FSD regularly recruits case aides to help social workers with case management and client services. The work may include:
- Gathering information for case files
- Administrative support
- Client interaction for contact visits
- Taking children and clients to appointments
Where are the positions located?
FSD case aides work primarily out of our 12 district offices located throughout the State.
What types of positions are available?
Click on the links below to read the job specifications (Vermont Department of Human Resources website. Specific casework duties vary from district to district, based on the needs of each district.
Where can I find current job postings and apply online?
- Go to the
What are the benefits of working for the State?
Working for the state comes with many benefits, including paid leave, health and dental insurance, pension plan, life insurance, and more.
To learn more about these benefits:
- Go to the Employee's section of the Vermont Department of Human Resources website
- Go to the New Employee Orientation section of the Vermont Department of Human Resources website
In addition to the benefits afforded all state employees, our social workers have ongoing opportunities for professional development. And they may be eligible to receive tuition assistance to pursue their MSW.
"If you're right for the job, it's the best job in the world! If you think you're up the challenge, please take the time to find out more about us and the work we do.
~ Karen Shea, Family Services Deputy Commissioner