Members of the supervisory staff of an agency which provides child welfare services are responsible for:
(a) Providing their staff with consultation and day-to-day training;
(b) Management, including the delegation of functions regarding casework to their staff and assistance with the development and implementation of case plans; and
(c) Ensuring that the goals of their program of child welfare services are achieved.
2. Supervisory staff must have technical knowledge and skills in the field of child welfare, and demonstrated ability in promoting effective practices and the coordination of services and training.
Supervisors employed after July 1, 1988, must have at least:
(a) A bachelor's degree in social work, or in a related field of human service, and 3 years of related experience; or
(b) A license to engage in social work as an associate in social work and 3 years of related experience.
Nev. Admin. Code § 432B.110
Welfare Div., Standards for Child Protective Services part Art. II-E, eff. 9-11-87-NAC A by Div. of Child & Fam. Services, 7-8-96; R045-02, 7-23-2002