Bridges Triple P/Child Development Director
Community Partnership Group - Riviera Beach, FL

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DESCRIPTION

JOB SUMMARY:
The purpose of Bridges (a community hub concept), is to develop a coordinated and integrated, local system of care that is community-based and focused on increasing healthy births, decreasing child abuse and neglect and increasing school readiness in specific geographical areas. The Triple P/Child Development Director is responsible for the Bridges domain of parent engagement: developing and overseeing the Triple P services, the ASQ component services, parent peer support, and coordinating with the parenting support program (Incredible Years).
** COMPETITIVE SALARY**

DUTIES

The Triple P / Child Development Director is responsible for the Bridges domain of parent engagement:

  • Oversee the implementation and success of the Triple P Level 3 services according to the Bridges contract at the 6 sites managed by Housing Partnership. This includes the ETO data system and all other related tracking and reports.
  • Develop and oversee the ASQ component services: ASQ-3 screening with parents, developing the 'Raise Me Up' parent / child support component for all sites. This includes the Excel and/or HBDS data system and all other related tracking and reports.
  • Develop and oversee the parent peer support component. This includes all related tracking and reports.
  • Coordinate with the subcontracted Lead Agency responsible for the parenting education program (Incredible Years). Be responsible for the recruitment of families for this component.
  • Provide direct supervision and functional support to the Parent Coaches and Child Development Specialists under the HP Bridges contract.
  • Oversee the Triple P peer support and quality assurance including chart reviews. Monitor and track the established Triple P milestones for contract compliance at each site.
  • Develop and oversee the parent peer support component to be implemented in the 2013-14 fiscal year.
  • Effectively communicate and coordinate with the Bridges Directors at each site. Effectively participate in matrix supervision / management of these positions with the site-based Bridges Directors.
QUALIFICATIONS

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Masters' Degree required, in field related to child development preferred
  • Minimum of 3 years of work experience related to child development
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in management & supervision skills
  • Experience in matrix management/supervision preferred
  • Training certification in Touch Points and Triple P, Level 3 strongly recommended
  • Training certification in Solution Focused Training preferred
  • Flexibility in work hours, including evenings and week-ends
  • Reliable transportation
  • Strong communication skills - in public speaking and writing
  • Competent level of computer skills in the Microsoft Office suite, specifically Word and Excel, as well as usage of the internet and e-mail. The Triple P / Child Development Director is responsible for the Bridges domain of parent engagement:
  • Oversee the implementation and success of the Triple P Level 3 services according to the Bridges contract at the 6 sites managed by Housing Partnership. This includes the ETO data system and all other related tracking and reports.
  • Develop and oversee the ASQ component services: ASQ-3 screening with parents, developing the 'Raise Me Up' parent / child support component for all sites. This includes the Excel and/or HBDS data system and all other related tracking and reports.
  • Develop and oversee the parent peer support component. This includes all related tracking and reports.
  • Coordinate with the subcontracted Lead Agency responsible for the parenting education program (Incredible Years). Be responsible for the recruitment of families for this component.
  • Provide direct supervision and functional support to the Parent Coaches and Child Development Specialists under the HP Bridges contract.
  • Oversee the Triple P peer support and quality assurance including chart reviews. Monitor and track the established Triple P milestones for contract compliance at each site.
  • Develop and oversee the parent peer support component to be implemented in the 2013-14 fiscal year.
  • Effectively communicate and coordinate with the Bridges Directors at each site. Effectively participate in matrix supervision / management of these positions with the site-based Bridges Directors.

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