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Developmental Services Coordinator

Posted: 10/15/2020

SCOPE: As a member of the Pediatric Therapy Programs department, the Developmental Services Coordinator is responsible for outreach, enrollment, and support for children and families in Pediatric Therapy Programs including providing a smooth transition to and from other Encompass and community services. 


Outreach/Community Engagement

  • Identify and engage with the community (individuals and groups) to reach underserved populations
  • Provide developmental promotion strategies, screenings, and referrals for children and families
  • Establish and strengthen relationships with community providers serving young children and their families in support of developmental promotion strategies
  • Attend meetings in support of King County’s Help Me Grow

Client Services

  • Serve as first contact for incoming families to the program and assist the family as needed to determine the best therapy service for their child
  • Assist the enrolling family in completing all aspects of the intake process
  • Schedule initial evaluation appointments for all Clinic programs
  • Check in regularly with all families and case management with individual families when needed
  • Assist therapist in finding resources to best serve children
  • Advocate for families to assure coordination between Encompass services and other community services
  • Maintain knowledge of available community resources and makes necessary referrals in order to meet families’ needs

Program Planning/Record Keeping

  • Maintain complete and accurate records meeting program, funding, and regulatory requirements
  • Interact with other Encompass programs and staff to support knowledge and participation in other organization programs
  • Document all parent contacts and complete required reports and records to maintain accurate files for program evaluation
  • Ensure confidentiality of family and client information, sharing information only with those having a need to know
  • Follow HIPAA guidelines and practices
  • Coordinate with medical and health care providers as needed
Other Responsibilities
  • All other responsibilities as assigned
HOURS/SCHEDULE:  Full-time, 40 hours/week
SALARY:  $20.00 - $26.00/hour, DOE
LOCATION:  Encompass Pediatric Therapy Clinic, 209 Main Ave. So., North Bend, WA  98045
  • Associates degree in Early Childhood, Human Services or related field (experience may be substituted for degree)
  • Ability to work independently, taking initiative and exercising appropriate discretion and judgment, and work as part of a team
  • Advanced interpersonal skills, with ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing
  • Basic computer skills- must be proficient in Microsoft Office Programs
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Ability to be detail oriented and thorough
  • Speaks, reads and writes English and Spanish clearly and fluently
  • Understanding of child development and background in developmental disabilities
  • Knowledge of racial equity, determinants of poverty, and social justice frameworks
  • Experience working with parents and children with special needs in a service delivery environment
  • Experience and knowledge of best practices with pediatric therapy programs such as Speech, OT, PT, PCIT or Behavioral Health 
  • Bachelor’s degree in early childhood or human services field


  • Child/Infant CPR; First Aid; Blood Borne Pathogens within 90 days of hire
Work is conducted in a clinical office environment. Incumbent may have some physical requirements associated with working with children and may come into contact with bodily fluids. 
Send resume to:  Kristin Webb, Director of Administration, Encompass, 1407 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend, WA 98045 or email resume to No phone calls, please.
Encompass is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants receive consideration for employment without discrimination based on gender, marital status, race, color, religion, national origin, age, or the presence of a non job-related medical condition or handicap.

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