Q) I have applied for the CPI investigator position. I have prior experience as a corrections officer and have a 2 year accredited degree in psychology. I have been trying to run from what I have been called to do and I am at a point in my life where I am ready to answer the call. I want to help children out of bad situations. Is there any way for me to speak with someone to get my name in the running as a CPI Investigator?
A) Great to hear that you are interested in becoming a CPI investigator and want to make a positive impact on children’s lives. To get your name in the running and learn more about the position, I would recommend contacting your local Department of Children and Families (DCF) office or visiting their website to inquire about the application process and any qualifications needed for the position. They will be the best source of information regarding the hiring process and any requirements that you may need to fulfill.
Additionally, you may want to consider networking with professionals in the field, such as current CPI investigators or social workers, to gain insights into the job and learn about any potential opportunities or leads. I hope this information helps and wish you the best of luck in pursuing your passion to help children.
I’m glad to hear that you are ready to answer the call. You can contact your local Department of Children and Families (DCF) office to inquire about the position and how to apply. You can also visit the DCF website to learn more about the position and the qualifications needed