Early Intervention – Home-Based – Instructor


Bachelor’s Degree required; Must be able to lift, carry, push/pull fifty pounds with frequent lifting and/or carrying of up to twenty-five pounds; must be able to lift physically disabled and non-ambulatory individuals; must hold valid Ohio Driver’ License-Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles; must meet and maintain Board/Ohio School Plan insurability standards for driving


$25.66 per hour to $30.70 per hour

*A higher rate of pay could be achieved with substantial related experience and/or education

*Internal candidate’s please contact Human Resources with questions related to compensation


Early Intervention Specialist Certification – Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities; Early Childhood Intervention Specialist License – Ohio Department of Education


Supervises and instructs infant and toddler age children in order to provide basic skill development in the following areas: language and communication, self-help, fine and gross motor, social, emotional, cognitive and sensory. Provides home visits to meet the needs of children and families

Works cooperatively with a variety of professionals to include, community agencies, specialists, supervisors and families to support transdisciplinary teaming.

Prepares and maintains written records and reports as required on, but not limited to, student attendance, assessments, program objectives and progress data for regular evaluations.  Collaborates with Help Me Grow (HMG) and Local School Districts to produce an IEP or IFSP for assigned student.

Participates as a member of the interdisciplinary/transdisciplinary team working with families and other professional staff in assessing, implementing, evaluating for assigned students.

Provides consultation services with parents, guardians, care givers, community agencies and/or significant others to ensure accomplishment of plan objectives and outcomes.

Performs student assessments, assesses developmental levels of students by formal and information methods in order to obtain evaluative data; observes and confers with parents and significant others in order to collect and share information relative to the assessment process and to develop the Transdisciplinary Report/Action Plan.

Participates in and/or provides staff training programs, reads professional literature and attends seminars, workshops or academic classes to enhance professional knowledge and skills.

Plans, develops and implements written, daily lessons for classroom for assigned students in order to meet the objectives and outcomes; plans, reviews and selects instructional materials for use in the assigned classroom.

Attends and participates in staff meetings to obtain and provide information

Performs other related duties as assigned.

This position contributes to the State Teachers Retirement System (STRS)


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