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Recruiting Organization: Guardian Partners

Guardians are appointed by the Court to make decisions on behalf of people who are unable to make those decisions for themselves. Most Guardians are caring and responsible individuals. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Guardian Partners was started with the goal of providing oversight to ensure that Protected Persons are being treated with the utmost dignity and respect. Volunteer Case Monitors are at the heart of this mission to keep vulnerable Oregonians safe and thriving. Case Monitors provide oversight of guardianship cases involving seniors and disabled adults.

** Currently, all monitoring will be done virtually to ensure the safety of Case Monitors, Guardians, and Protected Persons with the intention to offer in person visits when safe to do so. Some travel may be necessary.

Case Monitors are given training and ongoing support to be successful. Once assigned a case, the Case Monitor will coordinate and conduct video interviews with seniors and people with disabilities, their Guardians, and additional collateral contacts in order to corroborate information regarding quality of life. Once all interviews are completed, the Case Monitor will furnish a report to the Court, identifying any evidence of abuse or neglect as well as any recommendations.

  • Typical cases require six to ten hours of time; commitment to monitoring at least 10 cases.
  • Highly flexible--can be scheduled on your time, at your convenience.
  • Operating in Clackamas, Douglas, Lane, Marion, Multnomah, Tillamook and Yamhill Counties.
  • The difference you make in a Protected Person’s life can be profound!

Our organization was founded to prevent abuse and our Monitors provide the critical oversight to verify that Protected People are living their best lives.

Duties :

· Review court records to determine why Guardianship is in place.

· Schedule and conduct interviews (virtual/phone) with Protected Person and Guardian(s).

· Share information, resources, and referrals to services with Guardian and Protected Person.

· Monitor for signs of abuse or neglect and report immediately.

· Schedule and conduct additional interviews, as necessary, with others in the Protected Person’s life.

· Complete a report on interview findings, which is filed with Guardian Partners and the Court.

· Participate in Monitor continuing education trainings.

Qualifications :

· Those with interest or background in the fields of law, social work, and healthcare make a good fit, although it is not necessary.

· The chief qualifications include emotional intelligence, good communication, strong initiative, and the ability to conduct respectful, yet thorough and comprehensive interviews.

· Must be age 21 or over.

· Access to a vehicle strongly encouraged (including car-sharing and ride-hailing companies, i.e. Car2Go, Lyft, etc. This can be reimbursed by Guardian Partners.)


1. In person or virtual initial interview with Program Staff.

2. Background check, paperwork and fingerprints required.

3. In person or virtual training with Monitoring Coordinator and/or Monitoring Specialist (2 hours).

4. Completion of Guardianship of Adults and Conservator Course (online; 2.5 hours).

5. Shadow two monitored cases with the Monitoring Specialist.


Case Monitoring is extremely flexible. Nearly all aspects can be arranged at a time that is convenient for the Monitor, including evenings and weekends. Guardian Partners’ staff availability is generally 9am to 5pm on weekdays.

Diversity Policy

Guardian Partners is committed to encouraging diversity both in its role as an employer and as a provider of services.

Guardian Partners aims to create a culture that respects and values each other’s differences, that promotes dignity, equality and diversity, and that encourages individuals to develop and maximize their true potential.

The purpose of this policy is to provide equality and fairness for all in our employment and in the provision of services. Guardian Partners uses this policy to guide our work, internally and externally, and expresses our commitment to engaging the full range of people in our community, encompassing but not limited to age, disability status, economic circumstance, ethnicity, gender, race, religion and sexual orientation.

Achieving this Diversity Policy requires an enduring commitment to inclusion woven throughout our organizational culture, values, norms and behaviors.


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