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    Bus Driver

    Location: Greeley, Brighton and Grand Junction              Apply For this Job

    JOB TITLE:  Bus Driver $15.39/hr

    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Center Supervisor

    GENERAL SUMMARY:

    Transportation is one part of a large system of services provided to children and families. It plays an important role in supporting the overall goals of the program. This position is responsible for ensuring the safe and efficient transport of children and parents/families between program activities and home and on field trips and helping to keep the vehicle clean and in safe operating conditions at all times.

    PRIMARY REPONSIBILTIES:

    1) Follows the safest and most efficient routes possible given the location of the children and center, as determined with the staff person in charge of transportation services and with the person in charge at each center.
    2) Obeys all applicable laws and regulations to ensure the safety of passengers.
    3) Maintains route schedule.
    4) Drives for regular class days, organized field trips and occasional evening meetings.

    5) Monitors and maintains all vehicle fluid levels.
    6) Keeps the interior of the vehicle clean at all times.
    7) Cleans the exterior of the vehicle as weather allows.
    8) Maintains required paperwork for vehicle maintenance and program requirements.

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    The minimum requirement is high school diploma or GED and a current in-state Commercial Drivers License (CDL) with a School Bus and/or Passenger endorsement and/or other criteria specifically required by the state.

     

     

     

    Center Supervisor

    Location: Greeley and Brighton              Apply For this Job

    JOB TITLE: Center Supervisor - $1243.51 bi-weekly (CDA) - 1450.76 bi-weekly (BA)

    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Program Director

    GENERAL SUMMARY: 

    This position is responsible for the general and day-to-day operations of a Head Start/Early Head Start center or cluster of outlying centers, covering multiple classrooms, assuring regulatory and legal compliance with federal, state and local regulations, communicating with parents and the community and supervision and monitoring of all staff working at the assigned center(s).  The position may be reassigned to various centers as deemed necessary for program operations. 

    This position is responsible for overall management of the Head Start/Early Head Start facilities by ensuring that all buildings meet federal, state and local licensing requirements pertinent to type of use and that all required licenses are up to date.

    This position is responsible for the overall operation of the Head Start/Early Head Start transportation program ensuring the safe and efficient transport of children and parents/families between program activities and home and on field trips. 

    PRIMARY REPONSIBILTIES:    

    1. Develops and monitors center and staff schedules.

    2. Arranges and schedules substitutes for the center classrooms.

    3. Arranges for family, staff work days for center improvements, fairs, events, etc.

    4. Maintains filing, tracking and documentation systems.

    5. Submits verbal and/or written reports to immediate supervisor or Program Director on the activities and status of the center on a regular basis.

    6. Monitors staff attendance, collects, verifies and signs all staff time sheets and leave requests, verifying accuracy.

    7. With content area managers/specialists/coordinators plans and implements pre-service and ongoing in-service for cooks, teachers, assistant teachers and program aides, etc.

    8. Conducts regular staff meetings.

    9. Arranges for staff training as needed.

    10. Answers telephones in a courteous, helpful manner at all times and take messages or forwards calls as appropriate.

    11. Greets public and visitors, notifying individuals of visitors presenting for meetings and interviews.

    12. Oversees the Head Start/Early Head Start facilities and assures they meet all requirements.

    13. Develops and implements a centralized purchasing system to support facilities with such items as equipment, supplies, repairs and maintenance.

    14. Develops and implements systems for building security and maintenance.

    15. With the center staff provides input to direct the work of drivers.

    16. With the staff person responsible for the safety sensitive program oversees safety-sensitive assurances for the program.

       

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  

    Minimum requirement is current CDA credential with at least two years of experience working with young children and families.  Associate’s degree or higher in early childhood education, child development or other related education or human service degree with experience working with young children preferred.  One year supervisory experience preferred. Some experience in financial management and budgeting preferred.  Previous Head Start/Early Head Start experience preferred. Ability to meet the state requirement(s) for “site director” required.
    Bilingual required (English/Spanish)

     

    Adminstrative Assistant H/R and Fiscal

    Location: Greeley              Apply For this Job

    JOB TITLE:  Adminstrative Assistant H/R and Fiscal - $15.54 hr - HS/GED or higher

    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Program Director

    GENERAL SUMMARY:  

    This position performs all duties as required to ensure accurate and timely processing of accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll and other duties relating to fiscal operations.  Position is responsible for monitoring program expenses, tracking activity in program budget lines and communicating any issues or overspending concerns.

