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El Nido Family Centers
Human Resources
10200 Sepulveda Blvd.
Suite 350
Mission Hills, CA 91345  
hr@elnidofamilycenters.org

El Nido Family Centers is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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El Nido Family Centers is currently recruiting for the following positions:

 

Family Development Facilitator

Position:  Family Development Facilitator
Location:  Manchester Office
Program:  Early Head Start
Annual Salary:  $36,000

Major Responsibilities:
Provides 10-12 families and children weekly home visits to assist families in identifying family resources and needs; encourages and promotes the family’s achievements and self sufficiency; provides developmental, mental health, and nutritional screenings and assessments of children to determine the need for further evaluation, referrals or intervention; works with parent to develop weekly activity plans based on each child’s assessment and identified family needs; and integrates all head start components during home visits.

Requirements:
BA in child development, human development, early childhood education, psychology, social work or related field; previous experience providing early childhood education, parent education or child focused counseling to at risk youth and families preferred; previous experience providing direct services to low-income families in a multi-cultural community.  Bilingual/Spanish required.

Posted:  March 19, 2014

How To Apply:
External Candidates – email resume to: hr@elnidofamilycenters.org

Child Care Assistant
Position:  Child Care Assistant – Part-time (10-15 hours per week)
Program:  Teen Family Services
Location:  Van Ness and Compton Offices
Hourly Rate:  $11.67

Major Responsibilities:
Provide nurturing, developmentally appropriate child care for children of El Nido clients that are participating in group activities.

Position Requirements:
Basic knowledge of child care methods and the child development process; ability to care for children in a nurturing, friendly manner; basic knowledge of program services and child abuse laws.  Bilingual/Spanish preferred.

How to Apply:
Employees – Please fax resume to Human Resources
External Candidates – Please apply through our website www.elnidofamilycenters.org

Equal Opportunity Employer
Posting Date:  April 2, 2014

Supervisor Cal-Learn
Position:  Supervisor
Program:  Cal-Learn
Location:  Mission Hills
Annual Salary:  $52,000 – $55,000

Major Responsibilities:
Oversees the work of case managers, creating a supportive, productive work environment, delivering high quality services, and meeting agency/contract performance requirements.  Primary responsibilities include reflective supervision and development of staff, implementation of program operations/services consistent with the strategic plan, and quality assurance. Provides expertise regarding scope of work, professional standards, and program interventions and outcomes.  Develops and promotes community partnerships to expand educational, social and recreational, vocational, and economic opportunities for youth and their families.  Completes program management reports.  Assists the Director with special projects as needed.

Position Requirements:
Masters Degree in health, child development, or human service field required (MSW strongly preferred) with case management, heath education, or counseling experience with at risk youth, preferably pregnant and parenting teens; experience in maternal and child health and wellbeing in a social services setting; knowledge of social work and youth development practice and principles; ability to assess a broad spectrum of client needs, involvement in case planning, and linking clients to appropriate services/resources; fundamental understanding, including but is not limited to, parenting and child development, nutrition, prenatal/teen/child health, child abuse and neglect, and intimate partner violence;  familiarity with community based resources and services; demonstrated supervisory skills and experience; proven track record meeting goals, deadlines, and producing positive qualitative and quantitative outcomes; excellent interpersonal, communication, and written skills; experience coordinating and/or facilitating youth activities or support groups; ability to engage in staff development through coaching, ongoing reflective supervision, and training;  proficient computer skills including use of databases; and clinical training background and/or experience required. Certified Lactation Educator or Counselor (CLE, CLC) and Family Planning Health Worker Certification preferred.  English and Spanish speaking preferred.

Parent Coach
Position: Parent Coach
Location: Mission Hills
Program: Welcome Baby
Annual Salary: $40,000

Position Summary:
The Parent Coach will provide supportive services to families including prenatal and postpartum home visits, parent education in the areas of prenatal and postnatal care, breastfeeding, parent-infant attachment, child development and other related topics. The Parent Coach will also identify client strengths, needs, barriers, and risks, and facilitates linkages to community services and resources as needed.

