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Social service managers plan and organize the activities of a social service program or community outreach organization. They manage the budget and oversee aspects of the program such as participant involvement, benefits and program requirements. Some may supervise social workers, probation officers or counselors.

Responsibilities

  • Coordinate with other agencies
  • Evaluate the performance of employees
  • Create and oversee administrative procedures
  • Implement staff training programs
  • Document all services provided and prepare reports
  • Complete new client assessments in order to develop a plan
  • Provide information and referrals for appropriate services
  • Attend interagency case management meetings
  • Provide crisis intervention when necessary

Job Characteristics

Social service managers need good communication and organization skills. Compassion, patience and a desire to help other people are important aspects of the job.

Employment Outlook

In 2007 the median annual earnings for social service managers was $54,530. In 2006 their were approximately 130,000 jobs in the profession. From 2006 to 2016 the employment growth rate is projected to be much faster than the average for all occupations. The expected rise in employment is primarily due to the projected increase in demand for social services such as public welfare, child protective services and family services.

The need for assistance will also increase due to the growing elderly population. In addition, many employers are increasingly relying on social services assistants. The number of jobs in public and private social services agencies can fluctuate based on need and government funding levels.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Many colleges and universities offer bachelor's and master's degrees in social work. Master's degree programs offer the knowledge and skills required to perform clinical assessments, manage large caseloads, supervise a department and utilize social services to meet the needs of clients. Typically the master's degree programs are completed in two years and include at least 900 hours of supervised field training or participation in an internship. Part-time programs may take four years to complete. Some colleges offer master's degrees in social services policy or administration.

Usually master's degree programs do not require a bachelor's degree in social work. However, most master's degree programs provide advanced standing for those that have a bachelor's degree from an accredited social work program. For those without a bachelor's degree in social work, classes in subjects such as sociology, psychology, social work, biology, political science and economics are recommended. Also, learning a second language can be helpful.

Manager and supervisory positions for social services agencies or departments typically require an advanced degree and related work experience. Those with a bachelor's degree in the subject are prepared for direct service positions such as a caseworker.

All the states have licensing, certification or registration requirements for social work practice and for the use of professional titles. The standards for licensing vary by state. Those with a master's degree in social work and have experience may be eligible for a credential from the Academy of Certified Social Workers or the Qualified Clinical Social Worker credential.

Resources

Major Employers

The primary employers are state and local governments.

Schools for Social Service Managers are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Social Service Managers

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Social Service Managers jobs , as of 2015