    This position is responsible for the human resources activities of the program including personnel files, ensuring orientation and tracking of staff.  This position is responsible for the smooth operations of an office and other duties related to administration including answering phones, filing, etc. Performs all duties as required by the Program Director and/or immediate supervisor and other duties as assigned relating to the administrative component including, policy and procedure updates, typing, word processing, faxing, acting as receptionist and other clerical duties.

    PRIMARY REPONSIBILTIES:  

    1. Assists in initial development of line item operating budget and assists in the preparation of budget revisions as necessary.
    2. Assists in the initial implementation of purchasing system including ordering, receiving and payment of invoices.Follows the CDI Head Start Fiscal Manual.
    3. Ensures that bids and quotes are received on major purchases as required by federal procurement regulations.Keeps accurate files of all bids, quotes and contract documents including compliance with Davis Bacon Act where appropriate. Follows the CDI Head Start Bid Procurement Manual.
    4. Records general ledger coding on all appropriate approval documentation such as purchase orders and check requests and also records the general ledger coding on all invoices.
    5. Ensures all employee manual timesheets are submitted to the Denver office every two weeks.
    6. Ensures each timesheet has the appropriate signatures, personnel information and accurate totals.
    7. Completes follow-up on timesheets missing information, inaccurate calculations or missing signatures.
    8. Checks addition on timesheets.
    9. Ensures that overtime calculations are correct and have approval.
    10. Distributes employee leave balance information to all supervisors and/or management staff.
    11. Ensures all employee electronic timesheets are ready to be processed every two weeks as scheduled.
    12. Ensures each electronic timesheet has both been verified and approved by the employee and supervisor.
    13. Completes daily follow-up on electronic timekeeping by ensuring employees have clocked in and out as appropriate and all exceptions are researched.
    14. Researches all time discrepancies that the payroll system may flag as possibly being in error. Makes corrections by manually adjusting when necessary.
    15. Tallies monthly in-kind contributions and submits with primary source documentation to Denver on a monthly basis for tracking.
    16. Audits primary source documentation for in-kind to ensure compliance with federal regulations and reconciles where needed.
    17. Provides training and technical assistance to staff on what is acceptable.
    18. Uses the CDI HS Non-Federal Share Handbook In-Kind Guidance document as a guide.
    19. Sets up a system for establishing and maintaining a personnel file for every employee.
    20. Works with the Denver PersonnelFile Specialists to ensure that files are complete, up to date and match the Denver electronic file items required.
    21. Ensures that each file includes current criminal record checks that are clear for all employees and regular volunteers.
    22. Assists with interviews by contacting interview team members, as requested, ensuring forms and space are available.Schedules appointments for job applicants, prepares interview packets and materials, to support hiring lead.
    23. Responsible for new hire paperwork and ensuring that there is an orientation.
    24. Responsible for filing job jackets with posting/advertisement, applications and screening materials for all new positions filled.
    25. Keeps up to date staff spreadsheet (or database such as ADP, Child Plus, etc.) on all employees including name, job title, status (temporarily, part-time), date of hire, date of termination, required trainings, certifications and credentials.
     

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  

    Minimum requirements are a high school diploma or GED with two years direct experience working with purchasing, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll.  Must possess a basic understanding of accounting systems and have at least one year of direct experience working with an accounting system general ledger and budget. AA degree or higher in a related field preferred.  The individual must possess a sound working knowledge of Microsoft Excel.  The position must have the ability to manage numerous tasks, possess good organizational skills, communicate effectively with co-workers and the public, and work collaboratively in a team environment. 

