Early Intervention Service Coordinator - LCSW, MA/MS - Early Intervention
Requirements for the Position:
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively with a culturally diverse populations of clients, other care providers, family, community members and state agency representatives.
- Ability to work collaboratively as a member of multidisciplinary and cross-functional teams.
- Has demonstrated professional documentation and communication skills, as well as demonstrated organizational skills.
- Ability to negotiate and resolve differences.
- Ability to function under pressure in a fast-paced human service environment.
- Ability to be flexible, open and responsive to ongoing industry changes.
- Ability to articulate and communicate Bay Cove’s mission and strategic direction in a consistent and enthusiastic manner to departmental staff.
- Ability to identify opportunities and obstacles and develop effective, creative solutions to pursue opportunities.
- Ability to go up and down stairs.
- An acceptable CORI (criminal record assessment).
- Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, Speech Pathology or Social Work, or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Occupational Therapy or Physical Therapy, Nursing (plus MA license), or related human service field.
- A COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement of the position. One COVID-19 shot is acceptable, contingent on the individual receiving the second shot within the allotted time frame.
Essential Functions of Position:
- Provides therapeutic intervention with children and their caregivers as needed on assigned cases.
- Provides service coordination of assigned cases, including home visits, crisis management collateral contacts, and transition planning.
- Facilitates developmental assessments on all assigned cases and participates in assessments of children assigned to other team members, including doing the written reports of such assessments.
- Provides group leadership as assigned (parent and/or child groups), including planning, setup, cleanup and playroom maintenance with co-leader.
- Maintains written case records in accordance with QA requirements.
- Attends all necessary meetings (such as COREs) prior to child’s transition out of the program.
- Has knowledge of and adheres to DPH service and billing guidelines.
- Provides direct service unit sufficient to meet 100% of productivity requirements.
- Attends supervision, management and staff meetings regularly.
- Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Timeline for completion
What time? Where?
Program Specific Orientation
1st 2 months
Building a Community: an orientation to EI. Part I
Building a Community: an orientation to EI. Part II
Basic Clinical Skills
Infant and Toddler First Aid (if a group leader)
1st 3 months
First Aid Recertif. (if a group leader)
Every 3 years
CPR (if a group leader)
1st 3 months
CPR Recert (if a group leader)
Every 1 year
Bloodborne pathogen infection control
At sign on
Within 6 months
- Pay Type Salary
- Min Hiring Rate $42,000.00
- Boston, MA, USA