Service Coordinator Supervisor – Babies Can’t Wait

Date Posted: Wednesday, January 31,2024
Full Time

Pay Grade: K
Job code: EDP031

 
Who we are. We protect lives. The Georgia Department of Public Health is the lead agency entrusted by the people of Georgia to proudly protect lives and promote healthy lifestyles in diverse communities statewide. We are committed to preventing disease, injury, and disability; promoting health and well-being; and preparing the State of Georgia for responding to disasters.

What we offer. As a member of the Georgia Department of Public Health team, you will join a passionate group of individuals who are dedicated to making an impact.  No matter your role, you will individually contribute to protecting the lives of all Georgians while receiving a wide range of benefits, so you can:

  • Make a Professional Impact – Build your career where it matters and protect lives in the community where you live, work, and play
  • Enjoy Workplace Flexibility – Experience flexibility in how you work so you can be your best self for you and Georgia Residents
  • Work with a Dynamic and Diverse Team– Collaborative and inclusive way of working where employees share ideas and leverage collective strengths
  • Achieve Career Longevity – Countless opportunities for continuous learning/development that support a long-term career
  • Take Part in a Hands-on Working Culture – Unique culture of active engagement and problem-solving, no matter your role
  • Feel Pride in Where you Work – Be part of making an impact in public health alongside dedicated people just like you

Currently, the Northeast Health District is seeking a Service Coordinator Supervisor for the Babies Can’t Wait program. Under general supervision monitors, evaluates, and supervises a birth to 3-year-old educational program to ensure compliance with program regulations and standards. May advise programs, providers and/or participants on eligibility, standards and improvements.

As a Service Coordinator Supervisor within the Babies Can’t Wait Program at the Georgia Department of Public Healthyou will join a dedicated group of public health professionals that help support the overall mission and vision of protecting lives of Georgian residents in a variety of ways.

Job Responsibilities

You will support the department by utilizing your expertise to fulfill the following responsibilities:

  • Serves as BCW Service Coordination expert by organizing resources in assigned areas of the district.
  • Serves as a project or team leader for training BCW Service Coordinators.
  • Ensure an overview of the BCW standards and policies: to service coordinators and other, staff and contractors
  • Set up staff meeting and trainings relevant to Service Coordination.
  • Follow and enforce BCW paperwork flow and deadlines.
  • Job shadowing for new Service Coordinators: Observe minimally: Intake, Evaluation, IFSP, six-month, review, Transition meeting, Exit Meeting, SC Home visit, Coaching meeting, Provider coaching session.

Minimum Qualifications

Master’s degree in education or related field from an accredited college or university AND Two years of related experience
OR
Bachelor’s degree in education or a related field from an accredited college or university AND Four years of related experience.

Preferred Qualifications:
Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education or Social Work.

Annual salary $50,000 plus generous benefits including 13 paid holidays, annual and sick leave, health insurance, and retirement plans.

No phone calls or applications are accepted ONLINE ONLY through the link posted.