Social Worker II (Case Management)
Company: Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
Posted on: September 22, 2022
Salary: $53,393.00 - $72,083.00 Annually Closing: 9/15/2022
11:59 PM Arizona Definition Definition: Under general supervision
from the Social Services Manager, performs professional social
services casework and case management duties within the Social
Services Department. Ensures quality, effective and efficient
social services are provided to clients with a focus on case
management services. Performs on-call duties and makes direct
referrals to the appropriate Child Protective Services (CPS)
workers. Utilizes case management and CPS knowledge in performance
of the job class duties. This job class is treated as FLSA
Examples of Tasks Essential Functions: Essential functions may vary
among position and may include the following tasks, knowledge,
skills, abilities, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is
ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not intended to be a comprehensive listing
of tasks performed by all positions in this classification.
Distinguishing Features: The Social Worker II (Case Management) is
distinguished from the Social Worker I (Case Management) job class
by carrying a heavier caseload and a higher proportion of difficult
or complex cases. This job class "tailor" also focuses primarily on
case management along with direct referrals to the CPS workers. In
addition to case management, the Social Worker II (Case Management)
provides counseling and group services under MSW supervision but
does not perform initial or investigative CPS work.
1. Provides case management and follow up and support services to
individuals and their families.
- Refers clients to other resource agencies and programs such as,
but not limited to Behavioral Health, Magellen, Parenting program
and Health Services.
2. Makes home visits or visits to other settings to provide direct
casework and case management services to individual and families.
- Provides ongoing assessment of families and is responsible for
attending court hearings.
- Writes court reports that reflect the progress of the families
and ensures court orders are being followed.
3. Inputs data in the Management Accountability Information SystEm
(MAISE) and maintains accurate statistical data using the
computerized database for easy retrieval.
- Maintains current and comprehensive case files that include
assessments, case plans and other case file documentation.
4. Plans and schedules activities. Intervenes in crisis emergencies
including providing "on Call" crisis intervention assistance.
- Maintains regular scheduled office hours in order to be
available to clients and other Community members.
5. Participates in training opportunities that will enhance
knowledge of tribal case management, child abuse and neglect.
- Attends professional development meetings/training as directed
by immediate supervisor.
- Keeps professionally current with the field of social work.
6. Investigates referrals of child abuse and neglect.
- Works closely with law enforcement and court personnel to keep
them informed of familys progress and legal status.
- Conducts collaborative interviews and contacts all interested
parties to gather information.
7. Establishes behavioral based case plans to help families reunify
with their children by utilizing a strengthening family model to
assess on-going safety and risk.
8. Participates in weekly staff meetings and discusses issues or
cases that require additional input and planning.
- Provides alternative solutions to issues to ensure the greatest
benefit for the clients in accomplishing the program
9. Helps to maintain an environment within the Social Services
Department that encourages teamwork, interdependence and ethical
10. Performs other job-related duties as assigned to maintain and
enhance departmental and program operations.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Other Characteristics:
- Knowledge of the history, culture, laws, rules, customs, and
traditions of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
- Knowledge of case management techniques and practices as well
as crisis intervention methods.
- Knowledge of CPS policies, practices and procedures.
- Knowledge of Federal and State laws, rules, regulations and
standards that apply to public social service programs.
- Knowledge of social work principles and concepts.
- Knowledge of social work methods and techniques, including
group and individual counseling, crisis intervention and
- Skill interviewing and counseling individuals, families or
- Skill with case management including planning, scheduling and
- Skill recording and documenting case information and case file
- Skill establishing and maintaining effective working
relationships with other social work professionals, SRPMIC
co-workers, Community officials and clients.
- Skill evaluating customer needs and utilizing SRPMIC resources
or other appropriate referrals to meet client needs.
- Skill dealing with sensitive, personal issues and maintaining
appropriate professional, confidential relationships.
- Ability to make home visits and provide alternative solutions
in order to meet client needs.
- Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in
- Ability to establish and maintain accurate record-keeping
systems and procedures including computerized record-keeping.
- Ability to work under pressure with multiple task
- Ability to use standard office equipment including personal
computers, related software such as MS Office and other standard
office equipment such as facsimile, photocopier and
- Ability to work with a variety of staff members in a team
approach to service delivery.
- Ability to drive SRPMIC vehicles. Minimum Qualifications
- Education and Experience: A Bachelors degree in Social Work or
closely related area AND 3 years full time professional level work
experience in the social services field.
- One (1) year of supervised internship from an accredited
college/university can be counted toward the experience
- Equivalency: Any equivalent combination of experience and
education that will allow the applicant to satisfactorily perform
the duties of the job may be considered when filling the position.
Special Requirements Special Requirement: May be required to work
beyond normal work hours including nights, weekends and
- Due to the confidential and sensitive nature of this position,
successful completion of an extensive background investigation is
- Employees in, and applicants applying for, jobs providing
direct services to children are subject to the "Community Code of
Ordinances", Chapter 11, "Minors", Article X. "Investigation of
Persons Working With Children".
Prior to hire as an employee, applicants will be subject to drug
and alcohol testing. Will be required to pass a pre-employment
background/fingerprint check. Employees are subject to random drug
and alcohol testing.
"SRPMIC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer"
Preference will be given to a qualified Community Member, then a
qualified Native American and then other qualified candidate.
In order to obtain consideration for Community member/Native
American preference, applicant must submit a copy of Tribal
Enrollment card or CIB which indicates enrollment in a Federally
Recognized Native American Tribe by one of the following
1) attach to application
2) fax (480) 362-5860
3) mail or hand deliver to Human Resources.
Documentation must be received by position closing date.
The IHS/BIA Form-4432 is not accepted.
Your Tribal ID/CIB must be submitted to HR-Recruitment-Two
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