CUA Case Manager Supervisor


The CUA case manager supervisor manages the activities of, and gives consultation and direction to the case managers engaged in performing a variety of counseling, referral, placement and /or adoptive functions related to services to children and youth in the CUA. The supervisor has controlling responsibility for the operation of a CUA case management unit and insures that the unit conforms to standards, regulation and laws of the CUA, TCP, and city, state and federal agencies. Work includes assigning cases, reviewing case activities, determining training and developmental needs, training employees, reviewing worker performances, and initiating corrective action when necessary. The supervisor will also have contact with individuals, their families, representatives of private and public welfare agencies, representatives of professional and community groups, and the general public as well as supervision of case managers, case aides and other subordinate staff are of major significance to the work. Will work on-call status according to program needs. Regular travel



The CUA case manager supervisor must have a Master’s degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university. 



 Minimum of three (3) years of social work supervising experience, preferably in the field of child welfare. Will also have three (3) years of direct social work experience, one of which has been at the full performance level in child welfare or any equivalent combination of education and experience determined to be in accordance with DHS requirements. 

Interested candidates should send an internal application to: EOE.