Plans, implements, and supports activities for 98 families; and provides home-based personal visits once per month to 45 families from caseload.
Serves as an advocate for POAH families and as a liaison between families, the program, and the larger community.
Plans and implements developmentally appropriate home based activities utilizing the Parent As Teacher curriculum.
Provides children and encourages parent participation with group socialization experiences.
Facilitates parent’s active involvement in the home visit by presenting appropriate activities to the parent to present to the child.
Works jointly with parents to develop home visit and activity plans based on each child’s assessment and identified family needs.
Integrates other components, i.e. health and wellness, nutrition, mental health, parent involvement and special needs into the home visit.
Maintains and preserves a confidential family file.
Maintain weekly contact with each client caseload.
Maintains enrollment throughout the program year through various recruitment strategies.
Serves as an advocate for families and as a liaison between families, the program, and the community.
Collaborates with community partners to link clients with Early Intervention and other services as appropriate.
Participates in on-going training and staff development and participates in workshops and conferences.
Plans and implements appropriate family/parent educational activities and function as a member of the program team.
Contributes to the Agency’s efforts related to prevention and integrated service delivery with other community providers. Demonstrates knowledge of the Agency’s Continuous Quality Improvement Activities.
Contributes to the inter-system collaboration with other service providers to improve social service delivery systems.
Attends regularly scheduled team and agency staff meetings.
Implements procedures for the recruitment, enrollment & engagement of eligible families.
Completes other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in Child Development, Early Childhood Education or a related field required.
Experience with ETO software.
Sensitivity to cultural diversity is required. Ability to communicate and cooperate with diverse families, various professionals and community groups.
Competent in Microsoft Office tools and inputting services in an online database.
Must be willing to work some evenings and/or weekends. In addition, working 1st and 3rd Saturday rotation.