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Any Baby Can provides competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits, including agency-paid health and wellness benefits, paid leave for vacation, personal time off, holidays (including a winter break), an Employee Assistance Program, 401K and Flexible Spending Accounts. Any Baby Can is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Job Opportunities at Any Baby Can

 

 

POSITION TITLE: Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The CFO’s primary responsibility is ensuring organizational effectiveness by providing leadership for the organization’s financial functions including; all aspects of budget planning, financial reporting, and agency tax reporting. This position works collectively with the CEO and the Board of Directors to achieve the financial goals of Any Baby Can.  The CFO supervises the Finance Team.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
• Provides overall management to the Finance Team, ensures that ABC’s financial and accounting systems are operating in accordance with GAAP standards; that ABC is financially solvent, and that ABC’s financial systems and controls are adequate to protect the assets and reputation of the organization. Prepares and reports financial information to Board of Directors, Finance committees, and related groups, including cash flow projections and financial statements.
• Directs and guides the development of the annual organization budget by department and by program and provides support and assistance to management.
•  Provides and reviews quarterly reports for program management, assisting staff in understanding and utilizing budgets. Collaborates and assists CEO and Executive Team in the preparation of the annual operating plan and long term strategic plans.
• Establishes and maintains appropriate internal control safeguards. Manages & oversees completion of annual financial audit & non-profit tax return while ensuring compliance with local, state and federal authorities. Responsible for all financial claims and reports, including billing, review, and compliance for Medicaid and private insurance claims/fees for services.
• In collaboration with the Chief Grants Officer maintain grant records to enable monthly and/or quarterly reporting to grantors.
• Monitor elements of grants and contracts and maintain comprehensive files of all paperwork to support billings and other recordkeeping required in the grants and contracts.
• Collaborate with all departments to provide consultative support to planning initiatives through financial information analyses, reports, and recommendations.
• Oversees all information technology (IT) and systems, including internal staff and external vendor relationships.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business, or related field.
•  Seven plus years experience in non-profit fund accounting or budgeting required; CPA strongly preferred. Ideal candidate will have direct experience in accounting for non-profit entities at a supervisory/management level.
• Demonstrated experience in a comprehensive organization with managing multiple programs and funding sources, required; understanding of state grant monitoring, strongly preferred.
• Proficiency in utilizing MS Office Suite, including Word, Excel, and Outlook, and a strong proficiency with accounting software, required; MIP software experience a plus.
• Expertise in developing and maintaining various spreadsheets to conduct analysis and provide reports, required.
• Knowledge of GAAP and OMB Circulars’ principles, along with familiarity with grant compliance requirements, required.
• Experience working with IT and systems highly desirable.
• Excellent communication skills, attention to detail, and ability to work independently, as well as a member of a team, required.
• Experience in leading teams and mentoring staff.
• Strong work ethic and passion for improving the lives of children and families.

 

 

POSITION TITLE:  Bilingual Early Intervention Specialist/Case Manager (EIS/CM)


GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Early Intervention Specialist/Case Manager assists clients and their families gain access to developmental, medical, social, educational, and other services. This position is responsible for ongoing assessments and works with families on their understanding of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The EIS/CM is a resource to families for decision-making and meeting family needs, and serves as the point of contact between family and service providers. This position works under general supervision with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.

ESSENTIAL  FUNCTIONS:
Assessment
• Develop ongoing assessment plans allowing for modification of instruction based on the child’s responses to intervention activities and any experiences/approaches particularly motivating and enjoyable.
• Participate in ongoing assessment and use assessment data to individualize instructional activities responsive to the needs of the child.
• Coordinate discipline evaluations such as nutrition, speech, occupational, physical, and behavior, as necessary.
• Assist with the administration of the Battelle Developmental Inventory and complete an annual comprehensive assessment to determine continuing eligibility.
Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)
• Facilitate the planning and development of periodic IFSP reviews and annuals, and monitor provision of services to ensure timely delivery of services.
• Participate in activities with parents for the purpose of promoting the acquisition of skills in a variety of developmental areas.
• Promote and incorporate parent’s involvement in order to encourage follow-through and integration of the developmental skills on all aspects of the child’s daily routine.
Case Management
• Coordinate services between ABC and other community partners/resources to ensure the needs of all family members are being met and services are not duplicated.
• Provide family-centered services by recognizing and building on family strengths, focusing on their contributions to the services received, and supplying them with information.
• Assist families in understanding and exercising their legal rights and serve as the single point of contact for the family.
• Gather information from other members of the child’s interdisciplinary team, agency and local community resources, and the larger community.
Transition
• Provide an overview of transition concepts and activities to parents when children turn two and explain the LEA notification process.
• Discuss preparation for a change in service delivery, including steps to help the child adjust to, and function in, a new setting, and phases when exiting from the ECI program.
• Identify transition services and other activities the IFSP team determines necessary to support the transition of the child and coordinate Transition Conference.

