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**Attendance Program with an additional $.50 on the hour
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Date of Posting: September 6, 2023
Positions: Early Intervention Service Coordinator
Pickaway County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Description: The Pickaway County Board of Developmental Disabilities is seeking a full-time Early Intervention Service Coordinator for its Early Intervention (EI) Program. Candidates must enjoy working with families and children birth to five years in the family’s home, virtually, or other natural environments. Candidates must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as strong organizational and time management skills. Experience working with families and young children, conducting home visits, writing case notes, Microsoft, and data entry preferred. The schedule is flexible but may include evenings to accommodate the clients’ schedules.
Summary of Duties: The Early Intervention (EI) Service Coordinator acts as the single point of contact for families enrolled in Ohio Early Intervention. This includes: Explaining and ensuring parent’s rights in Early Intervention; Coordinating initial and on-going eligibility for Early Intervention; Coordinating Individualized Family Service Plan and Individual Service Plan meetings and identifying needs, supports and services; Using family-centered practices and focus on community inclusion; Assisting with developing outcomes that reflect families concerns and priorities; Assisting families with identifying, obtaining, funding, and monitoring needed Early Intervention services; Enabling families to become advocates for their child and family, including locating and connecting to other supports and resources that are wanted and needed; Coordinating transitions to other programs and services; and Ensuring the rights of children and families in accordance with federal, state, and local rules and regulations are not violated.
Qualifications: Minimum of an Associate’s degree in a field of study in the area of child development, special education, social work, nursing, human services or other related field of study; Have and maintain a valid driver’s license, as well as submit to initial and periodic state and/or federal criminal background checks.
Certification: Meets or is eligible for necessary EI Service Coordinator certification requirements
Compensation: Starting at $23.51 hourly – based on experience
Deadline: September 19, 2023
Send resume and Cover Letter to: Cindy Cline – firstname.lastname@example.org
Pickaway County Board of DD
200 East High Street
Circleville, OH 43113