Join the Arizona Cooperative Therapies family!
Arizona Cooperative Therapies (ACT) is a leading Early Intervention agency and is excited to announce we are expanding! We are adding additional programs (Family Connections and Nurturing Parenting Program) through a contract with the Department of Child Safety (DCS). We currently work with over 1,000 infants, toddlers, and families in East and West Maricopa and Pinal Counties, providing critical Early Intervention and related services through our Early Intervention contract with the Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP).
We are currently seeking an experienced and resourceful leader to oversee our dynamic ACT Early Intervention Program located in the Phoenix metropolitan area. This position is an integral part of ACT leadership team. Our ACT Team-Based Early Intervention (TBEI) program has over 50 staff of multiple disciplines that provide EI services to over 1,000 children each year. Children receive home visits as well as group services in the community. This is a full-time, 40 hours exempt position and reports to the ACT Board of Directors. This position has direct oversight of 2 support staff. Early Intervention Program Manager: Preferred Educational background: BA ECE, M.Ed, Experience in management, quality assurance, community relationships.
FCP Supervisor will be responsible for oversite of FCP Home Visitor staff with in-home supervisory visits and will provide staff training and coaching for skill development, administrative oversite, and management of the Family Connections Program.
Connects families in need with local community resources such as shelters, drug and substance abuse counseling, domestic violence training, and community supports. Establish relationships with community referral sources and assist in building a database of community resources to support qualifying client families.
The supervisor will be responsible for oversite of the NPP Home Visitor staff with in-home supervisory visits and will provide staff training and coaching for skill development, administrative oversite, and management of the Nurturing Parenting Program.
Provide support and case management functions to address needs and concerns as outlined in referral and service plan; incorporate family’s voice, preferences and needs
We need the best and the brightest. Our ideal candidate is a career professional with a desire to be part of the continued success of our organization by supporting our program expansion. Outstanding organizational, operational, and technology skills are necessary as well as the ability to communicate and manage the flow of information between clients, staff, and the ACT Management Team. Professional service firm, behavioral health, or healthcare experience is a plus. Flexible - work in our central valley office and remote work from home.