Collaboration and Paperwork:
• Participate in self, team, and program evaluation activities, including regular supervision sessions and periodically review cases with supervisor or program officer.
• Complete written reports and all necessary paperwork on a daily basis and submit paperwork within 48 hrs of completion.
• Maintain complete and up-to-date case files for all children in the caseload.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s degree in Child Development, Communication Disorders, Elementary Education, Special Education or related Human Behavior Sciences field required. Master’s in the above degrees is generally preferred.
• Must meet requirements for the Qualified Early Intervention Specialist Credential in accordance with established DARS guidelines within one year of hire.
• Knowledge and skills related to achieving successful outcomes for children and families challenged by developmental risk and/or disabilities.
• Three years of prior experience in the field of child development, strongly preferred.
• Fluent language skills in English and Spanish, both verbal and written modalities, required.
• Experience working with low-income and culturally diverse families having multiple needs and limited resources, along with home visitation experience, strongly preferred.
• Flexible, able to work well under pressure, and ability to work independently, as well as an active and collaborative team member.
• Familiarity working with children and families in medical settings, and ability to handle crisis situations.
• Demonstrated communication and organizational skills, along with the ability to plan and conduct activities, maintain accurate records, and meet deadlines.
• Proficiency with MS Office, including Word, Excel, and Outlook, along with a familiarity of database applications.
• Must have good driving record, valid Texas Driver’s license, and current auto insurance.

 

 

POSITION TITLE: Bilingual Occupational Therapist (OT)


GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Bilingual Occupational Therapist (OT) provides motor evaluation, consultation, and direct service to infants, toddlers and the families being served by the Early Childhood Intervention Program at Any Bay Can.  Services are provided in the child’s natural environment.

General descriptors of program that this position must endorse:
• Trans-Disciplinary team approach
• Focus on the whole child
• Direct intervention model with a strong inclusion of family involvement, including service delivery and planning
• Promotion of inclusion/typical childhood environments.
• Routine-Based Interventions embedded with therapeutic strategies

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Participates as member of an interdisciplinary team.
• Relate appropriately to children 0-3.
• Provides initial evaluation in the areas of sensory dysfunction, oral-motor/feeding, weakness, and developmental delay.
• Determine level of developmental functioning.
• Participates in on going assessment and meetings concerning assigned children.
• Facilitates the planning and development of IFSP for assigned children and their families.
• Completes written reports and progress notes on a timely manner.
• Refer children to medical services when necessary, but not limited to including Neurologist, ENT, Orthopedist and/or other specialists.
• Comfortable collaborating and providing services to families from all ethnic backgrounds and socioeconomic groups.

2. Provides Occupational Therapy.
• Participates in face-to-face meetings with assigned children and their parents for the purpose of promoting the acquisition of motor skills.
• Recommend educational material and activities that will assist parents and staff to implement appropriate Occupational Therapy techniques.
• Incorporate parent involvement in order to encourage follow-through.
• Integration of the fine, sensory motor and oral motor skills in all aspects of the children’s daily routine.
• Provide family with adaptive equipment as needed.
• Consults with other professionals regarding meeting the needs of the children.
• Complete progress note at therapy visit and leave a copy with the parent.
3. Other Responsibilities.
• Provide training for other professionals on Occupational Therapy issues.
• Document all services provided to the children according to the requirements of respective funding sources, including Medicaid and Third Party Insurance

4.    Non-child specific activities
• Serve on at least one committee approved by director.
• Be present for monthly ECI staff meetings and Small Group meetings.
• Be present for monthly ABC staff meeting.
• Participate in ABC activities as requested.
• Be accountable for documentation of time and activities on a weekly basis.
• Submit time sheets, mileage or any other agency forms on time.
• Participate in regular supervision sessions with supervisor/ECI director.
• Typical work week is M-F, 8 to 5.  Must be able to work atypical hours on occasion


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

• Degree in Occupational Therapy with a Texas State License in Occupational Therapy.
• Experience working with low-income and culturally diverse families having multiple needs and limited resources, along with home visitation experience.
• Fluent language skills in English and Spanish, both verbal and written modalities.
• Flexible, able to work well under pressure, and ability to work independently, as well as an active and collaborative team member.
• Good organizational and communication skills
• Demonstrate ability to plan and conduct activities, maintain accurate records and meet deadlines
• Ability to work flexible hours
• Must have good driving record, valid Texas Driver’s license, and current auto insurance.

PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS
• Two or more years of experience in pediatric therapy
• Knowledge of health, nutrition and accident prevention
• Crisis intervention skills

 

POSITION TITLE:  Part -Time Family Education Children’s Teacher (10-15hrs/week)

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:  The Family Education Children’s Teacher provides care for children, ages 6 weeks to 11 years, of parents attending Any Baby Can’s literacy or parenting education classes. This position is responsible for the direct supervision of children at all times; assuring their safety, comfort, and opportunities to engage in age-appropriate activities. This position may also provide minimal administrative support, as needed.

