The ECI Program Supervisor assists the Early Childhood Intervention Assistant Director in all aspects of supervision of service delivery for the ECI programand reports to the ECI Assistant Director. This position directly supervises daily functioning activities of direct service providers. The position serves as mentor and direct supervisor for employees obtaining EIS credentials.This position assists with personnel issues and maintains a caseload. Duties include overseeing and coordinating staff assignments and providing services to ECI children and families in the counties served. The position assists the ECI Program Director and Assistant Director in supervision of service provision by overseeing, managing and tracking key functions necessary for implementation of accurate, timely and appropriate service provision to ECI families throughout the catchment area. Responsible for ensuring the coordination of activities and services between Early Childhood Intervention, other Community Healthcore programs, and other agency and community services. Ensures that services and program operations are in compliance with applicable standards.The ECI Program Supervisor functions as a professional member of the ECI team representing the discipline of early intervention and provides services for ECI children/families whose needs are determined to be most appropriately served by this professional. This position is responsible for the coordination of all services within the program and between agencies for assigned children/families; performs advanced duties in the implementation of programs designed for zero through two-year-old children with developmental delays and their families; has responsibility for independent judgment in enhancing children's skill development through design of learning environments, curriculum planning and providing parents with information and skills that enhance children's skill development.
Education/licensure: This position requires a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in an approved field and/or appropriate certification which meets the highest standards of the state and established criteria for professional membership on the ECI Interdisciplinary Team. Professional status includes (but is not limited to) persons who are certified/licensed: speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, certified teachers (with approved majors), social workers, registered nurses, nutritionists, orientation and mobility specialists, educational diagnosticians and early intervention specialists.Current valid driver's license in state of residence.
Minimum requirements also include 3 years or more of related experience, 1 year of which in an Early Childhood Intervention program as a professional member serving on the ECI Interdisciplinary Team is preferred.
Physical requirements that are bona fide occupational qualifications essential to the performance of the job:Must be able to transport clients, be able to complete activities necessary to perform services. This includes but is not limited to bending, lifting up to 44 pounds, carrying, crawling, and kneeling. Must be able to tolerate excessive heat and cold.
|Location||Tyler, Quitman, Rusk, Emory, Canton, Athens, Palestine|
|Category||Supervisor, Clinical, Professional|