Family Building Blocks

Job Openings

IT Support Specialist
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Job Summary: The IT Support Specialist works with the IT Director in the following areas:

  • Ordering and setting up computers, printers, and network equipment.
  • Provisioning/archiving user accounts.
  • Installing software.
  • Troubleshooting hardware, software, and network issues.
  • Assisting staff and volunteers with IT questions.
  • Working with various IT vendors.

Polk County Therapeutic Visitation Coach
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Job Summary: The Therapeutic Visitation Coach works in partnership with DHS Child Welfare staff to assist parents who have open DHS Child Welfare cases in developing healthy and appropriate parenting techniques. S/he meets weekly with families that have young children ages six weeks to five years old at designated visitation sites and/or in their homes. S/he 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 all families involved in services have open DHS Child Welfare cases, the Therapeutic Visitation Coach works in close collaboration with DHS Child Welfare staff and Foster Parents to ensure effective service delivery.

Relationship-Based Visitation Coach
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Job Summary: The Relationship–Based Visitation Coach works with families at designated visitation sites and in their homes to help parents establish positive parent-child relationships, to support child safety across environments, to promote healthy child growth and development and to support 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 all families involved in the Relationship Based Visitation program have open DHS Child Welfare cases, the Relationship Based Visitation Coach works in close collaboration with DHS Child Welfare staff and Foster Parents to ensure effective service delivery. This is a limited term position that will continue for up to six month from date of hire.

Early Head Start Home-Based Teacher/Family Advocate
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Job Summary: The Early Head Start Home-Based Teacher/Family Advocate at Family Building Blocks encourages the development of a safe, nurturing home learning environment for infants and toddlers on weekly home visits. They recognize parents as the child’s first teachers and support each family to identify their strengths and build on them. Weekly home visits to families provide developmentally appropriate parenting information, support family goals, health tracking, developmental screenings for children, and help families to access community resources. The Home-Based Teacher offers group socializations for parents to support their child in a group learning environment. As Family Advocate this position assists with planning and implementing parent trainings, parent education classes, and health screening events. All activities occur in accordance with the Head Start Performance Standards and the Head Start Act.

Monthly Giving Coordinator
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Job Summary: The Monthly Giving Coordinator will coordinate and grow the monthly donor program and help provide prompt and personal recognition to donors.

Early Head Start Bilingual Home-Based Teacher
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Job Summary: The Early Head Start (EHS) Home-based Teacher at Family Building Blocks encourages the development of a safe, nurturing home learning environment for infants and toddlers, identifying family strengths and recognizing parents as the child's first teachers. The Home-based Teacher also offers group socializations for families to support their child in a group learning environment. This position serves EHS families voluntarily participating in a two-year long research and evaluation project requiring families to respond to research-specific questionnaires and surveys at regular intervals. All activities occur in accordance with the Head Start Performance Standards, the Head Start Act and the requirements of the Oregon Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting Initiative (MIECHV) Project.

To apply at FBB:

Please review the full job description (by clicking the job title). Applicants should send FBB the following:

Please send the application materials by email to :
dburgess@familybuildingblocks.org


or by mail to:
Human Resources
Family Building Blocks
2425 Lancaster Dr NE
Salem OR 97305