Essential Duties:

  • Works closely with the Welcome Baby Nurses, other Parent Coaches, Supervisors, and other staff to provide a continuum of services.
  • Works, as part of an interdisciplinary team, with families to ensure the health, safety and security of the new mother and baby.
  • Develops trust and rapport with clients and provides support using an empathic and client centered approach.
  • Adheres to all program guidelines, policies, and protocols and actively works toward achieving the goals of the program.
  • Conducts prenatal and post partum visits in the home or over the phone with fidelity to the Welcome Baby Program Model.
  • Effectively conducts required client assessments using standardized tools for maternal depression, parent-infant attachment, social support, developmental milestones, and home safety, as well as other non-standardized client assessments.
  • Identifies client strengths, needs, barriers, and risks; and links families to community services and resources.
  • Provides education to parents on maternal and infant health, breastfeeding, parenting, attachment, home safety, family planning, child development and other related topics using a client-centered approach.
  • Distributes and review with families the First Five Kit for New Parents.
  • Observes and evaluates feeding and provides consultation on breastfeeding.
  • Observes parent-infant attachment and infant behavior.
  • Assists families in establishing a medical home, following-up on well-child visits, and identifying health insurance coverage, if necessary.
  • Refers families to intensive home visitation services, as needed.
  • Attends and participates in all staff meetings, bi-monthly group reflective supervision, and weekly individual reflective supervision with Clinical or Team Supervisor.
  • Attends and completes all trainings, including successful completion of CLE training.
  • Completes all needed paperwork for each client in a timely, complete, and organized manner, including clear and well written progress notes.
  • Completes required data entry for each client in a timely manner.
  • Other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE/ SKILLS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development, Social Work, Psychology, Public Health, or other related field; or Child Development Associate (CDA) certification or Associate of Arts degree with maternal and child health experience.
  • At least one year of experience in maternal and child home visitation.
  • Must complete Certification Lactation Educator (CLE) training within six months of hire, or Certified Lactation Consultant (CLC) or International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC/RLC).
  • Must complete 100% of Welcome Baby training within one year of hire.
  • Ability to function as a member of a multidisciplinary team with the ability to assess families across a broad spectrum of areas, recognizing professional boundaries and the need for consultation from other disciplines.
  • Ability to adhere to all program guidelines, policies and protocols and actively work toward achieving the goals of the program.
  • Ability to conduct strength based family assessment across a broad spectrum of areas using a validated, standardized tool administered in the prescribed manner.
  • Empathy, warmth, and the ability to establish ongoing supportive relationships with families from diverse backgrounds.
  • Experience working with families from diverse age, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds.
  • Knowledgeable about local community resources.
  • Familiarity with the effects of depression, perinatal depression, domestic violence and parental alcohol and/other substance abuse on family health, child development, parenting, and general functioning.
  • Knowledge of normal fetal, infant, and toddler development; prenatal and child health requirements; and early childhood education best practices.
  • Very effective verbal communication and engagement skills to build trusting relationships with families of young children.
  • Effective written skills to articulate concepts/ideas in notes and reports.
  • Effective organization and time management skills and the ability to maintain accurate and complete records in a timely manner.
  • Culturally sensitive and knowledgeable of the community that will be served.
  • General computer skills including MS Word.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
Bilingual English/Spanish required; must have a reliable automobile for use on the job (mileage to be reimbursed); valid driver’s license, satisfactory driving record and proof of insurance; TB clearance, to be renewed every two years.

How to Apply:
Employees – Please fax resume or Internal Job Application to Human Resources
External Candidates – Please apply through our website www.elnidofamilycenters.org

Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted January 23, 2014

Clinical Supervisor
Position: Clinical Supervisor
Location: Mission Hills
Program: Welcome Baby
Annual Salary: $75,000

