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PARENT PARTNER PROGRAM SPECIALIST PART TIME

  • ... Concord, New Hampshire, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 33.47 per hour
  • Posted on: Feb 06, 2024       Expires on: Mar 22, 2024

PARENT PARTNER PROGRAM SPECIALIST PART TIME   

JOB TITLE:

PARENT PARTNER PROGRAM SPECIALIST PART TIME

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Concord New Hampshire United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

State of New Hampshire Job Posting
Department of Health and Human Services
Division for Children, Youth, & Families
Concord, NH
PARENT PARTNER PROGRAM SPECIALIST
#TMPPT5855- Part-Time (29.
5 hrs/week)
The starting salary range for this position is $24.
90-$33.
47 hourly

The State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services, Division for Children, Youth, and Families has a part time vacancy for Parent Partner Program Specialist.

SUMMARY:

Analyzes and interprets policies and procedures and makes recommendations to ensure that the family voice and lived experience are infused in daily practice, policy and services within the Division for Children, Youth, and Families with the overall goal of improving child welfare outcomes.
The Program Specialist works with the Parent Partner Program Administrator, and other agency leaders to plan, develop, implement, and monitor program activities and strategies to promote a culture and practices that supports lived experience integration, and efforts to build greater agency capacity to recruit, retain, develop, and leverage family leaders ready to partner with the Division in practice and system’s improvement efforts.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provides consultation and subject matter expertise to the Division bringing the family voice, lived experience, and perspective to inform program strategies, policies, protocols, practices, and services to increase family engagement to improve child welfare outcomes.

Works collaboratively with the Parent Partner Program Administrator to develop and implement a plan to deepen the integration of lived experience by building a stronger infrastructure to support the recruitment, retention, and development of family leaders ready to partner with the Division as partners, advisors, collaborators and co-creators of solutions.

Provides support, guidance, education and mentoring to family leaders regarding practice or policy changes within DCYF that impact families or their children.
Serves as the conduit between families and DCYF to elevate and infuse family voice to ensure that practice, policy, and system’s changes are grounded on the reality of families.

Participates in DCYF committees, workgroups, and team meetings to infuse lived experience, increase staff awareness of the complex issues faced by families, identify the barriers marginalized families face, and develop effective strategies to promote positive collaborations between birth parents, agency staff, community partners, and foster parents that can lead to improved child welfare outcomes.

Partners with the Program Administrator and other program leaders to develop and implements a plan to recruit, retain and develop family leaders to participate in Better Together workshops, panels, and team meetings.
Leads efforts to increase the community of family leaders who believe in partnering with the Division and are ready to collaborate with the Division in various roles as practice advisors, training partners, and champions of a fostering culture that values engaging and empowering families.

Participates in other planning, implementation, and evaluation of Department, Division, and Program activities, as requested.

Analyzes existing policies and procedures and makes recommendations to infuse family voice and expertise in system transformation efforts and promotes practices and strategies that improve the lives of children and strengthen families by participating at relevant cross-department and interagency meetings.

Represents the Division in regional and state conferences, serving as a panelist and/or co-presenter.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Bachelor’s degree from a recognized college or university with major study in sociology, psychology, human services, behavioral science, social work, education, liberal studies, theology, or criminal justice.
Each year of experience integrating lived experience may be a substitute for formal education.

Experience: Four years' professional or paraprofessional experience in human services or child welfare field working with children and/or families, with responsibility for program implementation, direct service delivery, planning or program evaluation.

License/Certification: Must hold a N.
H.
driver's license and have access to reliable transportation for statewide travel.
Liability insurance coverage on vehicle, as required by law for applicant’s state of residence, for travel throughout the State of New Hampshire.

Special Requirements: Must be available to work some non-traditional work hours.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Direct experience within the child welfare system or closely related experience is highly preferred.
Demonstrated comfort in sharing experiences of system involvement.
Demonstrated command of consulting principles and best practices, including respect for boundaries, ability to establish positive relationships with peers, ability to present ideas in a way that promotes collaborating and facilitates consensus building toward positive solutions.
Experience representing family voice at the state level.
Knowledge of child welfare beyond personal experience.
Subject matter expertise in key areas of child welfare is preferred.
Demonstrated commitment to improving the lives of children, collaborating with birth families, and improving child welfare.
History of follow through on commitments.
Service-orientation.
One year of professional or paraprofessional experience in the helping profession, business sector or public sector.

DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The supplemental job description lists the essential functions of the position and is not intended to include every job duty and responsibility specific to the position.
An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on the supplemental job description provided that such duties are characteristic of that classification.

