Join Our Team

We offer a fun, fast-pace, and professional environment filled with people who work hard to bring our mission to life. Our organization recognizes that each employee makes a significant contribution to our success and therefore Any Baby Can offers competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits in order to recruit the right people, including agency-paid health, dental and vision insurance, paid vacation, personal time off, many holidays (including a winter break), an Employee Assistance Program, retirement and Flexible Spending Accounts.

Any Baby Can is also an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please email Jobs@anybabycan.org with questions.

Licensed Clinical Therapist

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

To provide home-based counseling to children and families enrolled in Any Baby Can’s core home-based programs and select community partners with the No Esta Solo (NES) behavioral health program at Any Baby Can. This position also provides consultation to members of agency interdisciplinary teams regarding mental health issues for families with children.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Clinical Counseling

  • Participate in clinical supervision with the Any Baby Can board certified clinical supervisor if applicable. Clinical supervision will be required for those not clinically licensed (i.e. LMSW, LCP-I).
  • Provide counseling for adults, children, adolescents and/or families in the home, the office, and/or other sites as needed in concert with developing and maintaining good rapport with the clients and their families.
  • Develop a diagnosis for each client and coordinate short-term goals in collaboration with the clients and/or families.
  • Coordinate counseling services and provide a minimum of 15 hours of face to face direct counseling per week.
  • Create curriculum, facilitate, and lead counseling support groups with a variety of topics as needed.
  • Give input/recommendations as requested for referrals and assignment of new counseling clients, as well as providing input/recommendations for the revision of policies/procedures pertaining to counseling services for all of ABC’s programs.
  • Provide translation, both verbal and written, for clients and program staff, as needed.
  • Participate in program and agency meetings, including regular supervision sessions with the NES Supervisor.

Collaboration and Paperwork

  • Consult and collaborate with ABC’s social workers, case managers, and educators regarding referred clients and mental health issues related to clients & families.
  • Perform Quality Assurance process for counseling records and service delivery.
  • Complete all clerical work in a timely manner including: counseling intake, assessment, treatment plans, billing requirements, and progress notes (input within 48 hours) utilizing agency database. Record outcomes at case closure and provide clients the opportunity to report their personal experience with counseling. Provide copies of clerical work as requested, to NES Supervisor for review
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling, with most supervision hours complete, and a minimum of 2 years professional experience required; LCSW or LPC preferred.
  • Texas License in Social Work and/or Counseling, required.
  • Language skills in English and Spanish, both written and verbal modalities, preferred.
  • Experience in working with low-income and culturally diverse families with multiple needs.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently, as well as actively participate as a collaborative team member.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to establish rapport quickly with client’s and families.
  • Proven ability to maintain detailed and accurate program records and meet deadlines.
  • Flexible, able to work well under pressure and handle crisis situations.
  • Must have good driving record, valid Texas driver’s license, and current auto insurance.
  • Must have current CPR/First Aid Certification or obtain within 30 days

Family Support Services Case Manager

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The FSS Case Manager will utilize a range of case management and financial assistance resources to provide comprehensive service coordination spanning from rent/mortgage and utility assistance, transportation, medical equipment assistance, and homelessness prevention strategies.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Provide comprehensive case management services to individuals and families in four main areas: income, housing, medical, and self-sufficiency.
  • Screen potential participants, assess and document needs.
  • Ensure program eligibility is met and proper documentation is collected.
  • Maintain an average caseload of 30.
  • Regularly assess clients’ needs and provide appropriate case management to address those needs linking clients to internal and external resources.
  • Conduct stability assessments as specified by funding source.
  • Collaborate with Housing Locators to facilitate housing location for clients.
  • Collaborate with colleagues to determine best integration of activities and resources within the agency and community.
  • Attend program collaboration meetings and training sessions as appropriate
  • Manage case data through the Homeless Management Information System and agency internal database.
  • Maintain accurate and timely data and ensure it meets program quality requirements.
  • Maintain client hard files to include; eligibility/enrollment paperwork, case notes, individual service plan, financial assistance, assessments and other file check list requirements.
  • Engage in appropriate teamwork functions in order to provide a professional work environment and effective service delivery.

