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EMPLOYMENT

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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH NURSE

Position Overview:

The Maternal and Child Nurse supports all aspects of patient care in the community setting, delivering services to Healthy Start program participants according to risk assessment and program guidelines/protocol. The Nurse will deliver clinical care across three modalities:

  • Centering Pregnancy group prenatal care model
  • Prenatal and postpartum home visiting and virtual consultation for mothers/babies with health risks
  • Education and care coordination, with a focus on promoting care at community health centers and other HS clinical partners
  • Provide clinical consultation the Birth Doula program

The nurse a joint position with Healthy Start and the care team at Primary Care Health Services (PCHS), federally qualified health center with whom we partner to deliver the Centering model of prenatal care, with the specific aims of addressing infant and maternal mortality and morbidity. The duties of this role will primarily take place at Healthy Start or with Healthy Start participants with a supplemental 4-8 hour per week of clinical time at PCHS locations.

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DATA AND EVALUATION MANAGER

Position Overview:

The Data and Evaluation Manager serves as a member of the Healthy Start administrative team ensuring that the organization’s needs for data integrity, management, analysis, reporting and quality assurance are met. This position supports the accurate and timely reporting of process and outcome metrics for all Healthy Start programming. which includes a myriad of complex reports for internal use and for submission to funders, community and other stakeholders. This position also supports the Chief Executive Officer and other staff in interpreting and supporting program performance and productivity by providing critical analysis of agency data. Additionally, the Data and Evaluation Manager is responsible for all administration of the agency’s case management database and performance and quality improvement process.

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MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROJECT MANAGER

Position Overview:

This is an advanced-level public health position, managing projects and initiatives that contribute to advancing Healthy Start’s mission. As part of the Healthy Start multidisciplinary team, the Maternal and Child Health Project Manager (PM) has a passion for maternal and child health and advances family systems and life course approaches to support improved birth outcomes, and family and community health and well-being. The PM has a focus on health equity, using evidence-based practice, supporting Healthy Start’s unique contributions to the field of maternal and child health, eradicating disparities faced by members of the Black community, and will work with internal and external stakeholders to serve the Healthy Start participant population and the community at large.

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PERINATAL MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIANHELLO BABY PRIORITY

Position Overview:

The Perinatal Mental Health Clinician (“Clinician”) provides In-Home Cognitive Behavioral Therapy using the evidence-based clinical model Moving Beyond Depression to both Hello Baby participants and participants referred from community partners.  The Clinician also provides short-term therapeutic interventions and care coordination to support Hello Baby families in connecting to higher-level mental health therapies. The Clinician for the Hello Baby Priority program conducts psychosocial assessments and provides In-Home Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (IH-CBT) to women in their homes. The purpose of the intervention is to facilitate recovery from maternal depression in women served by home visiting programs, thereby promoting the healthy development of infants and children. The Clinician works closely with the home visiting team/program and other community services to ensure continuity of participant care; may also support fathers and other family/household members.   

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COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER

Position Overview:

This is an advanced level community-based position that provides case management, coordination of care and health education to Healthy Start, Inc. program participants. This position serves as the first line of care in the Healthy Start, Inc. model. The Community Health Worker has a passion for maternal and child health and advances family systems and life course approaches to support improved birth outcomes, and family health and well-being.

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SOCIAL WORKER – HELLO BABY PRIORITY

Position Overview:

This is a community-based home visiting social work position contributing to the successful delivery of services and supports for families of newborns in Allegheny County who have complex needs. As a member of the Hello Baby team at Healthy Start, the Social Worker will exhibit expertise in high quality service offerings and will focus on connecting families to services and ongoing follow up with providers through care management (screening, assessment, goal planning, referral and follow up) to enrolled families using the Camden Coalition COACH model.  COACH is a five-part framework that trains staff to be empowerment coaches in order to problem-solve with families to determine how to support them in reaching their goals. The COACH model focuses on Empowerment Theory, Unconditional Positive Regard and Transtheoretical Theory (Stages of Change). The successful Social Worker is passionate, knowledgeable of family systems, aware of community resources, is empathetic, is flexible and thinks outside the box, has excellent written and verbal communication skills and embodies the project’s core principles of community engagement, authentic healing relationships, family and child well-being, equity and respect. The Social Worker works in community with the Family Engagement Specialist and is a member of the Hello Baby multidisciplinary team. Social work experience is required; home visiting experience is highly preferred.

