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FHC is Hiring Preventative Team Leader

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PREVENTIVE TEAM LEADER

To provide preventive services to families referred by Erie County DSS. Responsible to conduct family assessment and work with family members to develop an individualized service plan; provide concrete and clinical services including intensive crisis intervention, ongoing individual and family counseling and parenting education services, linkage and advocacy. Works closely with ECDSS. Team Leader carries an average of eight to ten cases at a given time. Flexible schedule to work around the needs of individual families. Evening and weekend hours may be required. Assists with provision of continuity of services, providing emergency team back-up as needed. Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in human service field with a minimum of one year direct service experience in working with high-risk families, or an unusual combination of experience and education.  Must possess strong leadership and organizational skills.  Reports to Unit Supervisor.

THE ABOVE POSITION REQUIRES:

  • Ability to maintain client and Agency confidentiality;
  • Assistance with coverage of 24-hour Family Helpline; Crisis Support Services, including evenings, weekends and holidays;
  • Assists with coverage of 24-hour Family Helpline; Crisis Support Services, including evenings, weekends and
  • Assists with tasks necessary to maintain the day-to-day operation of the program, and assist with functions when emergencies arise so the 24-hour crisis services are not
  • Utilize knowledge in support of client service
  • Conducts in-home visit assessment with families as required by the
  • Uses good time management skills; structures own time, works independently but knows when to involve
  • Interacts using effective, positive interpersonal communication with individuals and
  • Attends trainings and other staff development activities as appropriate to develop professional
  • Demonstrates a willingness to learn about and implement skills related to
  • Models and practices sensitivity, fair treatment and acceptance of diversity in all interpersonal
  • Supports and communicates with Supervisor, co-workers and community partners in a cooperative manner; seeks supervision when appropriate, accepts and utilizes construction
  • Demonstrates and understands the boundaries of the position as they relate to both responsibilities and
  • Follows direction of Supervisor and
  • Demonstrates appropriate communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Exhibits appropriate language and dress; work attitudes and performance behaviors; dependability, proper work attendance and
  • Maintains case records and other paperwork in accordance with established timeframes as directed by Program
  • Complies with Agency safety standards and is responsible for own actions and conduct concerning safety and healthy working conditions, both within the Agency and in the
  • Must have knowledge of and the ability to work with minority
  • Able to provide professional leadership and work well with an interdisciplinary team of professionals, para professionals, and non-professionals.
  • Able to relate to different social and ethnic groups;
  • Complies with all aspects of the Agency’s policies and
  • Must have driver’s license with acceptable DMV record, adequate vehicle insurance and reliable
  • Has stamina to work required hours, irregular schedule, and on-call assignments in client homes and community
  • Flexible with co-workers and families to allow changes in schedule and other activities of the
  • Shows positive, respectful attitude toward job, fellow workers, community partners and
  • Clear mental thought
  • Basic computer knowledge and typing skills to complete required

ESSENTIAL MENTAL & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

General intelligence; motor coordination skills; coordination of eyes, hands, and feet; verbal speaking ability; flexibility, agility and strategic insight; ability to multi-task under pressure/meet deadlines; team player/coordinates with others; independent judgment; diplomatic, motivate others; effective client engagement skills, ability to be assertive in an appropriate manner.

EQUIPMENT USED:

Telephone system, copier, fax, computer (Microsoft Office products)

ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING CONDITIONS:

Enclosed office environment, multi-level buildings, school setting, community sites, home-based, travel required, abide by a tobacco-free policy.

Salary: $28,140

Submit letter of interest and resume by close of business Friday, 7/31/15:

Family Help Center Attention: Preventive
60 Dingens Street
Buffalo, NY 14206
 or email: info@familyhelpcenter.net

Family Help Center Is Hiring

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The following position is currently open in our Youth Leadership Development (YEL) unit:

PART-TIME YEL GROUP FACILITATOR

The Youth Empowerment Leadership (YEL) team holds ongoing youth meetings. We are looking for a responsible, mature adult (21 years or older) to assist with developing, planning and facilitating youth activities and supervision of youth in areas of programming activities. The YEL Group Facilitator is also responsible for transporting youth to and from group or special events. Successful applicant must understand and be able to respond to a variety of needs of a culturally diverse population of youth ages 13 to 22, as well as build rapport with the youth. Successful candidate will exhibit knowledge necessary to work effectively with youth with behavioral, emotional, or mental health challenges. As part of a team that includes the Youth Coordinator, Assistant Youth Coordinator and Group Assistants, the Group Facilitator is responsible for the safety of the group and is expected to actively participate with youth during all trainings and exercises. Requirements include 1 year experience working with youth, car and clean driver’s license, positive attitude towards job, clients, coworkers and Agency – team player.

This is a 20 hour per week position, and pays $13.25 per hour. Hours will include some evening hours. The Group Facilitator reports directly to the Youth Coordinator. Submit letter of interest and Internal Business Reference by the close of business on 8/3/15 to:

Family Help Center
ATTENTION: VERNA (YEL)
60 Dingens Street
Buffalo, NY 14206

Family Help Center Hiring DayCare Director

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FHCThe Daycare Director is responsible to plan, organize, implement, coordinate, and control services of the daycare program, exercising independent judgment and decision-making authority as delegated, including budget, policies, procedures, and staff supervision. Under general supervision, the Director operates the daycare program in conformance with New York State OCFS Daycare Regulations and licensing provisions.  Responsibilities include the overall management of the Center’s program and its operation, facilitating, planning and coordinating of the children’s educational programs and activities. The Director works with staff to facilitate their teaching of early childhood care, and with community daycare centers, and various local funding sources. The Director is also responsible for oversight of the Children’s Center for Success programming and partnerships.

Must have sound working knowledge of NYS OCFS Daycare Regulations and developmentally appropriate practices. Leadership, team building and mature judgment and the ability to maintain matters of a confidential nature essential.

Qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or its equivalent;
  • Minimum of one year full-time daycare teaching experience and one year experience of direct supervision of staff.
  • Demonstrated supervisory and administrative experience mandatory.
  • Medication Administration Training (MAT) will be necessary for the successful applicant.
  • Car and clean driver’s license required.

Please submit your resume and cover letter by the close of business Friday, December 12, 2014.

Attention: Daycare Director
Family Help Center
60 Dingens Street
Buffalo, NY 14206