Job postings are listed by city and include a range of Parents as Teachers positions potentially including Parent Educator, Administrative Assistant, and Supervisor. Click on the job title button below each description or the provided e-mail/website for more information and application options.
Dallas - Full-Time Parent Educator - Child Care Group
SUMMARY/PURPOSE OF POSITION
The Parent Educator serves as a member of the Home Based Program team and works closely with related teams in CCG. He/she recruits new homes, provides mentoring, support, and training to recruited families enrolled in the Born Learning project to ensure the goals of the project are met in a timely manner. Responsible for developing, reviewing, and implementing an individualized plan for each participating family and child, and providing the necessary materials in support of the family needs to achieve their goals. Position meets funders requirements for this project. This position is responsible for generating accurate and timely reports for the funder. Works under the supervision of the Home Based Program Manager, with considerable demand for independent judgment and action.
AA or Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development, Early Childhood, Parent Education or closely related field or equivalent, required. Five years’ work experience in child care required. Good working knowledge of social service agencies and resources available throughout North Texas.
Excellent telephone and communication skills required. Must be able to work well under pressure and meet deadlines as required.
Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as in the framework of a team. Competence in data processing, word processing and spreadsheet applications required.
Regular and prompt attendance required.
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Dallas- Family Advocate - Child Care Group
The Family Advocate serves as the support system for families both within the center and within the larger community. Responsible for ensuring that the social service program, including program standards and requirements for Head Start and/or Early Head Start, are met. Serves as a member of centers administrative team. Works under supervision of the Site Based Manager with considerable demand for independent judgment and action.
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Communication with Families: Maintains ongoing contact with families, conducts home visits, refers families to appropriate in-house and/or community services, offers casework intervention, and functions as a liaison between parents, staff, and community agencies.
Monthly Parent Meetings/Involvement: Maintains the parent involvement program including planning and conducting monthly parent meetings. Promotes, maintains, and supports parent volunteer efforts.
Recruitment/Enrollment: Maintains full enrollment at the center and analyzes attendance when ADA drops below 85%. Coordinates and implements recruitment of clients, enrollment, and orientation procedures.
Records Management: Maintains and completes all social service records.
Case Management: Coordinates and participates in case management process. Presents cases as needed at Family Support meetings.
Database Maintenance: Requires the acquisition of knowledge and proficiency of the Head Start Electronic Information System and/or Redelearner Database within the introductory period of employment. ChildCareGroup will train the employee either directly or through the Database Training Department of Head Start of Greater Dallas, Inc.
Bachelors Degree in Social Work or related field required.
Two years working in a social services agency preferred.
Excellent organizational skills as well as written and oral communication skills required and the ability to work effectively with all levels of staff.
Prompt and regular attendance required.
Family Advocate position requires the acquisition of working knowledge and proficiency of the Head Start Electronic Information System within a reasonable period of time or the first the 90 days of the employees introductory period.
ChildCareGroup will train the employee either directly or through Database Training Department of Head Start of Greater Dallas, Inc.
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Dallas - Home-Based Programs Manager - Child Care Group
This position serves as a member of the Early Childhood Programs team and is responsible for the supervision of Parent Educators in the home-based program. The manager coordinates daily activities in the program to ensure compliance with Parents as Teachers, Health and Human Services, ChildCareGroup standards and other funders. This position is responsible for serving as a liaison between CCG and the community. Position works under the supervision of the Director of Home-Based Programs with considerable demand for independent judgment and action.
Supervisory: Assures that hiring, orientation, training, supervision, evaluation, performance review, time and attendance, disciplinary actions, and staff development procedures are in place to enable staff to meet program objectives. Provides orientation and training to staff. Supervises staff and provides consultation and technical assistance on performance and attendance on as needed basis. Ensures staff provide families with high quality home visits, group connections, resources, screenings, and assessments as required by PAT.
Program Management: Oversees management of Born Learning to ensure the requirements are met in a timely manner including billing, budgeting, and reporting. Responsible for successful implementation and compliance of the home visiting program. Assists with grant development, management and oversight of outcomes. Assists Director in obtaining and maintaining quality assurance through PAT National.
Born Learning Project: Attends Parents as Teachers Foundational and Model Implementation training and maintains certification as Supervisor and Parent Educator. Attends all follow up sessions as required. Assists Parent Educators in recruitment and evaluation of families for the program. Aids in coordination of developmental screenings and group training sessions.
Community Relations: Serves as the face and voice of CCG in the local community to promote the programs offered to eligible families as well as community leaders. Identifies, initiates and deepens relationships with various community stakeholders. Creates and distributes marketing materials to promote programs and educate the community, as appropriate.
Database Maintenance: Requires the acquisition of knowledge and proficiency of the Visit Tracker Database within the introductory period of employment.
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Waco - HOPES Program Coordinator - Family Abuse Center
The HOPES Program Coordinator oversees the HOPES Program including the Parents as Teachers affiliate. The Coordinator will be responsible for the implementation and coordination of service delivery, documentation and reporting, and community networking and outreach. Working with the Executive Director of the Family Abuse Center and the Director of Finance, the HOPES Program Coordinator will oversee the implementation of the program.
Master’s Degree in Education, Early Childhood Education or Human services preferred.
Bachelor’s Degree required
2 or more years’ experience in the field of early childhood development, education, home visitation preferred.
Experience supervising staff preferred.