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Service Coordinator for Early Intervention

Meeting Street, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing services to children and families in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, is seeking a motivated team player to serve as Service Coordinator in Early Intervention. The position reports to the Early Intervention Clinical Supervisor. This is a great opportunity to join Meeting Street where individuals of all abilities learn, play, work and live together. 

Meeting Street respects and celebrates the diversity that contributes to a healthy, caring community. Meeting Street believes the dignity of each person is paramount. We recognize that our community’s future strength rests firmly on our commitment to our values of respect, compassion, integrity, inclusivity and excellence.   

As a Service Coordinator for Early Intervention, you will provide home-based and remote case management to families with children ages 0-3 with developmental delays. You will collaborate with the family to develop the Individualized Family Service Plan and outcomes for family supports, strategies and relevant services to be provided by our multi-disciplinary team of therapists and educators. You will conduct initial and ongoing assessment of the child’s development and functional skills, review progress, and outcomes to determine the progress made by each client while receiving early intervention services. You will identify and refer families to community resources that support IFSP outcomes, address immediate family needs, or support natural learning opportunities. You will ensure that all events and documentation are completed within the program’s required timelines.

Meeting Street is currently offering a four-step $2,500 bonus to new employees for full-time, benefit eligible positions.

Full-time employees at Meeting Street enjoy low cost benefits package that includes medical and dental insurance plans (BCBSRI), vision insurance (VSP), employer-paid life insurance and long term disability, optional employee and dependent life insurance, voluntary medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts, up to 5% company matching 403(b) retirement plan, paid time-off that includes vacation/holidays/personal days, BCBS Wellness Program, mileage reimbursement, tuition reimbursement, employee assistance program and much more!

We do not discriminate in services or employment based on ethnicity, race, age, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, national origin, economic background/circumstances, physical and/or mental abilities, veteran status, marital status, or resident immigration status. To uphold these commitments, we expect all employees to recognize and properly respond to racism and other forms of injustice.
This position requires that you have one of the following: a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development; Early Childhood Special Education, Social Work, Psychology, Communication Disorders, Nutrition or a related EI field. A Bachelor’s Degree in a non-related field and 3+ years’ experience working with or caring for infants and toddlers with special health care needs and their families. Or a High School diploma and 6+ years’ relevant experience with approval from EOHHS. COVID-19 vaccination is required.