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hoover 260 $61,790
Birmingham 260 $61,790
Montgomery 140 $57,990
Mobile 140 $62,000
Huntsville 120 $52,550
Tuscaloosa 70 $53,450
Daphne 30 $60,290
Foley 30 $60,290
Fairhope 30 $60,290
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 140 $79,980
Fairbanks 50 $87,970
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Scottsdale 970 $69,490
Mesa 970 $69,490
Phoenix 970 $69,490
Tucson 420 $55,250
Prescott 70 $55,670
Flagstaff 60 $58,760
Kingman 30 $53,150
Lake Havasu City 30 $53,150
Yuma 30 $58,590
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 490 $51,870
North Little Rock 490 $51,870
Little Rock 490 $51,870
Hot Springs 70 $61,100
Jonesboro 60 $50,950
Pine Bluff 40 $49,150
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Long Beach 4970 $69,620
Los Angeles 4970 $69,620
Anaheim 4970 $69,620
Hayward 2860 $66,680
Oakland 2860 $66,680
San Francisco 2860 $66,680
Carlsbad 1060 $65,460
San Diego 1060 $65,460
Riverside 1010 $62,150
Ontario 1010 $62,150
San Bernardino 1010 $62,150
Arden 870 $61,600
Arcade 870 $61,600
Roseville 870 $61,600
Sacramento 870 $61,600
Santa Clara 540 $74,690
Sunnyvale 540 $74,690
San Jose 540 $74,690
Fresno 330 $65,800
Ventura 230 $72,700
Thousand Oaks 230 $72,700
Oxnard 230 $72,700
Santa Rosa 210 $73,210
Visalia 180 $63,020
Porterville 180 $63,020
Santa Barbara 180 $65,490
Santa Maria 180 $65,490
Lodi 180 $70,320
Stockton 180 $70,320
Salinas 160 $62,180
Bakersfield 160 $74,710
Santa Cruz 140 $65,890
Watsonville 140 $65,890
Modesto 120 $63,530
Chico 90 $63,510
Vallejo 90 $64,660
Fairfield 90 $64,660
Redding 90 $81,570
Arroyo Grande 80 $55,550
San Luis Obispo 80 $55,550
Paso Robles 80 $55,550
El Centro 50 $59,330
Merced 50 $61,370
Madera 50 $83,010
Napa 40 $61,190
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 740 $60,480
Lakewood 740 $60,480
Denver 740 $60,480
Colorado Springs 160 $85,140
Boulder 100 $77,560
Fort Collins 70 $70,650
Grand Junction 50 $72,660
Pueblo 40 $74,200
Greeley 40 $79,080
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hartford 1120 $67,140
East Hartford 1120 $67,140
West Hartford 1120 $67,140
Bridgeport 860 $67,680
Norwalk 860 $67,680
Stamford 860 $67,680
New Haven 620 $68,690
Waterbury 240 $58,540
Danbury 100 $68,160
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 140 $58,570
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 1140 $73,110
West Palm Beach 1140 $73,110
Miami 1140 $73,110
Clearwater 510 $70,820
St. Petersburg 510 $70,820
Tampa 510 $70,820
Kissimmee 370 $62,670
Sanford 370 $62,670
Orlando 370 $62,670
Jacksonville 270 $69,410
North Port 160 $61,450
Bradenton 160 $61,450
Sarasota 160 $61,450
Fort Myers 150 $57,200
Cape Coral 150 $57,200
Gainesville 110 $65,930
Tallahassee 100 $82,540
Daytona Beach 90 $60,310
Ormond Beach 90 $60,310
Deltona 90 $60,310
Melbourne 90 $69,500
Palm Bay 90 $69,500
Titusville 90 $69,500
Port St. Lucie 90 $79,250
Brent 80 $59,880
Ferry Pass 80 $59,880
Pensacola 80 $59,880
Lakeland 70 $66,480
Winter Haven 70 $66,480
Immokalee 50 $70,800
Naples 50 $70,800
Marco Island 50 $70,800
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 1100 $69,060
Atlanta 1100 $69,060
Sandy Springs 1100 $69,060
Savannah 70 $60,480
Macon 60 $50,780
Clarke County 40 $42,280
Athens 40 $42,280
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 470 $58,550
Lahaina 50 $65,330
Wailuku 50 $65,330
Kahului 50 $65,330
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 440 $47,370
Idaho Falls 120 $48,270
Coeur d'Alene 90 $52,900
Pocatello 40 $47,780
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Peoria 210 $56,010
Rockford 100 $50,080
Springfield 90 $61,820
Urbana 80 $60,400
Champaign 80 $60,400
Bloomington 70 $57,200
Carbondale 60 $47,190
Marion 60 $47,190
Kankakee 50 $67,180
Decatur N/A $50,380
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 610 $56,220
Carmel 610 $56,220
Indianapolis 610 $56,220
Fort Wayne 340 $54,010
Elkhart 70 $46,230
Goshen 70 $46,230
Bloomington 70 $51,840
