Pacific Northwest

Corporate and Development

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Fostering Together

Native American Community Outreach (Region 3, Pierce to Clark to Clallam counties)

PT/10 hrs. Provide outreach for foster parent recruitment, retention services, and support strategies for Native American foster families. Assist Fostering Together with the establishment of positive relationships with tribes, tribal leaders, and community stakeholders, and ensure that all media and marketing materials are culturally sensitive. Consult with the Fostering Together staff on culturally appropriate best practices. Requires three years of experience working with tribal governments, or must be a tribal member. May require some evenings and weekends, and the ability to drive to communities within the specified regions. (posted 12/9/16)

Foster Parent Recruiter/Liaison (West King County)

PT/25 hrs. Responsibilities include leading foster parent support groups in assigned counties and acting as recruiter/liaison between current and potential foster parents and the state of Washington. Recruiter must be a current or previous foster parent and have the ability to work from home, using personal computer and cell phone. Must have the ability to drive to communities in specified regions and may require some evenings and weekends. Expertise in Tribal and Hispanic cultures is also needed. (posted 3/6/17)

Foster and Adoptions

Program & Community Involvement Coordinator (Bellevue)

FT/40hrs. Provide administrative support and assistance to the Program Director, Program team and coordinate Community Involvement related activities, drives, and volunteers. Must have at least two years general administrative duties and be proficient in Microsoft Office. (posted 4/3/2017)

Visitation Monitors (Silverdale)

PT/20 hrs. Provide support services to foster families, transport clients to and monitor visitations. Visitation Monitors provide an average of 1-2 visits per day based on need and acuity. Other duties include but are not limited to:  independent living skills and social skills development, support to foster parents, assistance in linking or maintaining youths to community services such as educational or occupational commitments or activities, and one-on-one supervision of foster youth if deemed necessary. Prepare written clinical reports in a timely manner and participate in weekly trainings. Must have flexible work hours, including some evenings and weekends. BA in Human Services or related field and six months of experience working with children and families, or AA degree in with one year experience, or high school completion with two years experience required. (posted 1/30/17)

ILS Case Manager (Silverdale)

FT/40 hrs. Provide case management services to 25-30 youth. Provide foster youth preparing to age out of foster care transitional support services, including but not limited to housing, education, employment, basic life skills and permanency. Case managers will be responsible for initial intake through exit processes with youth and will serve eligible youth ages 15-21 years old. ILS case managers work with the youth to equip them with the skills to successfully transition to independence. Must have BA or MA in Social Services or related field. Must have previous experience working with at-risk children and families.  Previous case management and child welfare experience preferred. (posted 3/6/17)

Licensing Coordinator (Bellevue)

FT/32-40 hrs. Provide oversight of licensing of qualified foster homes in geographic area. Ensure compliance with Division of Licensed Resources (DLR) requirements, investigation of licensing complaints, recruitment and retention of foster homes. Responsible for implementing the directives of the Program Director and Licensing Supervisor in the area of overseeing the licensing process, re-licensing foster homes, and retaining current foster homes and providing quality customer service. Must have a BA in Social Services or a related field and have knowledge of or previous experience with foster care licensing. Must be able to drive to homes within the assigned geographical area and be willing to work evenings and weekends. (posted 3/17/17)

Visitation Monitor (Bellevue)

PT/20 hrs. Provide support services to foster families.  Average caseloads range from 5-15 youth based on need and acuity.  Duties include but are not limited to, transporting clients to and monitor visitations, independent living skills and social skills development, support to foster parents, assistance in linking or maintaining youths to community services such as educational or occupational commitments or activities, and one-on-one supervision of foster youth if deemed necessary. Prepare written clinical reports in a timely manner and participate in weekly trainings. Must have flexible work hours, including some evenings and weekends. Qualified candidates must have either a BA in Human Services or related field and six months of experience working with children and families, an AA degree in Human Services or related field with one year experience, or high school completion with two years’ experience. (posted 4/7/17)

Visitation Monitor (Tacoma)

FT/30-40 hrs. Provide support services to foster families, transport clients to and monitor visitations. Provide an average of 3 visits per day based on need and acuity. Other duties include but are not limited to, independent living skills and social skills development, support to foster parents, assistance in linking or maintaining youths to community services such as educational or occupational commitments or activities, and one-on-one supervision of foster youth if deemed necessary. Prepare written clinical reports in a timely manner and participate in weekly trainings. Must have flexible work hours, including some evenings and weekends. Must have either a BA in Human Services or related field and six months of experience working with children and families, or an AA degree in Human Services or related field with one year experience, or high school completion with two years experience. (posted 4/21/17)

Bilingual Visitation Monitor (Tacoma)

FT/30-40 hrs. Provide support services to foster families, transport clients to and monitor visitations. Visitation Monitors provide an average of 3 visits per day based on need and acuity.  Other duties include but are not limited to, independent living skills and social skills development, support to foster parents, assistance in linking or maintaining youths to community services such as educational or occupational commitments or activities, and one-on-one supervision of foster youth if deemed necessary. Prepare written clinical reports in a timely manner and participate in weekly trainings. Must have flexible work hours, including some evenings and weekends. Must have either a BA in Human Services or related field and six months of experience working with children and families, or an AA degree in Human Services or related field with one year experience, or high school completion with two years experience. Must be bilingual English/Spanish. (4/21/17)

Safe Families for Children

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