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Pediatric Services

Pediatric Services is a growing organization. Our service team is growing, too, with current positions available. If you feel you're qualified to join this group of hands-on professionals, and wish to live and work in the beautiful Central California, Tri-Counties area, let us know.

Send an e-mail to [email protected] with your full resume. We promise to respond promptly.

Child Education Specialist

I. Program Responsibilities/Duties

1. Provide early intervention services to infants 0-3 years either in-home and/or designated location during the business hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, unless otherwise arranged.

2. Provide developmentally appropriate activities to stimulate the child's growth based on current development assessment.

3. Complete necessary paperwork, such as updating semi-annual objectives, discontinuation report, monthly documentation of child's progress, etc, in an accurate and timely manner.

4. Update child's file monthly to show progress toward established goals.

5. Maintain direct contact with supervisor, (program director or lead child education specialist), and PS consultants on an established schedule.

6. Keep supervisor apraised of any concerns directly or in-directly related to all clients.

7. Maintain effective communication with all agencies involved in the infant's care, such as TCRC ESSC, CPS, CCS, etc. to ensure team collaboration in meeting each child's need.

8. Educate and assist families with service needs.

9. Attend IFSP and transition IEP meetings. Participate in assessment and planning process.

10. Participate in the transition beginning at 2.0 years to determine appropriate pre-school placement.

11. Attend 15 hours of in-service/continuing education training per year that will directly benefit infant and child services.

12. Attend all scheduled in-services and staff meeting. Provide staff trainings on child development as needed.

13. Participate in quality assurance and peer review.

14. Participate in an annual performance review.

II. Background and Education

1. Bachelor of Science Degree in the area of Human Development, Family Services or Early Childhood Education or Associates of Arts Degree in Early Childhood Education and 2 years experience with children 0-3 years. Must speak some Spanish.

Nutritionist

I. Program Responsibilities/Duties

1. Will perform nutritional assessments and provide written report on each child during the business hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, unless otherwise arranged.

2. Will work with child and parent education specialists in a supervisory capacity as assigned.

3. Will attend staff meetings, in-services and training as appropriate.

4. Will contact TCRC as needed and be available to TCRC for recommendations.

5. Will provide staff training in areas of knowledge as needed.

6. Will report directly to Program Director and Behavior Enhancement Supervisor.

II. Background and Education

1. Bachelor of Science degree in Home Economics or Nutrition.

2. Registered Dietician.

3. Minimum two years experience in the assessment and treatment of infants and young children.

Speech and Language Pathologist

I. Program Responsibilities/Duties

1. Will perform speech assessment as needed and provide written report on each client; developing goals and objectives based on assessment findings during the business hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, unless otherwise arranged.

2. Will work with staff and other professional in a collaborative capacity.

3. Will provide hands on training to the family and child in a one to one ratio or group setting.

4. Will contact TCRC as needed and be available to TCRC for recommendations.

5. Will provide staff training in areas of language development and speech as needed.

6. Will report directly to Program Director.

7. Attend IEP/IPP/Team meetings as scheduled for each client. Participate in assessment and program/curriculum planning process to address skill deficits.

II. Background and Education

1. Masters Degree in Speech and Language.

2. Licensed by the State of California.

3. Minimum 2 years experience in the direct service of young children and their families.

 
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