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Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a ParentCorps Supervisor.
In this role, the successful candidate The Center for Early Childhood Health and Development (CEHD) at the Department of Population Health (DPH), NYU School of Medicine is a racially and ethnically diverse group of researchers, mental health professionals, educators and staff, working in NYC and around the globe to improve the health and development of children and advance health equity by developing and testing real-world solutions for children living in low-income communities. CEHDs mission is to create opportunities and improve the lives of children by: 1) Conducting high-quality racially-conscious research; 2) Developing, testing, and implementing family-centered programs; and 3) Disseminating the resulting knowledge from our research and implementation experiences to practitioners and policy makers. ParentCorps is a family-centered intervention that is delivered as an enhancement to pre-kindergarten programs serving children living in low-income neighborhoods. ParentCorps advances CEHDs mission by helping the important adults in children lives, parents and teachers, build a strong early foundation that gives children living under stressful conditions the greatest opportunity for healthy development. ParentCorps is organized into 6 distinct Units: 1) Training; 2) Coaching; 3) Engaging Parents and Programs, Improvement and Communications (EPPIC); 4) Talent, Equity, Alignment, Motivation, Spirit (TEAMS); 5) Data for Decision-Making, Improvement and Research (DATA) and 6) Partnerships. Each Unit is supported by one or more Supervisor, who support the Manager in overseeing the activities of the Unit. Together with the Manager, the Supervisor(s) develop and monitor policies, processes and outcomes for the unit. The Supervisor oversees the day-to-day logistics and operations for the Unit. Supervisors are supervised by the Unit Manager.
Performs other duties, as requested.
Engages in additional Unit-specific responsibilities related to ParentCorps core activities.
Participates in team and Center meetings.
Contributes to the refinement of program materials (manuals, materials, products), tools, technologies, and implementation supports based on data.
Responsible for managing and planning the screening and interviewing of candidates for positions with the Unit.
Trains, supervises and supports a dedicated, capable and culturally-competent team. Provides continuous feedback with periodic performance reviews.
Tracks, monitors and reports on Unit-related expenses (i.e., other than personnel expenses), as needed.
Manages the development of reports and projects to meet Unit deadlines and milestones.
Monitors and reports on metrics and progress of core activities and projects within the Unit.
Assists Manager with overall planning for the Unit. Collaborates with Unit Manager in setting and preparing objectives, metrics and resources within the respective Unit.
Responsible for monitoring deadlines, workflows and projects within Unit.
Oversees the day-to-day operations and logistics of the Unit, in support of the Manager.
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have:
1. Bachelors in Psychology, Social Work, Public Health, Education or similar. Masters in Psychology, Social Work, Public Health or Education, or similar, preferred. Candidates with PhD or PsyD in Clinical, School, or Counseling Psychology, Education or Social Work are accepted. No license is required for this position. 2. Three years direct experience with ParentCorps (within NYU School of Medicine or field experience) or five years of relevant management experience. 3. Experience leading trainings for mental health professionals and/or early childhood educators. 4. Relevant supervisory experience (at least a year). 5. Experience working with diverse populations. 6. Experience working in early childhood settings. 7. Experience in and comfort with implementation of evidence-based interventions..
Required Licenses: No License Code
Preferred Qualifications: 1. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. 2. Excellent planning, organizational and analytical skills. 3. Ability to set and track program goals. 4. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and within a larger team environment. 5. Ability to collaborate and communicate with large systems, community-based agencies and schools. 6. Proficiency with technology (e.g., PowerPoint, Excel)
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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About NYU Langone Medical Center
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