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Bilingual Family Service Worker
Job Title: Bilingual Family Service Worker
Job Code: DCM363
Address: 3001 W. 59th St. Chicago, Illinois 60629
Phone:
Fax: 773-925-1170
Emp Type: Full-Time
Required Education: Bachelors Degree
Years of Experience:  3
Description: Basic Functions:
1. Responsible for maintaining, updating and submitting routine and ad-hoc reports, as necessary.
2. Maintains up-to-date and accurate client files and databases, as required by agency/programmatic policies and procedures, professional standards, and external requirements of all relevant regulatory, licensing, funding or accrediting bodies in the course of performing job expectations.
3. Completes all required documentation in accordance with agency/programmatic policies and procedures, professional standards, and external requirements of all relevant regulatory, licensing, funding or accrediting bodies.
4. Works with enrolled families to develop Family Partnerships/Goals to assist with but not limited to job readiness, bill assistance and additional social service needs either by referrals within Catholic Charities or external agencies.
5. Contacts families with the assistance of the Head Start Health Aide to ensure completion of medical forms and enrolls children into the Head Start program and ensures all necessary signatures, documents and paperwork is completed.
6. Coordinates and completes mental health data tracking on children identified for individual observations.
7. Facilitates and organizes workshops, trainings and social events for participants and families to enhance parentings skills, understand child development and prepare for job readiness.
8. Participates in on-going recruitment activities designed to increase enrollment in the program.
9. Maintains up to date knowledge in the field by attending seminars, workshops and in-service trainings, obtain at least 20 professional development hours annually per requirements of Gateways to Opportunity, obtains Gateways to Opportunity credentials relevant to position and works to increase credential levels as applicable to funding, accrediting and regulatory requirements.
10. Must be fluent in English and Spanish to provide language interpretation for clients with limited English proficiency.
Grade: 15
Salary: Not listed
Hours: Full Time

Work Location: 3001 West 59th Street, Chicago, IL. 60629
Preferred Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or in a related Social Service field, and course work in Early Childhood Development. Three years of experience in Social Services and/or in Head Start Programs. Knowledge of Head Start Performance Standards in Social Services, Family Partnerships, Parent Involvement, Community Partnerships and Recruitment. CPR and First Aide.
Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or in a related Social Service field. Three plus years of experience in Social Services and/or in Head Start Programs. Knowledge of Head Start Performance Standards in Social Services, Family Partnerships, Parent Involvement, Community Partnerships and Recruitment. CPR and First Aide certification within the first 12 months of employment.

Other Requirements: Must be able to walk, run and participate in physical activities with small children. Must be able to bend, stoop and sit at the children's level. Must be able to rearrange classroom equipment and supplies.
Attached Document: Not Available
Date Posted: 7/8/2018


Company Information
Company Name: Catholic Charities Of Chicago
Attention: Sandra Aguilera
Contact Email: saguilera@catholiccharities.net


  Listing #:   1621   
  Date Created:   7/8/2018
  Last Updated:   7/8/2018
  Date Expired:   8/6/2018
  Print Ad:   False


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