CASA of Shawnee County

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Child in Need of Care (CINC)

Email resume, cover letter, and 3 references to info@shawneecocasa.org

The Child in Need of Care (CINC) Supervisor position is part-time but can be updated to full-time, with the right candidate, supervising and/or supporting CASAs in CINC cases according to the policies of CASA of Shawnee County and the standards of the Kansas Supreme Court. The CINC Supervisor keeps documentation and data on each of his or her cases current; assist in the recruitment, screening, and training of volunteers; attends court hearings, trials, and staffing as needed; assists in implementing in-service training and volunteer recognition activities; maintains a professional image of CASA at all times; keeps up with current information pertaining to the child welfare system and supports the CASA organization in other activities in the community per the direction of the Executive Director. The hours are limited to 20-25 hours per week, flexible and based on the needs of the programs.

More Detailed Job Description Can be Found HERE

CINC Supervisor.pdf

 

 

CRB (Citizen Review Board) Coordinator

Email resume, cover letter, and 3 references to info@shawneecocasa.org

The CRB (Citizen Review Board) Coordinator is a part-time position with the primary duty of overseeing the CASA of Shawnee County’s Citizen Review Board (CRB) by providing supervision, support, and training to program volunteers. The position actively networks with court services personnel and others engaged in the work of Kansas’ Third Judicial Court District. The Coordinator schedules Board reviews for children, keeps engaged stakeholders informed, distributes legally required notifications ahead of upcoming hearings, provides timely documentation of Board findings, undertakes all of the necessary activities to ensure CASA’s CRB program functions according to OJA standards, and completes other duties as required.

In this role, the CRB Coordinator keeps documentation and data on all of the cases that the boards are presented with; assists in the recruitment, screening, and training of volunteers; attends court hearings, trials, and staffing as needed; assists in implementing in-service training and volunteer recognition activities; maintains a professional image of CASA at all times; keeps up with current information pertaining to the child welfare system and supports the CASA organization in other activities in the community per the direction of the Executive Director.

 

More Detailed Job Description Can be Found HERE

CRB Coordinator.pdf