• Technical Assistance Specialist, Early Intervention

    Rhode Island College invites applicants for the positions of Technical Assistance Specialist, Early Intervention. This is a full-time, calendar year, temporary renewable contingent upon funding position.

    The individual will assist the Sherlock Center Early Intervention Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator to provide training and technical assistance to Rhode Island Early Intervention Service Providers.

    Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities is seeking to hire a full-time Technical Assistance Specialist to join an established team of Early Intervention project staff to support RI’s Early Intervention Agencies, providers, and the children and families they serve. Individuals in this position collaborate with the Early Intervention Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator and with the Rhode Island Executive Office of Health and Human Services to conduct ongoing needs assessments, provide targeted technical assistance, and professional development to individuals who work in Early Intervention and other related programs.

    Rhode Island College is a regional comprehensive public college that serves approximately 5,800 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students through its five schools; the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the Feinstein School of Education and Human Development, the School of Business, the School of Nursing and the School of Social Work. Established in 1854, we are Rhode Island’s first public institution of higher education. The college is located on a beautiful 180-acre suburban campus in the vibrant city of Providence, and has satellite locations at the Rhode Island Nursing Education Center in Providence’s Innovation District and the Rhode Island College Workforce Development Hub in Central Falls, RI. We are known throughout the Northeast for high quality academic programs, small class sizes, personalized, hands-on learning experiences, world-class faculty, and high value compared to other four-year institutions.

    Required qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in early childhood, family studies, or a related field.
    • Three to five years’ experience as an Early Intervention service provider, parent consultant, or other related position.
    • Knowledge of RI Early intervention system
    • Knowledge of child development
    • Knowledge of family supports and family resources available in RI
    Preferred qualifications:
    • Life experience with individuals with disabilities and/or their families.
    • Bilingual
    Application deadline: Open Until Filled

     Proposed starting salary: $48,451

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