· Provide home-based services including parent/child interaction activities to families.
· Provide support, education, and information on relevant topics to including child development, parenting, and family education through home and center-based services.
· Follows PAT curriculum guidelines along with additional requirements from the funding partner.
· Conducts family assessments to determine needs for case management and other referrals as well as the development of an IFSP.
· Conducts developmental screening, home-based and center based services, referrals and advocacy. Supports the family in reaching their identified goals and supports parents identify tools and skills to foment their child’s health development.
· Prepare and submit appropriate documentation and reports, maintain client records in accordance to professional standards and funder requirements.
· Present case material and request information from other center staff during weekly meetings.
· Represent organization at meetings and attend conferences as requested
· Assist in recruiting eligible families for home visiting program and maintain caseload.
· Attend the PAT Training for certification and training on Principles of Family Support.
· Collaborate with other agencies and services.
· Assist childcare staff with planning center activities and services, which reflects families’ needs and interests.
· Perform other duties as assigned
· Meets regularly with PI Coordinator to discuss and review cases.
· Maintain required screenings, update immunizations, educational status, WIC appointments, and family planning for participants and their children.
· Attends and participants in all meeting, conference, in-service training required by Family Focus.
· Facilitate groups at center and collaborating organizations as needed.
· Participate in all center wide trainings, activities, and meetings.
· Work in a team environment.
· Work in other components/capacities as deem necessary by the Center Director to accomplish Family Focus’ Mission.
· Participate in fundraising activities.
· Minimum of a Bachelor of Arts degree (B.A.) in Human Services, Early Childhood Education, or a related field.
· Experience in child development, early childhood education, social work, or related field.
· Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.
· Knowledge and understanding of community.
· Requires extensive local travel and some evening and weekend hours
· Must have access to reliable and efficient transportation that will allow for the completion of caseload responsibility
Family Focus values a diverse and inclusive workplace and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions are based on agency needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications. Qualified applicants will be considered in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.