Family Support Worker (FSW)

Job Locations US-AZ-Tucson
Job ID
2017-1049
Type
Regular Full-Time
Category
In-Home Services (DCS)

Overview

This position will partner with families involved in DCS (Department of Child Safety). This position will provide in-home and community family preservation tailored to keeping children and families together. We specialize in partnering with families to build effective relationships and to inspire hope for a positive future.

Responsibilities

This position requires afternoon, evening, and weekend work. Flexibility in scheduling, willingness to drive to throughout the county and willingness to work within the homes and communities of the families we support is required. Candidates are required to submit a negative substance abuse test, be able to obtain fingerprint and criminal history background clearance, and clear the Central Registry Check Reports of child abuse and neglect. CPR, First Aid, and Nonviolent Crisis Intervention are required training's that are provided by the agency. Reliable transportation is required, including proof of insurance, a vehicle safety check and an acceptable driving record.

Qualifications

  • Must be 21 years old or older.
  • A minimum of high school diploma or GED or a related Bachelors with 5 years of related experience.
  • or a related Masters degree.

Compensation:

$12-13.50/hr

 

 

We offer a full benefits package to all full-time employees; including medical, dental, life, disability, vision, 401k, paid time off, paid holidays, cell phone stipend, and mileage reimbursement.

 

Child & Family Support Services was founded in 2003 under the premise that the best environment for children and young adults is with their families and in their own communities. We have committed ourselves to developing in-home and community support that is unique and individualized. We specialize in partnering with families to build effective relationships and to inspire hope for a positive future.

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