     

    Bilingual helpful. (English/Spanish)

     

    Teacher - Infant/Toddler

    Location: Greeley, Brighton, Olathe and Grand Junction              Apply For this Job

    JOB TITLE:  Teacher - Infant/Toddler:  $1125.79 biweekly (CDA) - $1374.49 (BA or higher)

    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Center Supervisor

    GENERAL SUMMARY:  

    This position serves as a teacher (aka caregiver) in a classroom of Early Head Start infants and toddlers by planning, implementing, and supervising all center-based activities. This position may work with infants and toddlers with developmental delays.  Because this position is one part of a large system of services provided to infants/toddlers and families, this position also serves as a social service referral person and shares responsibility for parent involvement in the program. The position of Teacher works in tandem with the rest of the parts of the system as an integrated team to support the goals of the program. The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.  The position may serve as “site director” for child care licensing purposes.

    PRIMARY REPONSIBILTIES:  

    1. Attends and participates in all required meetings, activities, pre-service and in-service training that includes but is not limited to 15 hours of classroom focused professional development and methods that comply with applicable State and local laws for identifying and reporting child abuse and neglect.
    2. Remains up-to-date on information that pertains to the needs of the children in the program including Head Start Performance Standards, child care licensing regulations and other applicable regulations and practices.
    3. Works as a team member with the other education staff, parents and Parent Committee members to develop curriculum that is meaningful and meets the individual and program needs.
    4. Responsible for the weekly preparation of daily lesson plans, which includes objectives to be posted for parents, volunteers and visitors in the classroom.
    5. Plans and provides developmentally appropriate activities and experiences that advance all areas of children’s development (social, emotional, cognitive, and physical in a manner appropriate to age and stage of development.
    6. Assists in development and implementation of a developmentally appropriate curriculum that focuses on routines and individual child interests and development.
    7. Provides a safe, healthy and well-managed environment so that children will have comfortable learning and growing experiences. Sets up the physical environment to meet the changing needs of infants and toddlers.
    8. Displays and develops material and provides activities related to cultures of the community in order to increase the children’s respect and understanding of their own and other local cultures.
    9. Submits monthly progress reports to the supervisor as scheduled.
    10. Gathers and maintains individual, family and classroom data for documentation, on-going assessment, evaluation, and recordkeeping for successful individual and program planning.
    11. Supervises or orders supplies as needed and takes inventory as requested.
    12. Contributes to the collection and edit processes of correct documentation for the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). This process is important and contributes additional dollars which in turn enhances food delivery.
    13. Is knowledgeable about CACFP requirements regarding portions and components of each meal service.
    14. Sets up system to assure program's needs for parent involvement are met.
    15. Establishes positive and productive relationships with families focusing on a relationship of trust and rapport with the parents of the children.
    16. Encourages the involvement of the families in the program and supporting the development of relationships between children and their families.
    17. Participates in the orientation of parents to Early Head Start throughout the year.
    18. Facilitates and supports monthly Parent Committee meetings at the center.
    19. Collaborates on daily job assignments within the classroom, provides instruction in performing job duties and models appropriate classroom practices.
    20. Sets the standards of the classroom and goals for other classroom staff, monitors progress toward goals, provides regular feedback, and submits performance appraisals (as appropriate) in a timely manner.
     

    Minimum requirement is a current Child Development Associate (CDA) with infant/toddler endorsement and have been trained and meet the State Child Care Licensing requirements or have equivalent coursework in age appropriate early childhood and child development with a focus on infant/toddler development and meet the State Child Care Licensing requirements.  An Associates’ or Bachelors’ degree in early childhood education, child development, family studies, home economics or child care that focuses on infant and toddler development and care or degree in any field with coursework equivalent to CDA credential subject areas and training specific to infant and toddler development is also acceptable.

     

    Bilingual preferred (English/Spanish) 

     

    Assistant Teachers - Preschool

    Location: Greeley, Brighton and Grand Junction              Apply For this Job

    JOB TITLE:  Assistant Teacher - Preschool $11.70/hr (HS/GED) - $13.80/hr (BA or higher)

    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Center Supervisor

    GENERAL SUMMARY:  

    This position works as a part of a teaching team to work as a partner with the teacher/lead teacher in developing activities for preschool (Head Start) children to provide them with varied experiences and an appropriate learning environment. Works with typically developing children and children with disabilities. Assistance is given to the teacher in carrying out the goals, policies, and activities designed to implement educational objectives and performance standards. This position works with families to promote parent involvement in the program. In addition, this position might also serve as a Bus Monitor as part of the transportation services provided by the program. This position may be assigned additional duties based upon program need and areas of developing expertise. This position works along with the teacher/lead teacher to attain the goals of the program. The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.   

