Current Family Development Center Careers
(Family Development Center)
Classrooms are managed by two Teacher/Interventionists and they are responsible for all aspects of the classroom at the Center. This position manages a caseload of 8-11 families and their children ages 6 weeks through 5 years, plans and implements developmentally appropriate and therapeutic curriculum for a classroom of 6-11 children, monitors each child’s development and the family’s functioning, conducts at least monthly home visits for each family and maintains accurate files on each child. This position provides classroom respite care services to children ages 0-5. This position is a part of the Therapeutic Early Childhood Program team and is supervised by and reports directly to the Program Supervisor.
The Bus Driver is often the first point of contact between parents and children who attend Family Development Center. The Bus Driver has the primary responsibility for ensuring the health, safety, and welfare of the children and staff during bus transportation to and from the center and on occasional field trips. It is the role of the bus driver to ensure all standard protocols and procedures are being followed such as: age appropriate child safety seats, child /staff ratio, and that the bus is clean and in working order always. The Bus Driver will also act as a direct link between Family Development Center and our parents.
The Family Service Specialist responsible for providing comprehensive, on-going, strength-based, family support services to high-risk families. This includes response to families, family stabilization services (e.g., crisis intervention, home visits, advocacy, resource and referral to community resources, food pantry), filling Therapeutic Early Childhood Program openings (e.g., complete paperwork, update family data) and maintain partnerships with community agencies. This position is supervised by and reports directly to the Program Director.