Parent Facilitator Family Service Association
The Parent Facilitator partners with direct service staff to assist with outreach and recruitment for program participation; and assists with facilitating multi-component education and prevention programs.
ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS:
- Assist with the planning, presenting, and facilitating of education and prevention workshops or services and community-based support group meetings for children, youth and adult participants. Recruitment, retention, implementation and completion rates for service participants are maintained in accordance with curriculum fidelity/requirements.
- Assist individuals and families by providing resources and referral information for community agencies and conducting follow-up on referrals.
- Assist with developing and maintaining collaborative working arrangements with local governments (municipal, county, and independent school districts), community based agencies or local offices of State and Federal agencies, and community residents.
- Assist in maintaining client records required for monthly statistical reports and implementing designated system to collect, report, and analyze service and productivity data.
- Assist in entering client information and client service participation and attendance into the agency's database and/or other reporting/tracking system as required by agency need.
- Assist in securing program presentation sites and selecting materials for use in the various program specific prevention and education services
- Assist in recruiting, interviewing, training, and placing service volunteers and community partners.
- Attend agency, program and staff/team meetings, peer consultations, and other meetings as assigned.
- Maintain good relationships with stakeholders (including current and potential clients, community and co-workers), focusing on providing excellent and culturally sensitive customer service and presenting a positive image of the agency.
- Maintain a working environment which encourages mutual respect, promotes respectful and congenial relationships between employees and is free from all forms of harassment.
- Perform other duties as assigned, such as making community presentations, organizing community events, and serving as the liaison to community collaborators, stakeholders and groups in accordance with the agencys team philosophy.
- High school graduate or GED equivalency.
- Experience in developing and presenting prevention and education workshops or programs is desirable.
- Experience in understanding cultural differences and is sensitive to the implications of culture for service delivery.
- Bilingual (English/Spanish) desirable.
- Certificate or license, as applicable, by the appropriate State agency as a qualified practitioner.
- State of Texas vehicle operator's license and proof of liability insurance.
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