Company: Crittenton Services for Children and Families
Posted on: November 17, 2023
Responsible for developing and implementing a treatment parenting
plan of care with teen parent
clients and their children that is trauma-informed; to assist them
to develop the skills they will need to
provide a safe, stable and permanent home for their children.
- Acquires, maintains, teaches and demonstrates knowledge of
Prevention of Sexual Abuse (PSA) and Sexual Harassment standards at
care provider facilities, evidence-based practices, and
trauma-informed care and maintains a professional environment that
is consistent with Title 22, licensing regulations, and established
- Establishes screening and educational support policies that
respond to both the social emotional and early leaning needs of
children who have experienced trauma.
- Ensures client-centered trauma-informed service best practice
planning including effective advocacy, cross team collaboration,
and client empowerment.
- Ensures positive, supportive relationships that foster trust
between staff and teen parents.
- Develops and oversees developmentally appropriate
- Assesses client developmental milestones and coordinates
intervention with Regional Center, as appropriate.
- Assesses symptoms of trauma and toxic stress, ensuring
appropriate intervention and mitigation of stressors.
- Engages and participates in community partner and stakeholder
events or as assigned based on program need.
- Communicates relevant information and coordinates with assigned
staff to establish and meet clients' treatment goals.
- Sets clear, measurable and specific goals for assigned staff
and meets weekly for review.
- Provides specific performance feedback to staff, both positive
and corrective, as soon possible after event or action.
- Oversees written evaluations, submitted evaluations and any
rate change submissions for approval. Presents evaluation to
- Maintains a professional environment that is consistent with
existing contracts, licensing
regulations, and established agency policies
BA/BS in relevant field preferred. Those without a related degree
must have successfully completed 12- semester units of Early
Childhood Education and meet alternative minimum qualifications
established by the California Department of Social Services.
Experience working with system-involved teen parents strongly
preferred, and experience working with infants and toddlers.
- Must possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted California
- Must be able to successfully complete and maintain required
certifications and training
- including, but not limited to, Therapeutic Crisis Intervention,
Nurturing Parenting, First Aid/CPR, and other evidence-informed
Salary Range: $42,640- $46,904
The posted pay scale for this position serves as a general
disclosure. Actual pay offered within the range will be dependent
on individual factors such as skills, qualifications, and relevant
EOE, including disability/vets
Keywords: Crittenton Services for Children and Families, Fullerton , Childcare Worker, Other , Fullerton, California
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