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Careers

At Aprendamos we value families, the families we serve, and our own. We strive to put our families first and encourage our team members to have a work and life harmony that suits them best.  When you join the Aprendamos team you’ll notice that there are many hard-working individuals who care about the children and families they work with. From our groundskeeper to our chief executive officer, families first is our way of life.

At Aprendamos we accept resumes with a letter of interest at all times. If we do not have an available position when your resume is received, we place the resume in an active job search file for 90 days. During these 90 days, when we have an available position, we check the active file and pull all resumes that are qualified adding them to the job search. All posted jobs are considered open until the position is filled or otherwise specified on the job posting.

At Aprendamos we believe that a business is made successful from the inside out. The health of our company is dependent upon the people that make up our organization. Aprendamos is proud of our low turnover rate, and employee satisfaction and retention are seen as a primary management objective. We know we are not perfect, but we work hard and strive for the best for all our families every day.

We do our best to select A-Players. We recommend you read our Built on Values Blueprint here.

Join our Aprendamos Family of Services

We do what we do because we love what we do! At Aprendamos Early Intervention we offer early intervention services for children ages birth to three in their natural environment. Children in this age group are eligible to receive services by either having or being at-risk for a developmental delay. We provide a wide range of services such as speech-language, occupational, and physical therapy. Along with family therapy, social work, family service coordination, behavior intervention, autism services, nutrition, nursing, infant mental health, infant massage, and more.

At our Esperanza Children’s Therapy Clinic we provide outpatient therapy services for children ages three to 18, and in some cases to the age of 21. Services include speech-language, occupational, and physical therapy. We currently have two clinics to better serve the families of Southern New Mexico. Our clinics are located in Las Cruces and Anthony, New Mexico.

At Mariposa Autism Service Center we provide therapy services for children diagnosed with Autism. We utilize Applied Behavior Analytic Therapy for children ages three to 18.

At Alegria Family Counseling center we provide a wide array of family therapy services. Services are for children, adolescents, and adults.

Our grant programs are the fundamentals of parent education. Our Cariño Home Visiting Program provides home visiting services including circles of security, infant massage, breastfeeding support, cribs, and car seats for expecting parents to families with a child up to the age of three. Our other grant program is the Conscious Fathering Program of Southern New Mexico. Conscious Fathering provides a one-time fathering class for new and expecting fathers, soon-to-be brothers, uncles, and grandfathers. The class includes topics such as swaddling, changing a diaper, holding, feeding techniques, and much more. Another component of Conscious Fathering is Fathering in 15 with is a 15 class series of fathers with a child at any age. Classes include financial literacy, intimacy and relationship, and much more. Through the Conscious Fathering Program, Aprendamos also provides car seats and installation through Safer New Mexico.

If you would like to be a part of our family send a letter of interest and resume to HR [at] aitkids.com. You can also visit our Indeed company profile to view all job openings and easily apply online.

Registered Behavior Technician- Albuquerque Metro - Mariposa Autism Service Center

Aprendamos Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice! 

Aprendamos Family of Services has several multidisciplinary departments, to include Mariposa Autism Service Center, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing ABA to children and families affected by ASD. You will be able to collaborate with SLP’s, OT’s, PT’s, and Family Therapists across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future. If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. A Behavior Technician (BT) or Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) for Mariposa Autism Service Center would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times. 

The BCBA will help guide and support you and the families we serve, through the development and implementation of behavior assessments, behavior strategies, positive behavioral support plans, data collection and analysis of behaviors for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities. The BCBA will you with continuous monitoring of behavior interventions via ongoing performance monitoring and lead teams to make data driven decisions. The BCBA will help maintain a current understanding of best practices and demonstrate knowledge of behavioral and educational theories, resources, and regulatory procedures in the delivery of school behavioral services. 

What we are looking for: 

  • Experience providing direct service working with school-aged children ranging from 3-21 years old. 
  • Ability to perform the direct behavior sessions for the child in their natural setting. 
  • Collect and record data based on the child’s behavior. 
  • Complete the required billing for the third-party billing company. 
  • Meet the Early Intervention FIT Program billing deadlines when providing MASC services through the EI program. 
  • Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 
  • A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential, and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity.

