Service Coordinator (Early Intervention) : At-Risk Tracking Program
The Alliance for Infants and Toddlers Pittsburgh, PA
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Alliance for Infants and Toddlers, Inc.
Tracking Service Coordinator
This individual will provide service coordination for families who are eligible for Early Intervention Services under PA Act 212. Work is performed with a considerable degree of initiative and independent judgment in accordance with established regulations, policies and procedures. The position reports directly to the Team Supervisor who provides general guidance around program issues and evaluates the effectiveness of the Service Coordinator’s activities.
- Provide explanations of Early Intervention Services, including parental rights and procedural safeguards.
- Develop and update Evaluation Report and Tracking Plan with the family.
- Coordinate, schedule, and complete developmental screens for child.
- Identify developmental delays and communicate concerns with parent.
- Provide parent education and support.
- Coordinate with medical and health providers.
- Coordinate with the Office of Children Youth and Families (CYF), foster care and other child serving agencies as needed.
- Identify and coordinate community resources and services beneficial to child and family.
- Provide information and assistance with planning for transition to pre-school services.
- Attend and participate in team meetings, staff meetings, internal and external training and conferences in order to meet the 24 hours of annual training.
- Maintain expected level of productivity.
Professional Knowledge and Abilities
- Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of children with developmental delays and conditions that put a child “at risk”.
- Demonstrated knowledge of child development.
- Knowledge of the laws and regulations governing the Early Intervention Program in PA.
- Ability to administer and interpret child and family assessment instruments.
- Ability to maintain records and documents in an accurate and orderly manner according to agency policies and procedures.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with families, staff, physicians and other community service agencies.
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Ability to manage email, navigate the internet and effectively utilize a web-based data system to manage caseload information.
- Possess adequate computer and typing skills.
- Possess a reliable motor vehicle and a valid PA motor vehicle license.
- Have Acts 33, 34 and FBI clearances.
- Be able to work at floor level with young children.
- Be able to lift and handle young children.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Master’s degree in education, early childhood, child development, or social science field and one year or more of practical experience
Bachelor’s degree in education, early childhood, child development, or social science field and three years of related experience
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