Family Resources Coordinator
Northwest Center’s Early Supports Program is hiring for a Family Resources Coordinator (FRC)!
As a Family Resource Coordinator, you will play an integral role in helping children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) access the therapeutic services they need. You will work with a dynamic team and assist them by scheduling home visits with new clients and ensuring a smooth transition into Northwest Center’s care. You will be providing a meaningful impact to your community by connecting children and families with early support services.
Northwest Center’s Early Support Program uses a holistic approach with family and other caregivers at the center of a child’s therapy. We provide services for children aged 0-3 years old and believe that the participation of everyone on the child’s team is vital for a child’s success. We provide speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, dietitians, special education, and family resource coordination services.
Location: South Park
Schedule: Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Salary: $34,000.00 - $60,000.00 DOE
- Excellent medical benefits, elective dental and vision
- Paid time off
- Paid holidays
- Verizon Wireless employee discount
- Employment Assistance Program (EAP)
✶ Northwest Center is proud to offer its staff an income Protection Benefit to those potentially affected by COVID-19.
- Using coaching strategies to support caregivers and coworkers
- Developing supportive relationships with children, parents, and other family members
- Conducting visits within the child’s natural environment (home, community child care, NWC child care, other community-based settings)
- Keeping the team up to date with community resources
- Receiving referrals and organizing the first three visits with each family
- Preparing, scheduling, and leading Intake meetings and Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) meetings every six months
- Working from residential homes and childcare facilities throughout the Greater Seattle area
- Strong interpersonal skills to include but are not limited to a positive attitude, strong listening skills, and problem-solving skills
- Relevant education or experience in case management, social work, social welfare, family studies, infant mental health, early childhood development, or special education
- Must have or obtain current CPR and First Aid certifications
- Valid WA driver's license and personal mode of transportation
- Multilingual skills are a plus
Northwest Center is committed to offering reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. If you need any assistance or accommodations with the application or interview process, please contact us at [email protected].
At Northwest Center, we do not just accept diversity and inclusion — we celebrate it, support it, live it, and flourish in it to benefit our employees, the community, and our clientele. We believe that our strength lies within our diversity and the forward motion towards a day when people of all abilities can learn and work together. Northwest Center is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, including disability and veterans status.