Join our efforts in making an impactful difference in the lives of children throughout California! Stars Therapy Services/Stars Infant Program provides opportunities to those who are currently in the field or who are interested to start a career in the field of Early Intervention and ABA. With plenty of opportunities for professional and personal development, we encourage our employees to continuously collaborate across all disciplines. Our energetic and compassionate multidisciplinary team include Early Interventionist, Behavioral Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Physical therapists, RBTs, COTAs, and BCBAs.
Take a leap into a rewarding field and send in your resume to: careers@starsinfantprogram (Northern California) or firstname.lastname@example.org (Southern California)
“Do you feel you have what it takes to become a Stars Interventionist
Please read the job description below.
Under the supervision of Stars Infant Program Supervising Early Interventionist, provides expertise and early intervention instruction to children and families enrolled in the California Early Start Program for San Diego and San Andreas Regional Center.
DIRECTLY RESPONISIBLE TO
Stars Infant Program Supervising Early Interventionist
children and their families receiving services through Stars Infant Program. Interventionist will report performance of children during the evaluation process of each individual IFSP goal.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Perform Early Intervention Services with a caseload of children and their families, following Stars Infant Program procedures.Ensures compliance with regulations and timelines in all aspects of services including but not limited to the following:
- 1Perform Early Intervention Services with a caseload of children and their families, following Stars Infant Program procedures.Ensures compliance with regulations and timelines in all aspects of services including but not limited to the following:
- *IFSP development, revision, review and ratings
- *Appropriately administer and score using developmental assessment tools
- *Complete a Progress Report in a timely manner of every caseload responsible for
- *Implementation of goals and objectives on IFSP in a variety of community settings, utilizing developmentally appropriate and effective practices.
- *Maintain accurate paperwork documentation and records of client files.
- *Demonstration of a family-centered philosophy, and respect for cultural diversity.
- 2Attend and participate in staff meetings, training and in-services for Stars Infant Program.
- 3Demonstrate computer literacy to be self-sufficient in:
- *Basic computer software such as: word, excel and power point
- *Basic internet skills and appropriate internet practices
- *Writing, finding, saving and printing documents such as progress reports.
- *Ensure compliance with family confidential policies.
- 4Complete administrative paperwork including, but not limited to:
- *monthly schedules;
- *calculate weekly and monthly visits
- *mileage/travel expenses;
- 5Become a member of the Infant Development Association (IDA).
- 6Complete Stars Early Intervention Training Program
- B.A. degree in Education, Psychology, Child Development or related field
- California driver’s license
- Proof of car insurance in employee’s name and current address
- Must be willing to submit driver’s license and fingerprints for background check
- Must be able to submit verification of legal rights to work in the U.S. upon hire
- Must be willing to work full-time with some weekends
- Salary depending on experience