Healthy Families Manager

Community Action Pioneer Valley

Job Description

Healthy Families Manager (Greenfield)  
Leading our Healthy Families teams is more than a job, it is an opportunity to change the trajectory of a family's life.  You ensure that supervisors and home visitors can skillfully help guide new parents with everything from navigating parenting challenges and understanding child development to reaching personal goals like graduating college or gaining employment. CAPV seeks a highly organized, experienced and compassionate leader for our two programs serving the Franklin County/North Quabbin area and Hampshire County.  
Healthy Families is an intensive parenting support program that provides in-home coaching and support to first time pregnant and parenting youth aged 23 & under and their babies.  You are responsible for ensuring provision of the highest quality, inclusive, strength-based and trauma-informed work with young families. You are accessible, a great communicator, and provide skilled, reflective support for staff.  Responsibilities include supervising 2 supervisors who each support a team of 3 home visitors, regular reporting, re-contracting, policy development, community collaboration and active support for agency diversity, equity and inclusion goals. You provide confident and responsive leadership and are able to problem-solve and adapt.    
Full-time, salaried position $56,628 - $60,079. Excellent benefits. Requirements: Master’s degree in human services or field related to working with children and families or Bachelor’s degree with minimum of 3 years of relevant experience or less than a bachelor's degree but with commensurate Healthy Families Massachusetts experience. Experience with home visitation, preferably the Healthy Families model, and prevention services to 0-3 population, parenting education, infant/toddler development and parent-child mental health required. Management, supervision and direct service experience with case management required. Work and travel between sites required.  Bi-lingual/bi-cultural (Spanish/Latino) preferred and language differential provided. Valid driver's license, reliable transportation, safe driving record, and satisfactory CORI required.   
Community Action offers a supportive work environment, training, professional development and outstanding benefits. For those working 30 or more hours we offer Health Insurance (with CAPV paying 80% of plan premium for our core plan), Dental Insurance (CAPV pays 50% of the premium), Retirement Plan, Flexible Spending Plans, Vision Insurance, Long-Term Disability Insurance, accrue up to 12 days of Sick, accrues 15 days of Vacation, 4 days of Float time and 12.5 paid Holidays. Community Action is a qualifying employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.  
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Community Action is committed to a diverse workforce. AA/EOE/ADA