Provides supervision and coordination of the agency’s Infant Learning Program and related grant projects that enhance the ILP. Provides supervision of staff, including those located in outlying communities.
Examples of Duties:
•Oversees implementation, coordination, evaluation, and reporting of the state ILP grant and related grant projects. This includes grant writing; preparing quarterly and annual narrative reports; developing and monitoring the ILP budget and submitting requests for funding as needed; maintaining the database; monitoring Medicaid, private insurance, and other ILP billing requirements; and implementing the program in accordance with the state and grant regulations.
•Ensures qualified staffing for the program and provides supervision. Works with human resources in the recruiting and hiring process. Facilitates regular staff meetings and provides ongoing support, training and performance evaluations according to agency policies.
•Enhances community awareness and establishes and maintains referral networks for the North Central Southeast Alaska region.
•Participates in local and statewide boards and/or interagency committees as needed to enhance the services for families.
•Assures that all files are maintained according to ILP and Medicaid standards.
•Performs annual program evaluation.
•Provides direct services to families, as time allows, by performing the duties related to their professional expertise or license.
•Collaborates with management staff as needed for overall administration of the agency.
•Performs project development and grant writing in collaboration with agency administrative staff to enhance services to families.
•Understands and complies with all agency policies and procedures.
•Ensures confidentiality as prescribed by agency policy and federal/state law.
•Maintains and promotes a positive professional working relationship with all employees.
•Attends and participates in meeting, committees, and training as assigned.
Minimum Education: Master's degree in a related field with current certification/licensure OR a PhD in related field with current certification/licensure. CPR and first aid certificates required within 30 days of hire. TB, fingerprint and background check clearance required. Current Alaska driver’s license and auto insurance per agency standards. Alaska SEED Registry Level 11 or 12 AND Part C Credential obtained within 6 months of employment.
Licensure: Current state licensure in appropriate field.
Minimum Experience: 3 years of experience in early intervention and one year of program administration.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•Knowledge and expertise in grant writing.
•Proficiency in the use of computers for word processing, spreadsheets and other applications.
•Strong organization, documentation, and time management skills.
•Strong interpersonal and written communication skills.
•Detail oriented with the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
•Effective problem-solving skills.
Ability to perform sedentary and active work that requires a full range of motion including but not limited to standing, walking on uneven surfaces, bending, twisting, stooping, and some lifting. Visual acuity necessary to utilize a computer monitor throughout the course of a normal workday. Ability to perform repetitive keyboarding activities and operate general office equipment.
Working Conditions: Work is primarily performed at the REACH office but also requires the ability to drive a vehicle to home visits, traveling to outlying communities by small planes, and may include evening visits.
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