-Provide supervision to AASK Workers and AASK office support in assigned regions, including a minimum monthly supervision meeting in accordance with agency and program standards-Assist AASK Director in the hiring, training and performance evaluation of AASK staff.-Delegate and oversee work assignments for supervisory staff; process and assign all new child and family referrals. Monitor new case assignments and caseload sizes-Initiate and coordinate ICPC documentation, serving as AASK's primary ICPC contact for those cases under the position's supervision-Review and approve all adoptive home assessments and placement related paperwork-Ensure service delivery is performed according to the agency and program missions, policies and procedures and service philosophy-Conduct case reviews with assigned staff at least quarterly-Assist with manual updates and other policy and procedure needs as the needs arise within the program structure or as requested by the AASK Director-Assist AASK Director in planning of regular staff meetings-Assist AASK Director in the development and ongoing maintenance of the Catholic Charities/AASK budget-Promote, develop and monitor needed program components (e.g. recruitment, childassessment and preparation, post-finalization plans, strategic planning, etc.)-Act as a resource for child referral and adoptive family information sources for the counties served under the position's supervision-Participate actively in the Agency's Performance Quality Improvement Process-Participate in networking and public relations with agencies and individuals connected to AASK: referral sources, families, public and private agencies-Support AASK's involvement with the statewide PRIDE training curriculum for foster/adoptive persons as well as AASK Informational meetings-Provide adoption-related training and education to regions and counties as requested-Attend statewide and regional trainings pertinent to permanency/adoption efforts within the state, in addition to other trainings available for professional development-Attend child and family team meetings with AASK Workers periodically or as requested-Participate in the development of and provision of post-adoption services in North Dakota as requested
-ND LCSW licensure and two years' experience in supervision of child placement workers or in child placement, or a Master's Degree in a human service related field and a minimum of two years of experience in supervision of child placement workers or in child placement-North Dakota Social Worker license-Good customer service, verbal and written communication skills-Ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines-Availability for intermittent statewide travel-Must have a valid driver's license
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