Plus, at Aprendamos Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

Competitive compensation with low billable benchmarks, Opportunity for advancement, Flexible schedule, Health, Dental and Vision Insurance, Short and Long Term Disability, Company Paid Life Insurance, Company Matched 401K Retirement Plan, Paid time off, Wellness incentives, Staff recognition programs, and a Referral bonus Program. 

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time – servicing Dona Ana County, Deming, NM and Albuquerque Metro areas 

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Registered Behavior Technician- Las Cruces - Mariposa Autism Service Center

Aprendamos Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice! 

Aprendamos Family of Services has several multidisciplinary departments, to include Mariposa Autism Service Center, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing ABA to children and families affected by ASD. You will be able to collaborate with SLP’s, OT’s, PT’s, and Family Therapists across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future. If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. A Behavior Technician (BT) or Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) for Mariposa Autism Service Center would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times. 

The BCBA will help guide and support you and the families we serve, through the development and implementation of behavior assessments, behavior strategies, positive behavioral support plans, data collection and analysis of behaviors for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities. The BCBA will you with continuous monitoring of behavior interventions via ongoing performance monitoring and lead teams to make data driven decisions. The BCBA will help maintain a current understanding of best practices and demonstrate knowledge of behavioral and educational theories, resources, and regulatory procedures in the delivery of school behavioral services. 

What we are looking for: 

  • Experience providing direct service working with school-aged children ranging from 3-21 years old. 
  • Ability to perform the direct behavior sessions for the child in their natural setting. 
  • Collect and record data based on the child’s behavior. 
  • Complete the required billing for the third-party billing company. 
  • Meet the Early Intervention FIT Program billing deadlines when providing MASC services through the EI program. 
  • Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 
  • A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential, and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity.

Plus, at Aprendamos Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

Competitive compensation with low billable benchmarks, Opportunity for advancement, Flexible schedule, Health, Dental and Vision Insurance, Short and Long Term Disability, Company Paid Life Insurance, Company Matched 401K Retirement Plan, Paid time off, Wellness incentives, Staff recognition programs, and a Referral bonus Program. 

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time – servicing Dona Ana County, Deming, NM and Albuquerque Metro areas 

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Registered Behavior Technician- Deming - Mariposa Autism Service Center

Aprendamos Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice! 

Aprendamos Family of Services has several multidisciplinary departments, to include Mariposa Autism Service Center, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing ABA to children and families affected by ASD. You will be able to collaborate with SLP’s, OT’s, PT’s, and Family Therapists across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future. If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. A Behavior Technician (BT) or Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) for Mariposa Autism Service Center would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times. 

The BCBA will help guide and support you and the families we serve, through the development and implementation of behavior assessments, behavior strategies, positive behavioral support plans, data collection and analysis of behaviors for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities. The BCBA will you with continuous monitoring of behavior interventions via ongoing performance monitoring and lead teams to make data driven decisions. The BCBA will help maintain a current understanding of best practices and demonstrate knowledge of behavioral and educational theories, resources, and regulatory procedures in the delivery of school behavioral services. 

What we are looking for: 

  • Experience providing direct service working with school-aged children ranging from 3-21 years old. 
  • Ability to perform the direct behavior sessions for the child in their natural setting. 
  • Collect and record data based on the child’s behavior. 
  • Complete the required billing for the third-party billing company. 
  • Meet the Early Intervention FIT Program billing deadlines when providing MASC services through the EI program. 
  • Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 
  • A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential, and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity.

Plus, at Aprendamos Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

Competitive compensation with low billable benchmarks, Opportunity for advancement, Flexible schedule, Health, Dental and Vision Insurance, Short and Long Term Disability, Company Paid Life Insurance, Company Matched 401K Retirement Plan, Paid time off, Wellness incentives, Staff recognition programs, and a Referral bonus Program. 

