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Meeting Street MA Inc Educator (Early Intervention) in New Bedford, Massachusetts

Looking for a rewarding career that makes a difference in childrens lives? Look no further and join the team at Meeting Street! Meeting Street is a special place of learning, where children of all abilities have the opportunities to reach their fullest potential. Full-time employees receive: Competitive Pay \$2,500 sign on bonus Generous PTO 13 paid holidays Medical, dental, vision and MORE Meeting Street is currently looking for an Educator for Early Intervention working 40 hours weekly. Duties: Partner with children and families to implement strategies to promote early childhood development, parental education and coaching, advocacy and support. Assess the functional capabilities of children ages 0-3 relative to their age-appropriate milestones for potential developmental delays or developmental risk factors. Serve as the service coordinator for a caseload of families with a wide range of racial backgrounds, cultures, religions, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, gender identity and abilities with understanding of how their life experiences may by impacted by social determinants. Collaborate with the family to develop goals to address the childs development that fit into their daily routines and play. Deliver services in an approachable and comfortable way as a guest in our clients homes, translating your clinical knowledge into everyday language. Continuously assess the progress of your clients and collaboratively adjust the plan as needed. Provide support to families with daily challenges and connect them with resources within or outside of our program as needed to support their childs development or immediate needs. Consult and partner with a multidisciplinary team of professionals, including Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Social Workers and Speech Language Pathologists. Learn more about us at Requirements Bachelors degree from an accredited institution, with successful completion of at least 4 approved 3-credit courses that focus on infants, toddlers, and/or families 300+ hours of practicum or work experience with young children (under the age of 5) Additional experience with infants, toddlers, and/or families is preferred Valid pediatric CPR and First Aid certification Valid Drivers License and ability to provide own transportation to appointments.