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Full benefits package for individuals working 20+hours/week to include 19 Paid Holidays, including company-wide closure the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day.
- Medical, Dental, Vision, and Prescription
- Cell Phone Reimbursement with local number
- Compensation for travel time and mileage
- 401K with Company Matching
- Life Insurance
This position provides administrative support and assistance in the administration of Early Intervention Services ages birth to 3 in the Infant & Child Development Program (ICDP) under the direction of the Program Director. The Program Manager is responsible for ensuring that the highest standard of clinical care is delivered and that all targets and objectives are met in line with agency, local, state and national standards. The Program Manager provides leadership to a team consisting of direct service and administrative staff and is responsible for management, oversight and on-going development of programs operated by Imua Family Services. This position provides support in compiling data necessary to create accurate reports and billing to the Department of Health Early Intervention Section, Medicare, and other various funding sources. Provides information and support to staff, clients, visitors and callers. Relieves and supports program staff of clerical and administrative work as needed. The Program Manager will work with the Program Director in supervision and clinical support to other program professionals in accordance with the programs policies and procedures.
- Provide clinical and administrative leadership to program staff including development and supervision of services, and activities related to designated areas of responsibility.
- Meet all programmatic requirements including adherence to productivity requirements, timelines and deadlines, administrative reporting and budgeted revenue and expenses.
- Ensure proper and timely submittal of required program reports and all other reports to fulfill funding requirements by the state, as well as those delegated by the Program Director.
- Report on a weekly, monthly, and quarterly basis to Program Director regarding program activities, program services, program needs and changes, and service provision data.
- Review case records and provide training, coaching and mentoring on best practices related to service
- Master’s Degree in speech, occupational or physical therapy, special education, social work, child development, or related field.
- At least one (1) year of paid work experience in a supervisory capacity,
- At least three (3) years of paid working experience in the early childhood development field;
- Assessed competence in administering or providing services to individuals, families and/or children.
- Exceptions to these qualifications based on combination of education and experience requirements may be approved by the Program Director.
The Clinical Psychologist performs a variety of professional duties. Position includes primary responsibility for independent evaluation, scoring, and interpretation of psychological testing for children 0-8. The psychologist develops recommendations for treatment and links children to education and therapeutic services. Other duties include: counseling families regarding assessment findings and referrals. Test administration is based on an understanding of age, culture, and developmental level. The psychologist documents patient care in the clinical record according to regulatory agency guidelines. Position includes supervision and training of non-licensed staff and collaborative work with pediatricians, therapists and community organizations.
Job Duties / Responsibilities:
- Interviews member & evaluates their psychological & mental status. Utilizes DSM IV to diagnose patients. Determines if member is in crisis, at-risk, or suicidal/homicidal. Refers members in need of immediate or urgent care to appropriate level of services.
- Provides psychotherapy & counseling for individuals, families, groups &/or Intensive Outpatient Programs. Utilizes a wide range of intervention modalities. Provides services such as crisis intervention, brief therapy, cognitive & behavioral therapies, skills training, & family therapy.
- Assesses urgent or high-risk clinical situations & makes appropriate interventions. Coordinates referral of patient to psychiatrist or other clinician. Assists w/admission to hospital or other specialized facilities. Plans & provides appropriate follow-up & intensity of services. Assesses needs for psychological testing, chemical dependency treatment or other specific services & makes appropriate referrals.
- Evaluates needs & appropriateness for psychopharmacological therapy. Refers patients to physician or clinical nurse specialist for medication evaluation.
- Maintains basic knowledge of medications, indications & side effects for commonly used psychotherapeutic agents.
- Plans, develops, implements, & leads therapeutic & educational group programs to address needs of patient. Evaluates outcomes & effects of treatment for individual patients & programs.
- Minimum three (3) years of experience in mental health providing direct clinical services to children and/or adults, including people with serious/chronic mental illness. Experience with DSM–5 Diagnostic Criteria, diagnostic criteria for autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
- Doctoral degree in psychology from an American Psychological Association (APA) approved program in clinical psychology or from an accredited institution with the graduate level training leading to the doctoral degree meeting the requirements of Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR) 16-98-9.
