Civil Service Posting #13-42
November 7, 2012
COMMUNITY WORKER (2 positions)-HEAD START (E. ST. LOUIS)
Description: This position has an assigned caseload in a designated center. Under supervision, this position is responsible for providing direct services to families based on problem identification; carries out recruitment and enrollment activities throughout the year; provides case management; makes home visits; keeps current and accurate records; assists families to identify needs and set goals; makes referrals; follow- ups; promotes parent involvement; obtains documents/ health requirements; obtains informed consent for services; schedules 10 weekly contacts with parents. The Community Worker should have knowledge of the community and the ability to communicate positively with families, children and other staff.
1. One year of experience (paid or unpaid) in work related to the job to be performed
1. Associate's degree in social work or human services.
Starting salary: $1,819 per month
(NOTE: Some positions may be represented by a union and may require union dues.)
Application deadline: Review of applications to begin November 21, 2012; thereafter the 30th of each month until positions are filled.
Qualified applicants must submit a Civil Service application http://www.siue.edu/humanresources/forms/pdf/APPLICATION_FOR_CIVIL_SERVICE_EMPLOYMENT.doc (required), resume and unofficial transcripts (if applicable) to:
SIUE - Head Start /Early Head Start Program
Bldg. C, Suite 103
601 James R. Thompson Blvd.
East St. Louis, IL 62201
Or submit applications electronically to: email@example.com
For more information please call the Office of Human Resources at 618-650-2190.
Applicants will be subject to a background check prior to an offer of employment.
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