Early Intervention Service Coordinator Jobs Vacancy in State North Carolina
State North Carolina urgently required following position for Early Intervention Service Coordinator. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Early Intervention Service Coordinator Jobs Vacancy in State North Carolina Jobs Details:
Salary Grade: 68 Recruitment Range: $36,761 to $ 44,000
Qualified applicants must meet and reflect on their application training and experience and all knowledge, skills, abilities and any experience specified in the supplemental question(s) to be considered.
The NC Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), in collaboration with its partners, protects the health and safety of all North Carolinians and provides essential human services.
The North Carolina Early Intervention Branch (NCEI) is a part of the N.C. Division of Public Health. It is the lead agency for the N.C. Infant-Toddler Program (ITP). The Infant-Toddler Program provides supports and services for families and their children, birth to three who have special needs. Research shows that this time period is critical. It offers a window of opportunity to make a positive difference in how a child develops and learns. Children's Developmental Services Agencies (CDSAs) across North Carolina work with local service providers to help families help their children succeed.
The primary purpose of this position is to provide direct service coordination to children in the NC Infant-Toddler Program and their families. Services must be provided in compliance with Federal and State regulations for the Infant-Toddler Program. Position is an Early Intervention Service Coordinator for children birth to three located at the Durham Children's Developmental Services Agency (CDSA) (Durham office). Duties include IFSP development, home visits, intervention planning, and coordinating, authorizing and monitoring of early intervention services according to federal law and state regulations.
The following competencies must be documented in your job duties on your application and demonstrated in your employment history on your application. Generic job duties will not be considered- job duties should include the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed below (if applicable). See resume is not acceptable.
This position requires an understanding of child and family development; experience working in service delivery systems for children with developmental delays who are birth to 5 years of age; demonstrated familiarity with treatment plans and/or setting goals or outcomes for children and/or their families; experience in working with community support systems and/or resources; as well as communication and interpersonal skills which are effective, respectful, and sensitive for a diverse population.
Management prefers the following degree fields: Birth-Kindergarten Education/Early Childhood Special Education/Special Education/Education; Child Development/Human Development/Family Relations/Family Studies/Family and Consumer Sciences; Psychology; or Social Work. Also prefers: knowledge of best practice in the provision of Infant-Toddlers services and or previous experience in the provision of these services. Prefer that applicant have Infant, Toddler and Family Certification. Fluency in conversational Spanish desired.
Professional Credentials Required:
Eligibility for the Infant Toddler Family Certificate
Candidate must be able to tolerate much travel time within a day.
Graduation from a four-year college/university with a bachelor's degree in special education, elementary education, or early childhood education, psychology, nursing, child development, counseling, infant mental health, social work, child and family studies and two years of professional experience working with the population served (see note); or graduation from a four-year college or university with a bachelor's degree in another human services field and three years of professional experience working with the population served (see note); or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Note: the population served includes infants, toddlers, or preschoolers with or at risk for developmental delays, disabilities, or atypical development in the case of center or home-based early intervention programs. For such service settings, experience may also be with families of such children, other care providers, or non-disabled children of this age or with child mental health related programs. In other service settings such as CAP-DD, components or itinerant teams, experience may be with adults with developmental disabilities or mental illness. Degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.