Position Summary:
The Welcome Baby Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for the day-to-day oversight of Welcome Baby program and supervise a team consisting of Registered Nurses (RNs), Parent Coach Team Supervisors, and Parent Coaches. The Clinical Supervisor ensures that the Welcome Baby staff is properly trained, receive reflective supervision, and provide empathetic and client-centered services for clients. The Clinical Supervisor will work closely with hospital staff, the Project Director, and Data and Evaluation Manager to monitor progress in achieving program goals and objectives. The Clinical Supervisor will assist team members in addressing the needs of high risk pregnant women and new mothers and ensuring linkages to community services.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Carries out the mission, vision and values established by the agency.
  • Works with staff individually, and in a group setting, to plan, implement, evaluate and improve the delivery of program services.
  • Supports and trains staff on identifying client strengths, needs, barriers, risks and identifies community resources for families in need.
  • Provides reflective supervision for individual staff on a (1 hour) weekly basis and a (2 hour) biweekly group basis for all home visitation staff.
  • Works closely with the Project Director to implement documentation, training, procedures, policies and protocols.
  • Ensures the quality of the program by overseeing services provided through periodic shadowing of home visits and conducting regular client file reviews. Assesses strengths and areas of improvement for each employee and communicates observations.
  • Works with Parent Coaches to assess client/family’s needs, goals, values, culture and well-being by observations and assessment.
  • Provides consultation to all program staff on high risk clinical issues such as mental illness, developmental delays, child abuse and family violence to ensure that needed support and follow-up is provided to families.
  • Ability to conduct strength based family assessment across a broad spectrum of areas using a validated, standardized tool administered in the prescribed manner.
  • Mentors and assists with ongoing training of employees to ensure that they are modeling empathy and providing holistic and strength-based services.
  • Conducts ongoing team building activities to enhance employee relations and teamwork.
  • Assists with and provides ongoing staff development related to the issues and needs of clients such as maternal and infant health, breastfeeding, parenting, attachment, home safety, family planning and child development.
  • Assists the Project Director to ensure that deliverables are met as defined in the scope of work and planned in the service matrix.
  • Works closely with the Project Director to implement documentation, trainings, policies and procedures.
  • Works closely with the Project Director to ensure a smooth continuum of care and effective referral pathway for clients and families.
  • Works closely with the Outreach Specialist and Hospital Liaisons to track enrollment of new clients and assign cases to Parent Coaches and Welcome Baby Nurses according to program timelines.
  • Explores and identifies new referrals and resources for clients.
  • Tracks client enrollment and forecasts upcoming visits in order to assign cases and monitor visits for each Parent Coach and Welcome Baby Nurse in a fair and equitable manner.
  • Collaborates with Project Director regarding identified program issues or barriers and identifies possible outcomes.
  • Performs general managerial duties including interviewing/hiring applicants for employment; conducting performance appraisals; and counseling and coaching of staff.
  • Works collaboratively as a member of a multidisciplinary team and works as a liaison with community stakeholders and First Five.
  • Attends all Welcome Baby and First 5 related meeting, trainings and webinars as directed.
  • Maintains complete and accurate records and files; completes required reports in a timely manner.
  • Other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE/ SKILLS:

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC), Licensed Developmental Psychologist (LDP), or Registered Nurse (RN).
  •  2-5 years experience in home visitation with maternal-child health background preferred.
  • At least 5 years of administrative experience as a supervisor.
  • Demonstrated managerial and leadership skills sufficient to manage staff preferably in a social services environment.
  • 2 years of training and practice in reflective supervision required.
  • Lactation educator, lactation counselor, or International Board Certified Lactation Consult (IBCLC) required within six months of hire. Completion of all required Welcome Baby trainings within one year of hire.
  • Ability to oversee preparation of team members through training, direct supervision, chart review, and weekly case review.
  • Knowledge of fetal, infant, and toddler development; maternal and child health; prenatal and child health requirements; and early childhood education best practices.
  • Familiarity with the effects of domestic violence, depression, perinatal depression, and parental alcohol and/other substance abuse on family health, parenting, and general functioning.
  • Knowledgeable about local community resources and able to refer families to appropriate agencies.
  • Experience working with families from diverse age, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds.
  • Empathy, warmth, and the ability to establish ongoing supportive relationships with families from diverse backgrounds.
  • Ability to work collaboratively as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
  • Ability to conduct strength-based family assessment across a broad spectrum of areas using a validated, standardized and prescribed tool.
  • Experience with continuous assessment of staff skills and training needs.
  • Very effective written and oral communication skills. Demonstrated skills in writing to articulate concepts and ideas in notes and reports.
  • Demonstrated skills organizing and maintaining complete, accurate records and filing reports in a timely manner.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred; must have a reliable automobile for use on the job (mileage to be reimbursed); TB clearance, to be renewed every two years; Satisfactory Driving Record, Automobile, and Valid Automobile Liability Insurance required.