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time – servicing Dona Ana County, Deming, NM and Albuquerque Metro areas 

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Home Visitor - Otero County - Cariño Home Visiting Program

APRENDAMOS Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice!  We are looking for “A” Players to join our team! 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future.  APRENDAMOS Family of Services has several multidisciplinary programs, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing supports and services to children and families in our community. You will be able to collaborate with other professionals and providers across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. Employees of APRENDAMOS would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times.  

The Home Visitor (HV II) provides evidence-based parenting education to enhance parent/child interaction. The HV II offers support to the family, answers questions about the child’s development and helps the family to connect with community resources. The HV II educates families on strategies that prevent adverse childhood experiences and promotes a child’s well-being. 

What we are looking for: 

-Provide parenting education from an evidence-based curriculum that has been approved by the Home Visiting Standards ensuring a high-quality delivery of services. 

-Review and ensure the Family Plan complies with the Home Visiting Standards. 

-Meeting the Carino program documentation requirements and service note deadlines. 

-Meeting ECECD Home Visiting Program standards. 

-Bachelor’s Degree or higher in the area of Early Childhood, Social Work, Public Health, or Family Child Science. 

-Two years from the hire date to achieve the Developmental Instruction certificate level in the Family Infant Toddler Studies. 

-Two years from the hire date to achieve the Infant Mental Health Endorsement. 

-Two to three years of experience in a Home Visiting program in a children’s service program. 

-Parents As Teachers curriculum knowledge. 

-Software and computer proficiency to document the services provided to the children and their families. 

-Organizational skills. 

-Ability to use decision making skills that are objective and fair to evaluate certain situations and ensuring ethical decisions are made. 

-Ability to administer assessments per ECECD guidelines. 

-Ability to speak and write clearly and accurately, keeping others informed of the family needs. 

-A car in good working order, a valid driver’s license, and appropriate auto insurance are required to compete visits in the EI program. 

-Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 

-Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) are required. 

-Ability to work in a changing environment gathering relevant information to integrate a change or modify a program. 

-Must be a team player. 

-A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity. 

-All other duties as assigned. 

Plus, at APRENDAMOS Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

All positions offer competitive compensation, opportunity for advancement, flexible schedules, staff recognition programs, incentives and a referral bonus program. 

For eligible employees we offer health, dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, company paid life insurance, company matched 401K retirement plan, paid time off, and wellness incentives. 

This position is Full Time. 

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Family Therapist/Social Worker - Doña Ana County - Aprendamos Early Intervention

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Family Therapist/Social Worker - Sierra County - Aprendamos Early Intervention

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Occupational Therapist or COTA - Aprendamos Early Intervention

APRENDAMOS Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice!  We are looking for “A” Players to join our team! 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future.  APRENDAMOS Family of Services has several multidisciplinary programs, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing supports and services to children and families in our community. You will be able to collaborate with other professionals and providers across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. Employees of APRENDAMOS would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times.  The Occupational Therapist (OT) working in the Early Intervention setting will help children develop basic sensory awareness and motor skills needed for motor development, learning, and healthy behavior.  The OT will provide support to the family of the child receiving services in the EI program. 

The OT position in the Early Intervention program provides services to the children on their caseload according to the goals and outcomes on the Individualized Service (IFSP).  The OT provides strategies and makes suggestions to the child’s family that will enable the family to assist the child to meet developmental milestones.  The OT will conduct the appropriate section of the Infant Toddler Development Assessment (IDA) evaluation as well as other assessment tools to establish annual eligibility in the FIT program. 

What we are looking for: 

Ability to meet client diagnosis needs and goals. 

-Ability to meet the EI program documentation requirements and to use good time management skills to complete documentation required. 

-Ability to meet the EI program billing deadlines. 

-Graduate degree or higher in Occupational Therapy from an accredited educational program and passing the national exam.  

-New Mexico state license to practice Occupational Therapy. 

-Work experience as a Occupational Therapist, preferably with pediatric population or birth to three. 

-Software and computer proficiency to document the services provided to children and their families. 

