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Caseworker Resume

Caseworkers are obligated to know the law and legislation in this area. Also, a good caseworker must be able to fight for his client's best interest, have an empathic personality and still have the ability to be impartial.

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Start your Caseworker Resume by writing your professional objective, stating exactly what you want to do. Continue by highlighting all your personal and professional competences that make you suitable for a position as a Caseworker within a certain organization. In the next section of your resume, you should mention all former responsibilities related with what you are looking for now. Inform your employer about previous important tasks as well as achievements. Do not hesitate to mention volunteer work, if your working experience is poor. Include any other information you may consider relevant for the position you are aiming for.

Caseworker Sample Resume

Contact information

Name: Maxine Green
Address: 2505 Northwest 87th Avenue, Miami
E-mail: maxine.green@example.com
Birth date: 08.08.1978
Marital Status: Married
Children: Three
Driver's License: B category, 1998

Introduction

From my point of view, a Caseworker is a professional responsible for providing help and support to adults, teenagers and children with problems including disability or family issues.

Objective

Looking for a position as a Caseworker within an organization where I can use my skills and competences in order to counsel and assist people with problems and increase the organization's notoriety.

Summary

Patient, emphatic and experienced Caseworker, with excellent interpersonal competences and ability to understand and counsel people, I am willing to face new challenges and fight for my client's best interest.

Skills and qualifications

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Emphatic personality
  • Oral comprehension
  • Compassion and patience
  • Very good organizational competences
  • Excellent strategic planning
  • Efficient in time management
  • Problem solver
  • People oriented
  • Attention to details
  • Able to work under pressure
  • Able to meet deadlines
  • Able to coordinate and supervise a team

Work experience

School Caseworker, Stanford College, 2005-present

Duties and responsibilities

  • Acting as a connection between student's families and school staff
  • Counseling and advising students regarding school performances as well as personal or familial problems
  • Acting in students best interest
  • Helping students fit in within classroom and improve their interpersonal competences
  • Providing help and support to teachers in handling disabled students
  • Identifying and managing needs and problems

Child and Family Caseworker, Compass Wellness Center, 2002-2005

Duties and responsibilities

  • Acted as a connection between children, their families and community
  • Advised and counseled parents on how to handle disabled children
  • Counseled and provide support to children coming from separated families
  • Handled adoptions and placed foster children
  • Prepared activity reports on a regular basis
  • Handled abused children
  • Handled family visits and inspections

Education and training

Master's Degree in Psychology, Yale University
Master's Degree in Social Work, Hamilton University

Achievements and affiliations

Establishing a successful adoption program
Member of American Association of Social Workers

Areas of interest

Psychology
Couples Therapy

Reference

Emma Wanderwoodsen, Social Worker at Compass Wellness Center

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