Employment information

Supervisors that work with Family Ties are compassionate, child-focused professionals who are dedicated to ensuring the supervision process is a positive experience. We strive to make this as normal a process as possible without sacrificing safety. All supervisors are Mandatory Reporters of Child Abuse. If you feel you meet the qualifications below, please email your resume and cover letter to linda@familytiessc.com.

Supervisor Qualifications:
  • Be 21 years old or older;
  • Have no conviction for driving under the influence (DUI/DWI) within the last 5 years;
  • Have no conviction for child molestation, child abuse, or other crimes against a person;
  • ​Have not been on probation or parole for the last 10 years;
  • Have proof of automobile insurance if transporting a child;
  • Have no civil, criminal, or juvenile restraining orders within the last 10 years;
  • Have no current or past court order in which the provider is the person being supervised;
  • Must not be financially dependent on person being supervised;
  • Agree to adhere and enforce the court order regarding supervised visitation;
  • Have no conflict of interest (as defined below);
  • Commit to stay within the constraints of Supervisor’s Role;
  • Demonstrated proficiency in competency based training;
  • Be able to speak the language of the person being supervised and of the child.
 
Supervisor Qualifications Preferred but Not Required:
  • Experience in the field of family court and/or child abuse;
  • College degree in social work or related field or equal work experience in relate field;
  • The level of additional training needed depends on education and experience.

Supervisors that work with Family Ties are compassionate, child-focused professionals who are dedicated to ensuring the supervision process is a positive experience. We strive to make this as normal a process as possible without sacrificing safety. All supervisors are Mandatory Reporters of Child Abuse. They must meet the following qualifications.

Conflict of Interest:

All Supervisors should maintain neutrality by refusing to discuss the merits of the case or agree with or support one party over another. Any discussion between Supervisor and the parties should be for the purposes of arranging visitation and providing for the safety of the children. In order to avoid a conflict of interest, the Supervisor should not:

  • Be financially dependent on the person being supervised;
  • Be an employee of the person being supervised; or
  • Be in an intimate relationship with the person being supervised.
Supervisor Experience/Training Requirements:
  • The role of the professional supervisor; including legal responsibilities and obligations;
  • Child abuse reporting laws;
  • Visit Documentation Protocols;
  • Monitoring and terminations of visitation procedures;
  • Developmental needs of children;
  • Issues related to substance abuse; child neglect; child physical and sexual abuse; domestic violence; mental illness;
  • Predator behavior;
  • Conflicts of interest; Confidentiality and Neutrality;
  • Cultural sensitivity;
  • Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse Laws.