|Date||19 December 2020|
|Company||Montgomery County, OH|
|City||Montgomery County, OH|
Serves as a primary or secondary service provider working with families and care givers towards achievement of developmental outcomes in the natural environments of infant and toddlers (Birth-Age 2) by providing detailed, comprehensive development assessment and evaluation of communication, gross motor, fine motor, social/emotional, cognitive and self-help skills, outcome strategies and coaching techniques.
Participates in the transdisciplinary team process by acting as a primary or secondary service provider working towards achievement of developmental outcomes in the natural environments of infant and toddlers (Birth-Age 2). In compliance with Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) standards, provides detailed, comprehensive development assessment and evaluation of communication, gross motor, fine motor, social/emotional, cognitive and self-help skills. Develops personalized outcome strategies to be included in the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) that promote skill building in all developmental areas through play and functional activities in everyday routines. Utilizes coaching techniques and adult learning styles to enhance the family’s and caregiver’s capacities to be confident and competent in implementing IFSP strategies in order to help the child reach his/her potential. Participates in conferences with family members, service providers and community agencies to discuss progress and planning. Collaborates with outside agencies and professionals through attendance at meetings, therapy sessions, doctor and clinical visits, etc. in order to support the family and facilitate communication. Supports the transition process for children turning 3 years old and exiting the early intervention program as requested by the family. Completes appropriate and timely documentation and reports both in writing and by utilizing computer based applications. Attends meetings and trainings as required to obtain and retain required credentials. Completion of annual training required. Performs other related duties as required.
Bachelor’s degree. Must be eligible for Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities Early Intervention Specialist certification per OAC 5123:2-5-05 and maintain same after employment; valid First Aid and CPR certification; valid driver’s license with access to ongoing personal transportation or ability to independently travel to location of services in the homes and communities of children. Prefer PLAY Project certification (Play & Language for Autistic Youngsters).
All Montgomery County employees become members of the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System and have access to deferred compensation programs.
Benefits may vary for full-time, part-time, intermittent, and seasonal employees and/or due to union affiliation. The list below demonstrates the benefits that may be available to employees according to employment status and is subject to change.
Full-Time Employees (40 hours per week): Health insurance with HSA match, wellness program and incentives, life insurance, paid vacation, paid personal leave days, sick leave, holiday pay, tuition reimbursement, and access to dental, vision, short-term disability, accident & critical care benefits.
Part-Time Employees (Benefits Eligible) (scheduled 21+ hours per week): Health insurance with HSA match, wellness program and incentives, life insurance, paid personal leave days, sick leave, holiday pay for hours scheduled to work on holidays, and access to dental, vision, short-term disability, accident & critical care benefits.
Part-time Employees (Non-Benefits Eligible) (20 hours or less per week): Benefits include Long Term Sick Leave Accrual, Paid Personal Leave, and holiday pay for hours scheduled to work on holidays.
Seasonal Employees: Benefits include Sick Leave accrued at 4.6 hours for every eighty 80 hours in active
pay status. Seasonal employees scheduled to work 40 hours during their period of employment will accrue vacation in the same manner as regular full-time employees and can use their vacation after completion of twenty-six (26) bi-weekly pay periods in active pay status. Part-time Seasonal employees (scheduled to work less than 40 hours) do not accrue vacation.
Intermittent and Temporary Employees: Long-Term Sick Leave accrual is based on hours worked.
Benefit information can be found on the Montgomery County Benefits website at: www.mcbenefits.org.
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