Any Baby Can employs more than 100 staff including master’s and bachelor’s level social workers, registered nurses, nutritionists, physical and occupational therapists, speech pathologists, counselors and licensed therapists.
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.
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 Executive Director and the Board of Directors to achieve the financial goals of Any Baby Can. The CFO supervises the Finance Team.
• 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 Executive Director 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.
• Performs other duties as assigned.
• Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business, or related field.
• Five 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.
• Excellent communication skills, attention to detail, and ability to work independently, as well as a member of a team, required.
• Strong work ethic and passion for improving the lives of children and families
*Resumes should be submitted by March 31, 2013 for this position.*
POSITION TITLE: Part-Time Children’s Activities Facilitator
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Children’s Activities Facilitator provides care for children, ages 6 weeks to 11 years, of parents attending Any Baby Can’s parent 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 Tuesday through Friday mornings, with variable afternoon and/or evening shifts. ****
• Greet parents and children, ensure attendance records are completed upon arrival, and help the children adapt to the childcare setting.
• Facilitate 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.
• 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 required.
• 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.
POSITION TITLE: Bilingual Speech Language Pathologist
JOB CLASSIFICATION: Full-Time
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Bilingual Speech Language Pathologist provides evaluation, consultation, and direct service, in the areas of speech and language, to infants and toddlers, along with their families. This position also participates as a member of a trans-disciplinary team in providing comprehensive services to clients in their natural environment.
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 assessment and develop an Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) for each client, in collaboration with the client’s family, within 45 days of initial visit.
• Meet the ECI mandated requirements of delivering at least 75% of planned services in a timely manner, defined as 28 days from IFSP date.
• Participate in meetings with clients and families to promote the acquisition of speech and language skills, and incorporate family’s involvement in order to integrate these skills in all aspects of the clients’ routines.
• Recommend educational material and activities to assist parents in implementing appropriate speech and language therapy techniques.
• Meet ECI program’s transition timelines, including creating a transition plan, planning and conducting a face-to-face meeting, and preparing referrals for continuation of services.
Collaboration and Paperwork
• Collaborate with other professionals and community resources to enhance provision of speech and language services and maintain up-to-date with current research and statistics in the field of speech and language therapy.
• Provide clients and their families with adaptive equipment and refer clients to other medical services such as audiologists, ENT physicians, neurologists, as necessary.
• Train and partner with other members of the ECI team, in order to provide suggestions for developing speech and language therapy for other clients.
• Document all services provided to clients, according to ECI program requirements, including Medicaid and third party insurance eligibility and coverage.
• Complete written reports and progress notes within program guidelines.
• Other duties as assigned.
• Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology, plus a minimum of 2 years professional experience, required.
• License (Texas) in Speech Pathology and a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SP) from the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (ASHA), required.
• Fluent language skills, English and Spanish, both written and verbal modalities, required.
• Experience working with children and families of different cultures and socio-economic levels, having multiple needs, and ability to establish rapport quickly with clients.
• Firm knowledge of the physical and psychological development of children.
• Demonstrated ability to work independently, as well as actively participate as a collaborative team member.
• Proficiency with MS Office, including Outlook, along with a familiarity of client databases.
• Proven ability to maintain detailed and accurate program records, meet deadlines, work well under pressure, and handle crisis situations.
POSITION TITLE: Finance Coordinator II
JOB CLASSIFICATION: Professional, Full-Time
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Finance Coordinator II handles the day to day operations in the Finance department. Under the supervision of the Director of Finance & Medical Billing, the Finance Coordinator II will be directly responsible for all accounting functions consistent with GAAP, OMB Circulars A-122 and A-110, and any other related fund accounting related rules and regulations. This position focuses on budget preparation and management, as related to grant, contract, and/or foundation proposals and compliance.
• Responsible for budget preparations, revisions, forecasting, and adjustments as needed for grant and contract compliance.
• Determine allowable expenses according to grant and contract guidelines and regulations, and monitor spending to ensure funds are fully expended, accurately and appropriately.
• Prepare monthly financial reports, including quarterly reports required by funding sources, including federal, state, and local governmental entities and foundations.
• Ensure accurate and timely revenue billing entries and reports, as required by the various funding sources.
• Monitor day to day cash management and perform monthly cash flow projections.
• Perform reconciliation of various general ledger accounts, bank statements, and other funding source and grant accounts.
• Complete budget preparations for grant and contract proposals, as directed by the CFO, and provide assistance to the CFO, in preparing and managing the agency’s annual budget.
• Review vendor contracts and make recommendations for cost-saving measures by following agency’s protocol and process for procuring services.
• Maintain readiness and preparation for year-end audit coordination, along with various other monitoring and site visits.
• Work closely with other members of Finance team to streamline efficiency for monitoring multiple funding sources and related expenses.
