Currently, we have one position open for application:
Reports to Program Manager
Under the general direction of the Program Manager, the Advocate Supervisor is responsible for screening, supervising and training of our court appointed special advocates (hereinafter referred to as court advocates) in their responsibilities to the courts and most specifically to the children and deprived cases in the juvenile justice system to whom they are assigned pursuant to Titles 10A OS §1-4-306 and 10A O.S. § 1-8-102 under the CASA Program. The Advocate Supervisor, manages a minimum of 25 court appointed advocates and up to 30; and, can manage up to 32 cases.
Master’s and/or Bachelor’s Social Work degrees may be eligible to train with our Practicum Supervisory staff for future placement in supervision of our Practicum students. Practicum programming includes compliance with University Practicum contracts and required documentation and supervision of their duties as Advocate Supervisors.
Good working knowledge of the Juvenile Justice Court System, mental health and youth related issues, to include but not limited to: community resources, cultural diversity, family dynamics and substance abuse issues.
- Strong communication and writing skills a must.
- Public speaking experience helpful.
- Good working knowledge of recruiting, training and managing court-appointed advocates or individuals holding similar positions.
- Possess a high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential information for CASA of OKCO’s clients, cases, court advocates, donors, employees and/or situations.
- Possess well developed decision making skills, attention to detail with a high level of accuracy.
- Must be able to analyze situations and make decisions.
- Ability to coordinate, organize and supervise a variety of individuals requiring varying levels of supervision.
- Able to multi-task and remain calm in demanding and unpredictable situations.
- Display a high level of initiative, follow-thru, effort and commitment toward completing assignments efficiently.
- (2) Years Child Welfare experience and/or Juvenile Deprived Court experience; Masters or Bachelor’s in Social Work preferred. Second language and/or supervision experience beneficial. CASA experience a plus.
- Computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint); Outlook; other general office equipment. Ability to work with and understand databases a must.
Please submit your resume and cover letter via email to Debra Clour.
The deadline to submit applications is April 3, 2017.
If you would like to submit a general resume and application for employment, please mail to:
CASA of Oklahoma County, Inc
Attn: Human Resources
5905 N Classen Court, #302
Oklahoma City, OK 73118