• inside-banner.jpg

  • Gulf Coast JFCS
    Job Description

    Are you excited by the prospect of working for an organization that values your professional development, offers promotional opportunities, has flexible hours AND gives you a chance to make a difference in the lives of children and families?


    Gulf Coast JFCS is comprised of over 500 dedicated people committed to improving the lives children and families of all religions and nationalities. The only prerequisite is need. Annually, GCJFCS supports more than 30,000 people throughout Florida. Our programs are designed to protect children from abuse and neglect; to help people overcome substance abuse, to manage mental health, or to gain control of debilitating behaviors; to care for and connect seniors to needed services; to provide emergency financial and food assistance to support Holocaust survivors; and to welcome and help resettle refugees from around the world.


    This position, is responsible for providing Case Management (and may involve clinical) supervision to “teams” delivering foster care and related services within CBC. Teams may include (besides the Case Manager), therapist, foster parents, primary Caregiver, Guardian Ad Litem and other appropriate professionals. Candidate must have a current certification with the Florida Certification Board. The supervision will focus on the safety and permanency of the children and attainment of specific performance standards and outcomes.



    • Great Pay with a $2,000 sign on bonus. 
    • Flexible hours
    • Continuous training and professional development opportunities
    • Excellent Benefits Package
    • Mileage Reimbursement
    • An opportunity to make the world a better place!


    Florida Administrative Code    65C-15.017 Personnel:\


    Agency staff responsible for supervision shall have a master’s degree in social work or a related area of study from an accredited college or university and at least two (2) years’ of experience in human services or child welfare programs, or a bachelor’s degree in social work from an accredited college or university or related area of study and four (4) years’ of experience in human services or child welfare programs. A doctorate in social work or a related area of study may be substituted for one year of the required experience. Related areas of study include bachelor’s or master’s degrees in criminology, psychology, sociology, counseling, special education, education, human development, child development, family development, marriage and family therapy, and nursing.


    Florida Certification Board:

    Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree from an Accredited College or University.

    Case Management/Licensing: Bachelor’s Degree in a related field.

    Contact Information