Join Our Team

We offer a fun, fast-pace, and professional environment filled with people who work hard to bring our mission to life. Our organization recognizes that each employee makes a significant contribution to our success and therefore Any Baby Can offers competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits in order to recruit the right people, including agency-paid health, dental and vision insurance, paid vacation, personal time off, many holidays (including a winter break), an Employee Assistance Program, retirement and Flexible Spending Accounts.

Any Baby Can is also an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please email Jobs@anybabycan.org with questions.

Nurse Home Visitor

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) Nurse Home Visitor (NHV) is responsible for providing comprehensive nursing services to women and their families eligible for the NFP program. Nurse home visitors are responsible for maintaining the highest standards in clinical nursing practice, case management and care coordination, adherence to the NFP model, and to policies, procedures, guidelines and standards of NFP and of Any Baby Can. The NHV provides home visits to women eligible for the NFP Programs (low-income, first-time mothers and their families, from early pregnancy up to 2 years of age), adheres to nursing process and the NFP model of home visitation, and carries a case load of 25 clients. Nurse home visitors report to the NFP Nurse Supervisor.

This position is required to attend education sessions in Denver, CO to learn the NFP model and guidelines.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Clinical:
• Completes all required NFP education including Dyadic Assessment of Naturalistic Caregiver-Child Experiences (DANCE) training.
• Develops therapeutic relationships, utilize concepts of reflection and motivational interviewing with women and their families in a home visiting environment.
• Performs home visiting in accordance with the NFP Model Elements and NFP Visit-to-Visit guidelines and maintains appropriate, thorough, timely, and compliant documentation on visits into an electronic data base.
• Follows nursing process in implementing NFP into nursing practice.
• Assess physical, emotional, social and environmental needs of women and their families as they relate to the NFP domains.
• Assists women and their families in establishing goals and outcomes; provide education, support and referral resources in attaining goals; evaluate clients’ progress and plan home visits in accordance with clients’ goals and NFP outcomes.
• Consults and collaborates with other professionals involved in providing services to women and families.
• Formulates nursing diagnosis based on nursing assessment and client goals.
• Actively engages in professional development to meet all NFP Nurse Home Visitor competency requirements.
• Meets with NFP Nurse Supervisor weekly for clinical supervision.
• Utilizes reflective practice in supervisory sessions.
• Schedules joint home visits with NFP Nurse Supervisor every four months.
• Attends and participate in bi-weekly case conferences and team meetings.
• Provides information to support staff for timely and accurate data input to the NFP performance management system.
• Participates in review and analysis of reports for achievements and areas for improvement.
• Participates in quality improvement efforts.
• Maintains confidentiality.
• Documents appropriately into an electronic data base.
• Performs other related duties as assigned or required.

Outreach:
• Perform outreach activities to community agencies in order to facilitate alliances for program promotion and to improve program objectives.
• Develop and maintain community relationships to support client referrals and link clients with community resources that are relevant to their specific needs.

Professional Development:
• Accurately assesses own learning needs and develops strategies to meet them.
• Motivated to utilize computer for distance learning.
• Stays informed of current health care developments to provide safe, quality nurse home visiting services.
• Establishes and records progress toward annual goals.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

• BSN required.
• Current Texas RN license (in good standing) required.
• Current CPR required.
• Two years recent experience in maternal/child health, public health, home visiting or mental/behavioral nursing required.
• Home visiting experience preferred.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Language skills in English and Spanish preferred.
• Able to work independently and manage client visit schedule to meet program visit requirements.
• Possess strong organizational skills.
• Basic computer skills and basic working knowledge of Microsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.).
• Must have a good driving record, Valid Texas driver’s license and insured automobile required.
• Must be able to work a flexible schedule including some evenings.
• Able to travel by air to Denver, CO for all face-to-face education session(s).

