THP Social Worker


The THP Social Worker provides social work case management to youth placed in the care of the CFFFA THP Program.  This position requires a combined use of education gained through the earning of your degree as well as common sense.




  • Weekly home visits
  • One-on-one interaction with each youth minimum twice per month
  • Coordination / facilitation of medical, dental, mental health, school, and other appointments/services necessary for youth success
  • Development of initial ANSP (Appraisal, Needs, & Services Plan) and quarterly updates thereafter
  • Development of on-site real-time case note at home/face-to-face visits
  • Thorough and timely SIR (Special Incident Report)
  • Professional communication with service providers
  • Attendance and participation at meetings as necessary
  • Attendance and participation at group supervision
  • Seeking out guidance and direction from supervisors/leaders/management as needed
  • Accept coaching from co-workers, supervisors, management, and Administrator
  • Engage in timely and accurate communication with service providers involved in youth case
  • Initiate communication with supervisors as you receive information impacting a case
  • After-hours on-call rotation
  • Adhere to Mandated Reporter laws
  • Coordinate and participate as necessary in the delivery and/or completion of assessments
  • Coordinate and assist with a vast array of crisis intervention plans and techniques


  • Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; gathers and analyzes information skillfully to prevent recurrence of problems; develops alternative solutions; works well in group problem solving situations; uses reason even when dealing with emotional topics
  • Continually thinks ahead to anticipate needs for the successful fulfilment of job requirements and special projects
  • Expresses ideas and thoughts verbally; expresses thoughts, analyses, conclusions, , in written form.; exhibits good listening and comprehension; keeps others adequately informed; selects and uses appropriate communications methods (ie: email, text message, telephone, in-person)


  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or related field required
  • 2 years of case management preferred


  • STANDING/WALKING: Up to 20% if the workday is spent standing/walking
  • SITTING: Up to 90% of the workday may be spent sitting at a computer
  • LIFTING: Lifting may include up to 25 lbs. Up to 2 of the day involves lifting requiring full range of motion
  • CARRYING: Up to 15% of the workday might be carrying objects weighing up to 10 lbs.
  • PUSHING/PULLING: Up to 5% of the day may require pushing or pulling
  • CLIMBING: Up to 5% of the day may include climbing one flight of stairs
  • STOOPING/KNEELING: Up to 5% of the workday may be spend stooping or kneeling to open drawers and gather equipment
  • BENDING/CROUCHING: Up to 25% of workday may be spent bending at the waist
  • REACHING/STRETCHING: Up to 5% of the workday may require reaching and stretching
  • HAND/WRIST: Up to 50% of the workday is spent using normal movement of hands and wrists holding supplies
  • FINGERING: 90% of the workday involves using a computer keyboard
  • FEELING: Normal tactile feeling is required to perform all job duties
  • TWISTING: Up to 5% of the day may be required in retrieving supplies or equipment
  • TALKING: Average ability is required in communicating with patients, staff and outside agencies
  • HEARING: Average hearing ability is required to answer the telephone and perform all job duties
  • SEEING: Average ability is required to read and follow instructions