Provide individual intensive case management of pregnant mothers and parenting students who are eligible for the ELECT/EFI program in Lycoming, Clinton, Bradford, Sullivan, and Tioga counties. Liaise with community service providers, educators, and health care providers for program participants.
Provide individual and group educational sessions during the academic year and the summer months as outlined within the ELECT/EFI grant through the PA Department of Education.
Education and Experience:
- Associate degree in Education, Human Services, Social Work or related field and 4 years related professional experience. (Minimum)
- Bachelor degree in Education, Human Services, Social Work or related field with 2 years related professional experience. (Desired)
Abilities and Skills:
- Superior interpersonal skills necessary to deal effectively, empathetically and courteously with students and their families, school district personnel, community agencies, and health care providers. (Minimum) Ability to interact successfully as a team member. (Minimum)
- Functional ability to manage required data for measured outcomes related to the grant requirements. Ability to operate in a fast-paced, multi-project environment. (Minimum)
- Possession of a valid driver’s license. (Minimum)
- Possession of all required clearances to be able to work with students under the age of 18. (Minimum)
Special Position Features:
- Person will be required to use personal vehicle to transport students.
- Will be required to work occasional evenings.
- This position is subject to a background check and all required clearances.
Responsibilities and Duties:
- Provide comprehensive case management services to ELECT/EFI program participants within the assigned counties of Lycoming, Clinton, Sullivan, Tioga, and Bradford per the requirements of the ELECT/EFI grant. (Essential)
- Provide comprehensive student assessment and develop individualized plan for program participants to remain in school and find employment or enrollment in post-secondary education upon graduation.
- Assist eligible students to access homebound instruction, if needed, or other appropriate academic services with the assistance of appropriate school district services. (Essential)
- Evaluate, adapt, and/or create appropriate educational materials and services relevant to sexual, reproductive, preventative health, and parenting needs of the participants of the program. (Essential)
- Conduct appropriate educational programs, individually and in groups, and facilitate group discussions.
Why Work for MissionOne?
MissionOne was established in 2009 with the vision of helping all students achieve their maximum potential. A leader in the field of educational staffing and management, MissionOne enhances the quality of student support by providing highly skilled paraprofessional, clerical, and other support personnel to school districts. As a MissionOne employee, you will enjoy the security of working in a permanent position. We will give you the individualized attention and ongoing support that you need to succeed!
To apply, please contact:
Northeast Support Services Area Manager
MissionOne is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status.