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San Francisco Human Services Agency Is Hiring Now!

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Are you a Master’s level Social Worker? If so, we are hiring!

The San Francisco Human Services Agency (SFHSA) invites you to share and apply to the Protective Services Worker series below. We are seeking candidates with a Master’s degree in Social Workincluding those who are set to graduate in May 2024 or later. Our competitive salary ranges from $106,054.00 – $135,304.00 annually. The positions below are a part of the entry-level class in the Protective Services Worker series located in San Francisco, California. The Human Services Agency is one of over 70 departments within the City and County of San Francisco (Government Sector).  We are looking forward to receiving your applications and hope you can join us in doing meaningful work that improves the lives of San Franciscans throughout all stages of their life journey.  And while you dedicate your talent and passion to our San Francisco community, we are dedicated to supporting your success by providing you with enriching opportunities to grow professionally. Please view the requirements in each job announcement carefully and do not hesitate to reach out to the analyst assigned. You can find the contact information at the top of each job announcement by clicking on the links below.  Are you interested in participating in a virtual information session to learn more about this role? Please respond to the questionnaire here

Medical Social Work Supervisor (2924) – Opening
Medical Social Work Supervisor – Department of Disability and Aging Services Hub (DAS Hub)This position is responsible for supervising intake functions including Adults Protective Services, home delivered meals, in home supportive services, case management, Community Living Fund, Enhanced Care Management and Information, referral and assistance. This position also includes supervision of Class 2920 Medical Social Workers and Class 2940 Protective Services Worker staff. Along with supervision, this supervisor provides consultation concerning the most difficult cases and serves as liaison for DAS intake Programs. Compensation: $118,508.00 – $144,014.00/year
Extended Application Deadline: February 23, 2024 PST (DEADLINE EXTENDED)

Protective Services Worker (2940) – Entry Level OpeningsProtective Services Worker – Family and Children’s Services Division (Entry Level)Are you interested in improving the lives of children and families? Do you want to provide supportive services to vulnerable youth? The Family and Children Services team consists of 106 protective service workers, 22 protective service supervisors, 9 managers, and 5 directors. In this role you’ll engage with children, youth, and families to assess safety and risk, develop case plans, and coordinate services. You can find more information of what the day-to-day duties of a Protective Services Worker in FCS looks like in the video below. Compensation: $106,054.00 – $135,304.00/year
Application Deadline: April 25, 2024 PST (Continuous Recruitment) 

Protective Services Worker – Public Conservator, Department of Disability and Aging Services Division (Entry Level)The Office of Conservatorship Services has an average caseload of 640, with approximately half of these individuals placed outside of San Francisco County in either locked psychiatric facilities or residential care homes. Therefore, travel is required in order to meet the needs of the conservatee and our service mandate by State and County regulations. The average number of miles driven per month is 350. The 2940 is responsible for managing an independent caseload and is assigned mental health (LPS) conservatorship investigations as well. This involves interaction with Mental Health Court, including Public Defender and District Attorney, Department of Public Health, hospitals, jails and community agencies. In addition to assessments and making recommendations for levels of care, the conservator is also responsible for advocating these recommendations, which may at time be at conflict with the interests of other stakeholders. Basic computer skills are required to perform charting on electronic systems (Avatar and Panoramic), emailing (the bulk of inter and intra agency communication is done through e-mail). Compensation: $106,054.00 – $135,304.00/year
Extended Application Deadline: April 25, 2024 PST (Continuous Recruitment) 

Protective Services Worker – Adult Protective Services, Department of Disability and Aging Services Division (Entry Level) Adult Protective Services (APS) is a state-mandated program administered by the City and County of San Francisco (CCSF), Human Services Agency, and the Department of Disability and Aging Services (DAS). Under general supervision by the APS program, the Protective Services Worker (PSW) receives and responds to reports of suspected “elder” and “dependent adult” abuse including neglect, self-neglect, and financial abuse. The PSW performs professional investigations and case management services to victims of abuse. This includes activities related to evaluating the level of harm or risk of harm, to the person and the estate of an “elder” or “dependent adult;” assessing biopsychosocial functioning, including the medical condition, cognitive/psychological status, and adequacy of care and support system; orchestrating ongoing services to maximize the use of community resources, and to help protect victims from further harm once the case is closed. Compensation: $106,054.00 – $135,304.00/year
Extended Application Deadline: April 25, 2024 PST (Continuous Recruitment)  

At the San Francisco Human Services Agency , we believe in a San Francisco where everyone has the opportunity and support to achieve their full potential.  We are comprised of two city departments—Department of Benefits and Family Support, Department of Disability and Aging Services— and are united by our commitment to deliver essential services that support and protect people, families, and communities. From financial, nutritional and employment support to protective services, health care coverage, affordable childcare, and in-home services for older adults and persons with disabilities, our team lends support for all in need. Our Commitment to Racial EquityAs we work towards our vision of an inclusive San Francisco, we embrace our responsibility to root out systemic racism by creating services and a workforce which reflect the lived experiences and strengths of the people we serve. We are committed to fostering a work environment where our differences are celebrated and everyone has what they need to thrive–no matter their race, age, ability, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or country of origin. Click here to learn more about what this commitment looks like in action.