-Ability to speak and write clearly and accurately keeping others informed of the family needs. 

-Ability to identify and meet the child’s goals and needs as recorded in the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). 

-Develop care plans using quality and personalized evidence-based treatment techniques that improve the child’s motion and mobility. 

-Evaluate the effects of the treatment plan and communicate the progress to the family. 

-Consult and practice with the other professionals on the child’s team meeting in the TTA consultation. 

-Communicate with families and empowering the family to use the strategies given.  

-Provide quality documentation of the treatment services to the EI billing department. 

-Provide the Delivered Service Log and Daily Notes to the EI Billing Department according to the EI program guidelines. 

-Completes the required benchmark required for the position. 

-Provides supervision and support of COTA’s as needed. 

-A car in good working order, a valid driver’s license, and appropriate auto insurance are required to compete visits in the EI program. 

-Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 

-Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) are required. 

-Ability to work in a changing environment gathering relevant information to integrate a change or modify a program. 

-Ability to use decision making skills that objectively and fairly evaluate situations. 

-Must be a team player. 

-A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity. 

-All other duties as assigned. 

Plus, at APRENDAMOS Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

All positions offer competitive compensation, opportunity for advancement, flexible schedules, staff recognition programs, incentives and a referral bonus program. 

For eligible employees we offer health, dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, company paid life insurance, company matched 401K retirement plan, paid time off, and wellness incentives. 

This position is available for Full Time, Part Time, or PRN.  

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Occupational Therapist or COTA - Esperanza Children's Therapy Clinic

APRENDAMOS Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice!  We are looking for “A” Players to join our team! 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future.  APRENDAMOS Family of Services has several multidisciplinary programs, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing supports and services to children and families in our community. You will be able to collaborate with other professionals and providers across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. Employees of APRENDAMOS would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times.  The Occupational Therapist (OT) working in the Early Intervention setting will help children develop basic sensory awareness and motor skills needed for motor development, learning, and healthy behavior.  The OT will provide support to the family of the child receiving services in the EI program. 

The OT position in the Early Intervention program provides services to the children on their caseload according to the goals and outcomes on the Individualized Service (IFSP).  The OT provides strategies and makes suggestions to the child’s family that will enable the family to assist the child to meet developmental milestones.  The OT will conduct the appropriate section of the Infant Toddler Development Assessment (IDA) evaluation as well as other assessment tools to establish annual eligibility in the FIT program. 

What we are looking for: 

Ability to meet client diagnosis needs and goals. 

-Ability to meet the EI program documentation requirements and to use good time management skills to complete documentation required. 

-Ability to meet the EI program billing deadlines. 

-Graduate degree or higher in Occupational Therapy from an accredited educational program and passing the national exam.  

-New Mexico state license to practice Occupational Therapy. 

-Work experience as a Occupational Therapist, preferably with pediatric population or birth to three. 

-Software and computer proficiency to document the services provided to children and their families. 

-Ability to speak and write clearly and accurately keeping others informed of the family needs. 

-Ability to identify and meet the child’s goals and needs as recorded in the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). 

-Develop care plans using quality and personalized evidence-based treatment techniques that improve the child’s motion and mobility. 

-Evaluate the effects of the treatment plan and communicate the progress to the family. 

-Consult and practice with the other professionals on the child’s team meeting in the TTA consultation. 

-Communicate with families and empowering the family to use the strategies given.  

-Provide quality documentation of the treatment services to the EI billing department. 

-Provide the Delivered Service Log and Daily Notes to the EI Billing Department according to the EI program guidelines. 

-Completes the required benchmark required for the position. 

-Provides supervision and support of COTA’s as needed. 

-A car in good working order, a valid driver’s license, and appropriate auto insurance are required to compete visits in the EI program. 

-Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 

-Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) are required. 

-Ability to work in a changing environment gathering relevant information to integrate a change or modify a program. 

-Ability to use decision making skills that objectively and fairly evaluate situations. 

-Must be a team player. 

-A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity. 

-All other duties as assigned. 

