Honu Intervention is looking for motivated individuals whom are passionate about changing disabilities into capabilities. We are looking for individuals who have grit and a growth mindset. Have you ever wanted to make a difference in the world? Now is your chance! Children are our future. What happens to them in the early years impacts their development, their place in society, and the advancement in the world.
Whether you are looking for an opportunity to enhance your educational interest or professional expertise, Honu Intervention could be the place for you. We offer flexible working hours, competitive salary, mileage and equipment expenses reimbursement, and other benefits. Take a look at our open job opportunities. Interested applicants, please email your resume to Jobs@HonuIntervention.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
Santa Clara County
PT Early Intervention Specialist (EIS) and or Behavior Interventionist: The EIS/BI will facilitate case coordination for consumers eligible for the Early Start Program and or ABA program. The EIS/BI will provide direct service for children identified as having special needs. The EIS will Interface with families and other constituents involved in the consumer’s care for planning, delivering, and evaluating interventions that address the developmental needs of the consumer. The EIS/BI will hold an undergraduate degree (B.S./B.A.) or higher.
Santa Cruz County
Part Time Occupational Therapist (OT): The OT will provide adjunct therapy or care in addition to the initial therapy to maximize effectiveness of the consumer’s progress. The OT will assess and provide treatment for consumers to help improve their ability to complete day-to-day tasks through monitored exercises and treatment plans. In addition, OTs will help consumers improve in a variety of cognitive and physical areas. OTs will utilize a number of evidence-based techniques to help consumers overcome their disability or disorder. The OT will collaborate with the consumer’s multidisciplinary team, conduct assessments, and produce reports as needed.
PT/FT Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA): The BCBA will assess and monitor consumers’ progress, individualized curriculum, and program implementation. BCBAs assist in developing individualized treatment programs and address the behavioral needs of the consumer. The BCBA will collaborate with the consumer’s multidisciplinary team, conduct assessments, and produce reports as needed.