RN or Social Worker - OPTIONS
Crisis & Development Services
RN or SOCIAL WORKER -Options
Maternal and Infant Community Health Collaborative
Per Diem -Send Cover Letter with Salary Requirements
10 -12 hours a week Monday through Friday - with flexbility
Location: Based in Oswego with reimbursed county-wide travel
Crisis & Development Services has announced the availability of one per-diem position who will be responsible for the overall management and supervision of activities sanctioned by the Maternal and Infant Community Health Collaborative. Programming is focused on the improvement of maternal and infant health outcomes and family functioning for women and families in Oswego County.
Duties and responsibilities include:
- Assist with Planning outreach,interpretation of individual and family assessments, assess training needs and assist in providing health education, home visiting, and service coordination performed by Community Health Workers/Specialists;
- Develop, in conjunction with the coordinating agency, an overall work plan, including outreach strategies in the targeted geographic area;
- Assist/Conduct community and public education sessions to promote programming, including prenatal, preconception, and interconception health to other health care providers and community partners;
- Establish relationships with other community health and human service providers;
- Provide clinical supervision of staff and their caseload Work alongside staff to troubleshoot; ensure thorough completion of documentation.
- Provide oversight of publicity, marketing and program recruitment.
Candidates must be able to direct the work of others; set priorities and problem solve and have knowledge of family development. Good communication and the ability to relate with individuals and families in a professional, nonjudgmental manner are essential.
Minimum qualifications include A Public Health Nurse (PHN) or Registered Nurse with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN) or a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with experience in public health, community organization, and clinical case management (focused on individual and family); and experience with supervision and program management.
Candidates must possess a valid New York State Driver's License with a good driving record and access to properly insured vehicle for travel throughout the area.