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Occupational Therapist for Early Intervention Program – Posted 2021-02-03

Under the State of Hawaii Department of Health, Family Support Hawaii’s Early Intervention Program; the Occupational Therapist (OT) is responsible for providing evaluation, consultation, coaching model to families and primary service provider, birth to three years of age who are developmentally delayed or at risk for developmental delays. OT is a member of a transdisciplinary team consisting of physical, speech, special educator as well as care coordinator. OT works closely with family members to implement and provide strategies/coaching to families served. All services are delivered in the home, and areas serviced include:  Waikoloa, Kohala, Honoka‘a, Ocean View, Na’alehu, Pahala areas of the Big Island. Requirements include:  BS or MS in OT with degree from an accredited program; current licensed OT in the state of Hawaii, training in sensory integration techniques and working with young children with developmental delays; original transcript and a copy of the applicant degree. Please email your resume with cover letter to eisjobs@familysupporthawaii.org or call 808-895-1051 for more info.


Special Instructor for Early Intervention Program – Posted 2019-08-26

Under the State of Hawaii Department of Health, Family Support Hawaii’s Early Intervention Program; the Special Instructor (SPIN) or Special Educator is responsible for providing evaluation, consultation, coaching model to families and primary service provider, birth to three years of age who are developmentally delayed or at risk for developmental delays. SPIN is a member of a transdisciplinary team consisting of physical, speech, occupational therapists as well as care coordinator. SPIN works closely with family members to implement and provide strategies/coaching to families served. All services are delivered in the home, and areas serviced include:  Waikoloa, Kohala, Honoka‘a areas of the Big Island. Requirements include:  Master’s Degree in Special Education, Early Childhood Education or related field from an accredited college or university; or satisfactory completion of 24 graduate semester credit-hours in special education with specialization in early intervention; original transcript and a copy of the applicant degree. Please email your resume with cover letter to eisjobs@familysupporthawaii.org or call 808-895-1051 for more info.