The maximum salary that can be paid for this position will be $54,592
The Early Intervention Program serves children from birth through age three with developmental disabilities or established health conditions across North Carolina. Provide planning and evaluation activities regarding state and federal policies for the Early Intervention Program, including a primary focus on databases and service systems (Health Information System, Open Windows). Work closely with Early Intervention Branch Management staff, with Children’s Developmental Services Agency (CDSA) staff, and with other intra- and inter-agency partners in all of the position’s responsibilities. Use evidence-based implementation practices, install planning/evaluation frameworks that support and sustain the early intervention service delivery system, including appropriate management concepts, theories, and applications of same.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies:
Database, statistical software, spreadsheet and basic word processing computer skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proven ability to plan and evaluate local, regional, and/or statewide service system delivery components. Proven ability to understand, interpret, implement, and evaluate federal and/or state policies. Monitoring and improvement activity implementation experience. Management prefers: Experience with, or as partner to, Early Intervention Program. Clinical certification and/or discipline license.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
Planner) a master's degree in public or human service administration or a human services programmatic field, preferably with course work in human services planning, and two years of human service experience, one of which must have been in human service program planning; or graduation from a four-year college or university and four years of progressive administrative or consultative experience in a human service program, one of which must have been in human service program planning; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. (Evaluator) a master's degree in the field of psychology, sociology, or social work and two years of experience in research and evaluation, using statistical methodologies in human service programs; or graduation from a four-year college or university with a degree in one of the above fields of study and four years of experience in research, evaluation, and statistical application in the human service field; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
North Carolina Office of State Human Resources
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