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13 May

(Bilingual-Spanish) Group Facilitator – Parenting Program


About Organization

Established in 1996, Building A Generation has been providing nurturing environments for kids and their families to foster healthy relationships for them to thrive and end child abuse through parent education, youth development programs, financial literacy workshops, financial assistance, mental health support, career services, and connections to community resources enabling families to become healthy and self-sufficient. We serve low-income families who lack access to social support and resources, in underrepresented areas where youth are negatively impacted by trauma, exposed to substance abuse, domestic violence, and child abuse.
Our founding principle is to increase equitable access to education, services and resources for under-served and under-resourced communities. Through consistent and creative outreach, we implement family and community engagement activities to help facilitate growth and development, foster a positive and an inclusive learning environment, and allowing equal access and opportunity to any community member as a strategy in achieving our social equity goals.

Job Details

  • Bachelor’s degree required (ie, Counseling, Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Child Development or related field). Master’s degree preferred. At least 2-3 years prior relevant work experience
  • Excellent documentation skills
  • Demonstrated success working independently and with a team
  • Superb communication skills (written and verbal) with an ability to relate with a diverse group of individuals or organizations in an effective manner.
  • Effective listening skills is a must
  • High-energy, outcome-focused individual with a positive “can-do” outlook who can manage ambiguity and change
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills interacting with youth, adults, volunteers, donors
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite especially Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
  • Highly productive with ability to multi-task and self-manage; must be adept at knowing how to prioritize tasks and time most effectively to achieve goals
  • Experienced in building community partnerships and collaborations
  • Knowledge of parenting curriculum and facilitating classes
  • Enjoys working in a fast-paced environment
  • Bilingual-Spanish a MUST
  • Position is full time, M-F 8:00-4:30pm with willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends depending on client needs

General Responsibilities

  • Outreach to community to enroll participants/clients into program
  • Utilizes additional resources to add to curriculum for class when needed
  • Communicates to clients the importance of attachment bonding in their children’s early years
  • Builds and sustains strong partnerships with client families
  • Prepares all materials needed for weekly parenting class
  • Provides clients with “hands on” activities for strengthening their parenting skills
  • Collaborates with Case Managers to ensure clients are receiving needed resources
  • Ensures program targets are met per grant requirements and guidelines
  • Maintains a clean and organized work environment
  • Communicates with Case Manager regarding continual growth of program and program strengthening ideas
  • Reports suspected child abuse to supervisor
  • Ensure all client and contractual obligations are met, including client and participant satisfaction, recruitment and performance metrics, training curriculum, compliance and more
  • Planning and implementation of day-to-day program administration, operations, and activities
  • Ensure program goals, objectives, and outcomes are consistently met
  • Responsible for data collection, analysis, and evaluation to generate community impact reports and correspondence
  • Assists in development of printed material and reports for publication.
  • Other duties as assigned

Job Benefits

Employer offers benefits package (medical/dental coverage, vision, life insurance, 403(b), paid vacation/sick, holiday).

Salary/Pay Rate

Hourly Rate: $17-$20/hour

Contact Information or to Apply



  • Eastern San Bernardino Valley/Mountains