Top Director Of Child Welfare Services Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Director Of Child Welfare Services. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Director Of Child Welfare Services resumes they appeared on. For example, 8.8% of Director Of Child Welfare Services resumes contained Service Delivery as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Director Of Child Welfare Services actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Director Of Child Welfare Services resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Service Delivery

high Demand
Here's how Service Delivery is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Advance the competencies of staff in assessments, diagnosis, treatment planning, and service delivery.
  • Worked with psychologists to ensure service delivery within the Wrap=around program.
  • Identify and address quality issues in service delivery.
  • Assisted the Assistant Executive Director in the administration of other department planning, developing, implementing and evaluating service delivery systems.
  • Audited and analyzed statistical data to identify trends of service delivery to determine benefits and deficits of current models.
  • Developed and monitored budgets to cut costs and improve service delivery throughout Residential Programs.

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2. Clinical Supervision

high Demand
Here's how Clinical Supervision is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Provide clinical supervision to mental health staff to include individual and group supervision; conduct weekly consultation meetings.
  • Provided clinical supervision for the programs' staff and direct contact as needed.
  • Provided all clinical supervision for staff.
  • Provide Clinical Supervision for 12 Behavioral/Educational Paraprofessionals.
  • Provided clinical supervision to two gender specific residential facilities, as well as out-patient counseling staff.
  • Provide administrative and clinical supervision to Program Directors, and supervising administrative staff.

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3. Mental Health Services

high Demand
Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Coordinated mental health services, including chemical dependency, sexual offender, supportive living unit and general psychological services.
  • Established and supervised chemical dependency and mental health services at six correctional facilities.
  • Provided clinical directions and collaborative mental health services for children and adults.
  • Collaborated with several surrounding counties in providing mental health services.
  • Created and managed Epilepsy and Mental Health Services, an assisted living and skills training program for adults with disabilities.
  • Guide nursing and clinical support staff in the provision and integration of medical, dental and mental health services.

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4. Patient Care

high Demand
Here's how Patient Care is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Reported to the Senior Vice President of Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Officer.
  • Developed and initiated nursing standards of care to enhance optimum patient care.
  • Facilitated multidisciplinary team in designing and implementing a comprehensive fall prevention program to decrease falls and increase quality of patient care.
  • Participated in the design, development and implementation of a wireless robotic system that delivers supplies/equipment to patient care areas.
  • Coordinate activities within the nursing unit with other patient care services including rehabilitation services.
  • Applied critical thinking skills within interdisciplinary team in making decisions regarding patient care.

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5. FTE

high Demand
Here's how FTE is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Promoted from HBTS Clinician six months after hire
  • Developed onsite aftercare program with grant from American Express Inc.
  • Selected and implemented satellite data communication system that enabled day-after reporting on sales performance from over 1,000 stores.
  • Spearhead cross-functional initiative to achieve consistency after merging three affiliates consolidating into one facility.
  • Direct management responsibility for nine managers (total organization 120 FTE's) including European subsidiary.
  • Drafted business associate agreements, contracts, and confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements.

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6. Nicu

high Demand
Here's how Nicu is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Managed the successful implementation of electronic documentation in postpartum/newborn nursery and NICU.
  • Nurse project manager for a construction project, building a new obstetrical and NICU unit with 12 LDRP rooms in 1986.
  • Directed operations for labor, delivery, postpartum, nursery, Level II NICU and OR with 48 direct reports.
  • Restructured to acuity-based staffing in the NICU, resulting in $225,000 cost savings and improved patient care model.
  • Developed policies and procedures to support new 6 bed NICU and process changes throughout the Nursery and PEDS.
  • Managed the transition from paper to electronic charting in the obstetric, NICU and Pediatric units.
  • Level III NICU, trauma I facility with 2500+ births annually.
  • Initiated weekly discharge planning meetings to ensure LOS metric met in NICU and High Risk Antepartum.
  • Managed 16 LDRPs with 2 ORs, 20 bed Level III NICU and 15 beds for Peds and Gyn.

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7. Curriculum Development

high Demand
Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Led curriculum development and Board of Nursing approval for the state's first online AD program.

