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Passion fueled by purpose.

That’s the common thread of those who work with our organization. If you’re ready to make a real difference that you just can’t get at most 8 to 5 jobs, view our job openings and tell us your interests and we’ll consider you for future opportunities.

Positions Available

  • Volunteer Supervisor & Trainer

    Job Description

    To provide abused and neglected children safe and permanent homes in which to thrive.

    Description:
    The Volunteer Supervisor & Trainer will provide professional staff support to the CASA Director and volunteers in the areas of recruitment, training, volunteer supervision, case management and general office duties or any duties assigned by the Director.

    Some evening hours will be required in order to provide support and training for CASA volunteers in training or for ongoing in-service training and supervision. This is a full-time position that may require working outside office hours and taking calls when necessary from the volunteers on the caseload.

    Responsibilities:
    - Complete CASA training and background screening.
    - Be knowledgeable of National and Local Program CASA Standards.
    - Recruit, screen, and train new volunteers advocates.
    - Review new cases and assign volunteers in consultation with the CASA Director.
    - Supervise volunteers; provide case management ensuring volunteers comply with National and Local Program CASA standards, policies and procedures.
    - Prepare and distribute assignment documentation.
    - Oversee updating and maintenance of case files in the office.
    - Attend court hearings as necessary.
    - Provide assistance and consultation for volunteers as necessary.
    - Assist CASA Director with compiling statistics.
    - Assist with in-service training.
    - Assist with fundraising events, volunteer recognition or other special events.
    - Assist with quarterly newsletters, annual appeal and other administrative duties as assigned
    - Provide office coverage as necessary.
    - Complete other office duties as assigned by the CASA Director.

    Minimum Qualifications:
    The Volunteer Supervisor & Trainer shall have the following education, skills and experience

    - A Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field such as Social Work, Education, Psychology, Counseling, and Criminal justice.
    - Experience working with children or in a child welfare setting is preferred.
    - The ability to communicate, train and support volunteers to be effective advocates.
    - The ability to work cooperatively with different types of personalities.
    - Knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics within families relating to child abuse and neglect.

    - Must pass required background checks
    - Public speaking experience is helpful
    - Commitment to CASAs mission and vision.

    Position pays between $28,000 - $32,000 based on experience.

  • Volunteer Supervisor

    Mission:
    To provide abused and neglected children safe and permanent homes in which to thrive.

    Description:
    The Volunteer Supervisor will provide professional staff support to the CASA Director and volunteers in the areas of recruitment, training, volunteer supervision, case management and general office duties.

    Some evening hours will be required in order to provide support and training for CASA volunteers in training or for ongoing in-service training and supervision. This is a full-time position that may require working outside of the office and taking calls when necessary from the volunteers on the caseload.

    The position will cover supervision of volunteers in Kenton, Campbell and Pendleton Counties and travel to all three counties is required. Time would be split between the Kenton office and the Pendleton office.

    Qualifications:
    The Volunteer Supervisor shall have the following education, skills and experience

    - A Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field such as Social Work, Education, Psychology, Counseling or criminal justice.
    - Experience working with children or in a child welfare setting is preferred.
    - The ability to communicate, train and support volunteers to be effective advocates.
    - The ability to work cooperatively with different types of personalities.
    - Knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics within families relating to child abuse and neglect.
    - Public speaking experience is helpful.
    - Commitment to CASA’s mission and vision.

    Responsibilities:
    - Complete CASA training and background screening
    - Be knowledgeable of National and Local Program CASA Standards.
    - Case data entry into Optima
    - Assist in recruiting, screening and training new volunteers.
    - Review new cases and assign volunteers in consultation with the CASA Director.
    - Supervise volunteers; provide case management ensuring volunteers comply with National and Local Program CASA standards, policies and procedures.
    - Prepare and distribute assignment documentation.
    - Oversee updating and maintenance of case files in the office.
    - Attend court hearings as necessary.
    - Provide assistance and consultation for volunteers as necessary.
    - Assist CASA Director with compiling statistics.
    - Assist with in-service training.
    - Assist with fundraising events, volunteer recognition or other special events.
    - Provide office coverage as necessary.
    - Administrative duties and other office duties as assigned by the CASA Director

    Salary:

    - Salary can range from $28,000 - $31,000 based on experience.

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