• Other duties as assigned.
• Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field, plus a minimum of 5 years relevant experience, required; years of experience may be considered in lieu of a degree. Experience with non-profit organizations, strongly preferred.
• Proficiency with MS Office, including Word, Excel, and Outlook, plus solid experience with accounting software, required; MIP software experience, preferred.
• Knowledge of GAAP and OMB Circulars’ rules, along with familiarity of grant and contract compliance requirements.
• Expertise in developing and maintaining various spreadsheets, along with other reporting mechanisms, to conduct analysis and provide reports.
• Ability to exercise good judgment, meet deadlines, manage time and resources, and handle and preserve confidential, sensitive information.
• Capable of working both independently and as a member of a collaborative team, as well as communicating with individuals at all levels of the agency.
• Proven communication skills and ability to multi-task, with an emphasis in prioritizing responsibilities.
• Demonstrated pro-active, problem solving skills and ability to work well under pressure.
POSITION TITLE: Early Childhood Intervention Program Coordinator
JOB CLASSIFICATION: Full Time
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: One of the primary responsibilities of the Program Coordinator is to conduct Outreach/Child find activities. The position is responsible for developing and implementing the Public Awareness Plan in compliance with the Department of Rehabilitative Services/ Early Childhood Intervention Services and to raise awareness of the value and uniqueness of ECI services and resources to obtain more quality referrals.
Other responsibilities include supporting the program in the day and day operation by assisting the Director of Quality Assurance and the Director of Services in specific duties as assigned to them.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provide ongoing information and written materials to the community: Medical community, Child care providers, Human services agencies, Schools, WIC, Churches, and other referral sources in the community.
• Collaborate with multiple interagency departments and programs in addition to other ECI programs in the area.
• Collaborate with Any Baby Can Chief Communication Officer.
• Collaborate with other Any Baby Can Programs.
• Attend community fairs as needed.
• Promote Child Find Activities and encourage staff involvement and support, in an effort to increase referrals in underserved areas.
• Communicate with DARS/ECI about child find requirements.
• Complete the Public Outreach Plan as required by DARS/ECI.
• Have a system in place to check progress in the Public Outreach Plan.
• Assist the Director of QA in helping the staff develop the annual Individualized Professional Development Plan.
• Receive and sort paperwork from ECI staff prior to forwarding them to QA director and ECI Officer.
• Help the Director of Services assigning referrals to staff.
• Schedule ECI meetings and coordinate guest speakers.
• Coordinate with the HR Officer on required annual training for the entire ECI staff.
• Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a mayor in early childhood, special education, communication or any other related field.
• Demonstrated ability to follow instructions and work both independently and as a part of a team.
• Early Intervention Specialist Certification through DARS (preferred).
• Demonstrate good communication and organizational skills.
• Bilingual language skills, in English & Spanish, both verbal and written modalities, preferred.
• Have reliable car, car insurance, current valid Texas Drivers License and good driving record.
• Crisis intervention skills, knowledge of community resources, experience with families from other cultures.
• Experience in public relations is recommended.
POSITION TITLE: Bilingual Early Intervention Specialist/Evaluator
JOB CLASSIFICATION: Professional, Full-Time
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Early Intervention Specialist/Evaluator is responsible for completing pre- enrollment, initial comprehensive assessment using the BDI-2 to determine eligibility and complete the initial IFSP. This position is responsible for assessing the child's unique strengths and functional abilities related to each developmental domain.
This position is responsible for ongoing assessments and works with families on their understanding of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
• Initial contact with families to assess families needs and concern.
• Coordinate appropriate team according to child’s specific needs.
• Assess the child's unique strengths and functional abilities related to each developmental domain.
• Consider informed clinical opinion and parents report.
• Assess needs for Assistive Technology, vision, hearing and nutrition needs.
• Assist families in understanding and exercising their legal rights.
• Gather information from other members of the child’s interdisciplinary team, agency and local community resources, and the larger community.
• Complete initial Comprehensive assessment using the Battelle Developmental Inventory-2.
• Document input from the parents about:
Child’s functional skills, strengths, and behaviors;
Child’s functional ability to participate in everyday routines and activities; and
people, places, and things that interest and motivate the child to participate in everyday routines and activities.
• Gather information from the family about their concerns and needs as well as daily routines, tasks, and responsibilities.
Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)
• Complete the initial Individualized Family Service Plan in collaboration with the Interdisciplinary Team.
• With the input from the interdisciplinary team recommend appropriate service including frequency and intensity.
• 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.
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
• Bachelor’s degree in child development, adaptive physical education, communication disorders, elementary education, social work, psychology, or health, required.
• 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 reliable transportation, valid Driver’s license, and current auto insurance.
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
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