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Family Specialist - Project DULCE

Family Specialist - Project DULCE

The Parent Child Center of Northwestern Counseling & Support Services is seeking an ambitious, flexible, and resourceful individual to join our team! The Family Specialist will be a part of project DULCE and work within a primary care medical home (Timber Lane Pediatrics – Milton) as a member of their health care team.

Project DULCE is a universal, evidenced-based approach to embedding strengths-based, family-centered child health care within the network of available community supports during the critical first six months of life. This position supports families for the first six months following the birth of an infant to provide additional support on healthy child development, parenting support, and by helping parents connect to both formal and informal community resources. The Family Specialist will meet with families at the initial well-child check, at subsequent routine visits, and for home visits if requested.  This position includes regional travel and some evening hours. 

Benefits include medical/dental, retirement savings, tuition reimbursement, 15 days personal account time in the first year, and 11 paid holidays. To be a part of this incredible initiative send your cover letter and resume to careers@ncssinc.org or apply online at www.ncssinc.org/careers.

Aug 01, 2019
Children Youth & Family
A history of relevant work experience, knowledge of maternal-child health, child development, and a robust understanding or community resources is required. The ideal candidate will have strong communication and organizational skills. Valid driver's license required.
Bachelor's degree in social work, human services, child development, or related field required; Master's degree a plus.
St. Albans, VT
NCSS
Full-Time; Monday - Friday including afternoons and some evenings
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