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Psych/Counseling Services/Social Work/BCBA, Early Intervention

Southern View, IL 62703

Posted: 01/12/2024 Disciplines: Board Certified Behavior Analyst Job Number: 57103

Job Description

Invo Healthcare is seeking a talented, part-time social-emotional specialist to join our Illinois Early Intervention (EI) Team in Springfield,IL. Invo is the nation’s leading provider of behavior, mental health and therapy services in schools, centers and communities.

 

To qualify, applicants must have:

 

· Early Intervention credential or obtain during onboarding with criteria below

· Licensed Clinical Psychologist

· Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

· Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

· Licensed Clinical Social Worker

· Board Certified Behavior Analyst - must document the completion of educational experiences as approved by the Department that include at least 2 semester college hours of, or the equivalent (30 clock hours or CEU credit hours) in, each of the following EI core knowledge content areas:

· The Development of Young Children (1 semester hour Typical Development and 1 semester hour Atypical Development)

· Working with Families of Young Children with Disabilities

· Intervention Strategies for Young Children with Special Needs

· Assessment of Young Children with Special Needs

· Must submit proof of training on the use of a department approved formal assessment tool that would allow the provider to perform evaluations and assessments.

· Child Abuse Clearance

· Criminal Background Check

· Fingerprinting

 

What to expect from this role?

 

· Administering/interpreting psychological or developmental tests and other assessments to determine the need for services

· Support and understand the social/emotional, behavioral, and cognitive development of an infant/toddler

· Provide parent/caregiver education and intervention to assist in increasing a child's physical or mental conditions within the child's daily routines to positively impact their growth

· Obtaining, integrating and interpreting information about child behavior and child and family conditions related to learning, mental health and development

· Identifying, mobilizing, and coordinating community resources and services to enable the child and family to receive maximum benefit from EI services

· Plan and manage a program of services including psychological or other counseling for children and parents, family counseling required due to the developmental status of the eligible child, including consultation and education

· Collaborate with and coach infant/toddlers' caregivers to help develop age-appropriate skills and meet milestones

· Serve as member of the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) team

· Provide support to families/caregivers to assist them in maximizing their child’s development, while respecting the diversity and culture of families and communities

· Facilitate goals and objectives per child’s IFSP plan

· Maintain appropriate records

· Perform other duties/responsibilities required by the Program and within the scope of certification

· Ensure all services are performed in accordance with state laws and regulations

 

What to expect from your Invo experience?

We focus on helping our employees maximize their potential within each field through unparalleled support and mentoring, a team atmosphere, continued professional development, a promote from within culture and keeping your well-being at the front of mind.

 

Our employee-centric company provides unique opportunities such as:

 

· Competitive compensation

· Continuing education

· A dedicated clinical lead

· Professional liability coverage

· Professional development stipend

 

Who is Invo Healthcare?

Invo Healthcare has been providing therapy services to children for 30 years in school-based contracts and clinics, with the mission of inspiring and nurturing growth for all learners. The Invo team is comprised of education and therapy leaders who have a keen understanding of how to meet the unique needs of school districts, children and families and help them succeed. Each of our employees are wholeheartedly committed to providing positive outcomes for children and helping them shine in their own way.

 

Invo is an equal opportunity employer and conducts all business activities (e.g., recruitment, hiring, assignment, conditions of employment, compensation, benefits, training, promotion, discipline and termination) without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, gender identity or expression, genetic information, disability, veteran status, military and veteran status, or any other protected characteristic under applicable federal, state and local law. Please visit our website www.invocompanies.com/careers

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