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Certified Advanced Children, Youth, and Family Social Worker~(C-ACYFSW), Certified Advanced Social Work Case Manager~(C-ASWCM), Certified Children, Youth, and Family Social Worker~(C-CYFSW)
Pre-k - 12 School
Mental Health/Social Services
4 Year Degree
CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES MANAGER
The Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians is accepting applications for the position of Child and Family Services Manager.
Provides leadership and direction for the coordinated management system of the Child and Family Services Department. The Child and Family Services Manager is responsible for all administrative functions associated with the overall operations of the Pechanga Child and Family Services (PCFS) Department. Furthermore, manager responsibilities extend to the operations of the PCFS’ Office and the overall financial management of PCFS. These duties are performed under the direct supervision of the Tribal Council.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Develops, implements, and maintains guidelines and procedures for department operations.
Establishes and formulates goals and objectives for the department and for each function within the department.
Develops and implements long and short-term plans for PCFS, including planning for available services, staffing needs and budgets.
Provides direction to subordinate management and staff in matters related to department operations.
Coordinates, assigns, and delegates the activities and functions to the appropriate staff member(s).
Communicates and reports relevant department operational information and activities to the Tribal Council on a regular basis.
Provides direction to subordinates in determining eligibility requirements for applicants.
Must be knowledgeable of the other services such as Tribal programs and other community resources which the applicant may be encouraged to utilize to resolve particular problems. Responsible for recognizing expressed or implied needs other than the request for financial assistance to determine whether the there is need for additional assistance and for making appropriate referrals.
Seek other sources of funding (i.e. grants) that may be beneficial to the program.
Assures that all information remains confidential within the department.
Coordinates multiple funding sources and answers any and all challenges from the funding source and within the time scale promulgated.
Promotes self-sufficiency for individuals, families, and the tribal community.
Responsible for the preparation of the court records and appropriate documentation required for case management.
Must be able to interpret and implement applicable Tribal, State, and Federal statutes, rules, ordinances, codes, administrative orders, policies and procedures.
Skilled in assessing, analyzing, identifying, preparing, presenting and implementing solutions to complex problems.
Skilled in establishing and maintaining effective working relations with co-workers, staff, community members, vendors, contractors, general public and others having business with PCFS.
Must adhere to all policies and procedures of the Pechanga Tribal Government.
The duties and responsibilities listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.
QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Must have a minimum of Bachelor’s degree in the Human Services field such as: Social Work, Sociology, or Psychology.
A minimum of five (5) years of work experience in Family Court proceedings and social services staff supervision.
License in Social Work (LBSW, LMSW), Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC), Marriage and Family Counselor (LMFT) and/or licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) preferred.
Knowledge of social and health services and community resources.
Excellent communication skills required.
This position is subject to the Pechanga Tribal Government’s Drug-Free Workplace Policy. This includes: pre-employment testing, post-accident or injury, and random testing.
Must successfully pass a pre-employment background investigation.
The Pechanga Tribal Government will at all times and for all positions give hiring, transfer and promotion preference to qualified applicants in the following order: 1) Pechanga Band of Luiseño Mission Indians Members; 2) Pechanga Band of Luiseño Mission Indian Member Spouses; 3) Other American Indians; and 4) all others.
Additional Salary Information: We provide a comprehensive salary including excellent benefits