How to Apply:
Employees – Please fax resume or Internal Job Application to Human Resources
External Candidates – Please apply through our website www.elnidofamilycenters.org

Equal Opportunity Employer
Posted January 27, 2014

Parent Coach Supervisor
Position: Parent Coach Supervisor
Location: Mission Hills
Program: Welcome Baby
Annual Salary: $50,000

Position Summary:
The Parent Coach Supervisor works closely with the Clinical Supervisor to ensure that the Welcome Baby staff is properly trained, receive reflective supervision, and provide empathetic and client-centered services for clients. The Parent Coach Supervisor will also conduct home visits to a small caseload of clients to provide supportive services including prenatal and postpartum visits, parent education in the areas of prenatal and postnatal care, breastfeeding, parent-infant attachment, child development and other related topics. The Parent Coach Supervisor also identifies client strengths, needs, barriers, and risks, and facilitates linkages to community services and resources as needed.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Carries out the mission, vision and values established by the agency.
  • Works with the Clinical Supervisor to Support and train staff on identifying client strengths, needs, barriers and risks and identifies community resources for families in need.
  • Under the direction of the Clinical Supervisor provides reflective supervision (1 hour) weekly basis and a (2 hour) biweekly group basis for 2-3 Parent Coaches.
  • Works closely with the Clinical Supervisor to implement documentation, training, procedures, policies and protocols.
  • As directed by the Clinical Supervisor helps ensure the quality of the program by assessing services provided through periodic shadowing of home visits and conducting regular client file reviews. Assesses strengths and areas of improvement for each Parent Coach and communicates observations.
  • Works with Parent Coaches to assess client/family’s needs, goals, values, culture and well-being by observations and assessment.
  • Refers high risk clinical cases to the Clinical Supervisor and consults with her/him on high risk clinical issues such as mental illness, developmental delays, child abuse and family violence to ensure that needed support and follow-up is provided to families.
  • Works closely with the Clinical Supervisor to process and assign Welcome Baby referrals and ensure a continuum of care.
  • Ability to conduct strength based family assessment across a broad spectrum of areas using a validated, standardized tool administered in the prescribed manner.
  • Mentors and assists with ongoing training of employees to ensure that they are modeling empathy and providing holistic and strength-based services.
  • Participates in ongoing team building activities to enhance employee relations and teamwork.
  • Explores and identifies new referrals and resources for clients.
  • Works collaboratively as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
  • Works closely with the Welcome Baby Nurses, other Parent Coaches, Supervisors, and other staff to provide a continuum of services.
  • Works, as part of an interdisciplinary team, with families to ensure the health, safety and security of the new mother and baby.
  • Develops trust and rapport with clients and provides support using an empathic and client centered approach.
  • Adheres to all program guidelines, policies, and protocols and actively works toward achieving the goals of the program.
  • Conducts prenatal and post partum visits in the home or over the phone with fidelity to the Welcome Baby Program Model. Caseload size to be determined.
  • Effectively conducts required client assessments using standardized tools for maternal depression, parent-infant attachment, social support, developmental milestones, and home safety, as well as other non-standardized client assessments. Identifies client strengths, needs, barriers, and risks; and links families to community services and resources.
  • Provides education to parents on maternal and infant health, breastfeeding, parenting, attachment, home safety, family planning, child development and other related topics using a client-centered approach.
  • Distributes and reviews with families the First Five Kit for New Parents.
  • Observes and evaluates feeding and provides consultation on breastfeeding.
  • Observes parent-infant attachment and infant behavior.
  • Assists families in establishing a medical home, following-up on well-child visits, and identifying health insurance coverage, if necessary.
  • Refers families to intensive home visitation services, as needed.
  • Attends and participates in all staff meetings, bi-monthly group reflective supervision, and weekly individual reflective supervision with Clinical or Team Supervisor.
  • Completes all needed paperwork for each client in a timely, complete, and organized manner, including clear and well written progress notes and reports.
  • Completes required data entry for each client in a timely manner.
  • Other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE/ SKILLS:

