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Service Coordinator II

Employer: Family Service of Rhode Island
134 Thurbers Avenue
Providence, RI 02904
Contact: Jillian Sam
Phone: 4013311350

Email: samji@familyserviceri.org

Job Description

FSRI is always looking for candidates that want to make a positive impact on the community we serve in!

About Us:
Family Service of Rhode Island (FSRI) is a comprehensive non-profit social service organization that manages, through thoughtful coordination and a shared vision, programs across Rhode Island, providing essential resources for underserved individuals, families and communities. We are proud to state that our employees are chosen for their skills and unique abilities relating to client care. Consider being a part of the BEST and BRIGHTEST team.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The Service Coordinator II consists of a dual role. Primarily, the SCII is the point person for families to ensure that they are receiving EI services and supports as outlined in the Rhode Island Early Intervention Certification Standards. Secondly, the SCII will provide individual support to families in accordance with their individual discipline/expertise.


Understands, follows, and complies with Federal, State, and agency Regulations pertaining to the RI EI system as well as policy and procedures regarding health, safety, and well-being.
Establishes and maintains an effective working partnership and consistent open communication with each family, EI team member, as well as medical and community partners.
Gathers and organizes information from multiple sources while utilizing a variety of assessment/evaluations tools and procedures to evaluate, analyze, interpret, and report on a childs functional skills, family resources, concerns, and priorities to guide the IFSP process, program planning, additional evaluations, and access to other community resources.
Actively includes the family and other team members to develop IFSP outcomes that are family-owned, functional, measurable, within daily routines, and integrated across developmental domains that clearly outline family supports, individualized strategies, and relevant services that work toward outcome achievement in a variety of settings.
Incorporates information and strategies from multiple disciplines to provide evidence-based interventions by coaching caregivers with strategies for implementation into daily routines, every day activities, and natural environments.
Conducts ongoing assessments to monitor each childs development and functional skills, progress toward IFSP outcomes, and to determine the effectiveness of individual program planning.
Identifies and helps families to access resources that support IFSP outcomes, transition planning, and enhances natural learning opportunities.
Initiates and facilitates a timely transition for all children exiting EI according to the RI EI Certification standards.
Provides expertise within discipline to support other service coordinators implementation of IFSP plans.
Uses interpersonal skills effectively and contributes professional knowledge within the EI team.
Exhibits professional work habits and shows commitment to ongoing professional growth.
Participates in community outreach initiatives, quality improvement activities, and other initiatives as required or requested by the EI management staff.
Completes all EI and FSRI required documentation and ensures that each record is maintained and updated as needed.
Participation in regular reflective supervision that will include an annual employee performance review process that outlines and periodically reviews professional progress and an individualized professional development plan.
Other duties as assigned or requested by EI management staff.


Degree, certification, and/or RI license that meets the requirements of a qualified professional consistent with the RI Early Intervention Personnel Standards.
Registered Nurse: RN license through the RI Department of Health
Educator: Bachelors Degree with an early childhood related teaching certification through RIDE OR a Masters degree in an early childhood related field OR a Rhode Island Early Intervention Certificate from EOHHS.
Social Worker: RI License (LMFT, LMHC, LCSW, LICSW)
Minimum of one year experience working with infants and toddlers in natural environments.
Current RI drivers license.
Current auto insurance.
Current Infant/Child/Adult CPR/First Aid Certification

As needed to maintain individual certification or licensure and meet RI EI Certification Standards.
Completion of Introduction to Early Intervention course.
Maintain CPR/First Aid


Physically able to perform duties including lifting up to 20lbs.
Required to provide own transportation.

We offer our employees a comprehensive benefits package that includes health, dental and work life benefits. Only together can we continue to grow and make a difference in our communities. Join our team today!

Family Service of Rhode Island provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.


Salary Levels

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Positions Available

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Application Period

Friday, July 15, 2022 through Friday, October 07, 2022

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