The Jobcenter Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis is an authority in the area of the Black Forest-Baar district, which is responsible for the implementation of the basic security for jobseekers under the Second Book of social law (SGB II).
The task of the Jobcenter Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis is to provide benefits under the SGB II and to give the affected people the prospect and opportunity to make a living from their own resources and resources in the future by “promoting and demanding”.
The Jobcentre is run as a joint institution of the Agency for Labour Rottweil – Villingen-Schwenningen and the Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis (municipal institution).
The management of the work of the Jobcenter and its integration into the local political, social and economic structures of the Black Forest-Baar Circle takes place through the committees of the sponsoring assembly and the local advisory board. The managing director of the Jobcenter Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis is responsible for the operational implementation.
The internal structure of the Jobcenter Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis is based on active and passive performance law.
Employment agents and case managers are responsible for the employment benefits for integration into work (active benefits). Cash benefits (passive benefits) are granted by employees in the benefit sector.
The functional competence of employees in active benefit law is regulated by age and place of residence and in passive benefit law by spatial areas (municipalities).