Resource Coordinator - Welcome Baby

Job Type

Full Time




1111 W. 6th St., Suite 400
Los Angeles
United States


This is an existing position that works closely with the Program Director, Clinical Supervisor and Resource and Outreach Supervisor to build a network of community resources to support the direct service work of Maternal and Child Health Access staff. The Resource Coordinator also supports Welcome Baby home visitation staff with linkage of clients to appropriate community resources. S/he is responsible for developing relationships with key community contacts in order to support staff and clients with warm referrals for needed services. The Resource Coordinator works closely with the Program Director, Clinical Supervisor, Quality and Evaluation Manager, Resource and Outreach Supervisor and other Welcome Baby team members to provide input into the development of program documentation, procedures and overall structure of the Welcome Baby program. S/he must work effectively as part of a multidisciplinary team, as well as with a diverse and high-risk population. The Resource Coordinator position requires positive interaction and collaboration with internal and external contacts.

Experience and Educational requirements

Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience

Bilingual (English/Spanish)

At least two years’ experience identifying appropriate resources for clients, case management and/or referral and linkage within a community-based organization.

Minimum of 2 years Case Management with High Risk client

Strong public relations skills and the ability to develop collaborative relationships with key contacts at community organizations.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, clients, community organizations and service providers using an empathetic, strength-based and client-centered approach.

Knowledgeable of programs and services available through local community resources.

Knowledge of maternal and child health issues, child development, parenting, perinatal depression, and breastfeeding highly desired.

Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable automobile and car insurance.


Medical, dental, vision, Life, Long Term Disability insurance and generous paid time off.  

Level of Language Proficiency


Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

Spanish speaking candidates with 2 years of maternal health case management for high risk clients may

submit a cover letter and resume to