CASA Supervisor (2 positions) - Court Appointed Special Advocates - Full-time
The CASA Supervisor supports and manages volunteer
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs). The supervisor works with trained advocates to insure that the children in the dependency case receive sound advocacy and early permanency planning, in accordance with the Oregon Statute and federal laws and the policies of CASA for Children.
Things You Will Get to Do:
● Support, manage and monitor advocacy efforts for 36-40 trained Court Appointed Special Advocates through consultation, problem solving, troubleshooting, feedback, guidance, evaluation, motivation, training, and preparation for court appearances. Ensure that CASA policy and practice standards are followed in each case.
● Edit court reports. Collaborate with your team of advocates on writing court recommendations for the children on your caseload.
● Proactively engage with CASA volunteers both in and out of the office to ensure a high-level of support and to enrich their volunteer experience
● Support CASA volunteers in being culturally responsive, understanding their biases and privilege, and being traumainformed
● Document CASA case activity and demographic information in agency database
● Represent the organization in the community child welfare and juvenile court system through participation in work groups, committees and public relations activities as assigned
● Participate in program implementation, evaluation and planning
● Participate in CASA team and staff meetings
● The opportunity to participate in pre-service screening and training as well as continuing education for CASA volunteers
● Attend training, social or development activities during evening or weekend hours up to twice a month
● Other duties as assigned by the Program Manager
For information on what experience, skills and experience you will need to be successful in your application, go HERE.