University Settlement/The Door/Broome Street Academy Mental Health Coordinator in New York, New York

Responsibilities:
Support providers in establishing social-emotionally responsive environments for infants and toddlers
Provide guidance and support to providers in developing skills that supports infant mental health
Provide individualized coaching to providers in responding to the needs of infant and toddlers
Assess the social-emotional needs of children using standardize tools; work with staff to develop evaluation protocols
Work with parents and providers in addressing the needs of children in the FCC environment and at home
Provide individualized therapeutic services to children as needed and/or to the parent/child dyad as necessary to meet the needs of children and families
Work with Staff in developing training plans for providers
Work in collaboration with the Special Needs Coordinator in meeting the needs of providers, children and families
Make referrals as needed after obtaining proper consent from providers and/or parents
Maintain proper documentation as necessary to document home visits with providers, goals for children and individual work with families.
Provide appropriate services to families/children based on the individualized family plan.
Purchase and maintain appropriate materials in the providers home
Score and track all DECAs and maintain an ongoing schedule for Pre and Post data
Support program staff through team meetings and case conferences regarding families and children
Other duties as requested by supervisor to fulfill job responsibilities

Qualifications:
BA in Early Childhood Education, Social Work, Human Development or related field required
MSW or LCSW preferred
Three years of experience working with families providing home visits and facilitating classroom-based group sessions.
Knowledge of child development birth to three
Three to five years’ experience providing mental health services to families with infants and toddlers
Good written and verbal communication skills, including strong organizational skills
Ability to work independently and collaboratively
Bilingual Spanish or Chinese preferred

Hours: 35 hours a week