1. *Provides case management Services for assigned caseload.
2. *Maintains required frequency of contact with foster children, birth families and
foster and adoptive parents per agency policy.
3. *Develops effective working relationships with foster children, their birth families
and foster and adoptive parents.
4. Provides, arranges and supervises visitation between foster children and their birth
family or foster children and potential adoptive parents.
5. *Maintains thorough documentation for case record and completes all DHHS and
FSCA required documentation and reports in a timely manner.
6. *Develops and implements service plan aimed toward permanency planning, in
coordination with the assigned DHHS worker.
7. *Maintains court responsibility for cases as assigned and participates in court
hearings as requested.
8. *Provides aftercare services as assigned.
9. Maintains workload standards as outlined in the agency manual.
10. *Complies with the administrative and service requirements of DHHS and FSCA
for provision of foster care and adoption services.
11. *Participates in regular supervision and attends staff meetings as requested.
12. Explains and/or presents the agency's programs, goals and philosophies in the
community as requested.
13. Assists with program evaluation and/or research as requested.
14. Attends training required by FSCA/DHHS and utilizes additional opportunities for
professional development (i.e., in-service training, conferences, etc.)
15. Fulfills the requirements of all agency systems for statistical record keeping,
program evaluation, quality assurance, internal control and attendance monitoring. 16. Provides other direct or administrative services consistent with agency procedures
as assigned by the Immediate Supervisor and/or agency Director.