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Work Scope Within Head Start's Parent, Family and Community Engagement Framework, the Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (PFCE) Specialist functions as a lead case manager for the Teacher/Family Advocate (TFA) position.A' The PFCE Specialist performs an advanced level of specialized case management that includes the essential functions of overseeing, directing, advising, instructing, and monitoring the delivery of Head Start parent, family, and community services to enrolled families.A' The PFCE Specialist receives little supervision and reports to the Health & Family Services Director. A' Typical Work The PFCE Specialist directs the work of assigned staff, contributes to employee performance evaluation, is responsible for service quality and compliance with Parent, Family and Community Engagement Framework, assists in the evaluation and design of program services, and participates in the design, implementation, and evaluation of the staff training program. A' PFCE Specialist oversees and coaches assigned staff on: conductingA' family assessmentsdevelopingA' appropriate family plans, including agreements with clients on settingA' goals that have specific behavioral objectives, are measurable and time limitedA' implementing resource and referral systemmaintaining service complianceusing intervention techniquesdeveloping community resourcesin-service case staffing, multidisciplinary and/or multi-agency case staffingA' interviewingA' adults and community to assess degree of need/risk, knowing available resources andA' eligibility requirementspreparing for court proceedings, preparing documents, presenting written and/or oral testimonyproviding appropriate correspondence with outside agencies, andproviding and/or arranging for supportive services such as consultation, problem resolution and crisis counseling for enrolled familiesA' A' When need indicates, the PFCE Specialist works directly with TFA as the lead case manager on high need/high risk families.A' As a result, the PFCE Specialist may have a small caseload of families that present in acute crisis and/or are in a constant state of crisis. The PFCE Specialist also monitors and advises staff on procedures and policies, meeting performance standards, completing forms, entering data, maintaining records (electronic and paper), and using related materials.A' Monitoring tasks include conducting file reviews, observations, and one-on-one staff conferences to: ensure procedures are followed, deadlines met, and compliance with contractual requirements andevaluate quality of service performed. As part of monitoring responsibilities, the PFCE Specialist compiles resulting data into usable monitoring reports for management that includes corrective actions taken and recommendations to improve services. A' The PFCE Specialist provides service trainings, facilitates case consultations, and conducts staff meetings. The PFCE Specialist also explains Head Start policies and performance standards, and provisions of the law to staff, families, individuals, and members of the community.A' A' Working with the community, the PFCE Specialist serves as program liaison between HS and community social service, educational, law enforcement, medical, and judicial agencies.A' In this capacity, the PFCE Specialist may provide training and consult with community agency personnel and community groups. A' Supervision: The PFCE Specialist supervises the Social Work Assistant 2 (SWA 2) and reports to the Health & Family Services Director on the SWA 2's work quality and productivity. The PFCE Specialist: Provides SWA 2 with feedback, coaching, training, technical assistance and supervision in accomplishing day-to-day workWorks with SWA 2 to maintain compliance and enhance service qualityProvides guidance in the development of Tier 3 individual service strategies and over sight of Tier 1 and 2 services; andMonitors work product for contract compliance and completion of outcome requirements A' The PFCE Specialist reviews/approves SWA 2 requests for time off, work schedules, and timesheets. As needed or required, the PFCE Specialist completes appropriate internal personnel paperwork, submitting to the Health & Family Services Director and EdCC HS & EHS human resources liaison, conducts SWA 2 performance review, and makes employment and training recommendations to the Health & Family Services Director. A' The PFCE Specialist position requiresA' knowledge of:A' social casework principles and practicesparenting-skill enhancement content, and teaching and training methods for parentsrisk assessment and decision makinginterviewing techniquesrole of expert representative in both court proceedings and multidisciplinary team service deliveryprinciples of child developmentconcepts of group work and dynamics as applied to multidisciplinary teams A' work approachconcepts of community organization as applied to the development of community resourcesprinciples of individual and social development, vocational counseling, psychology, and applicable Federal and State laws, medical terminology and servicesjob training and educational resourcesSnohomish County community resourcesHead Start Parent, Family, and Community