The average pay for a Caseworker Child Placement is DKK 350,916 a year and DKK 169 an hour in Aalborg, Denmark.
The average salary range for a Caseworker Child Placement is between DKK 254,671 and DKK 430,516.
On average, a High School Degree is the highest level of education for a Caseworker Child Placement.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Aalborg, Denmark.
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Aids parents with child rearing problems and children and youth with difficulties in social adjustments: investigates home conditions to protect children from harmful environment.
Evaluates children's physical and psychological makeup to determine needs.
Refers child and parent or guardian to community resources according to needs of child.
Evaluates foster home environmental factors and personal characteristics of adoption applicants to determine suitability of foster home and adoption applicants.
Places and is responsible for children and their well-being in foster or adoptive homes, institutions, and medical treatment centers.
Counsels children and parents, guardians, foster parents, or institution staff, concerning adjustment to foster home situation, plans for child's care, interactional behavior modifications needed, or rehabilitation.
Places children in adoptive homes and counsels adoptive parents pending legal adoption.
Provides service to unmarried parents, including care during pregnancy and planning for child.
Arranges for day care or homemaker service.
Employed in establishments such as child placement (foster care or adoption), protective service, or institution.
Maintains case history records and reports.
Usually required to have knowledge and skill in casework methods acquired through degree program at school of social work.
May specialize in specific area of child-directed casework and be designated according to work performed as caseworker, child placement; caseworker, protective services.
Aalborg (, also US: , Danish: [ˈɒlpɒːˀ] (listen)), also spelt Ålborg, is Denmark's fourth largest city with an urban population of 139,016.
The twin city Nørresundby is 600 metres (2,000 ft) across the Limfjord. With a population of 215,379 (as of 2018), the Municipality of Aalborg is the third most populous in the country after Copenhagen and Aarhus. By road Aalborg is 64 kilometres (40 mi) southwest of Frederikshavn, and 118 kilometres (73 mi) north of Aarhus. The distance to Copenhagen is 412 kilometres (256 mi).
The earliest settlements date to around AD 700. Aalborg's position at the narrowest point on the Limfjord...