• Arapahoe County
  • Fort Morgan , CO
  • Government
  • Full-Time
  • 17637 Co Rd M


Conducts assessments of safety and risk; determines if situations warrant the recommendation of placing children outside the home; supervises placement of children and coordinates parent/child visits; determines when and if a child should be recommended to return to their home.

Makes evaluation and assessment of need for services; provides crisis intake and/or develops long-term case plans appropriate to the child(ren) and family. Monitors progress of clients and modifies case plans as needed.

Provides individual or family case management on an ongoing or crisis basis for children and their parents who are experiencing severe problems in the parents-child relationship.

Makes collateral contacts with such community resources such as law enforcement and medical personnel to obtain additional information, coordinate services, or secure their assistance.

Gathers and consolidates background information to present as documentation for court hearings, as progress reports in judicial reviews, or as summaries in facilitating appropriate placements.

Participates in staffings with school, mental health facilities, child protection review teams, and other professionals involved with the family members.

Attends court hearings; confers with lawyers, children, parents, witnesses, and significant others in reference to their respective roles.

Serves as information and referral source to other employees and to the public.

Provides a variety of ancillary assignments as needed including preparing and maintaining client records and completing required forms and reports.

Enters data and all case contacts into Trails.

Testify in court hearings as necessary

Attends various staffing and meetings.

Performs other duties as assigned.


Excellent organizational skills.

Ability to analyze and interpret governmental and legal regulations.

Ability to write reports and business correspondence.

Ability to effectively present information and respond to court, managers, customers, other agencies, co-workers, and the general public via fax, telephone, and email.

Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite and state and county computer systems. Ability to learn various applications.

Ability to establish and maintain harmonious professional relationships with other employees, outside agencies and customers.

Ability to work in a high volume, high stress environment. Requirements


Masters in Social Work


Bachelors of Social Work or a Masters degree in Sociology, Psychology, Human Services, Guidance and Counseling and/or Child Development with one (1) year of post-degree paid experience in social casework.


Bachelors of Arts or Bachelors of Science in Sociology, Psychology, Human services, Guidance and Counseling and/or Child Development, plus two (2) years of post-degree paid experience in social casework.


Must have already successfully completed the Colorado Pre-Service Training Academy program or if hired must successfully complete and pass all required State of Colorado training in order to be considered for future employment.

Supplemental Information

Must also successfully pass pre-employment criminal background check, motor vehicle check, and post-employment fingerprint check.

Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license.

Reliable transportation is required as you will be utilizing your own personal vehicle for visiting families' homes, transporting children, and attending court. You will be reimbursed for mileage.

The salary grade listed is the full salary range for the Social Caseworker B position. Please note that the hiring salary will typically be near the lower end of the pay range listed.

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The Temporary Grant Funded benefits are medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, Term Life and AD&D, Supplemental Life AD&D, Child(ren) Life, Legal Service Plan, Short-term Disability, 457 Deferred Compensation, Home and Auto, Vacation Leave, Sick Leave, Comp Time, Floating Holiday, and County Holidays.

The temporary position is a non-benefited position.

As a regular full-time or part-time Arapahoe County employee you may be eligible for benefits such as:

Medical and Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Life and Supplemental Life Insurance, Short and Long Term Disability, Retirement Plan and Deferred Compensation Plan, Flexible Benefit Plan, Pre-paid Legal Service Plan,
Vacation and Sick leave time, Holiday pay, and the Training and Educational Reimbursement Program.

Associated topics: attendant, client service, community and social services, community service, fundraiser, fundraising, guest, meter reader, parking, registrar

* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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