Nurturing Families Connections Coordinator

Job Title: Nurturing Families Connections Coordinator

Department: Child Advocasy

Position Type: Staff

Hours: 10 hours

Weekends: As needed

Posted: 03/21/2017

Job Summary

The Nurturing Connections Coordinator is responsible for: day to day implementation of the program, program planning, development and evaluation. Responsible for screening and education of first time parents, including hospital visitation to birth parents who deliver at Day Kimball Hospital. Responsible for training and supervision of volunteers and oversight of contracted partner agencies involved with screening families in maternal child health department.

1. Minimum BA/BS in Social Work or related field required.
2. Knowledge of community resources and experience in working with community agencies preferred.
3. Experience in working with culturally diverse communities/families and the ability to be culturally sensitive and appropriate preferred.
4. Maturity and experience in working with families and knowledge about infant/child growth and development.

Day Kimball Healthcare is a non-profit, integrated medical services provider comprised of Day Kimball Hospital, healthcare centers in Danielson, Dayville, Plainfield and Putnam, Day Kimball HomeCare, Hospice & Palliative Care of Northeastern CT, Day Kimball HomeMakers, and Day Kimball Medical Group. Its service area includes Northeast Connecticut as well as nearby Massachusetts and Rhode Island communities. Day Kimball Healthcares comprehensive network offers more than 1,400 employees including nearly 300 associated, highly-skilled physicians, surgeons and specialists. Its website is daykimball.org.

Day Kimball Healthcare is an Affirmative Action / equal opportunity employer committed to providing equal opportunity to all applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected under local, state or federal laws.

Day Kimball is a smoke free environment.

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