Community Based Services Manager

University of Kentucky - Owensboro, Kentucky
September 9, 2020
Job Title
Community Based Services Manager
Requisition Number
Working Title
Field Supervisor
Department Name
Work Location
Owensboro, KY
Grade Level
Salary Range
Type of Position
Position Time Status
Required Education
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Required Related Experience
3 yrs
Required License/Registration/Certification
Physical Requirements
Sitting for periods of time.
Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (40 hrs/wk)
Job Summary
The UK Targeted Assessment Program ( TAP ) is an innovative program designed to identify and address barriers to self-sufficiency and safety among Department for Community Based Services ( DCBS ) clients. It is supported with Temporary Assistance to Needy Families ( TANF ) funds.
The Community Based Services Manager/ TAP Field Supervisor will be a UK employee co-housed the Two Rivers DCBS Service Region, with program coordination, staff supervision, and direct service functions. Duties include: outreach; screening/assessment; referral; pre-treatment; intensive case management; follow-up services; case consultation; collaboration; documentation; reporting; and other duties as assigned.
This position ensures the provision of high quality TAP services through individual and group supervision with assigned Targeted Assessment Specialist staff and ensures effective program implementation and collaboration with DCBS and other community partners in assigned counties.
Skills / Knowledge / Abilities
Engagement, assessment & intervention; word processing & other basic computer skills; organization and planning; written & verbal communication
Does this position have supervisory responsibilities?
Preferred Education/Experience
Master’s degree in social work, counseling, or other human service field. Engagement, assessment, and case management skills
Deadline to Apply
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