Primary Responsibilities include:
home visits (60% of worked time) to educate clients on parenting techniques and
develop advocacy skills and to assist them in securing community resources to
strengthen their support system.
groups or other networking opportunities for clients.
all required program, agency and regulatory training and meetings.
all required paperwork in accordance with funding and agency requirements and
submit by required deadline. This
includes but not limited to case records, timesheets, mileage forms and expense
with Case Manager on shared client cases to ensure quality delivery of
other tasks, projects and responsibilities as needed to ensure the effective
operation of the program.
Qualifications and Requirements include:
the required OMH trainings within the first year of employment
parent or have parented a child with special needs.
have a valid New York State driver's license with a safe and responsible driving
history. A motor vehicle that is
properly insured, registered and maintained in accordance with NYS DMV
regulations and the ability to regularly travel to and from residences,
worksites and schools within Nassau or Suffolk County.
of Outlook, Microsoft Word and the Internet.
Ability to adapt to program specific applications.
- Up to 19 hours per week.
schedule based on client's needs and availability, which will include evening
and Children's Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer