Interested applicants can complete the application form below. You may also send your cover letter and resume to Stephanie Boynton, [email protected] and (207) 626-3497 Ext: 149.
Current openings at Children’s Center are:
Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) – Augusta
This individual is responsible for the following: fostering and monitoring the progress of young children in inclusive and/or specialized settings; modifying and adapting the curriculum planning and implementing programs for children with diagnosed disabilities, developmental delays, or who are at risk for developing disabling conditions; and working cooperatively as a member of an integrated team.
This person must be reliable, conscientious and interested in working with preschool children in a supportive way as well as an effective team member with good oral and written communication skills. Training or experience in the provision of services to children with special needs preferred.
The applicant must have a high school diploma and be eligible for Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) certificate to apply for the position. Must complete the BHP training during first thirty days of employment.
Behavioral Health Professional (BHP)/Educational Technician III – Augusta, Farmington & Skowhegan Sites
This individual must meet the description and requirements above, plus:
This person must have 90 documented college credit hours or Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) and/or a bachelor’s degree in a related field. This position is comparable to certification as an Education Technician III as defined by State of Maine’s Department of Education.
The applicant must have required credits and eligible for certifications to apply for the position. Must be finger-printed and hold an Ed Tech certification prior to employment. Must complete the Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) training during first thirty days of employment.
The Children’s Center, an early intervention and family support program for children with special needs ages birth through 5 years, is seeking a Children’s Targeted Case Manager out of their Farmington office. Targeted Case Managers provide services for children ages birth through 20.
A Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field is required; must have LSW or be eligible to apply for conditional social work license through the State of Maine.
Required skills include excellent communication skills, ability to establish rapport, complete assessments, develop and evaluate plans, and accurately document interactions using a family strength-based approach.
The preferred candidate must be able to work independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
Travel required; a reliable vehicle, valid insurance and valid driver’s license are a must.
Knowledge of Early Intervention and experience with children with special needs preferred.
1 to 2 years experience providing case management or in-home services to families preferred.
The Children’s Center offers paid time off, company-paid health insurance for employees, dental insurance, short- and long-term disability, life insurance, reimbursement for work-related travel, paid holidays, and continuing education funds for full-time staff.