Alameda County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Program is recruiting for a provisional-project* CASE SUPERVISOR (CASA Program Associate)
Join our dynamic motivated and compassionate team.
Please email Ernie Tabasa, CASA Program Manager (CASAJobs@acgov.org) for additional recruitment information.
$74,152.00 - $90,105.60 Annually
Plus, an excellent benefits package!
This is a provisional-project recruitment.
*Provisional Appointments: For a provisional appointment, a civil service exam is not required. However, to obtain a regular position, the appointee will need to compete successfully in a County Exam when open.
Project positions are generally for a specific, limited duration. Projects can last for five years but may be shorter depending on the project. Newly hired incumbents in project positions do not qualify for retirement.
Visit the link below to learn more about us!
Case Supervisors (CASA Program Associate) screen volunteer applicants, match CASA volunteers with youth, and manage a caseload of CASA volunteers that are assigned to youth involved in Juvenile Dependency Court/child welfare system, as well as delinquency, on occasion. This position provides resources and coaching support to CASA volunteers and oversees the direction of advocacy plans based on the needs of the youth on their caseload. The Case Supervisor maintains and updates CASA volunteer and youth database records, ensures compliance with various programmatic requirements, and guides CASA volunteers to gather information from collateral parties to compose written court reports and recommendations to the Court, with report editing being completed by the Case Supervisor.
CASA PROGRAM ASSOCIATE
All candidates must meet minimum qualifications in order to be considered for this position. Click above for minimum qualifications, comprehensive job description, additional requirements, KSAs, and benefits information.
HOW TO APPLY
Deadline: Friday, December 15, 2023
Please submit a County of Alameda Job Application, resume and cover letter to: Ernie Tabasa, CASA Program Manager (CASAJobs@acgov.org)
The application template is available online @
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Alameda County HCSA is enriched with a diverse workforce. We believe the best way to deliver optimal programs and services to our communities is to hire and promote talents that are representative of the communities we serve. Diverse candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.