Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2022 Oregon Parenting Educators Conference
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Program Assistant 2 - Parenting Education & Family Connections
Linn-Benton Community College Provides support for the College’s community focused programs administered by Parenting Education and Family Connections. Supports and assists the Parenting Education and Family Connections Departments in the achievement of key measures for grants and contracts in the Family Resource and Education Center (FREC).
Oregon Child Development Coalition Lead a fantastic, dedicated team in implementation of high quality preschool, including Head Start and Preschool Promise classrooms. Provide supervision, coaching, and ongoing monitoring.
Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education or related degree required. See website for full job description and requirements.
Clatsop County Coordinator
NW Parenting Hub Overview: NW Parenting Hub is looking to partner with a community organization in Clatsop County to provide county-wide coordination and support for parenting education to be integrated into the community.
Qualifications: -Experience coordinating accessible programing -Strong relationship building skills -Bicultural and Bilingual in Spanish preferred
Essential duties include: -Coordinator meetings every two weeks & bi-annual regional partners meetings -Identify and support potential partners for -Coordinate parenting programming including evidence based series, workshops, play and learn groups, Parent Cafés and other family support activities. -Connect partners with relevant trainings -Help build support network for parenting educators in the county -Support connection to professional learning opportunities -Help identify changing/shifting parent/family needs to help inform future planning -Share out parenting opportunities -Support data collection -Support local parenting educators with program delivery as needed -Support virtual programming through Zoom, registration, mailing materials to participants, and other needs that arise. -Support in person program delivery by helping find accessible space, childcare providers, healthy food options, registration, and other needs that arise.
If interested in applying please fill out this form by Friday, May 27th. https://forms.gle/4Tec2V3f6UhTFea39 NW Parenting will hold brief interviews with interested candidates the week of June 6th.
Multiple positions available; Community Engagement Coordinator, Home Visitors, Mental Health Program Assistant, Therapeutic Infant-Toddler Teachers, and more
Family Building Blocks ABOUT FAMILY BUILDING BLOCKS Family Building Blocks is a non-profit organization that serves children and families with the mission to keep children safe and families together. Our values reflect the services we provide and the culture we embrace for our staff. We strive for equity and celebrate diversity. We are collaborative and ambitious. We emphasize strengths and assume positive intent. We honor vulnerability and courage. We respect the unique personhood of each child. We believe in the power of a securely attached family. We are family-centered, caring, and supportive. We express gratitude for our community's generosity. We offer optimism and hope. creative competitions. Our Rock Star employees are the most valuable asset we have in supporting our mission. In return for their hard work and dedication, we offer competitive pay and generous benefits. Our dedicated and loving employees also enjoy working and thriving in a positive, collaborative, and supportive work environment where we strongly support work-life balance. We also create opportunities for professional growth and participate in team self-care practices and challenges, plus occasional festive and creative competitions. What we offer full-time staff: · Additional hourly rate for bilingual English/Spanish employees · Employer-paid Medical and Dental insurance with buy-up options starting the 1st of the month after hire. · 25% of spouse/child/family premiums paid by FBB And more! Please see our website for more information and employment opportunities.
Parenting Now Based in Eugene, Oregon, Parenting Now is seeking new parenting educators to facilitate our groups following our evidence-based, nationally recognized curriculum. This position is part time; hours vary and are primarily in the evenings. If you are -Reliable and flexible -Passionate and knowledgeable about child development -A skilled communicator with experience facilitating groups And you -Can work independently as part of a supportive team -Respect and value people of diverse cultures, ethnicities, sexual orientation, religion, ability, and style. Then, join us in our work! We believe all children should be raised by nurturing, skilled parents. Our mission is to provide the local and global community of parents and educators the tools and resources to create and sustain healthy, safe environments for children.
Desired Education and/or Experience: BA Degree (Master’s level preferred) in child development, education, counseling, or related field Professional experience working with young children Experience with Zoom for virtual group facilitation Experience working with low-income, highly stressed families and those involved with ODHS Parenting or similar experience
Family Support Specialist - Bilingual
Parenting Now Healthy Families Parenting Now is seeking applicants for a Bilingual Family Support Specialist position for 40 hours/week. Family Support Specialists provide individualized parent support to families with children from prenatal to three years old, using an evidence based Infant Mental Health model. Healthy Families provides extensive training. This person would be supporting families primarily in Eugene/Springfield and surrounding communities in Lane County. Preferred: Bachelor's Degree in a related field or equivalent lived experience with parents and/or children. Open until filled.
Family Support Specialist Western Lane County
Parenting Now Healthy Families Parenting Now is seeking applicants for a Family Support Specialist position in Western Lane County for 20 hours/week. Family Support Specialists provide individualized parent support to families with children from prenatal to three years old, using an evidence based Infant Mental Health model. Healthy Families provides extensive training. This person would be supporting families primarily in Florence and coastal communities in Lane County. Required: Bachelor's Degree in a related field or equivalent experience with parents and/or children. Open until filled.