Implements comprehensive family development services through home visitation. Support the individualized goals of family members, building on and supporting strengths, and maximizing family involvement in all program and agency services to support school readiness goals. Monitors attendance and program participation to support full enrollment. Complete new enrollments within assigned timeframes.
Bachelor’s or Associate’s Degree in Human Services or related field. Knowledge of human behavior and development; health education and group facilitation. Commitment to developing helping relationships, partnering with families and working with low income families and children. Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communications skills. Valid driver’s license and full time use of car. Ability to transport families in private vehicle. Ability to flex work hours to meet program needs, including being able to work 1-3 evenings per week and occasional Saturdays. Full Time/Part Year, 43 weeks a year. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.