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Now Hiring Multiple Positions

We are currently hiring to fill the part-time Bi-lingual Parent Educator in Natrona County and a full-time Parent Educator position in Fremont County.

Please scroll down to read the position summaries, qualifications, and essential functions. 

Want to know more about this program?  Please feel free to navigate throughout this website.

 

Have questions about the positions?

Please call Susan at 307-462-6028 or email her at susanpat@nowcap.com

Want to apply?

Please send cover letter and resume to susanpat@nowcap.com 

Part-Time Bi-lingual Parent Educator for Natrona County

Position Summary:

A certified parent educator implements the Parents as Teachers (PAT) model, emphasizing parent-child interaction, development-centered parenting and family well-being in their work with families.  Utilizing the PAT Foundational Curriculum in culturally sensitive ways, the parent educator partners, facilitates and reflects with families.  Applicant MUST be able to communicate fluently in English and Spanish.

Qualifications:

~ Must have at least a high school diploma or GED and a minimum of two years' previous supervised work experience with young children and/or parents.  Bachelor or four-year degree in early childhood education, social work, health, psychology or related field preferred (or equivalent degree outside of the United States).

~ Must be able to communicate fluently in English and Spanish.

~ Strong communication and interpersonal skills (e.g. nonjudgmental, objective, reflective, emphatic, patient, tactful).

~ Ability to establish rapport with families and empower them by building on their strengths.

~ Strong organizational and record keeping skills

~ Ability to work independently and be self-motivated (often in the field).

~ Computer skills; including web browsing, email, Internet, word processing and comfortable learning new programs.

~ Some overnight travel required.

~ Must have own reliable car to use for daily travel.

~ The parent educator must complete the Parents as Teachers Foundational and Model Implementation Trainings before delivering PAT services.

Essential Functions:

~ Engage in recruitment activities

~ Complete an initial and annual family-centered assessment with each family

~ Develop, monitor and review goals with each family

~ Plan, provide and document personal visits focused on the parent-child interaction, development-centered parenting, and family well-being

~ Use the PAT Foundational Curriculum to share researched based information with families

~ Provide group connections to give families an opportunity to build social connections with each other, engage in parent-child interaction activities, and increase their knowledge of ways to support children's development

~ Complete at least an initial and annual development screening and health review for each enrolled child

~ Connect families to resources that help them reach their goals and address their needs

~ Help parents and children transition to other services as needed

~ Maintain and submit in a timely way all required family and program documentation

~ Organize inventory supplies/materials, etc

~ Participate in at least 2 hours of reflective supervision monthly and at least 2 hours of staff meeting monthly

~ Obtain competency-based professional development and renew parent educator certification annually.  Some overnight travel required

~ Participate in continuous quality improvement

Full-Time Parent Educator for Fremont County

Position Summary:

A certified parent educator implements the Parents as Teachers (PAT) model, emphasizing parent-child interaction, development-centered parenting and family well-being in their work with families.  Utilizing the PAT Foundational Curriculum in culturally sensitive ways, the parent educator partners, facilitates and reflects with families.

Qualifications:

~ Must have at least a high school diploma or GED and a minimum of two years' previous supervised work experience with young children and/or parents.  Bachelor or four-year degree in early childhood education, social work, health, psychology or related field preferred.

~ Strong communication and interpersonal skills (e.g. nonjudgmental, objective, reflective, emphatic, patient, tactful).

~ Ability to establish rapport with families and empower them by building on their strengths.

~ Strong organizational and record keeping skills

~ Ability to work independently and be self-motivated (often in the field).

~ Computer skills; including web browsing, email, Internet, word processing and comfortable learning new programs.

~ Some overnight travel required.

~ Must have own reliable car to use for daily travel.

~ The parent educator must complete the Parents as Teachers Foundational and Model Implementation Trainings before delivering PAT services.

Essential Functions:

~ Engage in recruitment activities

~ Complete an initial and annual family-centered assessment with each family

~ Develop, monitor and review goals with each family

~ Plan, provide and document personal visits focused on the parent-child interaction, development-centered parenting, and family well-being

~ Use the PAT Foundational Curriculum to share researched based information with families

~ Provide group connections to give families an opportunity to build social connections with each other, engage in parent-child interaction activities, and increase their knowledge of ways to support children's development

~ Complete at least an initial and annual development screening and health review for each enrolled child

~ Connect families to resources that help them reach their goals and address their needs

~ Help parents and children transition to other services as needed

~ Maintain and submit in a timely way all required family and program documentation

~ Organize inventory supplies/materials, etc

~ Participate in at least 2 hours of reflective supervision monthly and at least 2 hours of staff meeting monthly

~ Obtain competency-based professional development and renew parent educator certification annually.  Some overnight travel required

~ Participate in continuous quality improvement

  • Families Served since 2016

    158

  • Visits since 2016

    3,043

  • Resources Given since 2016

    600

  • # of Group Connections since 2016

    70

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