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Santiam Canyon Family Outreach Coordinator
Located in Stayton, Oregon
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Job Summary: The Santiam Canyon Family Outreach Coordinator works to identify at-risk families and assist them in accessing services through FBB or other agencies. Developing and maintaining strong collaborations with community partner organizations will be a crucial function of this position. The coordinator will enhance and grow the work that FBB is committed to in the Canyon area by collaborating with other local service providers.

Relief Nursery Therapeutic Education Teacher & Scheduled Teacher Substitute
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Job Summary: Teachers work as members of a teaching team to provide high quality early childhood services to children and families. Develop, implement and review activities to provide a developmentally appropriate early childhood program including environment, lesson plans, class schedules, documentation, and referrals to supporting agencies. Implement therapeutic educational strategies to promote skill building and evaluate progress of all enrolled children. Provide on-going assessment of progress and facilitate transitions into Head Start, community childcare or preschools or kindergarten as recommended. Through home visits, assist families in establishing a positive home environment to promote the physical, mental and emotional well-being of their children; assist in strengthening the parent-child relationship by improving parenting skills, reducing family stress, and meeting the needs of parents. Work in a non- judgemental, strength based manner with individual family members and groups.

Therapeutic Visitation Coach/Outreach Home Visitor
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Job Summary: The Therapeutic Visitation Coach/ Outreach Home Visitor works in a blended role providing support to high-risk families both with and without open DHS-Child Welfare (DHS-CW) cases.

The visitor meets regularly with families that have young children ages six weeks to five years old at designated visitation sites and/or in their homes. Using an evidence based curriculum the visitor helps parents establish positive parent-child relationships, support child-safety across environments, promote healthy child development, and give priority to supporting the emotional well-being of children and families. S/he assists in strengthening positive parent-child relationships by helping parents reflect on and improve their parenting skills. S/he partners with the parent in problem solving, reducing family stress, and accessing community resources that will help sustain a safe and nurturing home for the child.

As some families involved in services have open DHS Child Welfare cases, this role works in close collaboration with DHS Child Welfare staff and Foster Parents to ensure effective service delivery.

To apply at FBB:

Review the full job description (by clicking on the job title). You will be able to submit your job application through a link that is available on the job description page. FBB is accepting applications only through this online application system.