Summary of Work
Receive reports of alleged abuse or neglect of a vulnerable adult; complete an assessment for each adult, generally through a home visit; consult and coordinate with collateral entities; complete documentation of work done on case; arrange for, coordinate and collaborate with other agencies for provision of essential services; provide case management and counseling for the purposes of planning and providing social and other services needed by vulnerable adults; monitor the delivery of services through scheduled follow-up; conduct training and community outreach; and compile and maintain case files.
Bachelor’s degree in Social work, Gerontology, Criminal justice, Nursing, Business administration, Counseling (including addiction counseling), Psychology, Occupational therapy, Physical therapy, Public health, or Sociology and two years of related work experience in a specific human service program area. A master’s degree in a field related to the position’s program responsibility area may substitute for the work experience requirement. Additional work experience as specified may substitute for the degree requirement on a year-for-year basis.