  • Masters Degree in Social Work, Child Development, Public Health, Psychology or other related field preferred or combination of a B.A. in Social Work, Child Development, Public Health, Psychology, or related field and minimum of 3 years experience in maternal and child health and wellbeing.
  • 3-5 years of supervisory experience.
  • Must complete Certification Lactation Educator (CLE) training within six months of hire, or Certified Lactation Consultant (CLC) or International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC/RLC).
  • Must complete 100% of Welcome Baby training within one year of hire.
  • Ability to function as a member of a multidisciplinary team with the ability to assess families across a broad spectrum of areas, recognizing professional boundaries and the need for consultation from other disciplines.
  • Ability to adhere to all program guidelines, policies and protocols and actively work toward achieving the goals of the program.
  • Ability to conduct strength based family assessment across a broad spectrum of areas using a validated, standardized tool administered in the prescribed manner.
  • Empathy, warmth, and the ability to establish ongoing supportive relationships with families from diverse backgrounds.
  • Experience working with families from diverse age, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds.
  • Knowledgeable about local community resources.
  • Familiarity with the effects of depression, perinatal depression, domestic violence and parental alcohol and/other substance abuse on family health, child development, parenting, and general functioning.
  • Knowledge of normal fetal, infant, and toddler development; prenatal and child health requirements; and early childhood education best practices.
  • Very effective verbal communication and engagement skills to build trusting relationships with families of young children.
  • Effective written skills to articulate concepts/ideas in notes and reports.
  • Effective organization and time management skills and the ability to maintain accurate and complete records in a timely manner.
  • Culturally sensitive and knowledgeable of the community that will be served.
  • General computer skills including MS Word.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Bilingual English/Spanish preferred; must have a reliable automobile for use on the job (mileage to be reimbursed); TB clearance, to be renewed every two years; Satisfactory Driving Record, Automobile, and Valid Automobile Liability Insurance required.

How to Apply:
Employees – Please fax resume or Internal Job Application to Human Resources
External Candidates – Please apply through our website www.elnidofamilycenters.org

Equal Opportunity Employer
Posted January 27, 2014

Administrative Assistant

Position:  Administrative Assistant
Location:  Mission Hills
Program:  Welcome Baby
Annual Salary:  $32,000

Position Summary:
The Administrative Assistant will be part of a team dedicated to provide hospital and home-based intervention for pregnant and postpartum women residing in the area. The Administrative Assistant will provide a variety of administrative and skilled clerical support to program staff and ensures office runs smoothly and efficiently.  Works closely with the Data and Evaluation Manager with data entry duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Assists with office receptionist duties; answers telephone calls, greets visitors, screens and  returns calls as directed with requested information; assists callers with proper referrals; takes accurate, complete messages and forwards calls to staff members as appropriate.
  • Assists members of management with the implementation of systems to run a smooth office environment and meet the clerical and data entry needs of staff and program.
  • Works with members of management to carry-out duties in the quality assurance and evaluation plan.
  • Prepares and types a variety of routine correspondence and reports including standardized forms, letters, minutes, spreadsheets, graphs, reports using a desktop computer and MicroSoft Software; may develop outreach and other promotional materials using desktop publishing types of software.
  • Sets up, maintains and updates program and other routine and non-routine client records and update tracking logs.
  • Performs routine clerical duties such as copying, sorting, faxing, mailing, and filing documents.
  • Maintains inventory of office supplies; orders and distributes supplies as needed.
  • Attends to office-related tasks outside of the office such as banking, and other job-related errands.
  • Plans, schedules and arranges meetings including scheduling space, arranging for/serving refreshments, sending notices and receiving responses.
  • Attends and participates in staff meetings and required trainings.
  • Performs routine calculations (e.g. calculate numbers for routine reports and petty cash).
  • Cross trains in other clerical duties and fills in for absent staff or overload work situations as needed.
  • Maintains confidentiality of client records/information.

