Job Opportunities

  • EI Service Coordinator
    Description: Envision, Creative Support for People with Developmental Disabilities:
    Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for persons with developmental disabilities in Weld County.

    We are looking for a dedicated individual to become a part of our Early Intervention Case Management team.
    Enjoy a four day work week Monday through Thursday.  Flexible schedule, open to full time or part time status/hours.   100% REMOTE with occasional on-site meetings.

    Position summary: The Early Intervention Case Manager will work to enhance the quality of life for children with developmental disabilities by assisting families with the Individual Family Service Plan Process (IFSP) process, to connect with EI services and with generic community services.

    SHIFT:    Flexible full time or part time position – 24 - 36 hours/week, Mon-Thurs
                  *Some Friday hours may be required based on School District schedules

    PAY RATE:  $18.34/hour + Benefits

    Application Deadline: 2/28/2022

    Organization: ENVISION

    Please apply online

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  • Early Intervention, Occupational Therapist
    Description: Starting Range: $25.04 - $26.08 hourly; dependent on experience, education, and certifications.

    Benefits offered: Health, dental, vision, employer paid life and short-term disability, voluntary life, voluntary long-term disability, 401K with employer contributions, pet insurance, other supplemental insurance options, flexible work environment, training and growth opportunities, workgroup participation, multidisciplinary model, strong team support, and more.

    General Description:
    Provide early intervention services utilizing occupational therapy expertise, family and community centered practices to ensure families have options in fostering the early development of their child. Work in mobile community-centered environment using electronic and web-based documents and record keeping.

    Application Deadline: 1/31/2022

    Organization: The Resource Exchange

    Please apply online

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  • Occupational Therapist
    Description:

    Benefits offered: Health, dental, vision, employer paid life and short-term disability, voluntary life, voluntary long-term disability, 401K with employer contributions, pet insurance, other supplemental insurance options, flexible work environment, training and growth opportunities, workgroup participation, multidisciplinary model, strong team support and more.

    General Description: Provide early intervention services utilizing occupational therapy expertise, family and community centered practices to ensure families have options in fostering the early development of their child. Work in mobile community-centered environment using electronic and web-based documents and record keeping.

    Application Deadline: 1/31/2022

    Organization: The Resource Exchange

    Please apply online

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  • Early Childhood Mental Health Regional Consultant
    Description: Benefits offered: Health, dental, vision, employer paid life and short-term disability, voluntary life, voluntary long-term disability, 401K with employer contributions, pet insurance, other supplemental insurance options, flexible work environment, training and growth opportunities, workgroup participation, and more.

    General Description: Provide early childhood mental health services for children 0-6 years of age according to the requirements of the CDHS Early Childhood Mental Health Services Grant, focusing on building capacity of early care and education providers, promoting best practices in the implementation of strategies, and timely provision of early childhood mental health support, especially for those at higher risk because of behavioral difficulties and disabilities.

    Application Deadline: 1/31/2022

    Organization: The Resource Exchange

    Please apply online

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Early intervention services shall be provided by qualified providers who meet the state personnel standards for each early intervention service. Early intervention providers shall maintain current and accurate documentation, including certifications, licensing, endorsements, and registrations and shall register, and update his or her information at least annually, in the statewide data system. An early intervention provider shall complete all required training, as defined by the department.


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