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8. OB

high Demand
Here's how OB is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Provided record review and expert testimony for multiple cases involving obstetrical, neonatal litigation of nursing liability.
  • Evaluate the needs of staff giving them all the tools and resources needed to perform their jobs and task with excellence.
  • Audit and review charts in accordance with stated objectives, DMH and other guidelines set forth by funding and regulatory agencies.
  • Conducted program site visits, observed program staff and program content to insure adherence to agency's mission.
  • Re-structured the employee evaluation process, re-wrote job descriptions and evaluated exempt/non-exempt status for 200 program employees.
  • Led the physician and staff education for and implementation of OB TraceVue Electronic Health Record.
  • Educate and expand staff s knowledge of legal obligations and ethical responsibilities.
  • Observe, conduct needs assessment, and train teachers.
  • Team member of the OB Performance Improvement Committee.

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9. Annual Births

high Demand
Here's how Annual Births is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Performed 4,000 annual births with Mother/Baby Productivity Index maintained at 95% over 6 month period.

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10. Community Resources

high Demand
Here's how Community Resources is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Compile community resources and provide referrals for clients and their families.
  • Conducted psycho-social assessments as well as suicidal/homicidal assessments when necessary; further linked youth to additional community resources needed.
  • Mobilized community resources and organized participation of community for support.
  • Worked one-on-one to evaluate circumstances and facilitate direct linkages to community resources.
  • Provided community resources to counseling staff.
  • Research and utilize community resources.

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11. Oversaw

high Demand
Here's how Oversaw is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Recruited and collaborated and oversaw the performance of six Doctoral level clinical psychologists.
  • Negotiated a $3.5 million contract for technology services, oversaw successful vendor transition.
  • Established and oversaw the activities of a Student Counseling Center serving a campus of approximately 2,000 undergraduate students.

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12. Service Line

high Demand
Here's how Service Line is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Project manager and clinical nursing lead for opening new Pediatric Intensive Care Service Line in Jan. 2013.
  • Participated in several JCAHO survey, with Service Line noted for several best practices.
  • Provided strategic planning, marketing, plans for growth and evaluation of service line.
  • Team Leader for multidisciplinary OB Service Line and Performance Improvement Committees.
  • Implemented and participated in multiple marketing events for service line.
  • Tripled the service line in four months.
  • Changed the departments to a service line.
  • Prepared service line for Joint Commission.
  • Service Line Manager Nurse Manager, Mother/Baby Unit

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13. Child Care

average Demand
Here's how Child Care is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Comply with state licensing Child Care regulations including completing appropriate paperwork.
  • Manage 14 child care centers Hire and train three full time child care coordinators Grant writing Teacher training Writing of Personnel Policies
  • Administered the HS/EHS program and the Child Care subsidy program including coordination of these programs with other services within CCA.

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14. III

average Demand
Here's how III is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Managed 200+ FTE's and $8M+ salary budget in a Level III facility with 5000+ births annually.

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15. Process Improvement

average Demand
Here's how Process Improvement is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Plan and implement process improvement and measurements of outcomes to reach the goal of exceeding customer expectations.
  • Served as Quality Management System representative, conducted regular internal audits to ensure regulatory compliance in process management and process improvement.
  • Developed process improvement and cost containment plans, oversaw performance, created schedules and resolved issues using data-driven management reports.
  • Serve on committees both inner agency and outside of agency dedicated to process improvement and community development.
  • Evaluated utilization of products and developed plans for process improvement and/or contract compliance.
  • Conducted regular status and process improvement meetings with client operational staff and leadership.

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16. Program Development

average Demand
Here's how Program Development is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Explored program development and expansion in Howard and surrounding counties.
  • Program development and evaluation for 5 programs for the mental health wellbeing of your and families.
  • Established robust employee and patient wellness programs by recruiting and hiring wellness/nutrition educator to partner with Human Resources in program development.
  • Define program development and growth utilizing financial analysis data including internal and external communication and marketing opportunities.
  • Direct program development and complete fiduciary responsibilities for inpatient and outpatient programs to maintain quality and consistency among programs.
  • Provided support and program development as well as budgetary monitoring and regulatory compliance and reporting.

