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Join the Family Outreach Team by Applying to One of Our Open Positions Below!
 

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Family Support Specialist -Helena, Butte and Bozeman MT

Hiring a Family Support Specialist in Helena, Butte 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 $18.00/hr (D.O.E.), benefit package includes: health and vision insurance, generous leave package, flexible work schedule and 401K retirement plan.

$2.00/hr differential pay for those living in Gallatin, Park and Meagher County.  

Download application below and submit resume to hr@familyoutreach.org
Contact Info:  Angela Nelmark 406-443-7370

***HIRE ON BONUS $500*** (After 6 months employment)

Open until filled

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Family Support Specialist Job Description 2020


Supported Employment Specialist II-Bozeman MT

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

*** $500.00 Sign on bonus ***

The supported Employment Specialist II (SES) works in the Adult Services Program and is responsible for providing career planning services through coordinating supported employment services to persons with disabilities; recommending, monitoring, and evaluating the employment/vocational component of Personal Support Plans (PSPs); and coordinating all aforementioned services for private pay clients and performing program support. This is a flexible full-time position with excellent benefits.

Job Type: Full-time

$16.00 per hour. $2.00/hr differential pay for those living in Gallatin, Park and Meagher County.  

To apply, send your resume, to hr@familyoutreach.org.

For questions, contact Tyler Tobol at 406-443-3083 or ttobol@familyoutreach.org.

Job Description


Early Intervention Program Assistant- Bozeman MT

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Early Intervention Program Assistant is responsible for performing a variety of administrative and administrative assistant functions to support the Early Intervention program. Duties include administering and coordinating office functions and resources, inputting client information into systems, exiting consumer files, preparing reports, taking referrals, assisting EI staff, and other duties as assigned. The position reports to the Early Intervention Services Manager and works closely with the Early Intervention Supervisors and Family Support Coordinators for the Butte, Bozeman, and Helena offices.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Combination of education and experience equivalent to a two-year degree or certificate in Office Administration, Office Technology, Computers, or a related field
  • Two years’ experience including computer, technical writing, office administration, and secretarial experience.
  • This position requires a valid MT driver’s license or the ability to obtain a license within one month of hire, have access to a reliable vehicle, an acceptable driving record (ie: no convictions for DUI or reckless driving.
  • Candidates must also successfully complete a background check and criminal history review.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: From $16.35 per hour

***HIRE ON BONUS $500*** (After 6 month of employment)

Download application below and submit resume to hr@familyoutreach.org
Contact Info:  Brittney Tronaas  406-587-2477

Open until filled

Download Application Here


 

Direct Service Provider lll- Helena, Bozeman, Livingston, and Belgrade MT

Do you have a passion for working with individuals with disabilities? Are you tired of the same routine every day? Are you looking for a flexible schedule with a different work environment each day? If so, Family Outreach is looking for a Full-time Direct Service Provider lll with at least 2 years’ experience.

Pay starts at $13.00 per hour and full-time employees are eligible for a $500 sign on bonus after 6 months of employment, and other competitive benefits. 

$2.00/hr differential pay for those living in Gallatin, Park and Meagher County.  

To apply, download the application below and send it, along with your resume, to hr@familyoutreach.org. For questions, contact Tyler Tobol at 406-443-3083 or ttobol@familyoutreach.org.

Download Application Here

 

 

Individual Living Specialist II- Bozeman MT

***$500 Hire on Bonus***

The Individual Living Specialist II (ILS) works in the Adult Services Program which promotes and supports the life-style choices of adults with developmental disabilities as they live independently in the community. The ILS is responsible for completing intake into the Adult Services program and generating referrals when warranted; developing implementing, monitoring, and evaluating Personal Support Plans (PSPs); coordinating staffing and maintaining documentation of Adult Services; coordinating program administration duties; and maintaining confidential consumer files. The position reports to the Support Services Supervisor (SES) and supervises Direct Service Providers (DSPs). The SES works in the Adult Services Program and is responsible for providing career planning services though coordinating supported employment services to persons with disabilities; recommending, monitoring, and evaluating the employment/vocational component of Personal Support Plans (PSP’s); and coordinating all aforementioned services for private pay clients and performing program support. This is a flexible full-time position with excellent benefits.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $16.00 per hour

For questions, Contact Tyler Tobol at ttobol@familyoutreach.org.

