Family Well-Being Collaborator
Summary of Family Well-Being Collaborator
The Family Well-Being Coordinator is responsible for providing high quality parent education, coaching services and coordination of care with families and partner agency staff using a trauma informed framework.
Full Time, Exempt
Prevention and Group Services Coordinator
- Provide individualized services based on family or agency plan and identified needs and goals.
- Develop family plan together with families and/or partner agencies to identify needs and goals.
- Provide evidence based and informed interventions including Nurturing Parenting Programs, Trauma Responsive Care Strategies and Child Adult Relationship Enhancement strategies in individual and group-based formats.
- Conduct and code parent-child or staff-child observation sessions as identified on the care plan.
- Provide services with families or partner agency staff depending upon the needs of the family/agency and recommended service delivery.
- Model appropriate behavior with parents, staff and children.
- Encourage families and staff to celebrate progress and mastery of skills.
- Provide specific information on supporting the well-being of children impacted by sexual abuse, alcohol and other drug exposure, domestic violence exposure or childhood adversities.
- Refer families to additional services to support the goals of the case pan or emerging needs of families.
- Assist families and partner agency staff in overcoming barriers that lead to child welfare involvement.
- Serve as primary Family Nurturing Center liaison with Brighton Center and other partner agencies in the work to prevent families from child welfare involvement.
- Model high level trauma informed and responsive care implantation strategies.
- Educated and/or train as requested by FNC leadership on trauma informed care understanding.
- Collaborate to shift system understanding of impact of adversity on families and to create increased family well-being.
- Complete required documentation for both Family Nurturing Center, Brighton Center and other partner agencies to include metrics, outcome measures and service documentation.
- Other duties as assigned.
Master’s Degree in Social Work/related field, or Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years’ experience working with at risk children and families. Knowledge of the Nurturing Program and a shared vision of program philosophy required. Prior work with families required, and experience working with participants impacted by domestic violence, child sexual abuse, child physical abuse and other adversities required. Knowledge of child development and training/experience in providing care through a trauma informed lens required.
Experience working in a multi-disciplinary team where winning concessions without damaging relationships has been demonstrated.
The Family Well-Being Collaborator must maintain positive working relationships with families served, staff within partner agencies, the Program Coordinator, Chief Program Officer and other community partners.
Participant information and records, personnel information and records and other confidential agency information.
Supervisory Responsibilities: none
To apply for this position. Please send a cover letter and resume to:
Family Nurturing Center
5 Spiral Drive Ste. 100
Florence, KY 41042
It is the policy of the Family Nurturing Center® not to discriminate on the basis of age, color, handicap or disability, ancestry, national origin, marital status, race, religion, sex, veteran status, or political affiliation in its educational or employment programs and activities.