Terre Haute 60 $43,870
Lafayette 50 $36,870
West Lafayette 50 $36,870
Columbus 50 $46,980
La Porte 40 N/A
Michigan City 40 N/A
Muncie 40 $38,220
Kokomo 40 $47,450
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 560 $54,360
Des Moines 560 $54,360
Waterloo 180 $47,740
Cedar Falls 180 $47,740
Cedar Rapids 170 $57,050
Iowa City 110 $47,820
Dubuque 90 $45,570
Ames 40 $48,800
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 210 $55,320
Topeka 120 $51,310
Lawrence 50 $53,230
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 290 $61,190
Fayette 290 $61,190
Bowling Green 130 $50,620
Owensboro 80 $50,460
Fort Knox 60 $50,650
Elizabethtown 60 $50,650
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baton Rouge 600 $70,280
New Orleans 550 $60,730
Metairie 550 $60,730
Bossier City 140 $50,890
Shreveport 140 $50,890
Alexandria 90 $68,750
Lafayette 80 $55,740
Lake Charles 60 $51,540
Houma 60 $62,610
Thibodaux 60 $62,610
Monroe 60 $63,740
Hammond 40 $58,560
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 290 $55,360
Portland 290 $55,360
Bangor 210 $52,400
Auburn 50 $58,790
Lewiston 50 $58,790
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 1190 $70,430
Towson 1190 $70,430
Columbia 1190 $70,430
Lexington Park 40 $60,360
California 40 $60,360
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 180 $70,750
Leominster 100 $64,170
Gardner 100 $64,170
New Bedford 90 $65,040
Pittsfield 50 $53,590
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Warren 1420 $61,350
Detroit 1420 $61,350
Dearborn 1420 $61,350
Wyoming 480 $59,560
Grand Rapids 480 $59,560
East Lansing 220 $63,310
Lansing 220 $63,310
Ann Arbor 180 $67,970
Portage 160 $61,670
Kalamazoo 160 $61,670
Flint 110 $72,110
Saginaw 90 $64,260
Battle Creek 80 $74,810
Benton Harbor 50 $51,280
Niles 50 $51,280
Monroe 50 $56,910
Muskegon 50 $57,890
Midland 50 $60,670
Jackson 50 $62,130
Bay City 40 $60,210
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 130 $62,230
St. Cloud 80 $70,950
North Mankato 60 $78,260
Mankato 60 $78,260
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 280 $43,630
Pascagoula 60 $39,720
Biloxi 60 $39,720
Gulfport 60 $39,720
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jefferson City 160 $52,230
Springfield 130 $49,620
Columbia 80 $60,390
Joplin 30 $47,150
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 100 $55,520
Missoula 90 $47,170
Great Falls 30 $51,770
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 220 $60,450
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 430 $59,230
Henderson 430 $59,230
Las Vegas 430 $59,230
Reno 190 $64,430
Carson City 40 $71,090
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 100 $67,380
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 360 $87,450
Atlantic City 100 $80,430
Hammonton 100 $80,430
Vineland 80 $69,750
Bridgeton 80 $69,750
Ocean City 50 $79,260
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 380 $65,020
Santa Fe 210 $73,220
Las Cruces 80 $53,610
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albany 680 $86,190
Troy 680 $86,190
Schenectady 680 $86,190
Rochester 570 $72,210
Niagara Falls 510 $69,900
Cheektowaga 510 $69,900
Buffalo 510 $69,900
Syracuse 320 $68,240
Utica 130 $64,090
Rome 130 $64,090
Ithaca 100 $69,950
Binghamton 100 $70,640
Glens Falls 70 $70,880
Kingston 70 $83,060
Elmira 50 $74,400
Fort Drum 40 $66,770
Watertown 40 $66,770
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 250 $71,150
Durham 160 $71,560
Chapel Hill 160 $71,560
Greensboro 150 $55,920
High Point 150 $55,920
Salem 120 $54,950
Winston 120 $54,950
Asheville 120 $61,890
Fayetteville 110 $55,480
Morganton 70 $71,860
Lenoir 70 $71,860
Hickory 70 $71,860
Wilmington 60 $64,750
Greenville 50 $64,550
New Bern 40 $49,460
Rocky Mount 30 $62,070
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 310 $64,150
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbus 890 $71,740
Cleveland 790 $65,170
Elyria 790 $65,170
Dayton 320 $70,860
Akron 250 $69,500
Toledo 180 $60,410