Plus, at APRENDAMOS Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

All positions offer competitive compensation, opportunity for advancement, flexible schedules, staff recognition programs, incentives and a referral bonus program. 

For eligible employees we offer health, dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, company paid life insurance, company matched 401K retirement plan, paid time off, and wellness incentives. 

This position is available for Full Time, Part Time, or PRN.  

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Physical Therapist - Doña Ana County - Aprendamos Early Intervention

APRENDAMOS Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice!  We are looking for “A” Players to join our team! 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future.  APRENDAMOS Family of Services has several multidisciplinary programs, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing supports and services to children and families in our community. You will be able to collaborate with other professionals and providers across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. Employees of APRENDAMOS would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times.  The Physical Therapist (PT) working in the Early Intervention setting will introduce motion and mobility, ensuring children function at their personal best. The PT treats conditions related to genetic, neurological, and orthopedic disorders. The PT will provide support to the family of the child receiving services in the EI program. 

The PT position in the Early Intervention program provides services to the children on their caseload according to the goals and outcomes on the Individualized Service (IFSP).  The PT provides strategies and makes suggestions to the child’s family that will enable the family to assist the child to meet developmental milestones.  The PT will conduct the appropriate section of the Infant Toddler Development Assessment (IDA) evaluation as well as other assessment tools to establish annual eligibility in the FIT program. 

What we are looking for: 

Ability to meet client diagnosis needs and goals. 

-Ability to meet the EI program documentation requirements and to use good time management skills to complete documentation required. 

-Ability to meet the EI program billing deadlines. 

-Graduate degree or higher in Physical Therapy from an educational program accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association. 

-New Mexico state license to practice Physical Therapy. 

-Work experience as a Physical Therapist, preferably with pediatric population or birth to three. 

-Software and computer proficiency to document the services provided to children and their families. 

-Ability to speak and write clearly and accurately keeping others informed of the family needs. 

-Ability to identify and meet the child’s goals and needs as recorded in the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). 

-Develop care plans using quality and personalized evidence-based treatment techniques that improve the child’s motion and mobility. 

-Evaluate the effects of the treatment plan and communicate the progress to the family. 

-Consult and practice with the other professionals on the child’s team meeting in the TTA consultation. 

-Communicate with families and empowering the family to use the strategies given.  

-Provide quality documentation of the treatment services to the EI billing department. 

-Provide the Delivered Service Log and Daily Notes to the EI Billing Department according to the EI program guidelines. 

-Completes the required benchmark required for the position. 

-A car in good working order, a valid driver’s license, and appropriate auto insurance are required to compete visits in the EI program. 

-Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 

-Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) are required. 

-Ability to work in a changing environment gathering relevant information to integrate a change or modify a program. 

-Ability to use decision making skills that objectively and fairly evaluate situations. 

-Must be a team player. 

-A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity. 

-All other duties as assigned. 

Plus, at APRENDAMOS Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

All positions offer competitive compensation, opportunity for advancement, flexible schedules, staff recognition programs, incentives and a referral bonus program. 

For eligible employees we offer health, dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, company paid life insurance, company matched 401K retirement plan, paid time off, and wellness incentives. 

This position is available for Full Time, Part Time, or PRN. 

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Physical Therapist - Sierra County - Aprendamos Early Intervention

APRENDAMOS Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice!  We are looking for “A” Players to join our team! 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future.  APRENDAMOS Family of Services has several multidisciplinary programs, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing supports and services to children and families in our community. You will be able to collaborate with other professionals and providers across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. Employees of APRENDAMOS would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times.  The Physical Therapist (PT) working in the Early Intervention setting will introduce motion and mobility, ensuring children function at their personal best. The PT treats conditions related to genetic, neurological, and orthopedic disorders. The PT will provide support to the family of the child receiving services in the EI program. 

The PT position in the Early Intervention program provides services to the children on their caseload according to the goals and outcomes on the Individualized Service (IFSP).  The PT provides strategies and makes suggestions to the child’s family that will enable the family to assist the child to meet developmental milestones.  The PT will conduct the appropriate section of the Infant Toddler Development Assessment (IDA) evaluation as well as other assessment tools to establish annual eligibility in the FIT program. 

