Family Resource Coordinator Part-time Bilingual

Family Resource Coordinator Part-Time Bilingual 24/hrs/week

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Expressed interest or previous experience working with young children is recommended 
  • Computer experience with Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel and Publisher
  • Be able to speak, translate and interpret Spanish
  • Use of personal vehicle with mileage reimbursed
  • Ability to primarily work remotely and in the field 

BENEFITS

  • Simple Plan (Must meet qualifications)
  • Sick Time 
  • Reimbursement for mileage
  • Ability to work remotely
  • Flexible weekly work schedule (To be determined after hire with Lead FRC)

EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE

ECE Certificate or AA in Early Childhood Preferred, but willing to negotiate

Preferred: FRC trained (if not then SPARC along with Early Support for Infant and Toddlers will train to become an FRC)

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

A current CPR and First Aid Certificate, Food Handler’s Permit (or to be scheduled for completion within SPARC personnel guidelines and or outside agency). Must be willing to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a doctor or religious exemption 

SUMMARY

The Family Resource Coordinator is the initial contact for children and families with concerns regarding their child’s development. Address family concerns; conduct initial screening and ongoing evaluations according to ESIT (early support for infants and toddlers) requirements and guidelines.  If not trained as a current FRC, SPARC along with ESIT will ensure you are fully trained in all areas prior to adding any children to your caseload.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

(Include the following but are not limited to, other duties may be assigned)

  • Conduct initial screening and home visits from initiated referrals for SPARC
  • Conduct initial IFSP’s (Entry Child Outcome Summary COS) for children and carry an active caseload of 15-20 IFSP’s
  • Conduct IFSP reviews, annuals, transition conferences and exit COS
  • Enter all data into the ESIT DMS in a timely manner (if not trained, Supervisor will train)
  • Attend weekly Birth-3 MDT meetings
  • Attend weekly preschool MDT meetings
  • Complete necessary requirements to continue as an FRC
  • Complete all necessary paperwork according to ESIT requirements and time lines
  • Conduct all public awareness in Skagit County including, distribution of EI pamphlets, attend community events and host community events
  • Gather necessary resources for children and families
  • Collaborate with SLP’s, OT’s, contracted PT, and other FRC’s in SPARC
  • Keep abreast of all new ESIT guidance’s with support from Supervisor
  • Attend any necessary trainings and report back to necessary individuals or providers
  • Ensure that all necessary packets are in order for distribution
  • Willingness to work with a variety of children and families

ADDITIONAL DUTIES OUTSIDE OF FRC RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Attend Meetings as needed
  • Collaborate with Preschool Coordinator

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to spend periods of time

  • Sitting on the floor
  • Stooping
  • Kneeling
  • Bending over/down to children’s level

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