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Job: ERSEA Coordinator (Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment and Attendance )

Active since 20-07-2018 Job category Education / Coaching / Trainers
Location Provo, Utah Level Manager
Educational level Bachelor / Graduate Employment type -
Hours 0 Salary $38,002

Date Posted: 6/26/18

Status: Full-time, Exempt (Benefited)

Position is 234 days and 12 paid Holidays; a typical work week Monday - Friday with a minimum expectation of 40 hours per week. Some evening and occasional Saturday is required.

**BILINGUAL: SPANISH IS REQUIRED**

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Must have a BA degree in Social Services, Psychology, Family Studies, Human Services or related field. SSW or CSW is desirable.

• Must have a minimum of two years experience providing social services for low-income clientele or an equivalent combination of experience and education.

• Three years relevant supervisory experience or an equivalent combination of experience and education with demonstrated ability to organize, direct and coordinate operations in personnel supervision, communications, and budget management.

• Ability to speak Spanish is required.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:
• Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.

• Ability to manage multiple tasks and to develop solutions to problems with limited supervision.

• Ability to use a computer to collect, record, and retrieve data and prepare reports.
• Plan, organize, coordinate, and administer activities.
• Ability to plan, formulate and execute record keeping procedures in accordance with
assigned duties.

• Ability to prioritize and manage work load and meet strict deadlines.

• Knowledge of community resources and how to access services for children and families.

• Well versed in family dynamics.

• Ability to work independently and as part of a team to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, subordinates, parents, Board members, community groups, and other related agencies and people.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Not all Inclusive):
1. Coordinates with the Family & Community Services Director, and the Family and Community Services Coordinator and Parent Engagement Coordinator in implementing the goals and objectives of the service area in a way that supports the agency’s school readiness plan.

2. Works under the direction of the Family and Community Services Director to coordinate the recruitment/enrollment process ensuring the timely enrollment of eligible children.
3. Supports Family Advocates with their efforts to provide professional case management,
prevention and early intervention services to assist each Head Start family in becoming self-sufficient and meeting their social service needs.
4. Supports Family Advocates in their collaborative efforts with Health Specialists to help families establish and maintain medical and dental homes and remind families to obtain all required medical assessment, treatment, immunizations and follow-up.
5. Oversees attendance and child absence procedures and monitors changes in enrollment status.
6. Promotes parent & male engagement according to the Performance Standards and the Parent, Family and Community Engagement Framework
7. For assigned sites, coordinates with Family Advocates in providing assistance and support to the Parent Committees
8. Coordinates with the Family & Community Services Director and other Coordinators in providing technical assistance and an organized training program for parents and staff:

9. For assigned sites, oversees the identification and follow-up of the social service needs of the families in Head Start and directs the process of forming Family Partnership Agreements with each family. Participates in data collection and measuring family outcomes through the Family Partnership: Strengths & Needs Assessment.

a) Obtain and record a complete assessment of strengths and needs of each Head Start family.
b) Set goals through the Family Partnership Agreement process and follow through with the delivery of needed services while ensuring that all efforts to assist the family are documented in Child Plus.
c) Maintain comprehensive, accurate, and confidential records on all children and families.
d) Collaborate with Teachers in forwarding each child’s records to the parent or elementary school when the child leaves the Head Start program to assist with transitions.
e) Participate in data collection activities to facilitate PIR reporting and measuring family outcomes.
10. Demonstrates understanding of the child abuse/neglect laws. Reports suspected child abuse to the Family & Community Services Director.
11. Other job-related duties as assigned may be necessary to carry out the responsibilities of this position.

 

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This listing is a full-time job

Job category Education / Coaching / Trainers
Industry / Industries Education / Training
Region United States
Keywords Education, Child Development,

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Name Nicole Holscher
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