This is a full-time position (40 hours/week). The Resource Facilitator will be responsible for conducting staffings for children and families in substitute care in the child welfare system.
EDUCATION: Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree with at least two (2) years’ experience.
EXPERIENCE: Familiarity with issues of troubled youth behavior, i.e. runaway/homeless, the juvenile justice system, staffings, wraparound training, coordination of resources and referrals.
AREAS OF KNOWLEDGE: Human services system dynamics, state regulations and guidelines, community resources.
SKILLS: Communication, organizational, leadership and writing skills.
1. Receive referrals and assure paperwork
2. Contact the family and caseworker, if applicable, to complete the strengths assessment, develop Child and Family Team members and set the staffing dates.
3. Facilitate staffings and take primary responsibility for coordinating the services. Repeat the staffings at least once every 30-45 days.
4. Attend all Administrative Case Reviews and Clinical Interventionist Placement Preservation meetings, as needed.
5. Document the meeting results and mail documentation to the Child & Family Team members.
6. Insure that assigned tasks for all team members are completed.
7. Complete all evaluation materials.
8. Participate in Quality Assurance.
9. Participate in training seminars,
conferences and workshops.
10. Notify Supervisor immediately of concerns regarding any cases.
11. Other duties as assigned.