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Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services is a dynamic, enthusiastic, and friendly place to work. We believe in the work that we do and the services we provide for the youth in our communities! We believe our staff is TOPS!!

Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services offers a competitive salary and benefits program. Please check below for available positions:

 

 

 

 

 

 



Job Title: TOPS DCS Supervised Visitation Case Aide
Reports to: TOPS DCS Supervisor
Pay/Hours: $12-15 per hour, full-time
Location: Maricopa, Pima and Pinal Counties
Overview of Responsibilities and Duties:

Requirements:

This position requires driving child(ren) for visits with parent/caregiver in your own vehicle throughout the assigned region, including after hours and weekends to accommodate families being served.  A valid driver’s license, auto insurance and a clean driving record is required.  A minimum of a High School Diploma and 21 years or older is required. Must be able to obtain a Central Registry Background Check and Level One fingerprint clearance.  Must be able to successfully pass a drug test. Bilingual is a plus.


Primary Responsibilities:

Execute comprehensive administrative duties, including report consolidation and data entry

Work with assigned PA to contact parent/caregiver listed on referral with 24 hours to schedule supervised visitation

Commence supervised visits within 5 business days of receipt of referral

Provide supervised visits during and after normal business hours including weekends to accommodate families being served

Provide up to 6 hours of supervised visitation weekly, for a period of thirteen weeks, for each assigned case

Follow DCS protocol for difficult to contact parent/caregiver

Follow all DCS protocols for Supervised Visitation Services with focus on child(ren) safety during visit

When conducting transportation services for visitation, strict adherence to all traffic safety regulations are to be enforced, including proper use of child safety seats

Document all visits in the Supervised Visitation Transportation Log

Document observations and assessments on Summary of Supervised Visitation form and enter into CHILDS within 7 days of visit; maintain all client documentation in locked client file cabinet.

Set and record all client home visits in Outlook calendar weekly

Maintain boundaries with parents/caregivers; refuse to discuss the merits of the case or agree with or support one party over another

Conduct Mid-point Meeting with parent/care giver, PA and ADCS to review progress; complete Mid-Point Report and submit in CHILDS within 7 days of meeting.

Maintain strict confidentiality of all client information

Follow DCS Protocols for Service Closure

Maintain compliance and follow all TOPS and DCS BRF policies

Encourage compliance with DCS mandated services

Immediately report any issues concerning a family, safety concerns etc. to your supervisor

Understand you are a mandated reporter and will need to make reports and understand the process


Additional Responsibilities:

Additional duties as assigned




Job Title: TOPS DCS Supervisor – Maricopa County
Reports to: TOPS DCS Manager
Pay/Hours: $37,440 - $41,600, full-time
Location: Maricopa County
Overview of Responsibilities and Duties:

The TOPS Supervisor is responsible for providing direction and support for Parent Aides, Supervised Visitation Staff, and TOPS Case Managers and Health Education staff through the development of a collaborative and trusting work environment.  This position requires experience in staff supervision, staff development, and must have excellent communications and organizational skills.

 

Requirements:

  • Flexible hours, including after hours and weekends
  • A valid driver’s license, auto insurance and a clean driving record
  • A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services and two years of supervisory experience
  • Must be able to obtain a Central Registry Background Check and Level One fingerprint clearance.
  • Bilingual is a plus

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Provide oversight and support of PA’s and SVO’s in assigned region
  • Train and onboard new staff; provide access to additional trainings as needed
  • Review and assign all referred cases
  • Assist PA’s and SVO’s with establishing appropriate boundaries with families being served
  • Assist PA’s with scheduling optional monthly parenting group sessions
  • Maintain reports and documentation on all interactions with PA’s and SVO’s
  • Conduct on-site supervision and observations of PA’s and SVO’s quarterly
  • Coordinate with other agencies and organizations to support the needs of participating families
  • Collaborate with TOPS DCS Manager on contract specific duties

Additional Responsibilities:
  • Additional duties as assigned



Job Title: TOPS Supervisor – Gila County
Reports to: TOPS Regional Manager
Pay/Hours: $37,440 - $41,600, full-time
Location: Gila County
Overview of Responsibilities and Duties:

The TOPS Supervisor is responsible for providing direction and support for Parent Aides, Supervised Visitation Staff, and TOPS Case Managers and Health Education staff through the development of a collaborative and trusting work environment.  This position requires experience in staff supervision, staff development, and must have excellent communications and organizational skills.

 

Requirements:

  • Flexible hours, including after hours and weekends
  • A valid driver’s license, auto insurance and a clean driving record
  • A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services and two years of supervisory experience
  • Must be able to obtain a Central Registry Background Check and Level One fingerprint clearance.
  • Bilingual is a plus

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Provide oversight and support of TOPS program staff throughout Gila County
  • Train and onboard new staff; provide access to additional trainings as needed
  • Review and assign all referred cases and clients
  • Assist staff with establishing appropriate boundaries with families being served
  • Assist staff with scheduling pregnancy classes, parenting classes, and monthly parenting group sessions
  • Maintain reports and documentation on all interactions with staff
  • Conduct on-site supervision and observations staff quarterly
  • Coordinate with other agencies and organizations to support the needs of participating families
  • Collaborate with TOPS Regional Manager on contract specific duties

Additional Responsibilities:
  • Additional duties as assigned



Job Title: TOPS DCS Parent Aide – Pima County
Reports to: TOPS DCS Supervisor
Pay/Hours: $27,040 - $31,200, full-time
Location: Pima County
Overview of Responsibilities and Duties:

The TOPS DCS Parent Aide position is responsible for providing a trusting, open and non-judgmental relationship with all families to increase protective capacities and parenting skills.  Services are provided through case management and parenting education, provided in the family’s home.