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17. Domestic Violence

average Demand
Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Increase the Public's awareness and knowledge of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence and identify resources for the family.
  • Represent agency within domestic violence and sexual assault community and help facilitate a coordinated community response to violence against women.
  • Supervised staff in domestic violence outreach and educational activities in the community and domestic violence training to community-based agencies.
  • Served on statewide committees and advisory boards to improve multidisciplinary responses to domestic violence.
  • Worked with the domestic violence family advocacy programs and alternative teen pregnancy programs.
  • Facilitate an 8-week domestic violence support group curriculum for Suffolk House of Corrections

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18. Teen

average Demand
Here's how Teen is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Ensured Teen Parents received assistance needed to become self-sufficient adults.
  • Developed curriculum for the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program.
  • Coordinated all services for summer camp, after-school, childcare and Teen Pregnancy program.
  • Developed and implemented state-of-the-art clinical program for children exposed to domestic violence and teen dating violence.

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19. Staff Members

average Demand
Here's how Staff Members is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Utilize Maternal Interactive Parental University and Advanced Learning Center to assign education to staff members and monitor their compliance.
  • Prepare yearly evaluations for staff members in all four (4) units.
  • Direct over of 94 in-patient beds and 125 FTEs/170 staff members.
  • Supervised 120 volunteers and staff members in providing training and services to individuals and organizations within service delivery area.
  • Worked with staff members to identify inefficiencies and make recommendations for process improvements throughout two departments and two warehouses.
  • Trained, Supervised and scheduled 25-30 staff members at 5 Residential Locations for individuals with developmental disabilities.

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20. Clinical Staff

average Demand
Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Supervised and conducted evaluation of program and clinical staff.
  • Directed clinical oversight of senior clinical staff.
  • Developed monthly schedules for all clinical staff.
  • Collaborate with clinical staff, social workers, and community agency directors to develop evidence-based interventions.
  • Provided clinical supervision to the clinical staff team including consulting clinicians.
  • Provide training to clinical staff and Specialized Therapeutic Foster parents.

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21. Trauma

average Demand
Here's how Trauma is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Focus on child development, addiction services, trauma focused CBT, systems integration, behavior issues.
  • Implemented evidence based trauma oriented prevention and treatment models.

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22. Direct Reports

average Demand
Here's how Direct Reports is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Direct Reports include 2 managers, 2 supervisors, 17 clinical supervisors, 4 lactation specialists and 2 clinical nurse specialists.
  • Total of 250 FTE with 7 direct reports (6Managers, 1 Administrative Assistant).
  • Direct reports include 4 managers, 1 supervisor, 18 and clinical supervisors.
  • Managed 215 total FTEs and a management team consisting of 9 direct reports.
  • Managed team of four direct reports to include Contracts and Facilities, in addition to Accounting and Finance functions.
  • Implemented a weekly Performance Development Plan for direct reports establishing goals and objectives and evaluated each person s performance.

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23. LDR

average Demand
Here's how LDR is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Directed multidisciplinary department providing educational and developmental services for children and families at a hospital serving a diverse population.
  • Offered leisure-based and goal-oriented activities focused on techniques that supported children's efforts to achieve clearly formulated goals.
  • Helped establish and administered Wrap -Around/Provider 50 community based services to children and adolescents.
  • Licensed clinical psychotherapist providing individual and group therapy to both adults and children.
  • Provided community-based services for children and adults in residential treatment and the community.
  • Developed collaborative and innovative summer programs for children with behavioral health needs.
  • Developed therapeutic summer program for special needs children.
  • Coordinated annual Halloween Trick-or-Treat program for hospitalized children.
  • Provided care/instructions for children during parent's therapy.
  • Streamlined and maintained weekly recreational activities for children
  • Facilitated supervision of children services staff.
  • Construct Life Books for foster children for the purpose of recording information regarding their lives with their biological and foster parents.
  • Directed daily activities of an intake and assessment team consisting of 33 staff that assessed children at risk of state custody.
  • Define and motive child development programs teams to perform to specific guidelines to ensure child safety and improve outcomes for children.
  • Developed a Therapeutic Foster Care program to provide therapy to children who had been placed in foster care.
  • Served as liaison to the West Haven school system and coordinated after-school services for children in the district.
  • Developed the physician floating relationship to our PICU with Phoenix Children's Hospital for training and 24/7 coverage.
  • Developed a site based tutoring program to address the academic needs of the children in the shelter system.
  • Developed and hired therapists for Agape Kids, the agency s program which provided services to children.
  • Conducted intakes of children who are homeless and entering the emergency shelter or the Transitional housing program.

