The Bureau of Indian Affairs is the lead agency for the United States in carrying on a government-to-government relationship and carry out the responsibility to protect and improve the trust assets of American Indians, Indian tribes and Alaska Natives.
"READVERTISEMENT: APPLICANTS WHO PREVIOUSLY APPLIED UNDER THIS VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE CONSIDERED AND NEED NOT RE-APPLY. YOU MAY PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR DOCUMENTATION WHICH WAS NOT PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED."
This position is located in the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Rocky Mountain Region, Crow Agency; and you can find more information specific to our organization at http://www.bia.gov/WhoWeAre/index.htm
INDIAN PREFERENCE: Preference in filling vacancies is given to qualified Indian candidates in accordance with the Indian Preference Act of 1934 (Title 25, USC, Section 472). Verification Form BIA-4432 must be submitted with the application if claiming Indian Preference. Indian preference eligibles that are not currently employed in the Federal service will be appointed under the Excepted Service Appointment Authority Schedule A, 213.3112(A) (7).
FORMER FEDERAL EMPLOYEES: Former federal employees are required to indicate whether they received a Voluntary Separation Incentive Payment (VSIP) buyout in their previous employment with the Federal government, and are required to submit a copy of the applicable Notification of Personnel Action (SF-50) regarding the VSIP. The majority of individuals, who accept reemployment with the Federal government within 5 years of receiving the VSIP amount, must repay the gross amount of the separation pay prior to reemployment.
Veterans Employment Opportunities Act (VEOA)
As a Social Worker, you will;
- Develop and improve services aimed at Child Welfare and Family services.
- Receive child neglect, sexual abuse and physical abuse complaints and conducts investigations.
- Serve on the Child Protection team as case manager of assigned cases.
- Develop and improve services aimed at Meth affected families.
- Provide home services to families to prevent the removal of children from parents.
- Occasional Travel
- Required for home visits, some visits are off reservation areas.