children's Social Workers, and the Juvenile Dependency Court system.
• Provide life skills, career, and education counseling, resource referrals, and referrals to the Independent Living Program to foster youth in caseload and prepare them for emancipation from foster care.
• Founded the Antelope Valley Emancipation Youth Club (AVEYC) in 1995 and oversaw its operations through 2009. The first historical Teen Club established in Los Angeles County.
• Established and implemented policies, objectives, and procedures for the department. Evaluated personnel and work over Summer Youth Interns and two Clerical Support Staff. Developed reports, budgets and annual statistical state reports. Coordinated activities with other managers.
• Provided community outreach, child protection, social services to 900+ wards of court and post emancipated foster and probation youth with diverse backgrounds. Program Coordination, special event planning.
• Provided mentorship, advocacy and mediation between foster youth, Social Workers, foster parents, community agencies and the dependency court system.
• Trained and supervised foster/probation youth for job preparation in customer service, clerical, case management, and specialized youth services.
• Community resource development and collaboration to assist youth with independent living in the areas of education, vocation, health, mental health, family planning, housing, child protection, alcohol/chemical dependency.
• Provided life skills, counseling high-risk foster and probation youth ages 14-23
• Provided rehabilitative services to persons with mental, physical, emotional, or developmental impairments. Improve clients' quality of life and ability to perform daily activities and help injured workers re-enter the labor force by teaching them how to compensate for lost motor skills or help individuals with learning disabilities increase their independence.
• Established, implemented policies, objectives, and procedures for the department. Evaluated personnel and work over Interns and two Clerical Support Staff. Developed reports, budgets and annual statistical state reports. Coordinated activities with other managers.
• Community outreach and case management to homeless, unemployed youth and adults.
• Community resource development of job bank to locate newly trained youth and adults
• Supervised two vocational instructors and two clerical staff
• Provided tutoring including families requiring ESL (English Second Language) assistance.
Currently in the process of completing clinical hours per BBS requirements.
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