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OVERVIEW:  The Early Head Start and Head Start Program provides comprehensive child and family development services through home visits, center-based classrooms and case management. The program provides family support services and advocacy to low-income pregnant women and families with children birth to five.



·        Assist ERSEA Coordinator with enrollment including eligibility applications, referrals, intake and  recertification

·        Coordinate all family activities including monthly Parent Workshops and Newsletter

·        Coordinate and support the implementation and ongoing development of the Health Advisory Committee

·        Assist in developing the Policy Council and Parent Committee

·        Maintain and develop relationships with other community-based organizations that support the Program’s work with families and children

·        Monitor and track ongoing medical and health forms/records

·        Develop consistent, stable and supportive relationships with families, children and providers to assess their needs

·        Assist with programmatic implementation of Parent Family Community Engagement framework

·        Create individualized family/child plans and provide families with appropriate referrals. Manage a small caseload of families and conduct home visits

·        Monitor the ongoing provision of home visits and ensure that staff maintain proper documentation on families and children

·        Coordinate outreach and assist in the recruitment of families

·        Purchase outreach, workshop and training supplies

·        Maintain appropriate records that comply with Fiscal requirements

·        Develop and maintain community resource materials for families and staff including referrals

·        Assist in program evaluation and assessment

·        Other duties as requested by supervisor to fulfill job responsibilities

·        Coordinate transition plans for 3 & 4 year olds

·        Assist with staff and provider trainings



·        Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Education, Human Development or related field with knowledge of child development (birth to three years)

·        2-3 years’ experience working with families and providing home visits

·        Bilingual English/Mandarin or English/Cantonese strongly preferred


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Salary Information

Hours: 35 hours per week
Salary: Mid 40s, plus generous benefits package

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University Settlement is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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