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Interested in joining our team here at SPCC? Here are our current openings (Click HERE to download our employment application):

TITLE: WIC Nutritionist

SPCC is seeking a full time Nutritionist in the WIC Program. The program is based in Canandaigua and Newark, New York and serves Ontario, Wayne, Yates, Seneca and Eastern Monroe Counties.

POSITION SUMMARY:

WIC Nutritionist performs health and nutrition assessments of WIC applicants. Identifies and documents risk factors according to program requirements. Provides nutrition and health counseling based on participant need. Makes appropriate referrals to health and human service agencies. Travel throughout five county area required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences, Community Nutrition, Clinical Nutrition, Dietetics or Public Health Nutrition preferred. Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or an appropriate health related field with at least six hours of approved nutrition coursework required. Strong assessment skills in health and general nutrition. Good communication skills and ability to relate well to persons of various ethnic and socio-economic groups.

SPCC is particularly interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the agency and therefore encourage people of color as well as those with a diverse range of languages, heritages, experiences and identities to apply. Applicant must possess a valid NYS driver’s license with a good driving record and carry agency required levels of automobile liability insurance.

Starting Salary: $21/hour

Resumes by December 21, 2018 to:

Danielle Nicholson

Director

SPCC WIC Program

79 S Main Street

Canandaigua, NY 14424

dnicholson@spcc-roch.org

Fax: 585.394.9285

SPCC IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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TITLE: Visitation Specialist, Supervised Visitation/Exchange Program

ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to Program Supervisor

JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for coordinating all aspects of assigned cases in the Supervised Visitation and Supervised Exchange Program, i.e., conducting pre-visit orientations with participating parties, scheduling visits, supervising visits and exchanges, preparing visitation notes and reports, maintaining case files, safety planning, etc. for families impacted by domestic violence and stalking. Provide referrals and case management to identified clients. Provide direct supervision of volunteers and interns. Perform other related duties as required.

HOURS: Full time, hours will include evenings and Saturdays

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in social work or related field, e.g., psychology, sociology and/or counseling with a minimum of two years' experience working with children and families. Experience working with families impacted by domestic violence preferred. Applicant must be able to relate well to individuals with varied socio-economic backgrounds. The applicant will conduct continuous upgrading of professionalism by attending available workshops and seminars. Excellent verbal and written skills are required for this position.

SPCC is particularly interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the agency and therefore encourage people of color as well as those with a diverse range of languages, heritages, experiences and identities to apply. Applicant will complete Agency Confidentiality Agreement and must successfully complete a Background Check, and State Central Register Clearance. Applicant must possess a valid NYS driver’s license with a good driving record and carry agency required levels of automobile liability insurance.

COVER LETTER and RESUME BY

Thursday, December 13, 2018 by email or mail only to:

ldorsi@spcc-roch.org

Lisa D’Orsi

Program Supervisor

Society for the Protection & Care of Children

451 E. Henrietta Road

Rochester, NY 14620

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JOB TITLE: Family Service Worker– SPCC’s Healthy Families Monroe (HFM) Program (Full time, 40 hours)

ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to HFM Supervisor

JOB SUMMARY: Healthy Families is a home visiting program that engages parents or newly parenting caregivers with the goal of supporting positive parent-child bonding, promoting child and family health and development, and enhancing family resilience. The HF Monroe Family Service Worker is responsible for providing direct service home visiting support to families enrolled in the Healthy Families Monroe program. These services may include, but are not limited to initial assessment and intake, case management, parenting skills training, community advocacy, information, referral and concrete services. All casework services are documented in the HFNY recording system.

JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

Essential:

1. Interview parents and children referred to the program to assess their needs.

2. Provide home-based, direct services to parents and children – referral and case coordination, crisis intervention, and assistance in securing concreted needs, as needed.

3. Refers children/parents to appropriate community resources as necessary.

4. Keep accurate, up-to-date records on all referrals and open cases as per program requirements.

5. Collaborate and maintain working relationships with community agencies that can be utilized as resources for persons referred to the program.

7. Actively participate in all levels of individual and group supervision.

8. Attend mandatory, out of town trainings and local community meetings.

9. Completes progress notes in the Healthy Families New York Management Information system.

10. Compiles and submits monthly program statistics to the HF Monroe Supervisor.

11. Performs all administrative tasks related to the position which will include the maintenance of all necessary records and reports.

Non-Essential

1. When appropriate, accompanies/transports clients to services.

2. Performs other duties as assigned by the program Supervisor and Manager.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must have a minimum of a High School diploma, with a Bachelors in Human Service field preferred. Experience working with families a plus. Familiar with the psychosocial aspects of child abuse, neglect and multicultural issues. Able to communicate well with other professionals plus individuals with varied socio-economic backgrounds; excellent verbal and writing skills are required for this position. Able to deal with crisis situations.

SPCC is particularly interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the agency and therefore encourage people of color as well as those with a diverse range of languages, heritages, experiences and identities to apply. Applicant will complete Agency Confidentiality Agreement and must successfully complete a Background Check, and State Central Register Clearance. Applicant must possess own vehicle, a valid NYS driver’s license with a good driving record, and Agency required levels of automobile liability insurance coverage.

RESUME and COVER LETTER BY 11/30/18 TO: Letitcia Alston, HFM Supervisor

SPCC

148 South Fitzhugh Street, Rochester, NY 14608

Fax # (585)325-6960 / Email: LAlston@spcc-roch.org

SPCC IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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