CASA of Pueblo is seeking qualified candidates that are ambitious, self-motivated, creative and hard working for the position of Case Supervisor to work in our Pueblo Office located at 130 W. Abriendo Ave.

CASA of Pueblo is committed to equal opportunity employment and does not discriminate against employees, applicants, or volunteers because of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, veteran status, and marital status.

This position is 32 hours per week (0.8 FTE) position with some weekend and evening commitments required. 


INSTRUCTIONS (Please Review Carefully)


  • Download the Employment Application (pdf format below).

  • Attach a Cover Letter and Resume (or Curriculum Vita)

  • Mail the completed application and attachments. 

  • Deadline to Apply is May 31, 2021 or until the position is filled


Mail the completed application and attachments to:


Zane Grant, LCSW

CASA of Pueblo

130 W. Abriendo Ave.

Pueblo, CO  81004-4224


Please read the following requirements:


  • Hand delivered applications will not be considered.  Please mail your packet.

  • Please do not call the CASA office with questions.  Questions are welcome via email at zane@casaofpueblo.org

  • Applications must be complete with all attachments to be considered.




The Case Supervisor provides professional staff support to CASA volunteers ensuring that children and youth involved with the CASA of Pueblo program receive quality advocacy. The Case Supervisor position is responsible for volunteer supervision and coordination of cases involving youth ages birth to 18. 


Classification: Exempt Employee

Salary Range: $24,960 - $28,288 for 32 hours per week based on relevant education and experience.




  • Minimum Qualifications:

    • Must be a minimum of 21 years of age.

    • Have no felony convictions or be listed on the Colorado TRAILS system, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation or any other abuse registries.

    • Bachelor's degree in human service-related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.

    • The ability to communicate with, supervise and empower volunteers to be effective in their roles.

    • The ability to work cooperatively with different types of personalities.

    • Public speaking/writing skills and strong interpersonal skills.

    • Ability to manage and prioritize a large workload and work quickly and accurately with few mistakes.

    • Must have reliable transportation to attend out-of-town meetings as well as in-town meetings and home visits with a valid license and insurance.

    • Job duties, at times, may require flexible work hours outside of regular business hours or scheduled work hours.

    • Advanced knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office programs.

    • A commitment to CASA's goals and mission.

  • Preferred Qualifications:

    • Experience supervising volunteers

    • Knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics within families in crisis relating to child abuse and neglect as well as knowledge of Dependency and Neglect court actions and Child Welfare laws.

    • Bi-lingual Speaking and Writing Skills




The Case Supervisor is hired by the Executive Director of the program and the Case Supervisor reports directly to the Program Director.  The Program Director and Executive Director are responsible for his/her performance evaluations.




  • Complete CASA training and office training.

  • Assist in the recruiting, screening, interviewing and training of new volunteers.

  • Submitting and tracking background check information regarding volunteers.

  • Review new cases and assign appropriate volunteers in consultation with the Program Director.

  • Prepare and distribute assignment documentation.

  • Help develop initial case plans and on‑going strategies for advocacy.

  • Review, finalize and submit/distribute volunteer court reports.

  • Maintain volunteer files and case files in office.

  • Attend court hearings and track court dates.

  • Participate in Colorado CASA meetings in Denver as assigned.

  • Provide ongoing supervision, assistance, and consultation for volunteers. 

  • Participate in volunteer evaluations as assigned by the Program Director.

  • Oversee assigned projects and assist with identified needs.

  • Attend staff meetings and assist in the evaluation of the program.

  • Attend in-service trainings and assist with coordination as required. 

  • Assist in volunteer appreciation and fundraising events as well as other special events that represent CASA of Pueblo as assigned.

  • Provide office coverage as assigned by the Program Director.

  • Complete work time sheets monthly.

  • Data entry and statistical data recording.

  • Attend conferences/seminars/meetings as requested by the Program Director or Executive Director.

  • Participate in performance evaluations of this position as directed by the Program Director and Executive Director.

  • Other duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director or the Chairman of the Board.

Case Supervisor