Perform other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent case management experience
  • At least 2 years of social service case management experience.
  • Bilingual skills, in English and Spanish required
  • Computer literacy in Microsoft Word, Excel and database systems
  • Good communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Exercise good judgment and communication with all levels of an organization
  • Work well independently, and as part of a team
  • Possess valid Texas driver’s license, insurance, and maintain good driving record

Bilingual Social Worker

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Social Worker provides medical case coordination and supportive services to families of children in two Any Baby Can medical case management programs, serving children with cancer or a spectrum of chronic medical needs. Support services include referrals, development of individual service plans, and crisis intervention with the goal of identifying service needs and implementing plans to meet those needs.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Provide medical case management in the home, office, and other sites as needed in concert with developing and maintaining good rapport with clients and their families on caseload.
  • Complete a Family Needs Assessment and develop an Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP), in collaboration with the family.
  • Complete intakes of new clients and along with other cases, present at team meetings for the purpose of further assessing the needs of each family and developing strategies.
  • Complete case documentation within program and agency timelines.
  • Facilitate referrals with community resources through advocacy and coordination, and collaborate with other agencies to enhance service provision and referrals.
  • Assist agency with community outreach.
  • This position requires periodic availability outside the normal working hours to attend and facilitate program-related events, groups and fundraisers.
  • Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Licensed Social Worker in the state of Texas required. Master’s degree strongly preferred.
  • 2 years of experience in the field of serving children with special health care needs, preferred.
  • Fluent language skills in English and Spanish, both verbal and written modalities, required.
  • Experience working with low-income and culturally diverse families, preferred.
  • Home visitation experience, preferred.
  • Familiarity working with children and families in medical settings, and ability to handle crisis situations.
  • Flexible, able to work well under pressure, and ability to work independently, as well as an active and collaborative team member.
  • Proficiency with MS Office, including Word, Excel, and Outlook. Familiarity with database applications.
  • Must have good driving record, valid Texas Driver’s license, and current auto insurance.

Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist (Contract Position)

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

To provide evaluation, consultation, and direct services of Speech Therapy, in the areas of infant and child speech and language development. This position participates as a member of a multidisciplinary team in providing comprehensive services to clients in their natural environment. This is a contract position and will be compensated up to $65 per visit.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Speech and Language Therapy

  • Provide initial evaluation of clients’ speech and language, including oral-motor and feeding, as needed, and determine level of functioning.
  • Complete assessments and develop Individualized Family Service Plans for clients in collaboration with the client’s family.
  • Participate in meetings with clients and families to promote the acquisition of speech and language skills.
  • Incorporate family’s involvement in order to integrate speech and language skills in all aspects of the clients’ routines.
  • Recommend educational material and activities to assist parents in implementing appropriate speech and language therapy techniques into their daily routine.
  • Maintain up-to-date with current research and statistics in the field of speech and language therapy.

Collaboration and Paperwork

  • Collaborate with other professionals and community resources to enhance provision of speech and language services.
  • Provide clients and their families with adaptive equipment and refer clients to other medical services such as audiologists, ENT physicians, neurologists, as necessary.
  • Document all services provided to clients, according to program requirements, including Medicaid and third party insurance.
  • Complete written reports and progress notes within program guidelines.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology.
  • License (Texas) in Speech Pathology and a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP) from the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (ASHA), required
  • Language skills in English and Spanish, preferred not required
  • Solid experience working with children and families and persons of different cultures
  • Firm knowledge of the physical and psychological development of children
  • Demonstrated organizational and communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as with a team
  • Flexible, able to work well under pressure and handle crisis situations
  • Must have reliable transportation, valid Texas Drivers License and current auto insurance

 

Pediatric Occupational Therapist (Contract Position)

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

To provide evaluation, consultation, and direct services of Occupational Therapy, in the areas of infant and child motor development; Feeding intervention to infants, and toddlers.  This position participates as a member of a multidisciplinary team in providing comprehensive services to clients in their natural environment. This is a contract position and will be compensated up to $65 per visit.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Occupational Therapy

  • Provide initial evaluation of clients’ fine motor, including oral-motor and feeding, as needed and determine level of functioning.
  • Complete assessment and develop Individualized Family Service Plans for clients, in collaboration with the client’s family.
  • Incorporate family’s involvement in order to integrate fine motor skills in all aspects of the clients’ routines.
  • Recommend educational material and activities to assist parents in implementing appropriate fine motor therapy techniques.
  • Maintain up-to-date with current research and statistics in the field of occupational therapy.

