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Coordinates and schedules interviews of children alleging sexual and physical abuse. Establishes contact with referred families to schedule a convenient appointment time and conducts initial intake of child and family. Documents intake information in case tracking system and establishes confidential client files. Confers with staff and partner agency professionals throughout execution of duties. Fields community calls with child abuse concerns. Provides administrative assistance to program director and backup family advocacy.
Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field from an accredited institution, and two years experience in child welfare setting required. Knowledgeable of the social services and legal systems, and protective service programs and procedures. Basic understanding of social services, crisis intervention and advocacy theory, confidential, and culturally competent. Excellent computer and data entry, oral and written communication, public relations and organizational skills.
Hours 8:30- 5:00 M-F with flexibility to cover to 7:00 if needed. Competitive salary and benefits include health insurance, 401k retirement, flexible spending account, paid time off, and holidays. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please email cover letter and resume, three work-related references with daytime telephone numbers to email@example.com with INTAKE COORDINATOR in the subject line. Or mail your resume to Sunflower House, 15440 W. 65th Street, 66217, attention Cindy Riddell. No phone calls please.
Job Type: Full Time