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Date Posted04/05/2021
Job TitleFCCN Family Worker Supervisor
CityNew York
StateNew York
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Organization Description:
Founded in 1965, the Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc. (CPC) is a social services organization that creates positive social change. CPC empowers Asian American, immigrant, and low-income communities in New York City by ensuring they have access to resources and opportunities needed to thrive. CPC is the nation's largest Asian American social services organization and is the trusted partner for over 60,000 individuals and families striving to achieve goals in their education, family, community, and career. We welcome community members of all ages to over 50 programs at 33 sites in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.

The Family Child Care Network is a component of the Early Childhood Learning & Wellness Services (ECLW) and is housed at CPC Manhattan Community Services. CPC’s Network goals are to promote children’s holistic development with high-quality learning in safe, healthy home environments; help families access childcare that meets their diverse needs; support staff to understand FCCPs’ needs, monitor program delivery; increase the capacity of FCCPs to provide children with a high-quality education through training on childcare regulations, research-supported curricula, and responsive caregiving.

Position Summary:
CPC FCC Networks and the Department of Education (DOE) view family child care as a respected and valued profession within the early care and education system in New York City. We seek to support and enhance the existing strengths of family child care as birth-3 programs that promote continuous and responsive relationships, strengthen early learning skills, build resilience, and lay the foundation for all future learning. The primary role of the Family Worker Supervisor is to provide support to families, children, and supervise Family Workers.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
Works under the supervision of the Network Director & Deputy Network Director:
• Be part of a team in supporting affiliated family child care programs and families
• Supervise, manage and monitor Family Workers
• Plan the recruitment and marketing strategies to ensure 100% enrollment of the FCCN contracted slots
• Oversee all family services in affiliated Family Child Care (FCC) settings to ensure compliance with the Department of
Education and the Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS).
• Support the enrollment process of families including recruitment, registration, intake, family assessment, and ongoing
support to families
• Address individual family needs, provide referrals and resources, and design monthly parent engagement activities in
collaboration with the educational staff
• Support families of children with special needs by attending case conferences and follow-up meetings
• Connect parents/caregivers to appropriate resources and make necessary referrals to community partners
• Support Network Family Workers with developing individualized family/child plan to address children’s social-
emotional development needs
• Develop crisis and risk management plans, reflecting the needs of FCC Network families
• Summarize information obtained from families in reports to the Network Director and Network Deputy Director
• Coordinate and collaborate with community social service agencies
• Track progress of goals set with FCC Network families and support their progress
• Work with the Education Director and Specialists to secure early intervention and related services for children
• Ensure family workers refer appropriate services to families/children based on the developmental needs of children
• Lead the Family Workers on developing and delivering family engagement activities, workshops, and meetings
• Develop and conduct prevention workshops on issues pertinent to the needs of providers and families
• Assist with the recruitment of potential FCCN families and children
• Oversee, evaluate and deliver workshops and information sessions for families
• Prepare monthly reports set forth by the Network and funding source promptly
• Maintain case records, data, and service documentation on families as required by the Department of Education, OCFS,
DOHMH, and other regulatory bodies
• Lead the Family Workers to create and update a Community Partner Resource Guide for all providers and families
• Develop relationships with community partners who provide mental health, special needs, and other support services
for all affiliated providers and families
• Other duties as requested by Network and Educational Directors to fulfill job responsibilities

Qualifications and Essential Skills:
• Master of Social Work degree with a valid NYS License
• Two to three years of supervisory experience working in an early childhood center-based or family childcare setting
• Two to three years of experience working with families of young children, special education or early intervention
• Knowledge of child development birth to three (preferred)
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office, Word, and Excel
• Bilingual English and (either Chinese, Spanish, or Korean) (preferred)
• Must meet all applicable federal, state, and city requirements to work with children in an early childhood setting
• Willingness to travel within FCC Network catchment area
• Ability to work independently within a flexible schedule to work on some Saturdays/evenings, and demonstrate
effective time management

Salary Range: Commensurate with experience; Excellent benefits package including paid holiday, sick, and personal time off. Medical insurance coverage including Dental and Vision; Basic Life Insurance coverage; 403(b) Retirement

How to apply:
Please send a resume and cover letter to Ms. Sumon Chin at and Ms. Judy Ah-Yune at Write FCC Network Family Worker Supervisor on Subject line

NameSumon Chin
Company NameChinese-American Planning Council, Inc.
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