Supervisory-level employees accountable for the direct day-to-day social service activities for an assigned unit/area, including performing the work overseen and supervising professional and vocational staff. Employee supervision includes hire recommendations, training, planning and assigning work, performance assessment, coaching, and progressive discipline. At this level, employees interpret applicable state and federal laws and regulations that guide program policies and procedures.
In addition to those identified in the previous levels: Knowledge of the principles and techniques of supervision in the area of protective social service. Ability to develop unit and work flow management policies and procedures.
Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)