Parent Coordinators work with parents who have issues or disputes relating to divorce and custody cases, and ensure that the child's best interests are kept in focus.
When interviewing Parent Coordinator candidates, look for individuals with a strong passion for the well-being of children. Be wary of candidates with poor interpersonal skills, as they will not be able to effectively mediate and resolve conflicts.
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Interview Questions for Parent Coordinators:
1. Can you tell us about a time you improved a child's quality of life?
Tests the candidate's experience with, and passion for, helping children.
2. What are some useful tools you can give to parents who are arguing?
Tests the candidate's ability to teach useful communication tools.
3. What long-term effects do parental conflicts have on a child?
Tests the candidate's understanding of child psychology and well-being.
4. Two parents can't agree on the summer holiday schedule for their child. How do you proceed?
Tests the candidate's conflict resolution abilities.
5. One of the parents has been neglecting their child. How do you proceed?
Tests the candidate's ability to act in the best interests of the child.
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