Parent Child Home Program (PCHP) Coordinator (South King County) - El Centro de la Raza
The PCHP Coordinator will recruit families and conduct intake assessments to determine family/child needs and barriers to create an Individualized Service Plan to overcome those barriers over the duration of the program. The Coordinator will manage the day-to-day program coordination and administrative duties; and will maintain a caseload of and serve two-three (2-3) families.
- Recruit families and conduct intake assessments to determine what family/child needs and barriers are in order to create an individualized service plan to overcome those barriers over the duration of the program.
- Meet weekly with Home Visitors to discuss issues, developments, and ideas related to the delivery of service.
- Conduct home visit reviews once or twice a month to assess how visits are working out for the family and home visitors.
- Provide homes visits to two-three (2-3) families.
- Report all referrals and linkages to services made by the contractor’s staff on behalf of enrolled families, and enter referrals into the National PCHP MIS. Keep all program data up-to-date in the MIS.
- Work collaboratively to seek out and respond to funding opportunities for the PCHP in ways that support the overall expansion in King County and build sustainability.
- Conduct quarterly and annual outcome progress reports.
- Keep all PCHP participant names and identifying data strictly confidential.
- Alert United Way on a weekly basis of any families leaving the program and/or of any other challenges in providing the expected services to the expected number of families.
- Commit to participants improving or maintaining a score of at least 2 or 3 on each element in each of the domains of the Child Behavior Traits (CBT), and Parent and Child Together (PACT) assessment.
- Attend all required meetings and training sessions including meeting weekly with Early Learning Programs Supervisor, weekly staff charlas, Undoing Racism Training, and PCHP National Conference.
- Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Must have a proven ability to work well under pressure.
- Must be able to work with participants from a variety of ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
- Understands and fulfills contractual obligations.
- Must be able to maintain effective relationships with co-workers, participants, parents, community representatives, and the general public.
- Must be able to work in a multi-cultural/multi-ethnic environment.
- Presents a professional manner and appearance.
Essential minimum skills, education, and experience:
- Bachelor’s degree or 8 to 10 years of experience working with young children and their families.
- Must be bi-lingual Spanish/English.
- Must have a car and a valid Washington driver’s license and show evidence of insurability.
- Must have excellent oral, written and organizational communication skills.
- Experience in presentations and facilitating groups.
- Must be effective in conflict resolution.
- Must have excellent computer skills, specifically in Excel and Power Point.
- Familiar with Outcome and Indicator Reporting.
- Must have good attention to detail.
- Experience working with immigrant/refugee populations.
Please send resume to Shannon Armstrong at email@example.com, or stop by El Centro de la Raza at 2524 16th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, to drop off a resume and pick up an application. If you have questions, please call 206.957.4626.