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SNJPC’s work environment reflects its mission with an emphasis on collaboration, a dedication to excellence and a healthy work/life balance. We offer a highly competitive benefits package as well as career development opportunities that include certification programs and funding to attend national/regional conferences. 

Across the maternal and child health community, SNJPC is recognized for its leadership, creativity, and acumen. It is a reputation built upon a work culture that respects fresh ideas, honors hard work and nurtures good ideas. 

Established in 1982, SNJPC now supports more than 20 discrete programs that collectively impact tens of thousands annually. The agency maintains 3 offices throughout our service region.

Current openings are listed below. Click on the job title to view the job description and begin the application process.

  • The High-Risk Case Manager conducts needs assessments and provides case management and tracking, based on established CHS guidelines, policies, and procedures for women in the preconception, prenatal, postpartum, and interconception phases to ensure linkage to perinatal care and pediatric care for their infants. This individual maintains ongoing relationships with community and health care providers, making referrals for program services.

  • The Health Education Specialist supports and contributes to the planning and implementation of the Prematurity Prevention Initiative (PPI) by developing and maintaining collaborative relationships with regional health care providers, community, social service, and academic organizations. The Health Education Specialist's responsibilities include assistance with monitoring the progress of the program, following up with key stakeholders, scheduling meetings, and maintaining program documents and data collection. The Health Education Specialist develops education materials and media on a variety of topics that include the risks associated with premature births, prevention of premature births, available interventions, as well as other topics as needed.

  • The Public Health Data Specialist supports the development and deployment of client data systems used by SNJPC, FHI and their partner agencies. The Public Health Data Specialist develops and offers training, provides user support, conducts data cleaning, and runs reports. The Public Health Data Specialist maintains detailed expertise in all proprietary systems - both front-end functionality and back-end structure – and translates that knowledge into customer service, training and data lifecycle activities.

  • The Administrative Assistant will help with enhancing company effectiveness by providing secretarial/clerical support services and serving as the meeting planner for the agency’s educational programs and assigned special events.

  • The School Nurse maintains health records and documents student health issues/events in accordance with New Jersey state law for students in non-public school settings. This individual provides on-site medications, health screening, first aid, referrals and triage to students and staff.

  • The School Nurse Coordinator is responsible for management of the Non-Public School Nurse Program including the quality of service delivery, staff supervision and program development.

  • The Family Support Worker (FSW) is responsible for initiating and maintaining regular, long-term contact with families. During these visits, FSWs concentrate on family-centered, strength-based, goal-oriented services in order to assist families with issues involving the parent-child relationship, improving the family support system, family problem solving, and advocating for the client. Referral and monitoring of health care usage and child development are also stressed.

  • The Perinatal Mood Disorder Specialist provides comprehensive support services to childbearing women who may be at higher risk for developing anxiety and depression during pregnancy and postpartum. This individual works collaboratively with healthcare providers, hospitals, and community agencies, facilitates group support, and provides community outreach education throughout the Southern New Jersey region.

  • The Early Childhood Specialist strengthens vulnerable families of infants and young children through engagement and teaming with community partners to decrease risk factors and increase Protective Factors. The Early Childhood Specialist assists families in connecting to supportive early childhood services and promoting developmental health. The Early Childhood Specialist supports child welfare case practice and strengthens systems integration and service linkages at the local level.

  • The Assistant Lead Service Coordinator serves as an assistant to the Lead Service Coordinator to meet the New Jersey Early Intervention grant requirements in addition to being able to carry out Service Coordinator duties.

  • The Lead Service Coordinator provides all services and functions of a Service Coordinator plus supervises assigned EI staff and ensures follow through of EI regulations, policies and procedures.

  • The Nurse Home Visitor is responsible for providing comprehensive community health nursing services to women and their families enrolled in the Nurse Family Partnership Program (NFP) in accordance with program goals, objectives and protocols. Client caseload consists of approximately 25 to 30 women of childbearing age, and their infants and children, birth through 2 years.

  • The Service Coordinator is responsible for assisting and enabling children and families eligible for New Jersey Early Intervention Services System to receive the rights, procedural safeguards, and services that are authorized by the New Jersey Early Intervention Program. This individual coordinates services and advocates for families to assure linkage to all services provided within the Early Intervention Program and with other community resources in order to maximize their child’s abilities.