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Newborn Parent Coach
Job ID:00004GW0
Category:AdminClerical
Location:CA Chatsworth
Hours:40 Monday to Friday 8AM 5PM varies
Pay:$19.80 $27.72
Hybrid Remote opportunity in Chatsworth CA
Job Description
Mixture of working in an office work environment and working directly with the community. Willingness to work iIn office, hybrid remote, remote.Parent Coaches will help identify client strengths, needs, barriers and risks and provide community resources for those needs and provide and model empathetic support and feedback when working with new moms, babies and family members. The Welcome Baby Program uses a family-centered and strength-based model that values the participant as the authority on herhis own experience and as fully capable of fulfilling herhis own potential for growth. Program participants may be experiencing the following domestic violence, homelessness, mental health issues, coping with a special needs diagnosis, and Department of Children and Family Services DCFS involvement.Essential Duties And ResponsibilitiesWithin a team environment, this position will perform the following responsibilitiesPlan, provide, and document visits and engagements in accordance with the Welcome Baby Program Model and the activities approved in the program contract. Collect, enter, maintain and report data accurately and on time. Participate in bi-monthly group reflective supervision, weekly individual reflective supervision, and staff meetings. Attend mandatory funder, curriculum affiliate, and agency required trainings. Keep up to date with fetal and child development literature, research, and trends in the business and politics early care and education.Prepare oral and written reports as needed.Represent company at community events as needed.
Skills Required
Child Development Associate CDA or Associate in Arts degree. At least one year of experience in maternal and child home visitation. Bilingual English and Spanish
Skills Preferred
CLE, CLC or IBCLCRLC certificates a plusBachelors degree preferred in child development, social work, psychology, human development, public health education, social studies, anthropology, human services, womens studies