For further information please contact Geraldo Pilarski, Administrator, Geraldo.
Pilarski@DHHS.
NH.
GOV, 603-271-0532.

EOE
TDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 06, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

33.47 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707479670-72e49372206d8fe3d6c346915031ee59

LOCATION:

New Hampshire United States

CITY:

Concord

Job Origin:

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State of New Hampshire Job Posting
Department of Health and Human Services
Division for Children, Youth, & Families
Concord, NH
PARENT PARTNER PROGRAM SPECIALIST
#TMPPT5855- Part-Time (29.5 hrs/week)
The starting salary range for this position is $24.90-$33.47 hourly

The State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services, Division for Children, Youth, and Families has a part time vacancy for Parent Partner Program Specialist.
SUMMARY:

Analyzes and interprets policies and procedures and makes recommendations to ensure that the family voice and lived experience are infused in daily practice, policy and services within the Division for Children, Youth, and Families with the overall goal of improving child welfare outcomes. The Program Specialist works with the Parent Partner Program Administrator, and other agency leaders to plan, develop, implement, and monitor program activities and strategies to promote a culture and practices that supports lived experience integration, and efforts to build greater agency capacity to recruit, retain, develop, and leverage family leaders ready to partner with the Division in practice and system’s improvement efforts.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provides consultation and subject matter expertise to the Division bringing the family voice, lived experience, and perspective to inform program strategies, policies, protocols, practices, and services to increase family engagement to improve child welfare outcomes.

Works collaboratively with the Parent Partner Program Administrator to develop and implement a plan to deepen the integration of lived experience by building a stronger infrastructure to support the recruitment, retention, and development of family leaders ready to partner with the Division as partners, advisors, collaborators and co-creators of solutions.

Provides support, guidance, education and mentoring to family leaders regarding practice or policy changes within DCYF that impact families or their children. Serves as the conduit between families and DCYF to elevate and infuse family voice to ensure that practice, policy, and system’s changes are grounded on the reality of families.

Participates in DCYF committees, workgroups, and team meetings to infuse lived experience, increase staff awareness of the complex issues faced by families, identify the barriers marginalized families face, and develop effective strategies to promote positive collaborations between birth parents, agency staff, community partners, and foster parents that can lead to improved child welfare outcomes.

Partners with the Program Administrator and other program leaders to develop and implements a plan to recruit, retain and develop family leaders to participate in Better Together workshops, panels, and team meetings. Leads efforts to increase the community of family leaders who believe in partnering with the Division and are ready to collaborate with the Division in various roles as practice advisors, training partners, and champions of a fostering culture that values engaging and empowering families.

Participates in other planning, implementation, and evaluation of Department, Division, and Program activities, as requested.

Analyzes existing policies and procedures and makes recommendations to infuse family voice and expertise in system transformation efforts and promotes practices and strategies that improve the lives of children and strengthen families by participating at relevant cross-department and interagency meetings.

Represents the Division in regional and state conferences, serving as a panelist and/or co-presenter.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Bachelor’s degree from a recognized college or university with major study in sociology, psychology, human services, behavioral science, social work, education, liberal studies, theology, or criminal justice. Each year of experience integrating lived experience may be a substitute for formal education.

Experience: Four years' professional or paraprofessional experience in human services or child welfare field working with children and/or families, with responsibility for program implementation, direct service delivery, planning or program evaluation.

License/Certification: Must hold a N.H. driver's license and have access to reliable transportation for statewide travel. Liability insurance coverage on vehicle, as required by law for applicant’s state of residence, for travel throughout the State of New Hampshire.

Special Requirements: Must be available to work some non-traditional work hours.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Direct experience within the child welfare system or closely related experience is highly preferred. Demonstrated comfort in sharing experiences of system involvement. Demonstrated command of consulting principles and best practices, including respect for boundaries, ability to establish positive relationships with peers, ability to present ideas in a way that promotes collaborating and facilitates consensus building toward positive solutions. Experience representing family voice at the state level. Knowledge of child welfare beyond personal experience. Subject matter expertise in key areas of child welfare is preferred. Demonstrated commitment to improving the lives of children, collaborating with birth families, and improving child welfare. History of follow through on commitments. Service-orientation. One year of professional or paraprofessional experience in the helping profession, business sector or public sector.

DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The supplemental job description lists the essential functions of the position and is not intended to include every job duty and responsibility specific to the position. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on the supplemental job description provided that such duties are characteristic of that classification.

For further information please contact Geraldo Pilarski, Administrator, Geraldo.Pilarski@DHHS.NH.GOV, 603-271-0532.
EOE
TDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964

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