What we are looking for: 

Ability to meet client diagnosis needs and goals. 

-Ability to meet the EI program documentation requirements and to use good time management skills to complete documentation required. 

-Ability to meet the EI program billing deadlines. 

-Graduate degree or higher in Physical Therapy from an educational program accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association. 

-New Mexico state license to practice Physical Therapy. 

-Work experience as a Physical Therapist, preferably with pediatric population or birth to three. 

-Software and computer proficiency to document the services provided to children and their families. 

-Ability to speak and write clearly and accurately keeping others informed of the family needs. 

-Ability to identify and meet the child’s goals and needs as recorded in the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). 

-Develop care plans using quality and personalized evidence-based treatment techniques that improve the child’s motion and mobility. 

-Evaluate the effects of the treatment plan and communicate the progress to the family. 

-Consult and practice with the other professionals on the child’s team meeting in the TTA consultation. 

-Communicate with families and empowering the family to use the strategies given.  

-Provide quality documentation of the treatment services to the EI billing department. 

-Provide the Delivered Service Log and Daily Notes to the EI Billing Department according to the EI program guidelines. 

-Completes the required benchmark required for the position. 

-A car in good working order, a valid driver’s license, and appropriate auto insurance are required to compete visits in the EI program. 

-Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 

-Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) are required. 

-Ability to work in a changing environment gathering relevant information to integrate a change or modify a program. 

-Ability to use decision making skills that objectively and fairly evaluate situations. 

-Must be a team player. 

-A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity. 

-All other duties as assigned. 

Plus, at APRENDAMOS Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

All positions offer competitive compensation, opportunity for advancement, flexible schedules, staff recognition programs, incentives and a referral bonus program. 

For eligible employees we offer health, dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, company paid life insurance, company matched 401K retirement plan, paid time off, and wellness incentives. 

This position is available for Full Time, Part Time, or PRN. 

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Physical Therapist - Esperanza Children's Therapy Clinic

APRENDAMOS Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice!  We are looking for “A” Players to join our team! 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future.  APRENDAMOS Family of Services has several multidisciplinary programs, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing supports and services to children and families in our community. You will be able to collaborate with other professionals and providers across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. Employees of APRENDAMOS would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times.  

The Physical Therapist (PT) working in the Esperanza Children’s Therapy setting will introduce motion and mobility, ensuring children function at their personal best. The PT treats conditions related to genetic, neurological, and orthopedic disorders. The PT will provide support to the family of the child receiving services in the Esperanza program. 

The PT position in the Esperanza Children’s Therapy program provides services to the children on their caseload according to the goals and outcomes for the family.  The PT provides strategies and makes suggestions to the child’s family that will enable the family to assist the child to meet developmental milestones.  The PT will conduct the appropriate section of the Infant Toddler Development Assessment (IDA) evaluation as well as other assessment tools to establish annual eligibility in the FIT program. 

What we are looking for: 

Ability to meet client diagnosis needs and goals. 

-Ability to meet the Esperanza program documentation requirements and to use good time management skills to complete documentation required. 

-Ability to meet the Esperanza program billing deadlines. 

-Graduate degree or higher in Physical Therapy from an educational program accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association. 

-New Mexico state license to practice Physical Therapy. 

-Work experience as a Physical Therapist, preferably with pediatric population or birth to three. 

-Software and computer proficiency to document the services provided to children and their families. 

-Ability to speak and write clearly and accurately keeping others informed of the family needs. 

-Develop care plans using quality and personalized evidence-based treatment techniques that improve the child’s motion and mobility. 

-Evaluate the effects of the treatment plan and communicate the progress to the family. 

-Consult and practice with the other professionals on the child’s team meeting in the TTA consultation. 

-Communicate with families and empowering the family to use the strategies given.  

-Provide quality documentation of the treatment services to the Esperanza billing department. 

-Provide the Delivered Service Log and Daily Notes to the Esperanza Billing Department according to the Esperanza program guidelines. 

