- Bachelor's Degree
- Master's Degree
- Early Childhood Education
- Public Speaking
- Driver's License
This is a temporary grant position. This Duke Endowment’s Children’s Trust of SC Grant has been awarded to serve the Georgetown County community for three (3) years. The grant is planned to end on June 30, 2021.
Bachelor’s Degree Social work, Counseling, Early Childhood Education Public Health, or related Human Service Field, required.
Master’s degree, preferred.
A minimum of five (5) years total professional experience in: children’s services, youth services or family support services focused on families and children, required.
Experience in public speaking and giving presentations, preferred.
Experience in community engagement, preferred.
Experience in child growth and development setting, preferred.
Excellent communication and consulting skills with a strong understanding of evaluation processes.
Experience in leading groups.
An understanding of population-based, public health strategies to child maltreatment prevention.
Ability to work well in a team environment across multiple agencies, coalitions, and collaborative, overseeing compliance with set standards, required.
Well organized. Strong attention to detail and good computer skills.
Ability to write, implement and interpret administrative policies that reduce risk for the organization.
Strong people skills which include clear written and verbal communication, ability to be collaborative, assertive and persuasive while maintaining positive and productive relationships.
Committed to understanding and conducting their work consistent with the mission, values and core principles of the Triple P Initiative.
Ability to proactively encourage community buy in related to the initiative goals.
Valid and in good standing South Carolina driver’s license required.
Personal transportation to be able to visit various “work locations” throughout the county, required.
Ability to work weekends and attend evening events as needed.
Physical Requirements: Light-Medium Physical Agility Test (PAT) Rating
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently (activity or condition exists from 1/3 to 2/3 of the time) required to stand, sit, and walk; frequently to use hands, fingers; and frequently to talk or hear. The employee must exert 15 to 20 pounds of force occasionally (activity or condition exists up to 1/3 of the time), and/or 5 to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 5 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Position Summary of Duties:
Ensure response to inquiries from parents, potential referral sources, media, etc. within 72 hours of inquiry.
Engage potential or partner organizations regarding Triple P.
Provide quarterly updates to the Triple P Activating Agency Team and Children’s Trust of SC on progress.
Service Delivery and Support Systems
Coordinate with the Triple P Capacity Coach, Children’s Trust Triple P implementation team, and the local Georgetown Triple P Activating Agency implementation team to rollout out Triple P across Georgetown County.
Coordinate and track all Training Sessions for each level of Triple P and ensure standardized measurement to monitor and measure successful implementation and follow up.
Assist with presenting and organizing Triple P Level 2 - 90 minute presentations to parental groups.
Assist with Triple P Level 3 organizations implementation of brief consultations in their practices with support and follow up.
Assist Triple P Level 4 with the referral process and implementation of in depth consultations.
Coordinate with Triple P America to maintain inventory of parent program resources (e.g. group workbooks, seminar tip sheets) to be distributed to Implementing Agencies; this will require regular communication and planning with all Implementing Agencies.
Develop an access plan for documentation requirements among Implementing Agencies. Support practitioner access to required documentation (pre/post questionnaires, satisfaction survey, others as identified).
Coordinate practitioner peer support sessions in conjunction with the Children’s Trust of SC, providing feedback on concerns and needs identified by Implementing Agencies. (Establish schedule for regular peer support sessions)
Coordinate and support family recruitment efforts with Activating and Implementing Agencies.
Collect regular parent and practitioner testimonies and share these to build community buy in through social media and to encourage and celebrate Implementing Agencies.
Implement all Level 1 “Stay Positive” campaign activities (normalizing access of parenting support and education/providing tips and information about how to access Triple P services).
Create and implement systems for relevant and regular information feedback to Implementing Agencies (monthly updates on numbers served, accreditation status of practitioners, and a summary of outcomes achieved).
Create an MOA with Implementing Agencies to outline evaluation expectations and the timeline for submission of different data.
Provide information to Implementing Agencies on the importance of evaluation submission and basic troubleshooting for evaluation tools usage (i.e. technology support).
Share relevant outcome and output data with Implementing Agencies during meetings to celebrate successes, ensure continuous improvement, and to drive further buy-in on the importance of submitting required data.
Participate in any evaluation requirements of Activating Agency Team and/or Children’s Trust of SC.
Submit a year end progress report to the Activating Agencies Team.