P411: Early Childhood Intervention Specialist/Service Coordinator - Howard
Big Spring, Texas UNITED STATES
The Early Intervention Specialist (EIS) provides quality Specialized Skills Training (SST) services to children 0-3 years old with developmental delays. Other duties include the following activities: tracking of deadlines, public awareness, and participation in initial ongoing developmental assessments, service planning on an interdisciplinary team and providing developmental services using a routines based intervention strategy in the childs natural environment. The Early Intervention Specialist will provide Specialized Skills Training (SST) with significant knowledge in child development for 0-3 year olds in order to assess childrens capabilities and areas of delay to determine appropriate strategies to meet the child and familys needs. Organizational skills are required in order to plan and prioritize work effectively. Must be able to establish and maintain cooperative relations with colleagues and parents. Must be proficient with computers and programs such as Excel, Word, Google Drive, and Promedda in order to prepare and maintain documentation, tracking deadlines and chart records of the children and familys needs. Documentation should meet Medicaid and state requirements. Review medical information and documents findings. Be able to work individually or with a team as needed to provide quality services. Will maintain a minimum 10 CEUs yearly to maintain their EIS credentials plus 3 CEU hours of Ethics every 2 years. Travel is required 80% of the time within assigned county service area. Employee is required to use their personal vehicle and/or an agency/rental vehicle. All employees are required to have a personal vehicle available for work purposes and maintain current, valid vehicle liability on the personal vehicle. Personal vehicle usage is subject to Center authorized mileage reimbursement rates.
Health, Dental, Life, Retirement
409 Runnels Big Spring, Texas, 79720 UNITED STATES