Volunteer Engagement and Special Events Coordinator

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

This position is responsible for the development and administration of a comprehensive volunteer program to support the services, activities, outreach efforts and events of Any Baby Can. The Volunteer Engagement and Special Events Coordinator plays an important role in ensuring volunteer satisfaction and providing support to agency staff, interns, and volunteers.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Develops and implements programs for the recruitment, training, orientation, placement and retention of volunteers. Conducts outreach and increases awareness of the work of Any Baby Can.
  • Work as a key member of the Development team to identify potential funders through the volunteer program and other high-performing volunteers that may have a high level of impact on Any Baby Can.
  • Utilizes creative recruitment approaches to assure that volunteer coverage is adequate to meet the needs of programs and staff, and which meet the requirements of state and federal regulations.
  • Recruit and Coordinate activities of the Any Baby Can Volunteer Ambassador Program, and create appropriate trainings and stewardship plans for Ambassadors.
  • Support the volunteerism needs of client events in collaboration with Any Baby Can Program teams, including Camp Grey Dove.
  • Work as key collaborator on Development events, including budget monitoring, logistical support and volunteer management.
  • Collaborate with all departments to plan and implement volunteer appreciation activities and volunteer events.
  • Coordinating a regular planning meeting with key program team leaders to oversee community outreach event scheduling.
  • Develops and maintains volunteer/intern program policies and procedures
  • Maintain volunteer data/records and track/report volunteer hours and calendar of events/opportunities.
  • This position requires periodic availability outside the normal working hours to attend and facilitate agency-related events.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Educational background and experience that demonstrates the required knowledge, skills and abilities to carry out the responsibilities of the position. Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Volunteer coordination experience (2 years+) and experience working with persons from various cultural backgrounds preferred.
  • Experience working with development departments in moves management functions
  • Exceptional communication skills and commitment to high quality customer service, with the proven ability to work with diverse populations.
  • Attention to detail and strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task and meet deadlines.
  • Commitment to team – oriented philosophy, as well as ability to work independently.
  • Skills in computer programs including MS Office products, fundraising software, and database applications.
  • Flexibility; willingness to adjust schedule as needed to meet demand of job; requires occasional work outside of normal business hours.
  • Must have good driving record, valid Texas Driver’s license, and current auto insurance.

Home Parent Educator

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

To provide case management, parenting education and child development services to low-income families with children, birth to 5 years, having mild developmental delays or who are at-risk for developing delays. Many clients may also be at risk for child abuse/neglect due to psycho-social risk factors.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Case Coordination

  • Provide Home-Based educational visits using the Parents as Teachers curriculum.
  • Provide 48-60 face-to-face visits per month in fidelity with Parents as Teachers model
  • Provide case management in the home, in the school, and at other sites as needed in concert with developing and maintaining good rapport with parents and their children on their caseload.
  • Develop and update service plans for each client and provide appropriate referrals.
  • Use the service plans and assessments as the basis for all case management and educational activities with the parents and children
  • Maintain a maximum caseload as required to meet the needs of the program.
  • Support the planning and implementation of structured parent-child group events
  • Remain current on new findings in child-development research and complete trainings to acquire and maintain certifications required for the position
  • Keep accurate files, meet data entry deadlines and provide timely and accurate reports
  • Work with families and other community service providers to accomplish appropriate transitions for children who are ready for other programs or who age out of HFS
  • Recruit families with young children to the program

Program Support and Collaboration

  • Assist in quality assurance procedures and activities
  • Collaborate with members of other agencies in the area and advocate to ensure that eligible families are receiving requested services
  • Attend and participate in all scheduled staff and collaboration meetings, prepared to report on new families and their individual situations

Paperwork

  • Complete computer based information on each client.
  • Complete all paperwork within program timelines.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Supervisor

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, early childhood development, education, public health or related field and a minimum of 2 years professional experience, social work preferred
  • Language skills in English and Spanish, both verbal and written modalities, preferred
  • Parents As Teachers’ Educator certification will be required; may be acquired upon hire
  • Experience and proven ability to work with low-income and culturally diverse families having multiple needs and limited resources; experience with home visits, strongly preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to develop program plans and work independently as well as contribute as an active and collaborative team member
  • Proven ability to maintain detailed and accurate program records, meet deadlines, work well under pressure, and handle crisis situations.
  • Strong computer proficiency with all MS Office suite products, especially MS Word and Excel, along with a familiarity of database applications.
  • Must have good driving record, valid Texas Driver’s license, and current auto insurance.