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Posted:
9/12/2019
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Community Partnership for Children | Daytona Beach, Florida
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Job Description

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN

JOB DESCRIPTION

POSITION TITLE: Case Manager Intern

As a case manager intern you will be and remain under the constant supervision of a certified Community Partnership for Children case manager at all times.

POSITION OBJECTIVE:

To learn what it means to design implement and manage a quality child protection system to include the following: building a rapport with a family, complete a family assessment, write a case plan and judicial review report, attend court hearings, conduct home visits, supervise a visit between a child and his/her parents and other tasks and job duties of a case manager.

As a case manager intern you will have the opportunity to accompany a certified case manager on the above tasks and assignments to accomplish and fulfill your internship hours while experiencing the job duties of a certified Community Partnership for Children case manager.

About Community Partnership for Children

Community Partnership for Children is an organization called upon to help children who have been abused or neglected, by finding them short-term housing, assessing their individual situation, assigning them a Case Manager, creating a Case Plan, and transitioning them into safe, long-term care -- whether it be with their immediate family, loving relatives, a guardian, licensed foster care, or an independent living facility. Because every child deserves a loving home, Community Partnership for Children coordinates preventative and early intervention services that enable children to remain with their families. When a child must be removed from the family, we strive to maintain them in the least restrictive environment available, usually with a relative or in a foster home, until the child can be reunited with their family. Community Partnership for Children promotes sibling unification which enables brothers and sisters to share their lives together while in foster care. Community Partnership for Children is committed to ensuring a full spectrum of networked programs is available to children and families to enable them to receive individualized services for their unique situation. To accomplish this, we work with public and private agencies, the courts, policymakers, and community members to develop and maintain resources that will support children and families. Through the efforts and involvement of the community, we are able to keep children safe and build strong families.

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