Bilingual Program Assistant, Family Center
This position is responsible for providing administrative and logistical support to MCHC’s Family Center Staff. The position works closely with the Director of Family Center and Community Relations to support all programs at the Family Center and Community Education services.
- Performs basic intake, assist with Health Insurance applications, and provide referrals to community resources and all MCHC programs for Social Service participants.
- Performs general office duties including: copying, filing, document preparation, faxing and bulk mailings. Follows up on Family Center maintenance, cleaning, supplies, and facilities requests. Monitors and maintains Parent Educator material inventory.
- Implements the design and/or update of program forms.
- Organizes and cleans in kind donations.
- Completes/submits “Summary Forms” for Family Center management.
- Maintains roster of volunteers at the Family Center.
- Provides case management, developmental screenings, and health insurance application assistance for PAT participants as needed.
- As required, provides back-up support for home visits
- Assists Director of Family Center and Community Relations to gather information for both on-going and ad hoc reports and reports for funders.
- Coordinates all aspects of “Kennett Square Kindergarten Transition Summer Program.”
- Coordinates logistical aspects of all Family Center group activities and Cross Cultural Caring Workshops
- Protects the confidentiality of all information regarding current and past program participants, as well as organizational operations
- Other duties may be assigned
Qualification Requirements Include:
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Effective written, reading, and verbal communication skills in English and Spanish. Ability in these areas will be measured by oral and reading comprehension assessments
- Proficiency with use of Windows and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook)
- Strong data entry skills with ability to type 50 wpm and maintain all data accuracy standards
- Detail oriented, strong organizational skills, and ability to effectively manage multiple tasks
- No criminal or child abuse history as determined by a criminal background check and child abuse screening.
- Track record of working as a productive and cooperative member of a team
- Pleasant phone manner
- Willingness to accept supervision and make personal performance improvements as appropriate
- Capability to work flexible hours (minimum of one evening per month)
- Committed to producing accurate and high quality work product
This position offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits including health, disability and life insurance, a 401(k) plan with an employer match, and a generous leave program.
To apply for this role, please send your resume, preferably in Microsoft Word format, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maternal and Child Health Consortium of Chester County is committed to being an Equal Opportunity Employer