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24. Annual Budget

average Demand
Here's how Annual Budget is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Completed all annual budgets and financial reports for department
  • Formulate annual budgets for nursery through elementary level age groups, in collaboration with other Children s ministries.
  • Ensured the division operates efficiently and effectively within its prescribed annual budget or targeted expenditures levels approved by the facility director.
  • Assist in developing and managing annual budgets and perform periodic cost and productivity analyses for Residential Services.
  • Prepared annual budget in conjunction with General Manager and assisted in establishing goals and objectives for operation.
  • Developed and rolled out annual budget allocation of resources in accordance with budgetary limitations.

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25. Social Workers

average Demand
Here's how Social Workers is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Supervised 15 full and part-time social workers who conducted parenting classes, performed home studies, and provided post-placement supervisory services.
  • Provided direct supervision for social workers, counselors and youth workers.
  • Supervised licensed psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, psychiatrists, nurses, administrative assistants and psychological consultants.
  • Managed social workers and psychologists; treated patients with behavioral health and community rehabilitation needs.
  • Coordinate care level with psychiatrist, social workers and family support service for residents with mental health diagnosis.
  • Supervised Social Workers, Addiction Counselors, Nurses, and support staff.

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26. Special Needs

low Demand
Here's how Special Needs is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Supervised and trained special needs providers and tracked training requirements for the state of Indiana.

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27. State Regulations

low Demand
Here's how State Regulations is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Follow and understand state regulations and guidelines for safety and cleanliness.
  • Completed all incident investigations and reports findings according to state regulations and company policies.
  • Developed instructional materials and conduct in-services as required by state regulations
  • Conduct electronic and paper chart reviews and audits to ensure state regulations are adhered to and make necessary adjustments when indicated.
  • Serve on the management team as an expert on resident physical/ psychological health issues and state regulations.
  • Follow up on all third party providers and ensure documentation was appropriate for state regulations.

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28. Partum

low Demand
Here's how Partum is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Hired for L&D, post partum, pediatrics and the Family Birthing Center.

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29. Daily Operations

low Demand
Here's how Daily Operations is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Managed the daily operations of services provided to children exposed to domestic violence, including supervising a staff of twenty professionals.
  • Streamlined daily operations and worked cohesively with hospital administration to develop programs to assist the needs of the local community.
  • Oversee daily operations of residential services, provides direction and leadership oversight for Managers at residential facilities.
  • Coordinated hospice efforts, provided family support and education, and oversaw all daily operations.
  • Provided Systems and Technology analysis (and implementation) to enhance daily operations within Revenue Operations.
  • Monitor daily operations of facility via on-site supervision and delegation of duties to facility staff.

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30. Medical Staff

low Demand
Here's how Medical Staff is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Collaborated with Medical Staff in Neonatal and Pediatric Multidisciplinary Team.
  • Included in-servicing medical staff and developing reports to meet physician needs.
  • Communicated with insurance agencies and medical staff regarding results if medical necessity criteria were not met.
  • Maintain communication between medical staff and department heads by attending meetings and coordinating interdepartmental functioning.
  • Recruited physicians in targeted specialty area, coordinated medical staff participation in new hospital ventures.
  • Enhanced clinic-based services by restructuring and increasing available medical staff.

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31. Dollar Budget

low Demand
Here's how Dollar Budget is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Managed a $3 million dollar budget.
  • Developed and administered a multi-million dollar budget.

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32. Ensure Compliance

low Demand
Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Collaborate with Missouri Department of Mental Health to ensure compliance of standard of care.
  • Worked collaboratively with team members to ensure compliance with all internal and external standards and applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Worked collaboratively with Quality Assurance department to ensure compliance, including internal audits and internal events.
  • Performed community audits to ensure compliance.
  • Completed required admission paperwork to ensure compliance.
  • Improved the case management clinical documentation system to ensure compliance with the Joint Commission and CMS.