Massillon 90 $55,850
Canton 90 $55,850
Lima 60 $58,540
Springfield 50 $65,090
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 460 $53,310
Tulsa 220 $59,680
Lawton 50 $48,880
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salem 290 $60,470
Eugene 240 $52,620
Medford 140 $60,480
Redmond 120 $57,610
Bend 120 $57,610
Corvallis 70 $51,680
Grants Pass 70 $67,240
Albany 60 $57,590
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 1050 $63,080
Harrisburg 420 $70,550
Carlisle 420 $70,550
Hazleton 240 $56,110
Barre 240 $56,110
Wilkes 240 $56,110
Scranton 240 $56,110
Lancaster 220 $60,300
Reading 170 $65,650
Erie 160 $59,950
York 130 $56,600
Hanover 130 $56,600
Johnstown 110 $49,340
State College 80 $49,660
Williamsport 80 $55,120
Altoona 80 $57,040
Chambersburg 60 $66,080
Waynesboro 60 $66,080
East Stroudsburg 50 $61,610
Gettysburg 40 $55,230
Bloomsburg 40 $55,590
Berwick 40 $55,590
Lebanon 40 $62,340
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Caguas 250 $40,110
Carolina 250 $40,110
San Juan 250 $40,110
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 180 $57,670
Mauldin 180 $57,670
Greenville 180 $57,670
Columbia 160 $52,240
Charleston 140 $49,980
North Charleston 140 $49,980
Spartanburg 50 $58,060
Florence 40 $61,060
Bluffton 40 $61,220
Hilton Head Island 40 $61,220
Beaufort 40 $61,220
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 100 $68,690
Rapid City 40 $65,840
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 700 $59,740
Franklin 700 $59,740
Davidson 700 $59,740
Nashville 700 $59,740
Knoxville 230 $50,780
Jackson 70 $66,340
Johnson City 50 $51,770
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Worth 870 $70,710
Dallas 870 $70,710
Arlington 870 $70,710
Houston 690 $69,360
Sugar Land 690 $69,360
The Woodlands 690 $69,360
Round Rock 420 $70,500
Austin 420 $70,500
New Braunfels 320 $74,300
San Antonio 320 $74,300
El Paso 140 $56,950
Waco 100 $66,290
Mission 80 $66,690
Edinburg 80 $66,690
McAllen 80 $66,690
Temple 70 $69,890
Killeen 70 $69,890
Brownsville 60 $54,550
Harlingen 60 $54,550
Amarillo 50 $61,300
Corpus Christi 40 $56,400
Longview 40 $58,680
Lubbock 30 $50,670
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 540 $59,810
Provo 210 $56,080
Orem 210 $56,080
Ogden 130 $48,250
Clearfield 130 $48,250
St. George 60 $49,960
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 240 $67,480
Burlington 240 $67,480
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 660 $73,070
Roanoke 140 $65,380
Charlottesville 130 $73,390
Christiansburg 50 $58,830
Blacksburg 50 $58,830
Radford 50 $58,830
Lynchburg 50 $81,340
Waynesboro 30 $68,290
Staunton 30 $68,290
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Seattle 1440 $65,010
Tacoma 1440 $65,010
Bellevue 1440 $65,010
Spokane 230 $63,970
Spokane Valley 230 $63,970
Tumwater 150 $62,390
Olympia 150 $62,390
Bellingham 100 $56,530
Bremerton 70 $57,620
Silverdale 70 $57,620
Yakima 60 $56,490
Kennewick 50 $57,450
Richland 50 $57,450
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 80 $69,890
Morgantown 40 $54,050
Beckley 40 $63,850
Parkersburg 30 $49,340
Vienna 30 $49,340
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Milwaukee 1110 $58,140
Waukesha 1110 $58,140
West Allis 1110 $58,140
Madison 710 $58,560
Green Bay 310 $60,930
Appleton 120 $57,590
Eau Claire 110 $66,690
Neenah 90 $49,350
Oshkosh 90 $49,350
Beloit 80 $46,810
Janesville 80 $46,810
Racine 80 $56,920
Sheboygan 60 $48,400
Wausau 60 $56,410
Fond du Lac 60 $61,550
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Casper 70 $57,420
Cheyenne 60 $70,990

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Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Social Service 40,520 34% $51,400
Government 28,370 24% $62,690
Non-profit 16,920 14% $52,760
Nursing And Residential Care 13,810 11% $49,080
Medical Office 4,190 3% $60,420
Hospital 3,990 3% $68,850
Education 3,890 3% $59,300
Business Management 3,070 2% $60,110
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