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Schools - Social Worker
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Social Worker- North of Phoenix, AZ area
We are looking for Licensed Social Worker (LMSC or LCSW) who works well independently and is strong in supporting others with resources available in the state of Arizona. Fingerprint Card and state license is necessary. Social Worker will also work closely with our Homeless Liaison and our Title I academic liaisons.
Half working with parents experiencing homelessness
- A District Office Clerk does all the intake information and classify the family
- Once that determination is done, the SW will be contacting and going through checklist with family
- Basically going to the families experiencing homelessness
Half working with title 1 schools
- Kids with behavior issues, family can’t meet basic needs
- Wrap-around services to help the family, etc.
- Job will be to help write out procedures and checklists for the processes to help the family
- Some servicing in the spring, but not until everything is in place
If this sounds like an employment opportunity you may be interested in, please reach out to me directly by either phone or email. My direct information can be seen below, and I would love to hear from you and answer any questions that you may have.
Please apply below or by sending a copy of your updated resume directly to email@example.com
Give me a call at 770-776-2106 for more details. I look forward to speaking with you.
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