**** This position requires availability Mondays through Saturdays
with variable morning, afternoon, and/or evening shifts. ****

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
• Greet parents and children, ensure attendance records are completed upon arrival, and help the children adapt to the childcare setting. 
• Develop preschool center activities and facilitate school age children’s groups using an evidence based curriculum.
• Engage children in age appropriate, stimulating activities that encourage curiosity, exploration, and problem-solving.
• Facilitate successful interaction between children such as taking turns and sharing.
• Guide children in making appropriate book selections and model effective reading and listening techniques.
• Use positive methods of discipline and guidance with children at all times.
• Contact parents, as needed, to tend to their child’s hygienic needs including diaper changes and other restroom necessities.
• Assist with set-up and take-down of the rooms for parent education classes and childcare, including arrangement of tables/chairs, coordination of materials for age-appropriate activities and snack preparation.
• Responsible for childcare area clean-up, take-down, and storage of furniture, equipment, and materials, as well as sanitizing toys.
• Maintain current CPR and First Aid certifications for infants, children, and adults.
• Complete professional development courses/trainings and attend monthly team meetings, as requested.
• Submit all agency and program paperwork within deadlines.
• Other duties as assigned. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• High School graduation or equivalent required, some college hours preferred; plus a minimum of 2 years experience working with children preferably in a childcare setting.
• Fluent language skills in English, both verbal and written modalities; bilingual in Spanish strongly preferred.
• Must be flexible, patient, and creative dealing with young children and demonstrated behavior that is professional, ethical, and responsible.
• Knowledge of and experience working with low-income, diverse and underserved populations and ability to establish rapport quickly with clients.
• Carry out duties in a manner that respects ethnic, cultural and language diversity.
• Able to work both independently and as a member of a collaborative team, work well under pressure, and meet deadlines.
• Skilled in reacting to change productively and handle other essential tasks as assigned.
• Must have good driving record, valid Texas Driver’s license, and current auto insurance.

 


POSITION TITLE:  Part Time Bilingual Therapist (20hrs/week)  

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: To provide bilingual home-based counseling to children and families enrolled in Any Baby Can’s core home-based programs and selected community partners. In addition this position also provides consultation to members of agency interdisciplinary teams regarding mental health issues for families with children. Finally this position requires the knowledge and licensing ability to bill third party insurances. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Clinical Counseling
• 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 8 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 FHP Supervisor.
• Provide Clinical Supervision, if applicable, to master’s level social workers/counselors seeking licensure, as well as, student interns working toward a comparable degree.

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 FHP Supervisor for review.
• Perform other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master’s degree in Social Work/Counseling or related therapeutic field, LCSW/LPC or related license, and a minimum of 2 years professional experience required.
• Texas License in Social Work Counseling or related license, required.
• Knowledge & licensing to bill third party insurances.
• Language skills in English and Spanish, both written and verbal modalities, required.
• 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 3 months.

 

 

POSITION TITLE:  Medical Billing Supervisor

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:  The Medical Billing Supervisor position is responsible for Third Party Billing Management. Under the supervision of the CFO, this position will also be responsible for the Third Party Billing department to ensure billing procedures remain consistent with ECI, Medicaid, and other Third Party Payers’ policies. This position supervises the Billing Assistants (2) and the Billing Administrator.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Third Party Billing Management:
• Maximize reimbursements for Medicaid and private insurance claims.
• Analysis of billing information, including write-off recommendation and collection process and identifying payer Trends and reimbursement/denial patterns.
• Maintain current knowledge of billing requirements
• Manage the aging report and follow-up/collect on unpaid claims and outstanding accounts
• Responsible for processing remittance advices for preparation for billing secondary medical claims.
• Coordinate copies of medical documentation with charges to support billing to third-party payers.
• Review Explanation of Benefits (EOB's) from insurance payers for issues requiring follow up and resolution, such as unpaid claims and denials.
• Follow up with individuals for unpaid Family Cost Share balances.
• Ensure all billed hours by therapists have necessary documentation. Process billable services, including Family Cost Share, in a timely manner within established guidelines.
• Ensure new therapists, counselors and other staff with billable services receive their authorization and billing provider numbers as soon as possible after their hire. Cancel billing provider numbers upon provider’s separation of employment or when billing eligibility ceases.
• Ensure agency and therapists are in-network providers for all applicable third party payers and maintain relationship with all third party payers.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• High-school diploma or equivalent, required, plus 2-4 years relevant experience. Associate’s degree or completion of technical school with emphasis in medical billing, preferred.
• Strong background & experience in managing the overall daily operation of a high volume billing and collections department, including supervision of employees.
• Expertise in developing and maintaining various spreadsheets to conduct analysis and provide reports.
• Excellent communication skills, attention to detail, and ability to work independently, as well as a member of a team.
• Ability to exercise good judgment and complete projects within specific timeframes. This is implied as required
• Excellent CPT/ICD10 coding requirements and guidelines
• Strong knowledge with Insurance/Managed Care Contracts
• Medicaid and/or private insurance billing skills.
• Experience with Medisoft billing software preferred
• Proficiency in utilizing MS Office Suite, including MS Word, Excel, and Outlook, and a strong proficiency with accounting software, required; MIP software experience a plus.

 

 

 

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Interested candidates may apply by sending a resume, cover letter and application to Jobs@anybabycan.org, fax: 512-334-4471 or Mail to: Any Baby Can Attn: Jobs 1121 7th Street Austin, TX 78702. EOE

Internship Opportunities at Any Baby Can

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