Social Services

Social Services

Completion of the 2013 Summer Youth Employment Program

News from Social Services posted on Mon, 10/21/2013 - 9:49am

The Cattaraugus County Department of Social Services is pleased to announce the completion of another very successful Summer Youth Employment Program. This summer, Department of Social Services staff assisted 149 area youth from communities across Cattaraugus County.

ELIGIBILITY WORKER #73846 DEPARTMENTAL PROMOTIONAL

Vacancy:   Eligible List may be used to fill vacancies which may occur within Cattaraugus County Department of Social Services.

 

Fee Paid By Employer.  Pursuant to the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the County of Cattaraugus and CSEA/AFSCME Local 1000, a $15.00 examination-processing fee is paid on behalf of bar

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Father's Group Starting

News from Social Services posted on Fri, 08/30/2013 - 5:45pm
Dads' Group: For fathers, stepdads, grandfathers, foster dads or any father role

Dads' Group: For fathers, stepdads, grandfathers, foster dads or any father role

Father’s, stepdads, grandfather’s, foster dads or any male in a father role is welcome to attend a father’s group beginning September 19, 2013. The group will meet from 6-8pm on Thursdays at the Depot at JCC’s Olean Campus.

SR. SOCIAL SERVICES EXAMINER #72632 DEPARTMENTAL PROMOTION

Vacancy: Eligible List may be used to fill vacancies which may occur within Cattaraugus County Department of Social Services.

Fee Paid By Employer:  Pursuant to the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the County of Cattaraugus and CSEA/AFSCME Local 1000, a $15.00 examination-processing fee is paid on behalf of bargaining unit members participating in this examination.

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SOCIAL SERVICES EXAMINER TRAINEE #72631 DEPARTMENTAL PROMOTION

VacancyEligible List may be used to fill vacancies which may occur within Cattaraugus County Department of Social Services.

Fee Paid By Employer.  Pursuant to the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the County of Cattaraugus and CSEA/AFSCME Local 1000, a $15.00 examination-processing fee is paid on behalf of bargaining unit members participating in this examination.

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2012-2013 Home Energy Assistance Program

News from Aging, Social Services posted on Thu, 12/13/2012 - 1:42pm
Help with HEAP

Help with HEAP

You may qualify for assistance with your home energy costs this 2012-2013 Winter Season in Cattaraugus County.

Principal Account Clerk #71290 (PROMOTIONAL)

VacancyEligible List may be used to fill vacancies which may occur the Cattaraugus County Department of Social Services

Salary:   $19.04 - $21.17 per hour (Grade 19-General Unit) Employees hired on, or after 1/1/04

$19.04 - $22.74 per hour (Grade 19-General Unit) Employees hired prior to 1/1/04

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Unit Supervisor #70717 PROMOTIONAL

VacancyEligible List may be used to fill vacancies which may occur within Cattaraugus County Department of Social Services.

Fee Paid By Employer.  Pursuant to the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the County of Cattaraugus and CSEA/AFSCME Local 1000, a $10.00 examination-processing fee is paid on behalf of bargaining unit members participating in this examination.

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Case Supervisor #70718 PROMOTONAL

Vacancy:  Eligible List may be used to fill vacancies which may occur within Cattaraugus County Department of Social Services.

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Home Care

The Home Care Unit oversees the Long Term Home Care Services provided by the Health Department. It determines eligibility for personal care services. Each individual in personal care receives a plan of care developed to insure that the physical, emotional and social needs are met and hours of care are authorized.

The goal of the unit is to maintain individuals in their homes as long as possible, not only is it more economical than institutional care, but more importantly it provides independence, self-worth and the comfort of remaining in their own homes.

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