Early Intervention Jobs - EI Jobs
EBS has full-time, part-time and PRN opportunities available with our birth-three-year-old program. Our Early Intervention programs are individualized, focusing on health, educational, and therapeutic services designed to improve outcomes for children with disabilities or delays. We specialize in the new skills that babies typically develop during the first years of life, such as physical, cognitive, communication, social/emotional, and self-help.
We are currently interviewing in your local area and nationwide for the following positions:
Early Intervention Speech-Language Pathologist:
As one of our certified speech-language pathologists, you will provide services that focus on the development of functional communication which includes the use of intention, pragmatics, sound production, comprehension, and oral-motor development. Our goal is to increase communication skills for children, including the multicultural and bilingual population, with language delays, hearing loss, and difficulty producing speech sounds.
Early Intervention Occupational Therapist:
As an EBS certified occupational therapist, you will develop goals, design therapeutic programs, and select activities to meet the developmental interests and needs of each child. You will work directly with children and their families in order to develop practical skills for activities of daily living with the purpose of fostering the child’s independence in their home environment. These skills include fine motor such as appropriate play and interaction, motor, sensory, and learning skills.
Early Intervention Physical Therapist:
Our physical therapists are specialists trained to provide treatment to maintain and restore maximum movement and function to the children they serve. As a member of our physical therapy team, your focus is to enhance the child's balance and movement and overall gross motor skills while collaborating with other core EBS physical therapists, families, and caregivers.
Early Intervention Special Instructor and Developmental Therapist:
EBS special instructors and developmental therapists will aid families in the designing of environments and activities that promote the child’s cognitive, social, and general development. You will participate in instructional design aimed at meeting the goals laid out in the child’s IFSP and provide families with information, skills, and support related to enhancing the skill development of the child. Our special instructors and developmental therapists help families incorporate therapeutic strategies into the family’s everyday routines while identifying and guiding the family through the next steps of supporting the child’s development.
Early Intervention Early Childhood Educator (ECE):
As an EBS Early Childhood Educator (ECE) you will identify each child’s current daily routines and work toward goals on the IFSP. You’ll help to develop schedules and encourage routines, maintain a safe and comfortable environment, provide age-appropriate supervision and discipline, plan and implement lessons, observe student development and communicate with parents, and address cultural or special needs specific to each child. Your job will include encouraging creativity, fostering developmental growth, and nurturing your tiny learners all while providing ongoing support to the family. It’s a rewarding and fulfilling profession reserved for those who love children and the learning process, who have equal parts enthusiasm and patience, and who feel right at home with making a difference each and every day.