Provides assessment, linkage, and advocacy services to individuals between the ages of birth to eighteen with a documented diagnosis of a developmental disorder, developmental delay or presence of a syndrome typically associated with a developmental disability. Acts as primary facilitator in the coordination and integration of services for assigned caseload; develops and implements Individualized Family Service Plans and Individual Service Plans; completes required documentation; and complies with all regulations applicable to program services.
M1: Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Special Education, a Human Services related field, or any discipline or profession listed under Part C Personnel Standards; or a Registered Nurse with a valid license to practice in Virginia
M2: Within two months of employment, must complete and pass all training modules and apply for certification as an Early Intervention Case Manager through the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services
complete DBHDS Basics of Case Management Training Curriculum modules.
Must have valid driver’s license.
Prefer that Early Intervention Professional Practitioner Level be met for a discipline or profession as defined in
Chapter 12 of the Infant and Toddler Connection of Virginia’s Practice Manual. Please call or visit our website for a complete listing of acceptable credentials.
P2: Prefer at least 1 year of experience in working with children under the age of eighteen with developmental delays or disabilities, or experience working collaboratively with community agencies that provide services to children and youth.
Fingerprints, State and FBI criminal record reports, drug test, and central registry (CANIS) report will be required
HOURLY RATE RANGE:
remain open until filled.
To be considered for a position, reply by sending application package consisting of:
Completed Qualification Assessment
to determine if you meet the qualifications for this position
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