CASA For Children, Inc.
January 30, 2019
Hillsboro, Oregon
Job Type
Salary or Pay Details
$40,000/yr (based on 2080 full-time hours at $19.23/hr )


CASA Supervisor – Washington County

Agency Description:
CASA for Children (CASA) is the largest organization of its kind in the State of Oregon. We support nearly 490 volunteer court-appointed special advocates (CASAs) who serve and advocate for the best interests of abused, neglected and abandoned children under the protection of the Juvenile Dependency Court. This year nearly 1,100 children will benefit from their tireless and tenacious work.

We need people who are responsive to and understand the culture of poverty, who have lived and/or professional experience in partnering with and serving communities of color, and who understand and are skilled in working with families and youth who are Black/African American, Latinx, Asian, Native American and/or LGBTQ+.

230 NE 2nd Ave., Ste I, Hillsboro, OR 97124

Job Type:
Full-Time, Non-Exempt Employee

Years of Experience:
3+ years

Reports to:
Program Manager

$40,000 (based on 2080 full-time hours at $19.23/hr). Compensation includes a benefits package with medical, dental, retirement, disability and generous Paid Time Off and holiday schedule.

Position Description:
The CASA Supervisor provides professional support to volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs). The supervisor assures that children served by the program receive sound advocacy and early permanency planning, in accordance with the Oregon Statute and federal laws and the policies of CASA for Children.

Responsibilities include:

• Monitor, manage and support advocacy efforts for 36 CASAs (40 cases) through consultation, problem solving, troubleshooting, feedback, guidance, evaluation, motivation, training, monitoring and preparation for court appearances. Assure that CASA policy and practice standards are followed in each case.

• Proactively engage with CASA volunteers both in and out of the office to ensure a high-level of support and to enrich their volunteer experience

• Work with the Program Manager to release or reassign CASAs whose advocacy is inappropriate or harmful

• Document CASA case activity and demographic information in agency data base as directed

• Represent the organization in the community child welfare and juvenile court system through participation in work groups, committees and public relations activities as assigned

• Participate in program implementation, evaluation and planning

• Participate in CASA team and staff meetings

• Participate in pre-service screening and training as well as continuing education for CASA volunteers

• Be available to attend training, social or development activities during evening or weekend hours up to twice a month

• Other duties as assigned by the Program Manager

Education & Experience Requirements:

• Undergraduate degree in social work, psychology, human services, or related field preferred

• 3-5 years experience in a field serving children or families

• Experience in volunteer management, competence in and commitment to the field of child welfare or child and family services. A solid knowledge base regarding child abuse and neglect, advocacy, family dynamics, cultural issues, family court, and the social service system required. A demonstrated commitment to cultural competence is essential.

Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

• Familiarity with the Juvenile Dependency System

• Case planning and review

• Volunteer management

• Ability to work as part of a team to achieve agency goals

• Ability to handle multiple priorities in a fast paced work environment

• Ability to work collaboratively with community partners and family members

• Strong written and verbal skills

• Ability to effectively utilize computer technology

• Ability to maintain confidentiality and appropriate professional boundaries

Other Requirements:
• Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of criminal justice and DHS abuse registry background checks
• Proof of U.S. residency required
• Valid driver’s license, reliable automobile transportation and adequate insurance
• Required completion of the CASA training program within the first 120 days of employment
• Required completion of CASA for Children’s “Knowing Who You Are” anti-bias training in earliest available class

Application Procedure:
• Email resume, cover letter indicating where you heard about the job to: Re: CASA Supervisor – Washington County

Deadline to apply: 5 pm, February 19, 2019. Applicants are encouraged to apply early for the highest consideration, resumes will be reviewed as they are received. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

Other Benefits

CASA For Children, Inc.

Summary of Benefits 2018-19

 Medical & Dental Benefits, plan year 11/1-10/31 

CASA offers two medical plans and one dental plan from Kaiser Permanente.  CASA pays 100% of employee premiums for those working 30+ hours per week* Premiums for part-time employees working 20 or more hours are paid on a pro-rated basis.  Employees may cover spouses and dependent children under CASA’s group policy at their own expense.


