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Support for Families of Children with Disabilities is a non-profit organization that offers parent-to-parent emotional support to families who have children with disabilities, and information and educational services to families and the professionals who work with them. Support for Families is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, parents of children with disabilities, and those who are LGBT-identified are encouraged to apply.

Support for Families is hiring for the following postitions:

 

Postition: Child Development Program Manager

Hours: Full Time
Position Available: Now
Job Location: Support for Families

Position Description:

  • Manage SFCD’s parent-child interactive groups and social groups including but not limited to planning, engaging families and implementing groups/series such as baby massage, parent child play group, social groups for children/youth, etc
  • Manage Caregiving program activities. Including planning and ensuring caregiving services are available and staffed when needed, engaging families and implementing activities for children and youth in caregiving, ensuring safety of children at all times, making sure that the caregiving area is well maintained, organized, that developmentally appropriate activities are planned and available and working with staff to create a warm, nurturing and respectful atmosphere that is welcoming to children and families
  • Provide supervision for caregiving providers that includes hiring, firing, scheduling, ongoing supervision and professional development
  • Manage program reporting for the agency, this includes, but is not limited to data collection, tracking, and reporting for grants and activities for quarterly newsletter

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Postition: Social Worker Bilingual Spanish

Hours: Full Time
Salary: DOE + benefits
Position Available: Now
Job Location: Support for Families

Position Description: The Social Worker Bilingual Cantonese provides short-term counseling and short-term case management for families of children with disabilities and other special health care needs and families facing high risk challenges; provides regular follow-up to ensure that the child and/or family needs were met through the referral, provides referrals; works with a team of Family Resource Specialists; represents agency in mental health settings; data collection and writing monthly reports. 
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Position: Social Worker Bilingual Cantonese

Hours: Full Time
Salary: DOE + Benefits
Supervision Hours available
Position Available: Now
Must be bilingual English/Cantonese

Position Description: 
The Social Worker Bilingual Cantonese provides short-term counseling and short-term case management for families of children with disabilities and other special health care needs and families facing high risk challenges; provides regular follow-up to ensure that the child and/or family needs were met through the referral, provides referrals; work with the Family Resource Center Program Director to support a team of Family Resource Specialists; represents agency in mental health settings; provides parent support groups; data collection and writing monthly reports.
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Position: Family Resource Specialist Bilingual Spanish

Hours: Part time
Salary: DOE + benefits
Position Available: Now
Job Location: Support for Families

Position Description: Provide families of children with disabilities information, education and peer support on a warm line and at the drop-in center. Family Resource Specialist staff also provides professionals with information. Duties include: answering a warm line, meeting with families and providers, outreach to families, and providing follow-up support. 
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Position: Family Resource Specialist Bilingual Cantonese

Hours: Part Time
Salary:  DOE + benefits
Position Available: Now
Job Location: Support for Families

Position Description: Support for Families is looking for Cantonese-speaking parents of children with special medical needs, disabilities, and/or a child with an IEP, for this Family Resource Specialist (FRS) position.  Experience with this type of work is not a requirement; the FRS staff is made up of parents of children with special needs, and the staff members come from varied educational and work backgrounds.  Intensive training in the field is provided to new staff, and continues for all FRS staff on an ongoing basis.  If you are a parent of a child with special needs, please don't hesitate to contact us if you have an interest in, or questions about, this FRS position: 
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Position: Child Care Giver

Hours: Part Time/On Call - mornings, evenings, and Saturdays
Salary:  DOE + benefits
Position Available: Now
Job Location: Support for Families

Position Description:  A Care Giver at Support for Families of Children with Disabilities provides safe, fun, inclusive care to children of parents accessing Support for Families services.  Our focus is recreational, and we strive to enhance a child’s care experience with art, interactive games, computer exploration, and peer to peer interaction. Care Giving at SFCD is provided for children whose parents are on-site; at all times parents remain at the same site as their children. 
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Position: Contract Occupational Therapist

Hours: Maximum of 80 hours during the SFIN project fiscal year (July 2017 – June 2018)
Compensation: Based upon experience and qualifications.

Position Description: San Francisco Inclusion Networks is seeking an experienced occupational therapist to join the team of professionals, including a speech pathologist, assistive technology specialist and early childhood inclusion specialists, to support children’s development in selected early childhood programs in San Francisco. The occupational therapist will conduct informal assessments, coach teachers and parents on key strategies, and consult on any child in the classroom who would benefit from their expertise. They will work closely with other consultants, including mental health consultants, who may be assigned to the programs.
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Position: Inclusion Coach

Hours: Full-time or part-time.
Compensation: Based upon experience and qualifications.
Multiple positions are available.

Position Description: Under the direct supervision of the Project Director, the Inclusion Coach will provide training, coaching, and technical assistance to early childhood teachers and administrators in developing and implementing inclusive practices that meet the needs of young children with disabilities and their families.
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