EI Early Intervention Supervisor
RISE is an innovative human services network originally established in 1987 for the purpose of moving individuals living in institutions into family settings. Since that time, services have grown to support children, adults, and families with a variety of needs across multiple states that include residential settings, day programs, employment assistance, managed care, and home and community based services. Since inception, our purpose and mission has remained constant. We create opportunities for and with the people we serve, their families, and for the men and women who work in the direct care profession.
The Regional Early Intervention Supervisor and Lead Service Coordinator is responsible for fundamental supervision of a designated RISE EI-Service Coordinator Core Team and the program.
Along with providing supervision and guidance to the Service Coordinator Core Team the Supervisor will oversee and ensure that the Early Intervention Service assists a family in providing learning opportunities that facilitate their child’s successful engagement in relationships, activities, routines, and events of everyday life.
Other Essential Functions Include:
- Support the Mission, Vision, Values of RISE EI as well as the Mission and Seven Key Principles of Early Intervention
- Demonstrate knowledge in AzEIP policies and procedures and Child Development
- Support the training, coaching, and support of RISE EI-Service Coordinators Provide supervision of RISE EI Service Coordinators in a manner that meets and exceeds the expectation of RISE, EI customers and funding sources
- Maintain necessary records, logs, database, files and other required documentation in a professional, confidential and secure manner
- Knowledgeable of and assures that programs meet expectations of RISE corporate and state policies and procedures; and all requirements of funding agencies; ensure compliance for all contractual expectations through DES/AzEIP through use of Quality Assurance measures
- Ensures all Service Coordinators are properly trained in service delivery and expectations to deliver quality supports and meet funding source requirements, AzEIP policies and procedures, Standards of Practice, and the Scope of Work
- Perform and document regular one on one supervision with Service Coordinators including continuous file/case reviews, and routine performance feedback
- Participate as an integral part of the Multi-Disciplinary Team
- Work with referral coordinator to ensure RISE EI is compliant with timelines
- Work with the Data manager to ensure proper maintenance of child files, required documentation, Iteams database, and RISE tracking tools
- Attend weekly team meetings and support team meeting facilitator as appropriate
- Provide Professional written and verbal communication with children, families, team members, DES/DDD/AzEIP/ASDB personnel, other professional providers and community members; coordinate and monitor delivery of services among multiple agencies, medical and health providers
- Ensure that all communication and interaction with consumers, families, children, employees, contractors, and other stakeholders is conducted in a culturally competent manner
- A bachelor's degree in Early Childhood, Nursing, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Social Work, Special Education, or other related field as required by the specific discipline.
- Completion of the AzEIP Standards of Practice for Early Interventionists within three years of employment, demonstrate knowledge of Core Team model, AzEIP policies and practices
- Meet all prescribed professional requirements and rules of professional conduct for the specific discipline, including applicable licenses.
- Ability to build relationships and to communicate with multiple customers including the families receiving support, service professionals, foster parents, advisors, natural parents, state personnel and others.
- Ability to interpret and implement RISE policies/procedures regarding services, and DES/DDD/AzEIP policies
- Ability to greet the public, use the telephone and effectively communicate with multiple customers including the people RISE supports, parents, the state, staff, and others.
- Required to be accessible by cell phone.
- Travel to attend meetings/training, and to provide services in a natural
- Ability to work under stressful conditions that may include dealing with difficult people and handling multiple work assignments.
If you require reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process or hiring process, please submit your request through one of the following methods listed below:
(a) Dedicated fax 866-268-8885
(b) Dedicated email email@example.com DISABILITY ACCOMMODATION REQUESTS ONLY
(c) US mail - 4554 E Inverness Ave Mesa, AZ 85206- Attn Human Resources
(d) Dedicated phone - 1-866-242-2714 Option 1 (Employment Opportunities) DISABILITY ACCOMMODATION REQUESTS ONLY
RISE is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. We embrace diversity in all its form. We provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 46220