Early Development Network Services Coordinator (Norfolk, NE Location)

Northeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership has an immediate opening for an EARLY DEVELOPMENT NETWORK SERVICES COORDINATOR for their Health Services Program in Norfolk, NE. Work 40 hours per week M-F. Hourly wage plus benefits. The program services children Birth to 3 years who may be experiencing developmental delays or serious health/medical issues that affects their health and development. The Services Coordinator is responsible for identification, referral and coordination of services and will serve as the single point of contact in helping parents gain needed services and assistance. Bilingual skills a plus. For Job application, job description, education requirements, wage and benefit information visit www.nencap.org or contact HR at 1-800-445-2505 or 402-385-6300. No resumes accepted. To apply, submit a completed Agency application with education credential or transcripts to Northeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership, PO Box 667, Pender, NE 68047-0667. Position open until filled.


Non-Profit Agency 

JOB SUMMARY: The EDN Services Coordinator is responsible for identification, referral, and coordination of services for young children and families managing a disability. The Services Coordinator will serve as the single point of contact in helping parents gain needed services and assistance. Work with families to develop strengths and advocacy skills needed to support the child with the disability. Conduct home visits with the family to review intake information, establish rapport and secure information releases to facilitate transfer of necessary information to other agencies. Advocate for the family to ensure family priorities remain the driving force behind the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). Serve as a liaison between the family and service providers relative to the needs of the IFSP and other agencies. Coordinate and chair the IFSP team meetings and collaborate and problem solve around changing needs by modification of the IFSP. Maintain confidentiality of all participant information and comply with NENCAP confidentiality policy.  

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: High School or GED required. 2 plus years of experience in health and/or human services field or 24 semester hours of post high school education in behavioral sciences, social sciences, or closely related field or any combination of education and experience that equates to two years of human services, behavior sciences, social science, or closely related field. Must have experience working with families of children with special needs, young children, infants, and toddlers. 

WAGE & BENEFITS: The wage is $20 per hour plus benefits. Benefits include health, life, dental and vision insurance.  Paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave, EAP, 401K Retirement.