2022-2023: Social Worker (CC: 6766) (1.0 FTE)
Job | Posted 24 days ago
- Possess a Master or advanced degree in Social Work
- Arizona State Department of Education School Social Worker Certification
- Experience in multicultural-multilingual school setting is preferred
- Knowledge of community resources within the district boundaries is preferred
- Social Work experience is preferred
- Coordinates preventative and intervention services.
- Keeps sufficient records of cases in compliance with FERPA and state requirements for use by school staff members and outside agencies when appropriate.
- Provides social work case management to students and families within the context of cultural understanding and competence.
- Consults with parents and other stakeholders to increase access to appropriate resources and services available to minimize risk factors.
- Identifies and mobilizes a continuum of resources to meet the school community’s needs
- Serves as a liaison between home and school when considerable follow-up is necessary with community agencies.
- Makes home visits, in consultation with site administrators, to extend support to students and families
- Fosters and maintains positive work relations with community partners.
- Serves as liaison with such outside agencies as DCS and Maricopa County Juvenile Probation Department as it relates to mandatory reporting and ISD’s district truancy diversion program (C.U.T.S.)
- Maintains working knowledge of local, state, and federal laws pursuant to serving children experiencing homelessness and foster care placements to maximize educational rights.
- Conducts multi-tiered school needs assessment for individual students, groups of students, and school-wide support to improve the social, emotional, behavioral, and academic outcomes of students.
- Assists students directly toward adjustment to school including, but not limited to, small group counseling, one-to-one support, and classroom visits.
- Provides programs and direct services that foster social and emotional competence.
- Provides support when responding to self-harm, crisis and threat assessment procedures.
- Participates in monthly School Safety Assessment Prevention Team meetings and other team meetings or committees.
- Adheres to the NASW Code of Ethics and SSWAA ethical guidelines
- Advocates for policies, programs, and services that respect diversity, address individual needs, and support the inherent dignity and worth of all students, families, and school personnel
- Other duties as assigned.
SALARY: Certified Salary Schedule
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: 9 mos.
CLOSING DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Dependent Upon Grant Funding