    PRIMARY REPONSIBILTIES:  

    1. Assists the teacher in all classroom activities, field trips and outdoor activities including lesson plans.
    2. Provide sufficient and appropriate outdoor time daily for children (see Operations Manual for specifics).Dress in clothing which is appropriate for outdoor activity and all weather conditions.
    3. Assists in developing materials and providing activities related to the cultural background of the children and families served.
    4. Participates in the screening, observation and documentation of children.
    5. Assists the teacher in meeting the program's needs for parent/family involvement in each classroom.
    6. Establishes a relationship of trust and rapport with the families of the children.
    7. Communicates with families to facilitate positive interaction with the program, awareness of the child’s needs and development, how the activities of the program promote positive development and their roles in the child’s overall education and development.
    8. Participates in the training of families as requested.
    9. Contributes to the collection and edit processes of correct documentation for the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). This process is important and contributes additional dollars which in turn enhances food delivery.
    10. Be knowledgeable about CACFP requirements regarding portions and components of each meal service.
    11. Understands, generates and documents in-kind and other allowable costs applied toward the non-federal share requirement.
    12. Attends all workshops and meetings as deemed necessary by the immediate supervisor.
    13. Attends all required staff and parent meetings and activities.
     

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  

    Minimum requirement is one of the following:

    1. A current Child Development Associate (CDA) credential;

    2. Be enrolled in a CDA credential program to be completed within two years of being hired into the position;

    3. An associate or baccalaureate degree (in any area); or

    4. Be enrolled in a program leading to an associate or baccalaureate degree.

    Bilingual preferred (English/Spanish) 

     

    Family Advocate

    Location: Greeley              Apply For this Job

    JOB TITLE:  Family Advocate  - $12/hr, HS/GED - $13.95 BA or higher

    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Center Supervisor

    GENERAL SUMMARY:  

    This position supports and assists families as they identify and meet their own goals through a family-centered case management model for developing and carrying out the program Family Partnership Agreements including responsibility for child files, enrollment/applications, etc.  This position also assists with the completion of the child health requirements and other required screenings and assessments.  This position supports the larger system of social services coordinated by Head Start/Early Head Start, thereby supporting the goals of the program. The position may involve reassignment of caseloads and/or center location as deemed necessary for program operations. 

    PRIMARY REPONSIBILTIES:  

    1. Coordinates with center staff to integrate family partnership goals with classroom efforts and to ensure integrated child and family curriculum.

    2. Participates in team management functions of planning, implementing and evaluating Family and Community Partnership goals and objectives.

    3. Participates in in-service, workshops, conferences and college courses to enhance skills

    4. Recruits prospective families and assists with enrollment process.

    5. Conducts home visits to facilitate family plans, assists families in achieving identified goals and follow-up on referrals.  Acts as a case manager and works cooperatively with local agencies to assist families to linkup with services in the local community.

    6. Documents efforts to assist families in identifying their strengths, needs and sufficiency goals. Performs data entry functions as necessary to keep files up-to-date.Uses HSFIS/Child Plus or other database software.

    7. Tracks family partnership efforts and outcomes. Documents efforts to support parents in establishing strong community ties, such as finding a “medical home.”

    8. Answers telephones in a courteous, helpful manner at all times and take messages or forwards calls as appropriate.

    9. Greets public and visitors, notifying individuals of visitors presenting for meetings and interviews.

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  

    Minimum requirement is, within eighteen months of hire, a credential or certification in social work, human services, family services, counseling or a related field

    Bilingual required (English/Spanish) 

     

    Program Aide/Bus Monitor

    Location: Grand Junction, Greeley and Olathe              Apply For this Job

    JOB TITLE:  Program Aide/Bus Monitor  $11.10/hr (w/o HS/GED) - $12.20/hr (CDA or higher)

    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Center Supervisor

    GENERAL SUMMARY:  

    This position works as a part of a team to assist in activities in the areas of the classroom, kitchen and bus and/or to serve as a disabilities aide as needed. The position contains elements of job descriptions of positions with titles similar classroom aide, bus monitor, janitor and kitchen aide and as a disabilities aide providing support for children with disabilities.  Works with typically developing children and/or children with special needs/disabilities.   The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers/bus routes as deemed necessary for program operations.  This position may receive content area technical support and training from the staff person responsible for center supervision, teacher, bus driver, staff person responsible for transportation, kitchen staff and/or program managers/specialist/coordinators.