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33. Staff Training

low Demand
Here's how Staff Training is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Cost containment and budget controls Human resources management, staff training and safety, and reduction in force.
  • Provided updated staff training ensuring achievement of fluid client requirements.
  • Develop and coordinate comprehensive staff training program for paraprofessional staff.
  • Coordinated service delivery and met all staff training and licensing requirements.
  • Aided in developing staff training curriculum.
  • Developed and facilitated all staff training for organization.

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34. Community Outreach

low Demand
Here's how Community Outreach is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Work closely with the Vice President of Ambulatory Services to increase and improve outpatient visits and inpatient services through community outreach.
  • Helped to propel community outreach program to psychoeducate about pediatric bipolar disorder and differentiation from ADHD
  • Supervised housing placement, transitional case management services, community outreach, HIV testing/counseling and discharge planning in city/state correctional facilities.
  • Directed all consumer health and education programs, advocacy initiatives and community outreach.
  • Oversee recruitment activities, community outreach and engagement of Program Department.
  • Managed coalition involvement and community outreach in East Tennessee.

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35. Customer Service

low Demand
Here's how Customer Service is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Insure quality assurance in customer services by utilizing a Best Practice model for Supervising Case Managers and Community Outreach Workers.
  • Established and coordinated monthly Application Support Services breakfast to focus on customer service and recognize outstanding performance by individuals.
  • Provision of superior customer service has been documented by evaluation feedback and individual letters of commendation.
  • Hire outside marketing consultants that analyze efficiency of operations and implement optimal customer service training.
  • Centralized the process improving customer service and reducing the number of uninsured and inappropriate admissions.
  • Enhanced customer service protocols, interdepartmental communications, and Litigation Technology integration with IT and Network services.

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36. Adolescent Services

low Demand
Here's how Adolescent Services is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Developed a client centered system for all child and adolescent services.

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37. Treatment Plans

low Demand
Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Reviewed all treatment plans, case documentation, case management and home studies for compliance with state and agency regulations.
  • Developed a system of staff communication that ensured proper implementation of treatment plans and comprehensive patient care.
  • Coordinate referral process and ensure that all documentation is completed and submitted including developing treatment plans.
  • Guarantee effective therapy service provision and appropriateness of client treatment plans by providing clinical supervision to therapists.
  • Developed a system of staff communication that ensured proper implementation of treatment plans and comprehensive patient care.
  • Developed comprehensive treatment plans that focused on accurate diagnosis and behavioral treatment of problems.

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38. Governance

low Demand
Here's how Governance is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Implemented a shared governance model on the Obstetric/NICU unit and helped spearhead the nursing department shared governance movement.

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39. Child Abuse

low Demand
Here's how Child Abuse is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Worked with families, county/state/federal agencies on suspected child abuse or neglect and communicate with appropriate authorities regarding circumstances.
  • Developed and implemented internal Child Abuse Prevention educational program.
  • Provided prevention services to those Indian families at risk of becoming involved in child abuse/neglect issues.
  • Provided direct services to Indian families involved in court related child abuse/neglect issues.
  • Initiated and developed Child Abuse Awareness and Domestic Violence programs.

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40. RN

low Demand
Here's how RN is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Transformed FSRP contract performance form poor to excellent which significantly increased earned contract incentive payments.
  • Provided Driver of Transportation physicals several mornings a week for our occupational medicine program.
  • Provided presentations internationally for college students, professionals and a diverse population of families.
  • Develop individualized and group learning activities to increase skill, coordination and sportsmanship.
  • Attend monthly governing board meetings to report/provide information on department activities.
  • Reduced staff turnover resulting in higher quality services.
  • Implemented new international child care caregiver training program.
  • Developed quality indicators for maternal child services.
  • Developed maternal child evidence-based journal binder for nurses
  • Implemented an evidence-base Maternal-Child education program.
  • Developed programming, policies and procedures, as well as streamlined staffing procedures and patterns within the residential treatment facility.
  • Worked closely with Family Medicine, Obstetrics and Maternal Fetal Medicine from the University of Oklahoma of Medicine.
  • Updated and improved all Maternal Child policies and protocols; improved productivity, morale, and patient satisfaction.
  • Organized community advocacy and outreach efforts to garner funding for mental health services in the District of Columbia.
  • Developed team work between all areas of Maternal Child Services including cross training of nursing staff.
  • Increased staff morale relating to internal issues and to work to increase a bridge with administration.
  • Worked with the Safe Kids Coalition of Georgia and Maternal Child and Family Coalition.
  • Act as liaison between Maternity Center and Pediatrics and other units in the hospital.
  • Returned to Community Medical center to assume the role of Vice President/Chief Nursing Officer
  • Program awarded by the Governor for successful collaboration with a child welfare agency.

