Exemption Status: Non-Exempt-Full Time
Salary: $62,400 Annual
This position reports to the Director of Early Child and Family Development. Oversees a comprehensive 0-5 regional family support and early learning program. This includes community-based collaboratives, and implementing strategies based on the unique cultural, ethnic, linguistic, socio-economic and special needs of their communities. Responsible for assuring the effective delivery of Parent and Child Together family support services that result in infants and toddlers being developmentally on track and kindergarten ready. Responsible for the oversite of programs (in designated region), with oversight and monitoring of First 5 Neighborhoods for Learning services/resources.
- Provide a welcoming environment mirroring the uniqueness of each community in the service region;
- Provide daily coordination and management of assigned location to ensure effective, efficient and excellent operations.
- Manage and review service components on a regular basis to insure compliance with contractual obligations, program objectives, outcomes, data entry and fidelity of evidence-based models.
- Provide personnel supervision and team development to include recruitment and annual reviews;
- Manage aspects of family enrollment, intake and quality assurance systems to ensure documentation of service provisions and outcomes reflect department standards and contract compliance;
- Provide training and support towards integrated team work and collaboration with the department team, agency, funder, community partners and community stakeholders;
- Strategically implement community development, engage families and organizations to identify service gaps, ensure services reach and meet underserved populations and communities within the region;
- Oversee the delivery of the PACT programs on an on-going basis, enabling and promoting a culture of learning, and continuous quality improvement
- Manage the delivery of family support services including community resources and referral, service coordination and case management, and parent education.
- Ensure the implementation of technical assistance of quality improvement plans to improve the quality of programs and services
- Participate in professional development activities to keep abreast of best practices and trends for children prenatal to age 5 and their families
- Develop pact and family support service schedules for each location by region
- Ensure evaluation data is collected and reported accurately
- Provide and analyze monthly and required reports and statistics to management information systems;
- Miscellaneous duties as assigned.
Bachelors degree in education, social services, administration, communications, public health, early childhood education or related field preferred. 1+2 years of program/personnel management experience, preferably in a community site- based service location. Minimum of 12 units or 4/5 years in early childhood education/mental health/public health. Experience and education in maternal and child health and perinatal substance use preferred. Demonstrate experience with collaboration, leadership and team building skills. Ability to work simultaneously on multiple projects and assume duties of staff when needed. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Knowledge of child development, principles of child health, safety and nutrition, community resources and skills to link families with appropriate agencies and services. Bilingual Spanish/English preferred. Must be able to function in a team environment, comply with written and verbal directions, assignments and instructions from supervisory staff. Interact productively with all team members, both internal and external stakeholders, yet be able to work independently when required. Flexible and non-structured work hours, evenings and weekends to meet needs of community. Successful background and criminal clearance required, including but not limited to, California Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Proof of a valid California driver’s license and reliable transportation, automobile insurance and maintain an acceptable driving record as required by our insurer.
If you are interested in this position, please do the following:
- Email or mail a letter of interest.
- Include your resume noting the title of the position in the subject line.
Interface Children & Family Services
Attn: Kim Mora, Human Resources Director
4001 Mission Oaks Blvd., Suite I
Camarillo, CA 93012