An Advocate Supervisor is responsible for developing Volunteer Advocates by providing pertinent information, education, oversight, training and strong support to the Volunteer Advocate. This position oversees and participates with Volunteer advocates as they carry out their fact finding and other advocacy services to the children we serve. Assesses and advocates for the needs of youth preparing to transition from foster care.
In this role the responsibilities are to consistently communicate with volunteers, provide training and supervision, along with evaluations. Plus ensuring volunteers meet agency requirements. Supervising the work of the volunteers by accompanying them to various meetings and court hearings along with recording case progress. Working with volunteers in developing strategies to work within the judicial and child welfare systems plus remain in compliance with standards and regulations of National and Texas CASA.
Qualifications include: Bachelor's degree in social work, social welfare, two plus years of experience working in a private or public agency in the field of human services providing services to children and their families, computer literate and proficient in a wide variety of applications, team player, flexible and able to meet deadlines and work with multiple cases, culturally sensitive with the ability to build rapport with a diverse population in multicultural settings.
Please apply with resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.