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41. Monthly Reports

low Demand
Here's how Monthly Reports is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Follow guidelines for food purchased and served and submit monthly reports that are accurate and timely.
  • Presented monthly reports to agency Board of Directors and constituents.
  • Presented monthly reports to board of director and community members.
  • Coordinated and ensured the accurate and timely submission of monthly reports, billing, progress reports, and timesheets.
  • Review monthly reports and provide support and guidance to volunteers Walk MS Site Liaison.
  • Submitted monthly reports to board of directors.

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42. Crisis Intervention

low Demand
Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Provide counseling related services- individual, group, and family; crisis intervention counseling.
  • Provide short-term individual psychotherapy, crisis intervention, assessment, consultation and referral services for university students.
  • Administer intensive short-term crisis intervention program for families of children at imminent risk of out-of-home placement.
  • Provided direct clinical services including crisis intervention and management.
  • Provide direct crisis intervention as situations arise.
  • Provided crisis intervention with a focus on resolution.

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43. Peer Review

low Demand
Here's how Peer Review is used in Director Of Child Welfare Services jobs:
  • Developed Pediatric and Neonatal service committees utilized for peer review, quality improvement, and policy and procedure review.
  • Succeeded in reducing malpractice program and reinforcing peer review.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Director Of Child Welfare Services

Service Delivery11.8%
Clinical Supervision9.9%
Mental Health Services8.8%
Patient Care8.6%
FTE7.3%
Nicu7.1%
Curriculum Development4.9%
OB4.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Director Of Child Welfare Services

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Service Delivery
Service Delivery
8.8%
8.8%
2
2
Clinical Supervision
Clinical Supervision
7.4%
7.4%
3
3
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
6.6%
6.6%
4
4
Patient Care
Patient Care
6.4%
6.4%
5
5
FTE
FTE
5.5%
5.5%
6
6
Nicu
Nicu
5.3%
5.3%
7
7
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
3.7%
3.7%
8
8
OB
OB
3.1%
3.1%
9
9
Annual Births
Annual Births
3.1%
3.1%
10
10
Community Resources
Community Resources
3.1%
3.1%
11
11
Oversaw
Oversaw
2.9%
2.9%
12
12
Service Line
Service Line
2.6%
2.6%
13
13
Child Care
Child Care
2.6%
2.6%
14
14
III
III
2.4%
2.4%
15
15
Process Improvement
Process Improvement
2.4%
2.4%
16
16
Program Development
Program Development
2.3%
2.3%
17
17
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence
2.3%
2.3%
18
18
Teen
Teen
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Clinical Staff
Clinical Staff
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Trauma
Trauma
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Direct Reports
Direct Reports
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
LDR
LDR
1.4%
1.4%
24
24
Annual Budget
Annual Budget
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
Social Workers
Social Workers
1.3%
1.3%
26
26
Special Needs
Special Needs
1.3%
1.3%
27
27
State Regulations
State Regulations
1.3%
1.3%
28
28
Partum
Partum
1.3%
1.3%
29
29
Daily Operations
Daily Operations
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
1.1%
1.1%
31
31
Dollar Budget
Dollar Budget
1%
1%
32
32
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
1%
1%
33
33
Staff Training
Staff Training
1%
1%
34
34
Community Outreach
Community Outreach
1%
1%
35
35
Customer Service
Customer Service
1%
1%
36
36
Adolescent Services
Adolescent Services
1%
1%
37
37
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
1%
1%
38
38
Governance
Governance
1%
1%
39
39
Child Abuse
Child Abuse
1%
1%
40
40
RN
RN
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
Monthly Reports
Monthly Reports
0.8%
0.8%
42
42
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
0.8%
0.8%
43
43
Peer Review
Peer Review
0.8%
0.8%

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