Main Areas of Responsibility:
Tribal Home Visitors use their skills and abilities to motivate families, develop family goals, address challenges, and celebrate milestones in a facilitated and caring approach. This position requires a highly motivated individual, who can work remotely, and navigate on their own resources and information in urban and rural environmental settings.
Additional Areas of Responsibility:
Provide and complete weekly to bi-weekly home visits implementing the Parents As Teachers model and curriculum with Native American families who are prenatal or have a child between 0-5 years. Provide home visits to families using best practices or other program approved approaches, conducting services in a culturally-responsive and culturally-sensitive manner, making necessary accommodations and adaptations.
A minimum of an Associates of Art (AA) degree or higher in Early Childhood Education, Family Studies, Health Education, or related field; minimum 2 years work experience with prenatal families, infants, toddlers and their caregivers; minimum 2 years work experience with “high-risk” or “high-needs” populations; and experience working with Native American families and communities.