Our title for this position is the Assistant Home Care Service Provider Coordinator (AHCSP). The AHCSP is responsible for coordinating the care of all children in Home Care Service Provider’s homes. The assistant coordinator ensures and supports the main HCSP coordinator with assuring all children in care receive consistent trauma informed services through the HCSPs by assisting them in building secure attachment & resilience for transition. The AHCSP Coordinator is accountable for assisting in the implementation of day-to-day operations of HCSP’s, including a high quality of life for all children in our care.
- Serve as the contact point, mentor, advocate, and information resource for program’s Home Care Service Providers.
- Proactively contact and document families/children transitioning into or out of foster care and children identified by the care team for health maintenance, education, navigation, and other assistance as needed in a manner that is both trauma-informed and culturally specific.
- Complete an accurate weekly report to reflect families in the licensing process, number of licensed homes and potential beds available.
- Complete a weekly report to reflect recruitment activities, number of inquiries, interviews, hires, in licensing process, number of licensed homes and beds available
- Assists with research of possible training topics, presentation of initial and ongoing refresher training of HCSP providers
- Review billing or documentation from foster parents (mileage and clothing reimbursements) and other service providers to maintain regulation compliance.
- Bachelor’s Degree required in Social Services or related field.
- Required number of years working with children/ adolescents in a social service setting. Volunteer and internship experience included: 3 years.
- Required number of supervisory years: 1Bilingual – Required.(English/Spanish)
$50,000 - $56,100 yearly
About Neighborhood Ministries
Neighborhood Ministries is a faith-based organization that has a strong culture of growth and lifelong learning. All roles within the programs have a common focus on creating safety for the children we serve. By building trust, we work towards helping children feel supported and empowered to live their lives. We seek compassionate, knowledgeable, and dedicated individuals.