Engagement FrameworkOffice of Head Start Performance Standards; andrelevant research studies and reports A' and industry's current best practices A' The PFCE Specialist position requiresA' ability to: work cooperatively with groups and individualsorganize and prioritize own work and assist others to do the samemanage a large caseload in an efficient and effective mannerassist other workers to develop and implement effective A' techniques for caseload managementpresent material effectively in written and oral formdevelop and implement casework plans to remove barriers for socially and economically disadvantaged clientsidentify economic, cultural, physical, and environmental factors which support or limit family or individual functioningwork independently and make decisions around program issuesdevelop work and position skills in others; and assess data, identify trends and patterns, analyze, draw conclusions and make recommendations A' Qualifications Minimum qualifications At the time of hire, the PFCE Specialist must have: 1.A' Educational Requirements: AA' Bachelor's DegreeA' in Behavioral Science (Education, Family Systems, Family Studies, Child and Family Development, Public Health, community nursing, Sociology, Psychology, Social Work orA' similar)A' ANDtwo years of experience working in adult education, ESL, basic education, social work,A' social services and/or with children, parents and families in a family support relationshipA' ORAnA' Associate's DegreeA' in Behavioral Science (Education, Family Systems, Family Studies, Child and Family Development, Sociology, Psychology, Social Work orA' similar)A' ANDA' four years of experience working in adult education, ESL, basic education, social work,A' social services and/or with children, parents and families in a family support relationship A' 2.A' Minimum of three years' work experience in each of the following: coaching employees in the area of family health and support services A' working with low-income families with young childrentraining professional staff in task oriented social workworking with diverse populations. A' 3.A' Valid Washington State Driver's License, reliable vehicle, automobile insurance and a clean driving record A' Desired qualifications 1.A' A' A' Experience working with staff responsible for: preschool child health issues,strengthening family literacy and language development,providing community referrals and follow-up,working in collaborative settings with community agencies that result in ongoing services to children and familiesdoing home visits and family conferencesconducting workshops and training series A' 2.A' A' A' Strong professional experience, skills and abilities in maintaining a complex written andA' electronic documentation and record-keeping system. A' Additional Information Conditions of EmploymentA' Hiring for this position is on the condition that the following requirements will be met: A' Before Starting Work: Paperwork indicating negative TB Test or clear chest x-rayProof of Tdap (Pertussis) vaccinationShow proof of a cleared Portable Background Check from the Washington State Department of Early LearningA' A' (NOTE: A' if you do not have a current PBC, you must first create an account in the DEL's MERIT system byA' clicking here. A' The fees for obtaining a PBC are your responsibility. The entire process of obtaining a PBC takes 3-4 weeks. A' You may not start working until we have a copy of your cleared PBC.) A' Within three days of hire: Submit proof of US Citizenship or ability to work in US (must show original social security or Alien Registration Card/Work Permit, as well as one piece of picture identification).Completion of all pertinent personnel/payroll forms. A' Within two weeks of hire: Completion of state mandated compliance trainings:A' State Ethics, Diversity Basics, Sexual Harassment Prevention, and FERPACompletion of the following Head Start mandated trainings:A' Blood borne Pathogens, Child Abuse/Neglect, and Confidentiality, and SCHS & EHS Professional Expectations/Standards and Edmonds Community College's policy 6.5.600 Work Place Civility and Respect A' Within 30 days of hire: Receipt of official college transcripts showing education requirements met for the position A' Within 60 days of hire: Signed statement by a health provider that the employee is free from communicable diseases and physically able to perform job responsibilities.A' A' Condition of continued employment: Keep all certifications and clearances in current status EEO/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION STATEMENT: Edmonds Community College is an equal opportunity employer and assures equality of treatment in educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (gender), disability, sexual orientation, age, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or genetic information.A' Applicants with disabilities who require assistance with the recruitment process may call 425-640-1470 or 425-640-1832, and accommodations will be made to the extent reasonably possible. The Human Resources Office is accessible to persons with disabilities. Heraldnet Jobs. Keywords: Community Services Coordinator, Location: Lynnwood, WA - 98036

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