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Service Coordinator - Infant Toddler Program

The Infant Toddler Team in the Boise office is currently recruiting a full time Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist. This position will have the option to hybrid telework.

This position includes working within a multidisciplinary team. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist will provide case management services for children ages birth to three years old. Responsibilities include intake, assessment, eligibility determination, development of Individualized Family Service Plans, resource development, collaboration with community partners, and ongoing service monitoring for children and families involved with Infant Toddler Program.

General Information:

The Infant Toddler PSR position requires a bachelor's degree in social work, behavioral science, education, or healthcare from a nationally accredited university or college.
The Infant Toddler PSR position must be able to work autonomously and within teams while gaining extensive knowledge of Infant Toddler practice, community resources, and child development.
The Infant Toddler PSR position must display reliability, excellent communication skills, attention to detail, a high level of professionalism, and the ability to successfully coordinate and complete multiple tasks.
Routine travel will be required throughout Ada, Valley, Boise, Elmore, Gem, Adams, Payette, Washington and Canyon counties.

Benefit Information:

Our generous benefits package increases the total compensation of a full-time (benefits eligible) Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist making $23.31/hour to an estimated $33.93/hour.

Our competitive benefits package offered to eligible employees includes:

excellent medical, dental and vision insurance-employee only coverage for PPO $65/month for medical and vision & $11.00/month for dental
generous vacation and sick leave accrual beginning as soon as you start
11 paid holidays a year
paid parental leave
participation in PERSI - one of the Nation's best state retirement systems (the state currently contributes 11.94% of gross wages to an employee’s PERSI account)
multiple savings plans, optional 401K, and optional 457
basic life insurance for employee and family
employee covered at one times annual salary
spouse covered at $10,000
child covered at $5,000
wellness programs
ongoing training opportunities
an opportunity for student loan forgiveness
and more!
This announcement will be used to fill the current full time vacancy in Boise only. If you have previously applied for Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist and wish to be considered for the current vacancy, you must reapply under this announcement. Previous scores will not be used.
The Idaho Department of Health & Welfare is a drug-free workplace. Any applicant offered employment in this position at the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, will be required to pass a pre-employment drug test. All applicants will be required to pass a criminal background investigation after a conditional offer of employment.

Example of Duties

Provision of case management services for children experiencing developmental delays, or those who have medical or other conditions that may lead to a developmental delay
Complete assessments and formulate treatment recommendations
Consult with parents and treatment providers on best practice interventions
Meet with families routinely to evaluate progress on outcomes, review priorities, and identify service needs & options
Provide information to parents and primary caregivers on services available throughout the Department and the community
Provide cursory education to the family
Monitor case plans and authorize services
Develop and maintain a good knowledge of community resources

Minimum Qualifications

You must possess all the minimum qualifications listed below to pass the exam for this position. Click on the Questions tab associated with this announcement for the details regarding minimum qualification requirements. The Supplemental Questions on the application are the exam questions. Please make sure your resume or work history supports your answers. Failure to do this may result in not passing the exam and disqualify you from being considered for this position.

Good knowledge of human services principles and practices to include behavioral management methods, social and family systems, cognitive behavioral education, and case management methods. This requires a bachelor's degree in social work, behavioral science, education, or healthcare from a nationally accredited university or college.
Computer literacy for data entry, electronic mail, composing reports and letters, and storing and retrieving documents.
Possess a valid driver's license.

Supplemental Information


Below are additional qualifications. They are not required, however, having the minimum qualifications and the education and/or experience below will increase your score. Please answer each item below with enough detail to determine you meet each requirement to receive extra credit.

Good knowledge of Infant Toddler Program, early childhood development, children's developmental disabilities, early childhood medical conditions, and family centered services. Requires at least two upper division courses in special education, elementary education, early childhood education, or closely related field OR at least one-year experience working in a program that delivered early intervention services to infants and toddlers with disabilities.
Completion of specialized training in developmental disabilities OR experience treating the developmentally disabled. Requires one year of experience that should include working as part of a multidisciplinary team, working with people with developmental disabilities, developing, implementing and evaluating individual treatment plans OR completion of specialized training in developmental disabilities.
Experience performing case management review and analysis. Requires one-year work experience in case management, case plan development and monitoring, and assessing client strengths and weaknesses.
Ability to speak, read and write in Spanish.
To be considered you must apply online at the link below. To learn more about this position and to apply by 06/28/22 , copy and paste this link into your browser (Chrome works best):


Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact the Division of Human Resources at (208) 334-2263.

Preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations.