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Coordinate transfers of clients between counties; inform clients of procedures.

Definition Under supervision, incumbents perform a variety of professional social work duties involving casework, case management, and continuing client investigation and processing for social work programs in various Human Services Agency programs.

Assist clients in resolving their problems that prevent or limit their ability to participate in public assistance programs provide transportation as required 31109 clients. Please note, additional qualifications i. Notify Me when a Job Opens for the above position s.

What are the eligibility requirements for an HSA?

Employees are required to complete all Disaster Service Worker-related training as assigned, and to return to work as ordered in the event of an emergency. Gather data, make recommendations, and prepare reports as required. Study and evaluate case records of recipients to determine conformance with established legal provisions, policies, procedures, interpretations, and instructions to determine further courses of action.

Compose and prepare correspondence and narratives; maintain case records, document case actions and complete required forms; process actions related to eligibility for social services and ancillary services. This class utilizes the deep class concept rligibility encompasses multiple levels of responsibility from entry through the fully-experienced journey level.

Learn departmental programs, policies and procedures; eligibjlity basic principles of case management;; effectively communicate with and elicit information from clients in difficult situations; prepare clear and concise reports; accurately gather, record and evaluate data necessary for the determination of eligibility for various services; operate eliyibility personal computer and other standard office machines; analyze and interpret information and recommend and implement corrective courses of action; communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work; exercise sound judgment in the performance of duties; consider personal and psychological factors in difficult situations; act effectively under stressful situations; interpret and apply Federal, State and local policies, procedures, laws and regulations; work independently with minimal supervision.


Thirty 30 semester or forty-five 45 quarter units equal one year. Present orientations for community agencies; establish and maintain contacts with local organizations, nonprofit agencies, business and other interested groups in promoting community resources program; initiate and mediate case conferences between workers and staff of service provider contractors.

Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university in social work, sociology, psychology, counseling, or other behavioral science. Perform related duties as required. Establish and maintain complete files; document case files as necessary; maintain narratives on assigned cases. Incumbents with little or no experience in the duties of the class perform beginning-level work and perform at increasingly higher levels of responsibility that require a commensurate higher degree of ability and initiative as experience is gained.

Assess, formulate and develop a service plan for client needs; develop goals and plan of action; provide case management activities including identifying and assessing client needs; coordinate and monitor services; prepare reports and reassessments; advise and counsel clients regarding family, economic, physical and emotional situations.

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We are currently accepting applications for this position. Refer clients to Adult Protective Services for conservatorship, placement or protection when necessary. The Human Services Agency Social Worker class is distinguished from the Social Worker and Senior Social Worker in that the provides social work services to clients applying for or receiving public assistance at various Human Services Agency locations. Interviewing and investigative techniques; office procedures, methods and computer operation; basic operations, services and activities of social services programs; pertinent Federal, State, and local laws, codes and regulations as related to assigned program responsibility; principles and procedures of record keeping and reporting; ; socioeconomic conditions and trends; principles and practices of case management; principles and practices of client relations and caseload management; methods and techniques of crisis intervention;; services provided by related agencies services.

Monitor, interact and supervise children during intake process; transport children to placements and other locations as necessary; complete placement assessments and assist with requests for emergency placements; investigate complaints regarding the safety of children in placement.

Make referrals of potential or suspected fraud cases. Schedule and interview applicants to determine new or continuing service needs; conduct in-home interviews as eligibiity investigate statements and information received from applicants through the use of telephone or written verifications; evaluate information to establish eligibility.

Refer applicants, clients and the general public to other agencies according to established policies; coordinate services with public and private agencies and community resources. Answer questions, provide information, and explain policies, 31099 and regulations of the agency to applicants, clients and the general public; assist clients in preparing forms and reports.