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Franklin County Children's Services
Columbus, Ohio, United States
(hybrid)
1 day ago
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Salary
$27.70 - $27.70
Practice Area
Government/Civil Service
Min Experience
3-5 Years
Salary - Type
Hourly Wage
Job Function
Training Specialist

Description

Franklin County Children Services 
POSITION DESCRIPTION


About us: 
Franklin County Children Services (FCCS) is a large, metropolitan child welfare agency with 
more than 300 caseworkers and 400 support staff members dedicated to child protection and 
family stability. FCCS believes in investing our time and resources to attract and hire an 
engaged, talented, and diverse workforce that is committed to protecting children by 
strengthening families. 
Benefits of working for us: 
Hiring Bonus up to $1,500; Low Premium Medical, Dental, & Vision; OPERS (Ohio Public 
employment Retirement System); Life Insurance Coverage at no cost (up to 50,000); Tuition 
Reimbursement; EAP Program; Additional Raises over the next three years (based on continuous 
service); Generous personal, vacation, & sick time.
Job title: Training Officer 2
Location: 855 W. Mound Street
Job Type: Full-Time 
Starting Salary: $27.70


OBJECTIVE/PURPOSE


Employee reports to the Associate Director; responsible for administration, assessment, coordination, 
facilitation, training and coaching of CAPMIS Tools utilization for Direct Service Casework, Supervisor, 
and Administrative staff. Orients new caseworkers and supervisors in current child welfare practice in 
orientation programming. Employee will support, develop curriculum, and train new agency initiatives 
as assigned by the Leadership Developer. Employee will participate in the onboarding of newly hired 
staff.


Employee will provide support surrounding the onboarding and ongoing professional growth and 
development for training and learning opportunities for all employees. Employee may provide learning 
opportunities for agency approved students and interns. Employee will develop, assess, evaluate, and 
conduct training based on agency hiring needs and retention efforts. Employee will be available for 
consultations with department administrators and peer reviewers, and support staff using instructor 
led in-person/virtual learning, transfer of learning and coaching opportunities.


The employee will help the agency achieve CFSR standards and help ensure service delivery that 
focuses on Safety, Permanency and Well-being for the families served by the agency. The employee is 
committed to practicing cultural competence by: working respectfully and effectively with people of all 
cultures, classes, races, genders, ethnic backgrounds, religions, sexual orientations, mental and 
physical abilities, ages and appearances in a manner that recognizes, affirms and values the worth of 
individuals, families and communities and protects and preserves the dignity of each. The employee 
will adhere to the Agency’s Guiding Principles by serving as a child welfare professional, valuing every 
child, honoring families, and valuing partnerships. Given the nature of this classification’s 
duties/responsibilities, it has been designated as Exempt under the governing Fair Labor Standards Act 
regulations and, therefore, is not entitled to formal overtime compensation and/or formal 
compensatory time.


Key Responsibilities: 


35% As a trainer, the employee will conduct, develop, revise, and evaluate curriculum for the agency. 
Trainer will complete administrative tasks and maintain documentation needed for 
programming. Trainer will participate in programs related to the onboarding and ongoing 
professional development and growth of all staff, such as but not limited to: New Employee 
Orientation, specialized programming for casework, mentors, supervisors, and administrative 
level staff. The trainer will provide a basic knowledge of agency policies, procedures, and 
paperwork requirements; provide support worker and the assigned supervisor as needed 
around transfer of learning strategies; basic competency areas such a comprehensive 
assessment (CAPM Tools), Ohio laws and ODJFS rules court procedures and use of community 
resources. 
30% Assesses overall agency training needs and provides training or technical assistance material 
support to promote agency hiring and retention efforts. Employee to make recommendations if 
requested administrators in identifying professional development and growth opportunities.


ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES: 


20% Employee works closely with Program Services staff, Best Practice Committee and Professional 
Development staff, in developing and updating training materials, provides consultation, 
coaching and training which supports Agency initiatives.
15% Attends staff meetings, serves on select agency committee, workshops, seminars, training 
conferences; performs other related duties as assigned to include but not limited to providing 
LISW-S group supervision. This may include handling cases from Intake, if needed and if 
determined by HR to be qualified to do so. *Other related duties may include handling cases from 
Intake, if needed and if determined by HR to be qualified to do so.

Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications: Completion of undergraduate core program in instructional design, adult 
learning, education, instructional technology, or related field or 24 mos. exp in preparing informational 
or instructional programs; 18 mos. trg. or 18 mos. exp in public speaking or effective communications 
skills; 9 months experience in analyzing individuals or agency’s training needs, developing training and 
delivering training activities to meet those needs, or 3 courses in management science focusing on 
human resources training and development); 3 courses in psychology or education dealing with 
foundations of learning, transfer, motivation and evaluation (or 9 months experience in developing 
training programs and assessing training needs); 1 course in public relations (or 1 month experience); 3 
mos. trg or 3 mos. exp in operating audio-visual equipment.


Preferred Qualifications: 18 mos. exp in preparing informational or instructional programs; 18 mos.
trg. or 18 mos. exp in public speaking or effective communications skills; 3 mos. trg. or 3 mos. exp in 
operating audio-visual equipment. Master’s degree in social work or related area and 4 years child 
welfare/social work experience, including relevant supervisory or administrative skills; or bachelor’s 
degree in social work or related area and 4 years post degree child welfare/social work experience. LSW 
or LISW preferred, as well as experience in training and curriculum development; familiar with CAPMIS 
tools for assessment, investigation, and ongoing casework practice. Skilled in SACWIS and behavioral 
documentation. 


Certification or Licensure: A valid Ohio Driver’s License and automobile insurance that is in compliance 
with Franklin County Children Services policy required is for travel. Travel can occasionally include out of 
state travel which may require airline travel.
Regular attendance, as governed by and in accordance with applicable rules, regulations, procedures,
and laws, is regarded as an essential requirement of this classification.
Physical Requirements: Ability to operate standard office equipment in the performance of job functions 
(e.g. telephone, calculator, printer, scanner, microfiche, computer, copying machine, automobile, 
fingerprint equipment).


How to Apply


Please send applications and resumes to fccshr@fccs.us.
For information on FCCS, including employee benefits and our company culture, visit our 
website at https://externalfccsapps.fccs.franklin.oh.us/FCCSForms/Employment.aspx#!/jobs/list
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, 
religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual 
orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state,
or local laws.



Job ID: 72531547

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