Recruitment #22-126-3875Date Opened 6/14/2022 08:00:00 AM Closing Date 6/28/2022 11:59:00 PM Salary Range $64,695.81-$113,217.66 Department FAMILY SERVICES Job Type Open and Competitive Full/Part-Time Full-Time
This position will oversee the day-to-day supervision of the Prevention Specialist and Youth and Family Support Services Specialist positions and leads the coordination of Intake Services for the Family Engagement and Preservation Services (FEPS) Unit with support from the Program Assistant for all clients/participants in the Family Support Services and Youth and Family Support Services. This position will manage the Client Emergency Needs funding requests from Unit Family Support Specialists (FSS) - (PSSF and Community Funds).
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Hiring salary is commensurate with experienceJob Requirements
Pass pre-employment background checks including criminal, credit, DMV, and CPS checks. Valid driver's license (driving records may be reviewed annually for continued qualification). Hold or obtain additional certifications preferred by the Department.Conclusion
Loudoun County Regular Full-time Employees are eligible for full benefits including but not limited to the following as a part of a total rewards package!
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