    Transportation is one part of a large system of services provided to children and families. It plays an important role in supporting the overall goals of the program.  This position is responsible for assisting with the transportation of children and parents/families between program activities and home or bus stops including field trips and helping to keep the vehicle clean and in safe operating conditions at all times.  Bus assignments and routes may be changed as deemed necessary for program operations.

    PRIMARY REPONSIBILTIES:  

    1. Assists classroom staff in all classroom activities, field trips and outdoor activities included in lesson plans.
    2. Dress in clothing which is appropriate for outdoor activity and all weather conditions and be prepared to go outdoors daily.
    3. Assists in developing materials and providing activities related to the cultural background of the children and families served.
    4. Helps supervise at mealtime, eating with the children to encourage good nutrition and social skills.
    5. Helps keep the classroom and its contents clean and orderly.
    6. Assists the teacher in any aspect of the program as the need arises (e.g., at Family Nights, copying newsletters, cutting out classroom materials, making phone calls, etc.).
    7. Serves as a temporary substitute in the periodic absence of the assistant teacher or teacher.
    8. Janitorial Aide
    9. Notifies driver and/or supervisor of any safety issues or concerns.
    10. Interacts with children throughout their time on the bus to extend and reinforce classroom learning.
    11. Collaborates with the Bus Driver in teaching children the correct safety procedures for boarding and exiting a bus as well as the danger zones around the vehicle.
    12. Addresses child safety and behavioral concerns while the bus is in motion.
    13. Ensures that each child is restrained in an appropriate Child Safety Restraint System (CSRS) that is correctly adjusted for the child.
    14. Shares information on a daily basis with classroom staff, such as conversations with parents and observations of children.
    15. Checks independently from the bus driver that the bus is empty at the end of each run and that all children are accounted for.
    16. Reports any information or concerns about Head Start/Early Head Start families to appropriate staff.
    17. Follows the CDI Head Start Transportation Manual

     

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 

    The minimum requirement is that the individual be 18 years of age.  This is an entry-level position requiring no previous education or experience unless there is a local or state regulation that requires a high school diploma or G.E.D.   A high school diploma or G.E.D. is preferred.

    Bilingual preferred (English/Spanish) 

     

    Family Community Partnerships Coordinator

    Location: Greeley              Apply For this Job

    JOB TITLE: Family Community Partnerships Coordinator - $1450.76 bi-weekly BA

    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Program Director

    GENERAL SUMMARY:

    The Family and Community Partnerships area of the Head Start/Early Head Start program plays an integral part of the larger system of services provided by Head Start/Early Head Start and plays an important part in supporting the goals of the program. This position is responsible for oversight and development of systems to provide opportunities and support for growth of Head Start/Early Head Start families so they can identify their own strengths, needs and interests and find their own solutions.  Developing a parent and community volunteer program and being the lead on child abuse and neglect issues are also part of this position’s responsibilities.  Developing relationships with community partners, to whom families can be referred for services, is also a key function of this position.  This position is responsible for ensuring Family and Community Partnership services are supported by staff and/or consultants with training and experience in field(s) related to social, human or family services.

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    The minimum requirement is a Bachelor’s degree or higher in Social Work, Human Services, Family Studies or other human services related field. One year supervisory/management experience preferred.  Two years’ experience in case management preferred. 

    BILINGUAL in English & Spanish preferred.

    Enjoy working with families & children as you help them get a head start!  EOE.

