Program Coordinator
YMCA of Orange County
Tustin, CA, USA
Job Posted:
30+ days ago

Program Coordinator

General Purpose:
The YMCA of Orange County Home Visitation Program serves the families referred by Social Services Agency CalWORKs program to provide home visits for parenting, developmental assessments, home safety, and case management services. In collaboration with the Multi-Ethnic Maternal Child Health Network (MEMCHN) this program will serve parents of newborns up to three years old. Utilizing the Parents as Teachers model, YMCA Home Visitation Program Coordinator will provide parental guidance and coaching in the home of the participant and includes services such as pre- and post-natal care assessment, developmental screenings, post-partum depression screening, and child development. In addition, the Home Visitation Program Coordinator will develop individualized programs and supervise the Home Visitors.

Korean bilingual required
• Provide home visits to families participating in the Home Visitation Program
• Develop Individualized Family Plans with the parent or caregiver
• Supervise the Home Visitor
• Assign Home Visiting Cases
• Teach and model parenting skills in the home
• Ensure the accurate completion of documentation and data collections
• Assist families in identifying/accessing appropriate community resources
• Maintain and ensure the accurate completion of case files, notes, and reports
• Maintain accurate work and activity sheets, statistics, court reports/letters as required by program
• Maintain relationships with referral source and attend meetings as required
• Develop effective working relations with all individuals and agencies supporting the (MEMCHN) and the YMCA.
• Ensure privacy requirements are maintained
• Maintain positive communications with all agency staff, families, and volunteers
• Support existing agency policies, principles, and mission
• Exercise good judgment in the performance of duties and responsibilities
• Maintain high standards of quality for program services
Education & Certification:
Option 1: 4 year degree in early childhood education or a related field
Option 2: 2 year degree or 60 college hours in early childhood education or a related field
Option 3: Bachelor’s degree and at least two years of previous supervised work experience with young children, parents, or both and equivalent supervisory experience of direct care staff.
Experience & Background:
• Successful experience working with families, children, and/or parents, and/or community outreach
• Ability to provide services that are culturally responsive
• Ability to use diagnostic skills to make assessments of the needs of children and families
• Demonstrated ability to be culturally responsive to the families served in ME-MCHN; Bilingual Korean ability required
• Training and experience in the Parents as Teachers home visiting model preferred
Skills & Abilities:
• Strong organizational, verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
• Ability to prioritize duties in a fast-paced environment
• Must have a valid driver’s license, insurance, clean driving record, and reliable vehicle for transportation
• Valid CA Driver's License and acceptable driving record and valid car insurance
$20-$24 per hour