Health Services Coordinator – Prenatal to Three – Seattle Location
Start date: ASAP
Location: Seattle, WA
Position: 40 hours per week. Plus full medical and dental care benefits.
Since 1978, the Denise Louie Education Center has provided high-quality multicultural early learning and family support services to ensure that Seattle kids will be ready to succeed in school and life. We believe that children from low-income families deserve to grow up in high-quality learning environments and we strive to close the “opportunity gap” so that all children can enter kindergarten ready to be successful.
Denise Louie Education Center is seeking a Prenatal to Three, Health Services Coordinator who has an BA or above in Health, Psychology, Counseling, Education, Special Education, or related field. This individual has an understanding of child development, love children and is passionate about our mission to promote school and life readiness by providing multicultural early learning services to children and families, especially those who need our services the most.
To apply, please complete the Employment Application by clicking below. You will be asked to provide current and prior work experiences, education, references, resume, cover letter, and any other important documents.
Specific Job Qualifications for this Position
- BA or above in Health, Psychology, Counseling, Education, Special Education, or related field.
- Prior experience in a setting providing health or social services to diverse communities.
- Computer proficiency.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Knowledgeable of community resources available to low income and limited English-speaking families.
- Valid Washington State Driver’s License and daily access to a personal, legally licensed vehicle with proof of current automobile insurance or reliable source of transportation.
- Bilingual in English and language(s) as determined as needed by DLEC preferred.
- See Attached PDF Job Description.
- Works to support a team of 13 Home Visitors in their work with families across the health domain.
- Training and education for the Home Visiting team.
- Increasing access to information and resources for families.
- Conducting hearing and vision screenings for DLEC children.
- Data/monitoring and community connections/referrals.