Minimum Qualifications Open Competitive Provisional: anyone possessing a Bachelor's degree AND three years of the experience described below. Experience must have included the provision of Early Intervention services to children under age five, with or at risk for disabilities, as well as services to their families. Examples of services include, but are not limited to, occupational or physical therapy, speech language pathology, and Early Intervention service coordination. Experience must have been in an approved Early Intervention program under Article 25, Part 69, of the New York State Public Health Law, and Title 10 of the New York Codes, Rules, and Regulations; or in an approved Preschool Special Education program under Section 4410, of the New York State Education Law, where the primary focus is providing Early Intervention services to children under age 5. Experience may also have been in a professional position in a public or private setting, developing, administering, and evaluating approved Early Intervention programs. An example of a professional position includes, but is not limited to, a county Early Intervention official.
Substitution: a master's degree may substitute for one year of the general experience, and a doctoral degree may substitute for an additional year of the general experience. Non-qualifying experience includes services provided to children age five or older.
Preferred Qualifications: Experience developing policies and procedures to support delivery of Early Intervention or other services; familiarity with laws and regulations governing the Early Intervention Program, conducting research to inform policy development, experience developing written policy guidance or related materials. Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Access). Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills.
Duties Description The Early Intervention Specialist 1 (EIS1) will serve in the Bureau of Early Intervention Information Systems and Quality Improvement Section and will be responsible for responding to general programmatic Early Intervention Program questions received by email or phone from municipal staff, providers, parents, and other stakeholders relating to program policies, State and federal law and regulations. The EIS1 will be responsible to revise and develop new EIP guidance, based on changes to federal and State regulations and to provide program support to several training contractors to assist with training EI stakeholders, including parents. The incumbent would also participate in developing, updating, producing, and disseminating early intervention guidance materials such as brochures, forms, guidance documents, resource materials, and policies.
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Notes on ApplyingSubmit cover letter and resume, preferably in PDF format, to Human Resources Management Group, JB/24661/EIS1 Room 2217, Corning Tower Building, Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York 12237-0012, or by fax to (518) 473-3395, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with Reference Code JB/24661/EIS1 in the subject line. Failure to include the required information in the subject line of your email or fax may result in your resume not being considered for this position. Resumes accepted until 5/19/2021. transfer candidates will be asked to provide SSN to verify title transfer eligibility, provisional candidates must have been registered to take exam 26-733 in March 2020.