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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

TEAM SUPERVISOR – HELLO BABY PRIORITY

Position Overview:

We are seeking an energetic, reliable, and responsible candidate who is passionate about and willing to carry out the Hello Baby program design to strengthen families, improve child outcomes and maximize child and family well-being. As part of the Hello Baby tiered strategy, the Hello Baby Priority program focuses on engagement and support for families with the highest need. As a member of the Healthy Start Hello Baby Priority care team, the Team Supervisor will provide supervision for the community-based home visiting care team to ensure accountability, service delivery and professional growth. The Team Supervisor will be trained in and ensure fidelity to the Camden Coalition COACH model of supporting behavior change. This person should possess highly developed analytical skills and clinical experience. Past supervisory experience is required.

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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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PERINATAL MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN – HELLO BABY PRIORITY PROGRAM

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 participants of Healthy Start’s Hello Baby program, as well as to individuals referred from community partners.  The Clinician conducts psychosocial assessments, provides In-Home Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (IH-CBT) to women in their homes, and also provides short-term therapeutic interventions and care coordination to support Hello Baby families in connecting to higher-level mental health therapies.

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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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COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER – HEALTH OUTREACH & EDUCATION

Position Overview:

The Community Health Worker (CHW) – Health Outreach and Education Specialist is a public health professional who works within the Healthy Start community (medical providers, hospitals, FQHCs, birth centers, community organizations and other Healthy Start partners/stakeholders) to support the success of Healthy Start programs and the provide community education using evidence-based, culturally responsive health information. This position also facilitates the development and growth of programs and initiatives that meet the specific needs of our target population, works on a growing portfolio of projects and partnerships that advance the mission of Healthy Start and supports the bi-directional transfer of knowledge between developments in public health and community needs, including supporting Healthy Start staff education.

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COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER – HEALTH OUTREACH AND EDUCATION

Position Overview:

The Community Health Worker (CHW) – Health Outreach and Education Specialist is a public health professional who works within the Healthy Start community (medical providers, hospitals, FQHCs, birth centers, community organizations and other Healthy Start partners/stakeholders) to support the success of Healthy Start programs and the provide community education using evidence-based, culturally responsive health information. This position also facilitates the development and growth of programs and initiatives that meet the specific needs of our target population, works on a growing portfolio of projects and partnerships that advance the mission of Healthy Start and supports the bi-directional transfer of knowledge between developments in public health and community needs, including supporting Healthy Start staff education.

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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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INTAKE COORDINATOR

Position Overview:

The Intake Coordinator serves as a member of the Healthy Start multidisciplinary team, engaging community members who are interested in Healthy Start programs and services, and ensuring successful intake and navigation through our programs. The Intake Coordinator may oftentimes be a first point of contact for program enrollment and must understand the population we serve, develop mastery of our programs and their intake processes and provide a warm, welcoming and competent presence during enrollment and intake processes.

The Intake Coordinator must have strong communication skills with ability to understand and convey complex information, attention to detail and ability to navigate technology such as our client database. The Intake Coordinator must be process oriented, able to follow directions, manage changing program criteria and manage relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Customer service orientation and problem-solving skills are critical to the success of this role. The Intake Coordinator must be comfortable spending a majority of time on the phone and computer. Preference will be given to individuals with deep understanding of the Healthy Start community, our programs, and/or similar lived experience.

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