-Completes the required benchmark required for the position. 

-Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 

-Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) are required. 

-Ability to work in a changing environment gathering relevant information to integrate a change or modify a program. 

-Ability to use decision making skills that objectively and fairly evaluate situations. 

-Must be a team player. 

-A strong advocate of the APRENDAMOS mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity. 

-All other duties as assigned. 

Plus, at APRENDAMOS Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

All positions offer competitive compensation, opportunity for advancement, flexible schedules, staff recognition programs, incentives, and a referral bonus program. 

For eligible employees we offer health, dental and vision insurance, short- and long- term disability, company paid life insurance, company matched 401K retirement plan, paid time off, and wellness incentives. 

This position is available for Full Time, Part Time, or PRN. 

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Physical Therapist Assistant - Doña Ana County - Aprendamos Early Intervention

APRENDAMOS Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice!  We are looking for “A” Players to join our team! 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future.  APRENDAMOS Family of Services has several multidisciplinary programs, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing supports and services to children and families in our community. You will be able to collaborate with other professionals and providers across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. Employees of APRENDAMOS would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times.  The Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) working in the EI setting will introduce motion and mobility, ensuring children function at their personal best. The PTA treats conditions related to genetic, neurological, and orthopedic disorders.  The PTA will provide support to the family of the child receiving services in the EI program. 

The PTA position in the Early Intervention program provides services to the children on their caseload according to the goals and outcomes on the Individualized Service (IFSP).  The PTA provides strategies and makes suggestions to the child’s family that will enable the family to assist the child to meet developmental milestones.   

What we are looking for: 

Ability to meet client diagnosis needs and goals. 

-Ability to meet the EI program documentation requirements and to use good time management skills to complete documentation required. 

-Ability to meet the EI program billing deadlines. 

-Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy from an educational program accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association. 

-New Mexico state license to practice Physical Therapy Assistance. 

-Work experience as a Physical Therapy Assistant, preferably with pediatric population or birth to three. 

-Software and computer proficiency to document the services provided to children and their families. 

-Ability to speak and write clearly and accurately keeping others informed of the family needs. 

-Ability to identify and meet the child’s goals and needs as recorded in the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). 

-Evaluate the effects of the treatment plan and communicate the progress to the family. 

-Consult and practice with the other professionals on the child’s team meeting in the TTA consultation. 

-Communicate with families and empowering the family to use the strategies given.  

-Provide quality documentation of the treatment services to the EI billing department. 

-Provide the Delivered Service Log and Daily Notes to the EI Billing Department according to the EI program guidelines. 

-Completes the required benchmark required for the position. 

-A car in good working order, a valid driver’s license, and appropriate auto insurance are required to compete visits in the EI program. 

-Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 

-Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) are required. 

-Ability to work in a changing environment gathering relevant information to integrate a change or modify a program. 

-Ability to use decision making skills that objectively and fairly evaluate situations. 

-Must be a team player. 

-A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity. 

-All other duties as assigned. 

Plus, at APRENDAMOS Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

All positions offer competitive compensation, opportunity for advancement, flexible schedules, staff recognition programs, incentives and a referral bonus program. 

For eligible employees we offer health, dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, company paid life insurance, company matched 401K retirement plan, paid time off, and wellness incentives. 

This position is available for Full Time, Part Time, or PRN. 

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Physical Therapist Assistant - Esperanza Children's Therapy Clinic

APRENDAMOS Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice!  We are looking for “A” Players to join our team! 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future.  APRENDAMOS Family of Services has several multidisciplinary programs, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing supports and services to children and families in our community. You will be able to collaborate with other professionals and providers across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. Employees of APRENDAMOS would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times.  The Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) working in the Esperanza Children’s Therapy setting will introduce motion and mobility, ensuring children function at their personal best. The PTA helps the PT in treating conditions related to genetic, neurological, and orthopedic disorders.  The PTA will provide support to the family & PT of the child receiving services in the Esperanza program. 

