Full-time benefits include: vacation, paid holidays, health, dental, vision and life insurances, and retirement contribution
Part-time benefits include; vacation, paid holidays and retirement contribution
The Parenting Place is looking for a full-time (35 hours per week) or 2 part-time (20 hours a week) Service Coordinators who have a passion to work with families with children who have developmental delays or disabilities. Service Coordinators are a part of the Birth to 3 team (including PT, OT, Early Childhood Special Education, and Speech Language Pathologist professionals) and assist with evaluation and service plan development while working with families to coordinate services with other community partners and school districts. Service Coordinators are the first point of contact for referrals or parental inquiry, manage enrollment paperwork, explain the program to families, collect insurance information, and report billing authorizations and hours.
Pay: $15.00 – $15.25 per hour
Location: La Crosse County or Vernon County
Education: Bachelor’s (Preferred)
Required: Reliable transportation
Please submit cover letter, resume, and application. Email information to firstname.lastname@example.org: Applications will be considered as they are received.
Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech Language Pathologist, or Early Childhood Special Educator
A truly unique opportunity for a licensed pediatric therapist or educator to practice in a cross-disciplinary, team-driven, and supportive work environment. The Parenting Place is hiring 1 full-time or 2 part-time Early Interventionists to provide Birth to 3 services to families in La Crosse and Vernon Counties. As part of an Early Interventionist team (including PT, OT, Early Childhood Special Education, and Speech Language Pathologist professionals), you will work with colleagues and the child’s adults to develop and track progress towards developmental goals, serving as a Primary Coach for about 25 (full-time caseload) of our 180 enrolled families. Research shows children develop best by learning from a familiar caregiver, through daily routines in their everyday environment, thus Birth to 3 providers work with families in their homes, with an emphasis on coaching the child’s adults so that developmental or adaptive work can occur throughout the day, every day, with the child’s normal routines. Strong candidates will have a passion for using their professional expertise to work with families on an ongoing basis in ways that cannot be achieved in a traditional clinical setting. This position involves flexibility in scheduling and could include weekend/evening work for a part-time staffer. Some telehealth is offered to participants. Current WI licensure in your particular discipline is required.
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