The University of Tennessee at Martin has two part-time(50%) openings for a Coordinator I (Developmental Specialist) in the Department of Child and Family Grant Programs. This regular, part-time (50%) position is grant-funded and continuation of employment is dependent upon grant funding.
The Coordinator I (Developmental Specialist) carries out home-based early intervention services with families whose children are birth up to age 3 with a diagnosed condition or developmental delay. The program follows the Family Guided Routines Based Intervention (FGRBI) model of service delivery.
Responsibilities include: * Establish and maintain relationships with families through the FGRBI coaching model * Provide support, information and resources for families following the FGRBI coaching strategies * Administer the Assessment, Evaluation, and Programming System for Infants and Children (AEPS), including completing the AEPS credentia * Establish and maintain relationships with service providers including Tennessee's Early Intervention System (TEIS) staff * Collect data and enter service logs and contact notes in a state-wide database in a timely manner * Complete an Early Intervention Credential through Tennessee's Early Intervention System (TEIS) * Attend required meetings, staff training, and conferences as required that will, at times, include overnight travel
Internal Number: 188846
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