     

    Cook

    Location:Grand Junction & Greeley              Apply For this Job

    JOB TITLE: Cook - $11.10/hr (w/o HS/GED) - $11.60 (HS/GED or higher)

    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Center Supervisor

    GENERAL SUMMARY: 

    This position is one role in a large system of services provided to children and families.  A strong food service program is important to supporting the goals of the program.  This position is responsible the ordering, preparing, serving and documenting of meals and snacks.  It includes following menus and all phases of kitchen operations including inventory control.  The position contributes to the smooth operations and functioning of the kitchen in adherence to health and food safety codes and the strict cleanliness of the kitchen and food service and storage areas.  The position may prepare foods for infants and toddlers and/or preschool children following the USDA/CACFP standards.  Position may involve reassignment to various kitchens/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    The minimum requirement is that the individual be 18 years of age and has food preparation experience and be able to comply with any state food permit/health requirements.    Experience in quantity food preparation and inventory control is preferred.  Previous Head Start/Early Head Start experience preferred.  This is an entry-level position requiring no education qualifications unless there is a local or state regulation that requires a high school diploma or G.E.D.  A high school diploma or G.E.D. is preferred. 

     

    Teacher Preschool

    Location:Brighton, Olathe & Greeley              Apply For this Job

    JOB TITLE: Teacher Preschool - $1125.79 bi-weekly (waiver) - $1374.49 bi-weekly (BA or higher)

    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Center Supervisor

    GENERAL SUMMARY:

    This position serves as the lead worker in a classroom of Head Start children by planning, implementing, and supervising all classroom activities. This position works with typically developing children and children with disabilities.  Because this position is one part of a large system of services provided to children and families, this position also serves as a social service referral person and shares responsibility for parent involvement in the program. The position of Teacher works in tandem with the rest of the parts of the system as an integrated team to support the goals of the program. The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.  The position may serve as “site director” for child care licensing purposes.

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    Current minimum qualification is one of the following:

    1. An associate degree in a field related to Early Childhood Education and coursework equivalent to a major relating to Early Childhood Education with at least 500 clock hours of experience in an early childhood setting teaching preschool-age children;
    2. A baccalaureate or advanced degree in any field and coursework  equivalent to a major relating to Early Childhood Education with at least 500 clock hours of experience in an early childhood setting teaching preschool-age children; or
    3. A baccalaureate degree in any field and has been admitted into the Teach For America program, passed a rigorous early childhood content exam, such as the Praxis II, participated in a Teach For America summer training institute that includes teaching preschool children, and is receiving ongoing professional development and support from Teach For America’s professional staff; or
    4. Be enrolled in an associate or bachelor degree program in early childhood education (or related degree) and be able to obtain the degree within a reasonable timeframe after the initial date of hire into the Teacher position and have an approved waiver in effect.

     

    Family Advocate

    Location: Olathe              Apply For this Job

    JOB TITLE:  Family Advocate  - $12/hr, HS/GED - $13.95 BA or higher

    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Center Supervisor

    GENERAL SUMMARY:  

    This position supports and assists families as they identify and meet their own goals through a family-centered case management model for developing and carrying out the program Family Partnership Agreements including responsibility for child files, enrollment/applications, etc.  This position also assists with the completion of the child health requirements and other required screenings and assessments.  This position supports the larger system of social services coordinated by Head Start/Early Head Start, thereby supporting the goals of the program. The position may involve reassignment of caseloads and/or center location as deemed necessary for program operations. 

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILTIES:  

    1. Coordinates with center staff to integrate family partnership goals with classroom efforts and to ensure integrated child and family curriculum.

    2. Participates in team management functions of planning, implementing and evaluating Family and Community Partnership goals and objectives.

    3. Participates in in-service, workshops, conferences and college courses to enhance skills

    4. Recruits prospective families and assists with enrollment process.

    5. Conducts home visits to facilitate family plans, assists families in achieving identified goals and follow-up on referrals.  Acts as a case manager and works cooperatively with local agencies to assist families to linkup with services in the local community.

    6. Documents efforts to assist families in identifying their strengths, needs and sufficiency goals. Performs data entry functions as necessary to keep files up-to-date.Uses HSFIS/Child Plus or other database software.

    7. Tracks family partnership efforts and outcomes. Documents efforts to support parents in establishing strong community ties, such as finding a “medical home.”

    8. Answers telephones in a courteous, helpful manner at all times and take messages or forwards calls as appropriate.

    9. Greets public and visitors, notifying individuals of visitors presenting for meetings and interviews.

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  

    Minimum requirement is, within eighteen months of hire, a credential or certification in social work, human services, family services, counseling or a related field

    Bilingual required (English/Spanish)

                                                        

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