will provide services to individuals, families or groups (needy, aged,
people with disabilities, institutionalized or dependent adults and
children) to help them attain a more satisfactory social, economic, mental
or physical adjustment to their environment. You will interview clients to
obtain social histories; provide comprehensive information about agency
programs; determine and verify eligibility for program services; provide
referral services and negotiate on behalf of clients for referral
services; and formulate and implement social plans of action. An important
aspect of the work is the ability to manage a caseload, prepare reports,
and keep well-organized records using a computer.
Caseworkers 1 (Local Government) perform
beginning-level social services work under close supervision.
more information about these opportunities, please contact:
28 East Market Street
2nd Floor, Room 210
York, PA 17403
Phone: (717) 771-9970
health insurance; liberal retirement/pension plan; paid vacation, personal
and sick leave; paid holidays; prescription, vision and dental plan
coverage (after six months); paid group life insurance, and much more.