Huron County Family and Children First Council



POSITION TITLE:              Wraparound Facilitator

Posted Date:                          7/7/2021
Reports to:                             Huron County Family Children First Council Director
Status:                                    Unclassified
FLSA Status:                         Non-Exempt
Hours:                                    8:00-4:30 P.M. (Full-time, flexible, nights and weekends)


  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Counseling, Social Work, Psychology, Health, or other related field; Master’s Degree Preferred.
  2. Minimum of two years’ experience or equivalent experience and training in wraparound and/or service coordination.
  3. Must submit to pre-employment criminal background check and drug screen.

Starting Pay Range: $16.00-$17.00 per hour plus education and longevity

Under the general supervision of Director of Family and Children First Council (FCFC), the Wraparound Facilitator is responsible for supporting the successful implementation of High-Fidelity (HF)Wraparound and Service Coordination. Although it is the intention of FCFC to maintain the position in subsequent years, the position is dependent on securing annual grant funding.


  • Plan, develop, and implement HF Wraparound or Service Coordination.
  • Provide informational training for families, service providers and systems related to implementation of HF Wraparound on a county-wide basis.
  • Maintain awareness and knowledge of family systems, contemporary youth development and prevention theories, and methods.
  • Ensure activities meet grant requirements for quality management, health and safety, legal stipulations, school policies and general duty of care.
  • Develop and adapt HF Wraparound training materials for both service providers and families in coordination with FCFC.
  • Emphasize fidelity to a strength-based, culturally sensitive assessment and planning process.
  • Work with service providers and systems to standardize the Service Coordination/HF Wraparound process.
  • Monitor customer satisfaction with the Wraparound process, plan, and services that result from developed plans.
  • Develop public awareness strategies to inform the community about HF Wraparound processes.
  • Be sensitive to parent support issues relative to the HF Wraparound process and work closely with parent advocates within the county.
  • Attend and provide representation at the Service Coordination Management Committee.
  • Provide representation at other meetings, including organizational planning sessions related to the work of the Wraparound process.
  • Attend court hearings as required.
  • Respond to questions pertaining to the Wraparound processes and continue to develop the role as community liaison with federal/state/county agencies and parent organizations.
  • Work with providers to develop services that meet the needs of children and families in the county.
  • Assist in the development and maintenance of tracking system(s) for information to ensure fidelity.
  • Provide periodic reports as requested by the FCFC Director, partner agencies and/or funders.
  • Attend trainings, seminars, workshops, and classes to achieve required credentials and continuing education as required by the agency.
  • Makes referrals to other social service programs and/or agencies when appropriate.
  • Meets program deadlines. 
  • Must possess a valid State of Ohio’s driver’s license, reliable transportation, and auto insurance in accordance with ORC 4509.
  • Must demonstrate regular and predictable attendance
  • Other duties as directed by FCFC Director.


  • Knowledge of group dynamics and family centered system of care practices.
  • Knowledge of community resources and referral options.
  • Knowledge of cultural competency and group facilitation.
  • Skill in client engagement, interviewing techniques, performing strength-based assessments and case management.
  • Skill in employing conflict resolution and problem-solving strategies.
  • Skill in Outlook and Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Skill in working with children and families from a strength-based perspective.
  • Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships.
  • Skill in public speaking.
  • Skill in training small/large groups.
  • Skill in oral and written communication.
  • Ability to stay organized.
  • Ability to work with youth in schools and other community settings.
  • Ability to prepare and maintain accurate and concise written records, case notes, and reports.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Ability to meet strict deadlines.


If interested submit  Cover Letter, Resume and Employment Application to Nicole Cross, FCFC Director, 185 Shady Lane Drive, Norwalk, Ohio 44857 or

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