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Direct Service Providers (DSPs) – Bozeman and Helena, MT.

Family Outreach is looking for people who want more out of their job than just a paycheck. Do you want to feel good at the end of your workday, knowing you made a positive impact in someone’s life? If you do, you might be the person we are looking for!

Family Outreach is hiring people to assist children and adults with developmental disabilities in their day-to-day lives, in a variety of locations. We are dedicated to supporting individuals with disabilities in achieving their full potential.

DSP’s are responsible for working with individuals with developmental disabilities in their home and in the community.

• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• Must have valid driver’s license
• Must own a vehicle with proof of insurance and registration
• Must be able to pass a background check
Starting Pay: $10.83/hr. DOE

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Call Tyler at 406-442-1571 with questions.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $10.83 /hour

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Direct Service Provider Job Description



Family Support Specialist -Helena, Bozeman and Butte MT

Hiring a Family Support Specialist in Helena and Bozeman to work in a home based intervention program for families with infants, toddlers, or children with developmental disabilities.  This position engages assigned families through the establishment of a trusting relationship by providing meaningful and consistent client contact; and provides support and resources to enhance children’s learning and development through everyday learning opportunities.  Major responsibilities include providing early intervention services through coaching families, conducting developmental assessments, coordinating services, offering support and resources, referring to other community services as appropriate, monitoring child and family outcomes, and developing, implementing, and evaluating individual family support plans with goals, objectives, and activities to meet the individual families’ needs. Travel and basic computer skills required. College degree required and experience with developmental disabilities preferred. Full Time Position is pay grade 7, starting at $15.05/hr (D.O.E.), benefit package includes: health and vision insurance, generous leave package, flexible work schedule and 401K retirement plan.

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Contact Info:  Brittney Tronaas  406-587-2477

Open until filled

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Family Support Specialist Job Description 2020


This position is responsible for participation with an interdisciplinary team that includes members from the professions of nursing and social work. The interdisciplinary team works to provide coordinated home and community services to children and youth with special health care needs for the Family Outreach Targeted Case Management Program. The position has collaborative working relationships with the interdisciplinary team, health care and other providers in the area to assist and accommodate each child’s health care needs. This is a part-time position working approximately 15-20 hours a year. The position reports to the Early Intervention Program Manager.
Engage in ongoing communication, evaluation, and coordination of the child’s care through quarterly meetings in the home, office, or virtually with the interdisciplinary team.
• Provide insight to the development of the care-based plan for the child’s health, nutritional, and psychosocial status; Assist in the comprehensive assessment of the child as needed.
• Assist in monitoring progress and potential risk factors related to the child’s health conditions.
• Provide medical insight and referral recommendations for caregivers and interdisciplinary team members; Coordinate with primary physician to address and ensure the child’s needs are evaluated and the appropriate medical care is obtained.
• Participate in child and family review to determine continued eligibility, progress, ongoing needs, and additional concerns of the child and/or family.
• Maintain case records and meet record maintenance and auditing guidelines; document case management information and goals specified/achieved in care plan for children receiving services.
• Perform other duties as assigned including, but not limited to, providing consulting services to other interdisciplinary areas of Early Intervention or Support Services Programs (e.g., Part-C Program, Medication Program, etc.).
The position requires the ability to plan, organize, develop, direct work, evaluate results and use alternative strategies to build an efficient program. It will develop sound programing practices; analyze job performances; quickly and accurately analyze complicated situations and make sound judgments. This position will develop budget utilization for complex billing and on different billing platforms. Works independently; learn, apply, and communicate policies and procedures; communicate and perform effectively and diplomatically with personal contacts; be flexible and adapt to change; maintain effective working relationships with others; to use computers, including spreadsheet and automated accounting programs; adapt to changes in technology; and use standard office equipment.
Advanced knowledge, skills and abilities including, but not limited to:
• Knowledge of Federal, State and local programs for children and youth such as WIC, immunizations, children’s special health services, genetic services, hepatitis B screening, EPSDT, Montana Milestones (Part C Early Interventions), and other health care related programs in Montana.
• Knowledge of individual health care systems, plan development, and evaluation.
• Knowledge of community health care systems and resources. • Knowledge of nationally recognized early childhood health care and well child health standards.
• Ability to develop or participate in the development of an individual care plan based on assessment of a child’s health, nutritional and psychosocial status, and personal and community resources.
• Ability to inform a child and the child’s caregivers regarding health conditions and implications of risk factors.
• Ability to foster the ability of a child’s caregivers to assume responsibility for the child’s health care.
• Ability to assist the child and the child’s caregivers to establish linkages among service providers.
• Ability to coordinate access to multiple provider services to benefit the child and the child’s caregivers.
• Ability to evaluate a child’s and the child’s caregiver’s progress in obtaining appropriate medical care and other needed services.

Salary: $19.22- $25.62 /hour

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