AOK Coordinator

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To apply email letter of interest and resume to Jeni McGuire, Fiscal Director, at JeniM@ChildAbuseQC.org 

 

Job Category: Coordinator

Assignment: Community Education

Position Title: AOK Network Coordinator 

Job Classification: Regular, non‐exempt (salaried)

FTE: 1.0 FTE 

 

Job Summary: The primary role of the All Our Kids Network Coordinator is to build and sustain a local AOK Network. To
fulfill this role, the Network Coordinator is required to lead the local 0-5 community through a planning
and implementation process to improve the system of care for all families with young children. The coordinator must also represent Child Abuse Council mission and values within the community. 

 

Work Site:  Child Abuse Council Main Office – Moline Illinois. Community-based service locations within Rock Island, with some out of town travel required.

 

Supervisor: Community Education Program Manager 

 

Specific Duties: 

  • Convene and facilitate a collaboration of early childhood service providers and families in order to develop a
    coordinated system of care that addresses access to health insurance and medical homes, mental health
    and social/emotional development, early care and education, parenting education and family support.

  • Identify the appropriate and relevant 0-5 service providers to involve in the AOK Network.

  • Build relationships with and mobilize partnerships among a broad array of local birth to five service providers.

  • Facilitate a shared understanding of the AOK Network vision, mission and goals.

  • Lead the Network partners through a community assessment and strategic planning process to develop local priorities for action and a multi-year plan for the AOK Network.

  • Foster leadership among the Network partner agencies and strengthen organizational and problem solving skills to ensure that the Network is successful in accomplishing local goals.

  • Assist the AOK Network in advancing a locally driven agenda in the areas of: public education and outreach, early identification, access to services, coordination of care and workforce training and staffing.

  • Work with the Network partners to develop strategies for parent involvement and leadership opportunities.

  • Perform general administrative tasks including collection, reporting, and maintenance of all activity records and statistics

  • Utilize data to measure progress and evaluate indicators of the Network’s effectiveness and impact.

  • Submit required progress reports and data reports to program manager and IDHS on a timely basis.

  • Attend AOK coordinator meetings three times a year

  • Working knowledge and representation of Child Abuse Council mission, vision and programs

  • Provide outreach and awareness regarding the availability of Child Abuse Council services

 

General Duties:

  • Execute board approved personnel policies

  •  Maintain personnel records, including time sheets, mileage and personal expenses

  • Attend all CAC staff meetings

  • Assist in general CAC planning, activities and fundraising as appropriate

 

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in health sciences, behavioral science, or education preferred

  • Strong knowledge of early childhood development

  • Understanding and familiarity with the various sectors of the 0-5 service community (i.e., maternal and child health, early intervention, early care and education, mental health, prevention services)

  • Understanding of local community assessment processes and systems development

  • Demonstrated skills in strategic planning, data analysis, and program development

  • Strong group facilitation and leadership development skill

  •  Collaboration building skills and experience

  • Ability to embrace organizational goals and work in a team-oriented environment

  • Ability to adhere to professional boundaries and confidentiality requirements

  • Exemplify empathy, compassion, understanding and sensitivity

  • Demonstrated excellent internal and external customer service skills

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Motivated self-starter with ability to work autonomously

  • Strong time management and organizational skill

  •  Demonstrated basic knowledge of Adverse Childhood Experience Study and Trauma Informed Care

  • Demonstrated excellence in internal and external customer service skills

  • Availability to work some evenings and weekends, with occasional overnight travel

524 15th St.

Moline, IL 61265

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