June 28, 2015

Careers at FSM

Psychotherapist/Trauma Specialist Position

Family Service Madison, Inc. seeks a full or part-time psychotherapist/trauma specialist to join the Community Services outpatient program. Responsibilities include providing a continuum of mental health services to a diverse consumer population including children, adolescents and adults with a history of trauma in group and individual therapy. This position requires a strong foundation in trauma informed care of children and adolescents.

Qualifications:  Clinical licensure; LPC, LCSW, LMFT required. A specialty in trauma informed service delivery, preferably trained in CPP, TF-CBT or related model.

Bilingual in English/Spanish a plus.

Eligible candidate must pass a Wisconsin caregiver background check and criminal history screening. Hours: 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday. Flexible schedule with some evening hours.

Wage:  Based on experience. Benefit package available. Sick time, vacation time, and paid holidays.

Deadline:  Until position is filled.

To apply, send your completed application (form below) and a resume to Julie.
• By Email to Julie:  juliet@fsmad.org

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Speech Language Pathologist Position

A Speech Language Pathologist position is available at Family Service Madison Bridges for Families Birth to 3 Program.

The Speech Language Pathologist works as a team member to promote and enhance the development of infants and toddlers with developmental delays, diagnosed medical conditions and disabilities within their daily routines and activities, respecting each family’s culture and in accordance with the outcomes developed with families on each Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP).

The following duties are typical for this position and are not all inclusive:

  • Perform evaluations of infants and toddlers who may be eligible for services.
  • Work directly with families and early intervention team members in achieving the outcomes of the IFSP through implementing, monitoring and reviewing the strategies of the child's IFSP.
  • Work directly with Birth to 3 service coordinators and providers, as well as other county and community programs.
  • Communicate professionally both verbally and in writing.
  • Be available and responsive to families and team members by maintaining flexibility, confidentiality and punctuality.
  • Adhere to Birth to 3 Program timelines and work expectations.
  • Use independent judgment, timeliness and discretion in setting daily priorities to complete tasks and demonstrate sensitivity to cultural, social, economic, individual, and family differences.

Qualifications:
1.  Valid license to practice as a speech language pathologist in Wisconsin (or eligible)
2. 
Reliable vehicle and valid driver's license
3. 
Computer literacy
4. 
Eligible candidates must pass a Wisconsin caregiver background check and criminal history screening.

Experience:

  • A Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology with license to practice or eligibility to practice in Wisconsin
  • Prefer certificate of clinical competence (CCC) completion
  • Experience or interest in working in early intervention, in natural environments, and teaming with families and other service providers.

Desirable Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge and understanding of infants and toddlers who have delays and/or disabilities, of child development and of family structure/dynamics. Knowledge of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Part C and Wisconsin's Birth to 3 Program (DHS 90). Knowledge of the nature and effects of developmental disabilities and of appropriate services for the care, treatment and support of children with disabilities and their families. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with community agencies and a wide range of personnel. Excellent personal, oral and written communication skills. Ability to work as part of a dynamic team and participate in networking and collaboration
.

Eligible candidates must pass a Wisconsin caregiver background check and criminal history screening.

Hours:  Full-time, 32 hours. Would consider part-time, 20 hours or less

To apply, send your completed application (form below) and a resume to Julie.
• By Email to Julie:  juliet@fsmad.org

Early Childhood Special Educator - Full-Time (32 hours)

An Early Childhood Special Educator position is available at Family Service Madison Bridges for Families Birth to 3 Program.

A Bachelor's degree from a college or university in Special Education/Early Childhood/Child Development in programs serving children who have disabilities and/or delays.

Must hold a Department of Public Instruction License as an early childhood teacher in special education (808 or 809 License).

The following duties are typical for this position and are not all inclusive: the Early Childhood Special Educator works as a team member to promote and enhance the development of infants and toddlers with developmental delays, diagnosed medical conditions and disabilities within their daily routines and activities, respecting each family’s culture and in accordance with the outcomes developed with families on each Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP).

  • Perform evaluations of infants and toddlers who may be eligible for services.
  • Work directly with families and early intervention team members in achieving the outcomes of the IFSP through implementing, monitoring and reviewing the strategies of the child's IFSP.
  • Work directly with Birth to 3 service coordinators and providers, as well as other county and community programs.
  • Communicate professionally both verbally and in writing.
  • Be available and responsive to families and team members by maintaining flexibility, confidentiality and punctuality.
  • Adhere to Birth to 3 Program timelines and work expectations.
  • Use independent judgment, timeliness and discretion in setting daily priorities to complete tasks and demonstrate sensitivity to cultural, social, economic, individual and family differences.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1.  Valid license to practice as an early childhood special educator in the state of Wisconsin, CH. 115, Wisconsin Statutes and Chapter (808 or 809).
  2.  Reliable vehicle and valid driver's license
  3.  Computer literacy

Eligible candidates must pass a Wisconsin caregiver background check and criminal history screening.

Hours:  Full-time, 32 hours. Would consider part-time, 20 hours or less

Desirable Knowledge and Abilities:  Knowledge and understanding of infants and toddlers who have delays and/or disabilities, of child development and of family structure/dynamics. Knowledge of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Part C and Wisconsin's Birth to 3 Program (DHS 90). Knowledge of the nature and effects of developmental disabilities and of appropriate services for the care, treatment and support of children with disabilities and their families. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with community agencies and a wide range of personnel. Excellent personal, oral and written communication skills. Ability to work as part of a dynamic team and participate in networking and collaboration.

To apply, send your completed application (form below) and a resume to Julie.
• By email:  juliet@fsmad.org

FSM Application Form

Family Service Madison provides equal opportunity in employment for all qualified persons and prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability unrelated to job requirements, genetic information, military service, or other protected status. All personnel actions, including but not limited to those relating to compensation, benefits, transfers, layoffs, return from layoffs, training, education, and tuition assistance are based on the principle of equal employment opportunity.

 

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