- Valid Hawaii Psychologist license (must meet education requirement(s) for Hawaii State licensure).
- Current BLS for Healthcare Provider CPR or CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer certification upon hire.
- National Provider Identifier (NPI) and Taxonomy code required at time of hire.
- Note: This position requires successful completion of credentialing process upon hire.
Special Instruction Teacher
Instructs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth needed for primary school in preschool, day care center, or other child development facility. Participates as a member of a transdisciplinary Early Intervention team and consultation to programs as well as support and services for infants and toddlers in their natural environments.
- Plans individual and group activities to stimulate growth in cognitive, language, social, and motor skills such as learning to listen to instructions, playing with others, and using play equipment.
- Assist parents by suggested activities, educational material and by modeling appropriate interactions with children.
- Provides information to families to access resources available through Imua Family Services and the community.
- Plans individual and group activities to stimulate growth in all developmental domains of early childhood development.
- Instructs children using developmentally appropriate practices (DAP).
- Reviews client files to obtain background information prior to evaluation to determine appropriate tests and to ensure that adequate information is available.
- Performs appropriate Developmental Evaluations and periodic assessments according to age or developmental level of child, areas of concern, program policies and procedures, and a multidisciplinary team approach.
- Identifies children with delays in development or specific disorders.
- Provides direct and consultative therapeutic services to children enrolled in Imua programs according to policies and procedures and individual plan
- Master’s Degree in Special Education from an accredited College/University
- Pediatric experience with the birth to three population is preferred.
Family Care Coordinator – Island of Lanai
Responsible for the provision of family-centered culturally competent family care coordination and social work services for families whose infants and toddlers have developmental delays. This position provides interim and on-going care coordination services to families under the Infant & Child Development Program (ICDP). The care coordinator position also requires additional duties in the scope of family training, participation as a trans-disciplinary team member in the promotion of activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth needed for early childhood development.
- Master’s Degree in Social Work from an accredited college/university (Preferably Licensed)
- Valid drivers’ license
- Car insurance for use of a registered vehicle
- Clear Criminal Background
- Clear Child Protective Background
- Current TB clearance
- Pediatric experience with the birth to three population is preferred
Exceptions to these qualifications based on combination of education and experience requirements may be approved by the Executive Director upon receipt of approval by the appropriate State of Hawaii agency.
Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)
The RBT is primarily responsible for the direct implementation of skill-acquisition and of behavior intervention plans developed by the supervisor. The RBT works under the supervision of the BCBA, but in collaboration with related service providers, parents, other RBTs, and other individuals working on the same case. The RBT may also collect data and conduct certain types of assessments (e.g., stimulus preference assessments). The RBT may work with individual children or small groups of children.
- Registered Behavior Technician Certification
- High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent.
- Knowledge and understanding of Microsoft Office software, specifically the ability to work with Word and Excel.
- Desire to work for / with children with autism and other developmental disabilities
- Clear Criminal Background
- Clear Child Protective Background
- Current and valid driver’s license and Auto Insurance.
- Current TB clearance
- Clear Drivers History
Imua Family Services is a non-profit organization based on Mau’i, Lānaʻi , and Moloka’i. We are engaged in family-centered, community based, therapeutic services for infants, toddlers and preschool children, birth to age six and their families. Since 1947, we have been fulfilling our mission to provide comprehensive early childhood development services to children and their families with the support and resources needed to achieve their full potential in life. Imua Family Services programs include: Infant Child Development Program services for children birth to age three, Early Childhood Development Program to children three to six years old, Camp Imua, and Newborn Hearing Screening for all infants born on Maui for early identification of hearing loss.
For All Position Inquiries Contact:
For U.S. Postal please send resume and cover letter to the Mailing Address below:
Address: 161 S. Wakea Ave., Kahului 96732
Telephone: (808) 244-7467 ext. 308
Fax: (808) 242-5835
Imua Family Services is a partner of the United Way and provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Imua Family Services complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.