If interested, please send your resume to: hr@familyoutreach.org

 


Family Support Specialist Assistant- Bozeman, Butte and Helena MT

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Family Support Specialist Assistant (FSSA) is responsible for working in a home-based intervention program with families of infants, toddlers, or children with developmental disabilities. The position is a paraprofessional position responsible for providing early intervention services under the supervision of a comprehensively certified Family Support Specialist (FSS).   The primary role of the FSSA is to develop strong relationships with families in order to provide service coordination, support, and training to assist families in meeting the needs of their children, and enhancing parents’ role as the primary influence on their child’s education and development.  Duties include working with families in identifying and achieving goals; promoting positive parent-child relationships and interactions, and providing child development education.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Conduct comprehensive and periodic assessments of family and infant/child needs for the purpose of determining eligibility and/or developing an action plan to remove barriers to child’s success.
  2. Conduct Routine Based Interviews to obtain a rich description of the child and family functioning, and produce a list of functional, family chosen, family centered outcomes.
  3. Partner with families to develop an individualized care plan that is based on information collected through the assessment and family interviews to address medical, social, educational, and other services needed to further family goals, plans, and success strategies.
  4. Coordinate referrals to services and related agencies to meet the needs identified in the care plan. Assist with identifying and establishing natural and professional supports in the community.
  5. Track and document time and services with accuracy to ensure services are provided according to contract provisions and to ensure appropriate reimbursement for services provided. This includes tracking case statistics (e.g. direct contacts, service coordination, family training/counseling, special instruction, transportation, etc.), and accounting for at least 75% of time.
  6. Complete all consumer-related and program-related paperwork according to established timelines. Thoroughly explain policies and procedures as it relates to services, programs, and funding sources.
  7. Establish regular contact with families primarily through home visits. Maintain contact with families to a degree sufficient to monitor and assist progress toward identified goals (at least one time per month)
  8. Encourage, model, and coach appropriate early childhood practices, parenting skills and behavior management/modification techniques. Promote self-reflection by caregivers on actions to determine the effective ness of actions or practices within daily routines.
  9. Safeguard and maintain individual records to keep consumer files complete, confidential, and in order. This includes filing consumer documents in secure areas; adhering to the recommended organization of components of individual files; and obtaining and documenting Releases of Information agreements prior to sharing private consumer information with others.
  10. Monitor progress on child outcomes related to positive social-emotional skills, ability to acquire and use knowledge and skills and using appropriate behaviors to meet needs.
  11. Develop a personal knowledge of topics related to parent requests through use of literature, personal contacts, electronic resources, and professional development. Share information and resources regarding developmental milestones.
  12. Provide relevant information and referral on Part B services and other transition-related topics in a timely manner.
  13. Assist families in gathering documentation and information, and obtaining a developmental disability determination.
  14. Develop and monitor cost plans following specific funding source guidelines/parameters to meet objectives or services for approved clients.
  15. Work with families in an empathic, professional and objective manner.
  16. Collaborate and meet with other service providers to coordinate services.
  17. Maintain a flexible schedule to accommodate program and consumer needs that include evenings and weekends.
  18. Participate in training opportunities to maintain individual and organizational competency in assigned areas of responsibility. This includes demonstrating competencies identified for certification as Family Support Specialist and required Policies and Procedures; consistently updating knowledge and skills relevant to position responsibilities; and attending in-services, conferences, workshops, and required agency meetings as appropriate.
  19. Attend Staff and Office meetings, and coordinate services with other Family Outreach staff as necessary.

$2.00/hr differential pay for those living in Gallatin, Park and Meagher County.  

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $14.35 per hour

Download application below and submit resume to hr@familyoutreach.org
Contact Info:  Brittney Tronaas 406-587-2477

***HIRE ON BONUS $500*** (After 6 months employment)

Open until filled

Download Application Here