Parenting Time Visitation, Program Coordinator

Summary of Parenting Time Visitation, Program Coordinator

The Program Coordinator oversees the Parenting Time Visitation Program, including the clinical, direct service and operational components. This position directly supervises the Intake Specialist, and Clinical Supervisors and works with staff to ensure that high quality services are provided to children and families in accordance with the proposal, contract and funder requirements. Requires a high level of flexibility in schedule.


Exempt, Full-Time




Cincinnati, Ohio


Director of Parenting Time Visitation

Primary Duties:

Key Areas of Responsibility:
• Implementation of clinical and operational structure, format, and procedures of program with input from JFS and ongoing modification as needed.
• Clinical liaison/linkage with JFS Team Supervisor and JFS Workers.
• Culturally competent direct service including supervised visitation and provision of parent education to assist families in attainment of written visitation plans and case plans.
• Supervision and ongoing education of staff in areas of parenting, testifying, de escalation, ASFA, JFS, engagement with families and other direct service components.
• Creates and implements a coaching, mentoring and training program for all program staff to ensure the fidelity of service models and contractual requirements.
• Oversee and implements the development of forms, procedures and systems that ensure high quality documentation and outcome data.
• Ensure grant and funding requirements are met.
• Serve as primary liaison for JFS, GAL, caregivers, and participants when concerns or needs rise above the staff and Clinical Supervisor level.
• Ensures a consistent flow and structure to the coverage of Visitation Services through hiring, training and developing an adequate number of staff.
• Assist with staff meetings and team meetings; attend all-agency meetings and events.
• Complete and oversee scheduling and training of all staff, including substitute workers.
• Approve direct report payroll and ensure members of leadership team comply with Agency payroll approval processes.
• Manage vacation, sick leave and other time off requests for staff, and ensure that adequate coverage is secured.
• Oversee program changes that need to be implemented based on agency or program initiatives.
• Supervise and ensure the referral, intake, and scheduling process in a manner that allows for adequate billing to meet budget requirements.
• Serves as the primary hiring manager for the program.
• Ensure grant and funding requirements are met.
• Other duties as assigned.


Job Requirements:
Master’s degree in Social Service Field or related field preferred. Five years experience working with children and families. Equivalent experience and education considered in lieu of a Masters degree. A minimum of 2 years Supervisory or management experience in human services programs. Understanding of the child welfare system and best practice child abuse prevention and intervention techniques. Independent licensure in OH or clinical licensure in KY, or obtainment within 6 months of accepting position preferred. Ability to deliver services within a Trauma Informed Care Framework. All positions at Family Nurturing Center require a shared vision and philosophy that promotes and enhances the agency mission, the ability to handle sensitive information and maintain high level of confidentiality, and demonstrated cultural competence and the ability to work effectively with diverse groups of people.

Recommended Qualifications:
Above-average ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Knowledge of child development and ability to implement nurturing approaches to parenting, and verbal de- scalation techniques. Demonstrated ability to build rapport and engage clients. Trained in trauma informed care, domestic violence and working with participants with a history of mental health challenges. Ability to work under deadlines, possess flexibility of thought and manage the pressure of multiple task. Ability to handle sensitive information, maintain high level of confidentiality and to foster community partnerships.

The Program Coordinator must maintain positive working relationships with children and families served, agency staff and volunteers, court and law enforcement personnel, referring agencies, funders and representatives of community resources.

Confidential Information:
Participant records and any confidential agency information.

Provides direct supervision to Clinical Supervisors and Intake Specialist. Oversees the supervision of Visitation Facilitators and indirectly supervises the Floor Supervisors and Case Aides.

To Apply:

To apply for this position. Please send a cover letter and resume to:

Family Nurturing Center
5 Spiral Drive, Suite 100
Florence, KY 41042


[email protected]
Phone: 859-525-3200
Fax: 859-525-3209

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