Salem, OR, USA

Early Head Start Home Visitor Supervisor - English/Spanish bilingual

Family Building Blocks
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Open date
October 24, 2023
October 24, 2023
Expiration date
November 24, 2023
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EARLY HEAD START HOME VISITOR SUPERVISOR Family Building Blocks in Salem, OR is seeking to hire an English/Spanish bilingual Early Head Start (EHS) Home Visitor Supervisor. You would typically work Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. Earn a competitive starting pay of $3,631-$3967 monthly depending on experience. The rate will include an additional English/Spanish bilingual language differential pay for employees that qualify. We also offer employer-paid medical, dental, vision for our full-time employees with buy up options and employer-paid basic group life insurance, discounted fitness center/gym memberships, alternative care supplemental benefits, paid time off, volunteer paid time off, inclement weather time off, paid holidays, and discounted rates for cell phone plans for Verizon and T Mobile. If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, apply today! ABOUT FAMILY BUILDING BLOCKS Family Building Blocks is a non-profit organization that serves children and families with the mission to keep children safe and families together. Our values reflect the services we provide and the culture we embrace for our staff. We strive for equity and celebrate diversity. We are collaborative and ambitious. We emphasize strengths and assume positive intent. We honor vulnerability and courage. We respect the unique personhood of each child. We believe in the power of a securely attached family. We are family-centered, caring and supportive. We express gratitude for our community's generosity. We offer optimism and hope. Our Rock Star employees are the most valuable asset we have in supporting our mission. In return for their hard work and dedication, we offer competitive pay and generous benefits. Our dedicated and loving employees also enjoy working and thriving in a positive, collaborative, and supportive work environment where we strongly support work-life balance. We also create opportunities for professional growth and participate in team self-care practices and challenges, plus occasional festive and creative competitions. DUTIES Provide individual weekly supervision to Home Visitors, Supervision includes ongoing support and reflection, performance monitoring and professional development to assure completion of supervisee job duties in accordance with standards and guidelines. Monitor and provide ongoing support to ensure high quality parent-child socializations (playgroups) and strong engagement of parents in this service. Collaborate with program parents, staff and community providers to assess family strengths, identify family goals, and ensure access, coordination and implementation of needed services and resources for families that promote the goals of the Head Start Parent, Family and Community Engagement Framework and Family Building Blocks. Participate in ongoing monitoring and reporting activities with Home Visiting Manager. Work collaboratively with the data team and Family Building Blocks Supervisor Team to identify staff training needs, monitor and support the use of evidence-based curriculum, and provide trainings as appropriate. Maintain ongoing strong communication with all team members. Review family situations to ensure that any case which may involve "imminent harm," "threatened harm," abuse or neglect is referred to Child Welfare Services according to agency protocols. Participate in program and agency events, meetings and trainings as assigned. Model behaviors that demonstrate an understanding, acceptance and welcoming of diversity. Maintain respectful and positive communication regarding all children and families. Engage and support volunteers as an integral part of program services. Participate in FBB program events, meetings and trainings as assigned. Other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's degree in social work, human development, early childhood education or other related field, or equivalent experience. Previous experience as a home visitor working with parents, infants and toddlers in a social service setting, preferably an Early Head Start program. Related experience preferably in areas of supervision, mentoring and coaching. Ability to pass a background check and drug test Have an Oregon driver's license and acceptable driving record Bilingual Spanish/English ARE YOU READY TO JOIN OUR TEAM? If you meet the qualifications and are ready to build a better world, apply now with our initial 3-minute, mobile-friendly application. Location: 97305 For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

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