 

Requirements:

  • Flexible hours, including after hours and weekends
  • A valid driver’s license, auto insurance and a clean driving record
  • A minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Human Services and two years of experience
  • Must be able to obtain a Central Registry Background Check and Level One fingerprint clearance.
  • Bilingual is a plus

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Conduct initial and ongoing case management services including goal setting, parenting education, and assist with supervised visitation.
  • Lead monthly parenting group sessions
  • Maintain all required record keeping and reports within allotted timeframe
  • Collaborate with TOPS staff, ADCS, and families being served to help families achieve goals
  • As a mandatory reporter, make reports as necessary.

Additional Responsibilities:
  • Additional duties as assigned



Job Title: TOPS DCS Parent Aide – Maricopa County
Reports to: TOPS DCS Supervisor
Pay/Hours: $27,040 - $31,200, full-time
Location: Maricopa County
Overview of Responsibilities and Duties:

The TOPS DCS Parent Aide position is responsible for providing a trusting, open and non-judgmental relationship with all families to increase protective capacities and parenting skills.  Services are provided through case management and parenting education, provided in the family’s home.

 

Requirements:

  • Flexible hours, including after hours and weekends
  • A valid driver’s license, auto insurance and a clean driving record
  • A minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Human Services and two years of experience
  • Must be able to obtain a Central Registry Background Check and Level One fingerprint clearance.
  • Bilingual is a plus

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Conduct initial and ongoing case management services including goal setting, parenting education, and assist with supervised visitation.
  • Lead monthly parenting group sessions
  • Maintain all required record keeping and reports within allotted timeframe
  • Collaborate with TOPS staff, ADCS, and families being served to help families achieve goals
  • As a mandatory reporter, make reports as necessary.

Additional Responsibilities:
  • Additional duties as assigned



Job Title: TOPS DCS Parent Aide – Santa Cruz County
Reports to: TOPS DCS Supervisor
Pay/Hours: $27,040 - $31,200, full-time
Location: Santa Cruz County
Overview of Responsibilities and Duties:

The TOPS DCS Parent Aide position is responsible for providing a trusting, open and non-judgmental relationship with all families to increase protective capacities and parenting skills.  Services are provided through case management and parenting education, provided in the family’s home.

Requirements:

  • Flexible hours, including after hours and weekends
  • A valid driver’s license, auto insurance and a clean driving record
  • A minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Human Services and two years of experience
  • Must be able to obtain a Central Registry Background Check and Level One fingerprint clearance.
  • Bilingual is a plus

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Conduct initial and ongoing case management services including goal setting, parenting education, and assist with supervised visitation.
  • Lead monthly parenting group sessions
  • Maintain all required record keeping and reports within allotted timeframe
  • Collaborate with TOPS staff, ADCS, and families being served to help families achieve goals
  • As a mandatory reporter, make reports as necessary.

Additional Responsibilities:
  • Additional duties as assigned



Job Title: TOPS DCS Parent Aide – Pinal County
Reports to: TOPS DCS Supervisor
Pay/Hours: $27,040 - $31,200, full-time
Location: Pinal County
Overview of Responsibilities and Duties:

The TOPS DCS Parent Aide position is responsible for providing a trusting, open and non-judgmental relationship with all families to increase protective capacities and parenting skills.  Services are provided through case management and parenting education, provided in the family’s home.

 

Requirements:

  • Flexible hours, including after hours and weekends
  • A valid driver’s license, auto insurance and a clean driving record
  • A minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Human Services and two years of experience
  • Must be able to obtain a Central Registry Background Check and Level One fingerprint clearance.
  • Bilingual is a plus

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Conduct initial and ongoing case management services including goal setting, parenting education, and assist with supervised visitation.
  • Lead monthly parenting group sessions
  • Maintain all required record keeping and reports within allotted timeframe
  • Collaborate with TOPS staff, ADCS, and families being served to help families achieve goals
  • As a mandatory reporter, make reports as necessary.

Additional Responsibilities:
  • Additional duties as assigned



Job Title: TOPS DCS Parent Aide – Gila County
Reports to: TOPS DCS Supervisor
Pay/Hours: $27,040 - $31,200, full-time
Location: Gila County
Overview of Responsibilities and Duties:

The TOPS DCS Parent Aide position is responsible for providing a trusting, open and non-judgmental relationship with all families to increase protective capacities and parenting skills.  Services are provided through case management and parenting education, provided in the family’s home.

 

Requirements:

  • Flexible hours, including after hours and weekends
  • A valid driver’s license, auto insurance and a clean driving record
  • A minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Human Services and two years of experience
  • Must be able to obtain a Central Registry Background Check and Level One fingerprint clearance.
  • Bilingual is a plus

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Conduct initial and ongoing case management services including goal setting, parenting education, and assist with supervised visitation.
  • Lead monthly parenting group sessions
  • Maintain all required record keeping and reports within allotted timeframe
  • Collaborate with TOPS staff, ADCS, and families being served to help families achieve goals
  • As a mandatory reporter, make reports as necessary.

Additional Responsibilities:
  • Additional duties as assigned


Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services prohibits discrimination against its customers on the bases of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, or all or part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program, in any program or activity conducted. (Not all prohibited bases will apply to all programs and/or employment activities.)

If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, you may contact our Human Resource Department at 520.284.9563 or you may call the Civil Rights Division at (888) 736-5551 or (202) 514-3847. You may also visit www.justice.gov.


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