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Family Service Workers provide support to groups and individuals at risk. Common issues that clients of Family Service Worker deal with are poverty, substance abuse, unemployment, social adjustment, medical conditions, and mental health problems. In order to be able to provide solutions for these people, a Family Service Worker should be able to demonstrate the following skills throughout his or her resume: excellent communication and interpersonal skills, availability for work on site, being able to stay calm in disturbing situations, decision making, and an interest in helping others. Eligible example resumes make display of a Bachelor’s Degree in social service.

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Child Care Family Service Worker

Maintained child files, enrollment, collaboration paperwork and computer system input for caseload

  • Cooperated with county DJFS agencies to determine family eligibility
  • Completed health and developmental screenings within the state and federal guidelines
  • Assisted families in setting goals and monitored their progress
  • Provided support and resources for families throughout the school year via home visits and center conferences
  • Assisted in creating, revising and implementing Policy and Procedure Manual for child care collaborations
Candidate Info
8
years in
workforce
7
years
at this job
AAS
Human Services
BA
Social Work
2

Family Service Worker

  • Facilitated individualized assessment
  • Conducted Crisis Intervention and conflict resolution
  • Provided links to community resources
  • Advocated for Homeless Families
  • Determined eligibility for families requesting child care services
  • Coordinated client referrals and document progress and placements to provide follow-up information
  • Participated in departmental, agency community meetings
  • Maintained case records, program data, and other statistical records as needed
Candidate Info
3
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
MA
Human Service
MA
Master of Arts
3

Family Service Worker

  • Complete and maintain an individualized family needs assessment; develop a family action plan based on family objectives, strengths and resources.
  • Coordinate support services, referrals, and follow-up to meet family needs; arrange for crisis intervention, emergency assistance, appropriate counseling or mental health services for participants.
  • Establish and maintain complete, up-to-date files, including health records and all required program forms.
  • Build relationships with families; complete family needs assessment and develop a family action plan based on family objectives, strengths, resources.
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AAS
Early Childhood Education
BA
Human Development
MA
Master of Arts
4

Family Service Worker

  • Recruit children/families, interview applicants, complete applications, and maintain site waiting list as required. Register new enrollees, complete intake forms, provide program information to parents and assist teachers in orienting parents to program requirements. Make home visits and/or telephone calls as needed to maintain communication with parents regarding attendance, school program, services and activities.
  • Implement provision of social services to families, assess family needs and developing an individual family plan, monitor and update ongoing family plans, assist parents in making contact with appropriate community resources and provide information on community resources to families. Evaluate parent interest and needs and develop and implement a plan of parent education activities and special parent events based on this assessment.
  • Promote parent and community involvement and positive public relations for programs and services and serve as a resource person to human service agencies, including health, social service and education.
  • Created the 2015/2016 recruitment plan that filled 106 vacancies.
  • Created a social media campaign to relaunch company website
  • Facilitate two town hall meetings that focus on community building
  • Maintained over 300 community resources
  • Overseen seven parent and volunteer meetings
  • Established five relationships with local businesses in the Focus: [company name] community
Candidate Info
11
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BA
Communication Studies
MA
Marketing
5

Family Service Worker

  • Develop goals for youth and families who may have mental health or developmental disabilities diagnoses.
  • Conduct risk assessments and crisis plans for Youth and their Families.
  • Complete referrals for services.
  • Complete progress notes and input them into evolve and connections computer systems.
  • Report incidents to the Justice Center.
  • Travel throughout Erie, Niagara and Cattaraugus counties to meet families and service providers.
Candidate Info
11
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
6

Family Service Worker

  • Responsible for engaging parents in identifying needs and developing intervention plans.
  • Acting as an advocate for children and families, working closely with assigned families (68-102 family caseload)
  • Planning and implementing activities that teach parents/guardians child development/child management, nutrition education, health education, dental education, mental health education, use of community resources, and adult education.
  • Participating in home visits
  • Working cooperatively as a member of a team with program staff and community resources
  • Keep files in order and up to date
  • Facilitate parent involvement in program
  • Recruit and enroll students, as well as tracking and updates
Candidate Info
8
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
BA
Psychology
7

Family Service Worker

  • Coordinates Family and Community Partnership Programs to ensure compliance with Head Start Performance Standards
  • Assist in the coordination and delivery of services that promote family and community development
  • Organizes and coordinates partnership programs with parents
  • Develops community partnerships with agencies that complement our services to Head Start families
  • Provides assessment data regarding service effectiveness
  • Provides family and community focused assistance with high quality service and confidentiality for Head Start children and families
  • Serve on self-assessment team.
Candidate Info
12
years in
workforce
8
years
at this job
MPA
Public Administration
Social Work
8

Family Service Worker

  • Conduct initial intake interview and complete applications with parents of incoming and returning students for head start program.
  • Collaborate with parents to provide the necessary referrals to improve the social economic functions of children and their families.
  • Assist in the classroom with teachers and teacher assistants as needed to complete daily routines.
  • Make proper referrals and continue to monitor and follow-up, assuring adequate and timely assistance and services have been rendered.
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BA
Bachelor of Arts
MA
Health Management
9

Family Service Worker

  • Foster youth development by providing wrap around services to Shelby County school Pre-Kindergarteners
  • Foster family development by connecting families to community services based on family goals
  • Provide preventative and health screenings to students
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
3
months
at this job
BA
Political Science
BA
Sociology
MA
Sociology
10

Assistant Family Service Worker II

Assists clients in keeping appointments with agencies and community Health Services

  • Assists clients in obtaining verification of births, deaths, and marriages
  • Assists Family Service Specialist worker with conducting field audits and assessing situations
  • Supervises visits between families upon absence of Family Service Specialist Worker.
  • Maintains a small caseload of clients under the direct supervision of professional staff.
  • Participates as a member of a placement team during the placement of a child.
  • Ensures the safety and quality of security is maintained amongst families
  • Observes and documents the results of visits.
  • Interprets and apply laws, rules, regulations and procedures to specific situations.
  • Engages children and families in adherence to DCP&P policies and procedures.
Candidate Info
15
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
BA
Psychology

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