The Family Advocate provides safety management services to ensure appropriate interventions and services are provided to address caregiver protective capacities while ensuring the child’s safety, permanency and well-being in relation to the identified needs of the family. The position requires the candidate possess a minimum of a high school diploma or a GED. Candidate should also be the primary caretaker of a child with complex emotional or behavioral needs, or have own personal lived experience with child welfare and/or recovery including those of a being a caregiver or family member of someone with behavioral health needs and/or recovery. Candidate should also be a team player, have good time management skills, and good communication skills. Candidate is also required to possess a valid Florida driver’s license along with proof of appropriate automobile insurance coverage in the amount of at least 50,000/100,000/50,000 for liability limits.
Section: Youth & Family Services
Location: Broward County