The Parent Educator (PE) participates as a member of the child’s interdisciplinary team by planning and implementing parent/caregiver training activities including developmental and health screenings, outcome assessments, in-home education, case management, parent meetings and acts as a community outreach liaison. The PE completes comprehensive assessments and develops Individual Support Plans based on the family’s needs, preferences and abilities. The PE facilities and supports the development and maintenance of family support networks and provides case management activities such as evaluating family needs and linking families to community resources to assist with the identified needs. The PE serves as an educational resource to families and the community, participates in implementing disaster preparedness, establishes and maintains cooperative relationships with School Board and community-based agencies, and engages in outreach activities.
Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Special Education, Early Childhood or Counseling.
Minimum of three years related experience providing and monitoring supports provided to infants and toddlers with special needs and their families.
Must complete all required Parents as Educators training sessions and obtain certification through the National Parents as Educators Organization.
Must have valid Florida driver’s license, with an acceptable driving record.
Must pass criminal background check.
Must pass physical and drug test.
Must be able to complete 5 days of new hire orientation class.
$35,000.00 Per Year
Tuesday-Saturday, forty hours a week.