  • Medical -Standard
    -Office visits - $40 Deductible - $2,000, Out of Pocket max - $7,350
    -Brand drugs - $60
    -Alternative Care, $1,000 benefit (combined):
    --Chiropractic, Naturopathic, Acupuncture - $20, MassageTherapy - $25
    -Vision Hardware benefit and routine eye exam, $200 every 2 years
  • Medical-Added Choicewith slightly higher co-pays and deductibles, you are able to use providers outside the Kaiser network. *Employees are responsible for a portion of the monthly premium with this plan.
  • Dental
    -Office visits - $10 Deductible - $0

-Preventative – 100% covered, Basic– 80% covered, Major – 50% covered

-$1,000 annual benefit maximum

Life Insurance/AD&D, Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, plan year 1/1-12/31

Coverage is provided through Mutual of Omaha.  All regular employees working at least 20 hours per week are eligible after 90 days of employment. CASA pays 100% of premium.

  • Life/AD&D - $25,000 term life insurance benefit and AD&D benefits
  • Short-Term Disability – After 14 days of total or partial disability, the monthly benefit is equal to 60% of employees’ monthly pre-disability earning to a maximum of $3,000.
  • Long-Term Disability - After 90 days of total or partial disability, the monthly benefit is equal to 60% of employees’ monthly pre-disability earnings to a maximum of $3,000.  Benefits are payable for up to 60 months.


CASA’s retirement plan is managed through payroll provider ADP
401(k) Tax Deferred Annuity Retirement Plan:

Employees are automatically enrolled in CASA’s 401(k) Retirement Plan at the minimum contribution rate with online access to make changes and manage their account. Employees are eligible for the plan the first of the month following six months of continuous employment.  CASA will match employee contributions dollar for dollar up to 5% of annual salary.  The employer match is made with each semi-monthly payroll.  Employees are fully vested in the plan after 4 years of employment.

125 Flexible Benefits Plan, plan year 6/1-5/31*

The 125 plan, also known as a cafeteria plan, is offered through Allegiance Benefits.

CASA administers a 125 Flexible Spending Plan for all regular employees. Maximum contributions:
- $2,600 - unreimbursed medical expenses
- $5,000 - unreimbursed dependent care expenses

 *Elections are loaded to a debit card to minimize the need for out-of-pocket reimbursement.

CASA pays 100% of the administrative and debit card fees and has a 90 day grace period following the end of the plan year to use benefits from a prior year.

Vision Plan, plan year 1/1-12/31

Superior Vision is a supplementary vision care provider to allow employees the flexibility of going outside of Kaiser for exams, frames.  Employee’s pay 100% of the monthly premium.
-Co-pay - $10
-Exam, lenses (incl. contact lenses) – every 12 months         Frames– every 24 months
-Inexpensive per payroll deductions (pre-tax):

  •  Employee only $2.89
  •  Employee/spouse $5.70
  •  Employee/family $8.50

CASA awards all paid time off at the beginning of the fiscal year according to employees’ tenure.  40 hours can be carried over to the next fiscal year. Hours are based on full time employees.  Part-time employees receive prorated hours.

  • 0 – 2 yrs = 20 days (160 hours)
  • 2+ - 3 yrs = 21 days (168 hours)
  • 3+-4 yrs = 22 days (176 hours)
  • 4+-5 yrs = 23 days (184 hours)
  • 5+ yrs = 25 days (200 hours)

Any PTO in excess of the 40 hour maximum is moved to a PTO Bank to hold for employees experiencing unexpected or catastrophic incidents that would otherwise require unpaid time.

Holidays/Other Days – Total of 18 Days

CASA offers 14 paid holidays a year, Birthday off, 3 additional days around calendar year-end

Mileage reimbursement for travel on behalf of CASA (outside of commute)
Paid at the 2019 IRS rate of .58/mile

This document is provided as a summary only.  Specific details and guidelines for each plan are available through the summary plan documents and may change periodically.

How to Apply

Application Procedure:
• Email resume, cover letter indicating where you heard about the job to: Re: CASA Supervisor – Washington County

Deadline to apply: 5 pm, February 19, 2019. Applicants are encouraged to apply early for the highest consideration, resumes will be reviewed as they are received. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

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