Education/ Experience/ Skills:
A high school diploma or GED, AA or certificate of completion in a secretarial field preferred; minimum of two years of work experience in closely related position; working knowledge of standard office practices and equipment; detail oriented; office organization skills to ensure smooth running of office and maintenance of files; typing speed sufficient to meet minimum production needs (i.e.,40-45 wpm); possess a positive, friendly manner to represent El Nido when answering the telephone and acting as receptionist; professional demeanor in all interactions with clients/families, staff, and community members; accurate, basic math skills to calculate and maintain routine numerical assignments; proficient using  desktop computer and  word processing and/or data entry, Excel, desk top publishing; effective oral and written communication skills; basic knowledge of program services; ability to determine work priorities; ability to follow, apply, interpret, and explain instructions and/or guidelines

Special Requirements:
Bilingual  English/Spanish preferred; must have a reliable automobile for use on the job (mileage to be reimbursed); valid driver’s license, satisfactory driving record and proof of insurance; TB clearance, to be renewed every two years.

How to Apply:
External Candidates – Please apply through our website www.elnidofamilycenters.org
Equal Opportunity Employer
Posted January 24, 2014

Disabilities Specialist/Family Development Facilitator

Position:  Disabilities Specialist/Family Development Facilitator
Program:  Early Head Start
Location:  Manchester Office
Annual Salary:  $45,000

Major Responsibilities:
Plans, develops, implements and maintains operational procedures (Service Area Plans and Policies and Procedures) for disabilities and mental health services for children and families in accordance with performance standards as needed; Oversees and coordinates developmental and mental health screening and assessment of children in conjunction with Program Specialist/ Mental Health Specialist and monitors delivery of services to determine compliance; maintains and updates monitoring and tracking tools for developmental/ disabilities/ mental health services each month; makes and implements a recruitment plan to ensure that program achieves and maintains mandate to have 10% of enrollment opportunities go to children with disabilities; arranges for further formal evaluation of children identified as possibly having a disability or mental health concerns; works with parents and staff to ensure a smooth transition in and out of program; Consults regularly with staff and parents on the progress of disabilities services, and of the children with disabilities who are enrolled; provides workshops and trainings to parents and staff on the topic of children with special needs and one-to-one coaching and modeling for staff during home visits and socializations; works closely with the LEA and Part C agencies to ensure the coordination of disabilities services; keeps abreast of trends in the community and fields of disabilities services and the mental health for analysis by EHS management, as well as data on children and families in the program as a part of yearly program planning; provides or coordinates in conjunction with director, staff training and development in the content areas of disabilities; attends scheduled EHS management and team meetings; works closely with content managers (Health, Education, Mental Health, ERSEA & Community Engagement, Family and Parent Engagement) during child assessment and follow up activities; ensures that nutrition services meet the special needs of children with disabilities; ensures the center is appropriate and welcoming to children with special needs and their families; provides leadership and direction for community linkages to locate and access resources for families in the areas of disabilities services; leads and supports the home visiting team in the disability content area; assists in the design and implementation of program enrichment activities that will benefit Early Head Start families; models appropriate communication techniques to staff and parents; provides written and verbal reports of content area to Program Director.

Secondary Responsibilities:
Carries a caseload of 5 – 6 families and children (including those with children with disabilities) weekly home visits to assist families in identifying family resources and needs; encourages and promotes the family’s achievements and self sufficiency; provides developmental, mental health, and nutritional screenings and assessments of children to determine the need for further evaluation, referrals or  intervention; works with parent to develop weekly activity plans based on each child’s assessment and identified family needs; and integrates all head start components during home visits.

Requirements:
Bachelors degree in special education, child development, education, social work, psychology, or a related field and/or a minimum of five years experience working with infants, toddlers, and parents in a child development program; previous experience working with Regional Centers, School Districts, and the Special Needs Professional Community; knowledge of target population and community, including community resources; ability to train staff and parents on topics related to disabilities, and link parents to disabilities services; effective oral, written, and interpersonal skills, including the ability to work as part of a team; previous experience providing direct services to low-income families and in working with persons of varied experience and ethnic backgrounds.  Working knowledge and experience working in Early Head Start highly desirable.  Bilingual/Spanish preferred.

How to Apply:
External Candidates – Please apply through our website www.elnidofamilycenters.org

Equal Opportunity Employer