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MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH NURSE

Position Overview:

The Maternal and Child Nurse supports all aspects of patient care in the community setting, delivering services to Healthy Start program participants according to risk assessment and program guidelines/protocol. The Nurse will deliver clinical care across three modalities:
• Centering Pregnancy group prenatal care model
• Prenatal and postpartum home visiting and virtual consultation for mothers/babies with health risks
• Education and care coordination, with a focus on promoting care at community health centers and other HS clinical partners
• Provide clinical consultation the Birth Doula program

The nurse a joint position with Healthy Start and the care team at Primary Care Health Services (PCHS), federally qualified health center with whom we partner to deliver the Centering model of prenatal care, with the specific aims of addressing infant and maternal mortality and morbidity. The duties of this role will primarily take place at Healthy Start or with Healthy Start participants with a supplemental 4-8 hour per week of clinical time at PCHS locations.

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OPERATIONS COORDINATOR

Position Overview:

This a professional position in the field of community health responsible for assisting the Healthy Start team with daily activities that supports their work in the care of participants. This position works independently under the direction of the Director of Operations.

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MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM COORDINATOR

Position Overview:

We are seeking a passionate, energetic, reliable, and responsible candidate, with interest in maternal, child and family health to support our growing programs. As part of the Healthy Start, Inc., multidisciplinary team, the Maternal and Child Health Program Coordinator (MCH Coordinator), will be expected to provide support—and in some cases be the first point of contact—for families interested and/or enrolled in our Healthy Start Center for Urban Breastfeeding and Doula programs. This public health position supports programming and initiatives that contribute to MCH service provision, managing responsibilities such as maintaining program service records, strengthening community and online presence, managing data collection and analysis, developing communication materials, completing participant intakes, and other related tasks. The MCH Coordinator may also support other related programs.

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CERTIFIED LACTATION COUNSELOR (Contractual)

Position Overview:

The Healthy Start Center for Urban Breastfeeding is a comprehensive breastfeeding education, support, outreach and advocacy initiative focused on improving the trajectory of breastfeeding for Black women and babies.

Join our team of lactation support professionals and help your community reach its breastfeeding goals.

Our Certified Lactation Counselors (CLC) ensure that all participants of the Healthy Start Center for Urban Breastfeeding (HSCUB) are served both timely and with the highest level of care and expertise. The CLC will develop a keen understanding of all services provided within the HSCUB in order to provide participants with the full scope of support throughout their individualized breastfeeding journey.

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HEALTHY START CENTER FOR URBAN BREASTFEEDING (HSCUB) PROGRAM ASSISTANT (Full-time)

Position Overview:

We are seeking a passionate, energetic, reliable, and responsible candidate, with particular interest in breastfeeding to support our Healthy Start Center for Urban Breastfeeding (HSCUB). As part of the Healthy Start, Inc., multidisciplinary team, the HSCUB program assistant will be expected to provide support—and could potentially be the first point of contact—for families interested and/or enrolled in our program. This public health position supports programming and initiatives that contribute to the HSCUB which may include managing responsibilities such as maintaining program service records, strengthening community and online presence, managing data collection and analysis, developing communication materials, completing participant intakes, and other related tasks.

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PROGRAM MANAGER – HEALTHY START CENTER FOR URBAN BREASTFEEDING (CUB)

Position Overview:

We are seeking a passionate, energetic, reliable, and responsible candidate, who is passionate about maternal and child health as well as breastfeeding to fulfill the Program Manager role for the Healthy Start Center for Urban Breastfeeding (CUB). They will share a vision of a “new narrative” around infant feeding and improved health for Black women and children in Allegheny County. The Program Manager is responsible for planning and executing the strategic and tactical objectives of the CUB by leading program planning strategies, resource development activities (identifying funding sources and supporting grant writing and reporting), maintaining program metrics and meeting performance benchmarks. The Program Manager is also responsible for providing service delivery and supervising staff, educating and engaging community members and providing local and national leadership in advocacy efforts.

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FAMILY ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST –

HELLO BABY PRIORITY

Position Overview:

This is a community-based home visiting “peer support” position contributing to the successful delivery of services and supports for families of newborns in Allegheny County who have complex needs. As a member of the Hello Baby Priority team, the Family Engagement Specialist (FES) is extremely knowledgeable of the service area (Mon Valley) and the unique dynamics of family and community within the geographic region. The FES will focus on engaging and supporting enrolled families using the Camden Coalition COACH model.  COACH is a five-part framework that trains staff to be empowerment coaches in order to problem-solve with families to determine how to support them in reaching their goals. The COACH model focuses on Empowerment Theory, Unconditional Positive Regard and Transtheoretical Theory (Stages of Change). The successful FES is tenacious, passionate, knowledgeable of family systems, aware of community resources, is empathetic, is flexible and thinks outside the box, has excellent written and verbal communication skills and embodies the project’s core principles of community engagement, authentic healing relationships, family and child well-being, equity and respect. The FES works in community with the Social Worker.

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