Collaboration and Paperwork

  • Collaborate with other professionals and community resources to enhance provision of occupational therapy services.
  • Provide clients and their families with adaptive equipment and refer clients to other medical services such as orthopedists, neurologists and/or other specialists as necessary.
  • Document all services provided to clients, according to program requirements, including Medicaid and third party insurance.
  • Complete written reports and progress notes within program guidelines.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy.
  • License (Texas) in Occupational Therapy
  • Language skills in English and Spanish, preferred not required
  • Solid experience working with children and families and persons of different cultures
  • Firm knowledge of the physical and psychological development of children
  • Demonstrated organizational and communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as with a team
  • Flexible, able to work well under pressure and handle crisis situations
  • Must have reliable transportation, valid Texas Driver’s License and current auto insurance

Early Intervention Specialist (EIS)

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Early Intervention Specialist (EIS) is responsible for the three roles in the ECI program as program approaches capacity.  This position is responsible for referrals, pre-enrollments, comprehensive assessments, and Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSP). This position will provide case management services and specialized skills training services to eligible children. This position participates as a member of a multidisciplinary team in providing comprehensive services to clients in their natural environment.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Evaluator

  • Assist families in gaining access to the rights and procedural safeguards under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Part C.
  • Coordinate appropriate multidisciplinary team according to child’s specific needs.
  • Complete developmental screenings and makes appropriate referrals to obtain services from medical, social, and educational providers to address identified needs.
  • Complete Initial Comprehensive Assessment using the Battelle Developmental Inventory-2 NU for children with developmental concerns and Help Strands for children with medical diagnosis to determine level of functioning and eligibility criteria.
  • Develop Individualized Family Service Plan for qualified cases in collaboration with the client’s family within 45 days of the referral date.
  • Complete Transition Steps Plan and Services for eligible children who are 27 months or older and Transition Conference who are 32 months old.

Case Management

  • Assist eligible child and their family in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, developmental, and other appropriate services.
  • Monitor the delivery and effectiveness of services through monthly contacts with the child, and family members.
  • Coordinate discipline evaluations such as speech, occupational, physical, and behavior as necessary for enrolled children.
  • Coordinate Annual Comprehensive Assessment to children enrolled to determine continuing eligibility criteria.
  • Complete IFSP Reviews for enrolled children and their families.
  • Identify appropriate steps and transition services with family and team members when child turns 27 months old for effectively transition from ECI services to Local Education Agency (LEA) special education services or other community services, which the family would like the child to participate in after exiting ECI services

Specialized Skills Training Services

  • Provide direct services for client designed to create learning environments and activities that promote the child’s acquisition of developmental skills.
  • Incorporate family’s involvement and recommend educational material and activities.
  • Consult cases with Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts (LPHA)
  • Provides first direct service for new enrolled children within 28 days of the date of enrollment.

Collaboration and Paperwork

  • Collaborate with other professionals and community resources to enhance provision of early intervention services.
  • Complete written reports and all necessary paperwork on a daily basis and submit paperwork within 48 hours of completion.
  • Meet agency and program deadlines.
  • Attend Any Baby Can and program meetings and activities as requested.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in adaptive physical education, child development, child life, communication disorders, early childhood, family studies, health, human development, psychology, rehabilitative counseling/rehabilitation services, social work, sociology, special education or any other degree which includes a least 18 hours of college credit directly related to early childhood intervention.
  • Language skills in English and Spanish, preferred not required.
  • Experience working with children and families and persons of different cultures.
  • Knowledge of the physical and psychological development of children.
  • Demonstrated organizational and communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as with a team.
  • Flexible, able to work well under pressure and handle crisis situations.
  • Must have reliable transportation, valid Texas Driver’s License and current auto insurance good driving record.
  • Have prior history of good health and employment attendance.
  • Willing to commit at least two year at Any Baby Can.