Fatherhood Coordinator - Community Service Council



Agency Name: Community Service Council

Address: Community Service COuncil

Website Address: 16 East 16th St. Ste 202

Contact Name: Carol Collins

Job Inquiry Phone: 9186994275

Job Inquiry Email: ccollins@csctulsa.org

Job Opening Title: Fatherhood Coordinator

Job Opening Description: Healthy Start Fatherhood Coordinator will work in concert with the Healthy Start Care Coordinators to provide services to Healthy Start clients and their significant other, partner and or support system to provide case management and referral services. The Fatherhood Coordinator will contribute to maintaining Healthy Start's collective database. The Fatherhood Coordinator will use an evidence-based curriculum and develop educational materials, resources and training opportunities as needed for Healthy Start families.

Job Opening Basic Qualifications: -Bachelor's degree in Health or related field; Masters preferred
-Three or more years working in case management, with focus on family health preferred 
-Experience developing programs 
-Experience developing curriculum 
-Strong written and oral communication skills 
-Strong organizational skills 
-Strong understanding of cultural competency 
-Ability to work collaboratively 
-Bilingual (English/Spanish/Zomi) a plus

Job Description Summary: -Provide case management, activities and planned events for Healthy Start families
-Make home visits as needed as a part of Fatherhood Case Management Plan 
-Ensure Healthy Start Data Specialist and Program Director are provided with prompt and sufficient progress reports
-Follow evidence-based curriculum to provide effective parental and self-empowerment training opportunities for Healthy Start Clients 
-Attend required meetings and training (occasional out of state travel is required)
-Other duties or tasks as assigned

Application Deadline: 1/15/2019

Additional Information: Send resume and cover letter to hr@csctula.org.


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