The PTA position in the Esperanza Children’s Therapy provides services to the children on their caseload according to the goals and outcomes for the family.  The PTA provides strategies and makes suggestions to the child’s family that will enable the family to assist the child to meet developmental milestones.   

What we are looking for: 

Ability to meet client diagnosis needs and goals. 

-Ability to meet the Esperanza program documentation requirements and to use good time management skills to complete documentation required. 

-Ability to meet the Esperanza program billing deadlines. 

-Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy from an educational program accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association. 

-New Mexico state license to practice Physical Therapy Assistance. 

-Work experience as a Physical Therapy Assistant, preferably with pediatric population or birth to three. 

-Software and computer proficiency to document the services provided to children and their families. 

-Ability to speak and write clearly and accurately keeping others informed of the family needs. 

-Evaluate the effects of the treatment plan and communicate the progress to the family. 

-Consult and practice with the other professionals on the child’s team meeting in the TTA consultation. 

-Communicate with families and empowering the family to use the strategies given.  

-Provide quality documentation of the treatment services to the Esperanza billing department. 

-Provide the Delivered Service Log and Daily Notes to the Esperanza Billing Department according to the Esperanza program guidelines. 

-Completes the required benchmark required for the position. 

-Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 

-Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) are required. 

-Ability to work in a changing environment gathering relevant information to integrate a change or modify a program. 

-Ability to use decision making skills that objectively and fairly evaluate situations. 

-Must be a team player. 

-A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity. 

-All other duties as assigned. 

Plus, at APRENDAMOS Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

All positions offer competitive compensation, opportunity for advancement, flexible schedules, staff recognition programs, incentives and a referral bonus program. 

For eligible employees we offer health, dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, company paid life insurance, company matched 401K retirement plan, paid time off, and wellness incentives. 

This position is available for Full Time, Part Time, or PRN. 

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Speech Language Pathologist - Sierra County & Dona Ana County- Aprendamos Early Intervention

APRENDAMOS Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice!  We are looking for “A” Players to join our team! 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future.  APRENDAMOS Family of Services has several multidisciplinary programs, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing supports and services to children and families in our community. You will be able to collaborate with other professionals and providers across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. Employees of APRENDAMOS would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times.  The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) working in the Early Intervention setting will work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, social & cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders to ensure children function at their personal best. The SLP will provide support to the family of the child receiving services in the EI program. 

The SLP position in the Early Intervention program provides services to the children on their caseload according to the goals and outcomes on the Individualized Service (IFSP).  The SLP evaluates and assesses the child’s diagnosis, their needs, and treatment with the child’s family and that will enable the family to assist in communication milestones.  The SLP will conduct the appropriate section of the Infant Toddler Development Assessment (IDA) evaluation as well as other assessment tools to establish annual eligibility in the FIT program. 

What we are looking for: 

Ability to meet client diagnosis needs and goals. 

-Ability to meet the EI program documentation requirements and to use good time management skills to complete documentation required. 

-Ability to meet the EI program billing deadlines. 

-Graduate degree or higher in Speech-Language Pathology from an approved and accredited educational program 

-New Mexico SLP License 

-A Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP-CCC) 

-Work experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist, preferably with pediatric population or birth to three. 

-Software and computer proficiency to document the services provided to children and their families. Provides quality documentation in the Clinic Source software and in MD Advanced. 

-Ability to speak and write clearly and accurately keeping others informed of the family needs. 

-Ability to identify and meet the child’s goals and needs as recorded in the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). 

-Develop care plans using quality and personalized evidence-based treatment techniques that improve the child’s communication and swallowing. 

-Evaluate the effects of the treatment plan and communicate the progress to the family. 

-Consult and practice with the other professionals on the child’s team meeting in the TTA consultation. 

-Communicate with families and empowering the family to use the strategies given.  

-Provide quality documentation of the treatment services to the EI billing department. 

-Provide the Delivered Service Log and Daily Notes to the EI Billing Department according to the EI program guidelines. 

-Completes the required benchmark required for the position. 

-A car in good working order, a valid driver’s license, and appropriate auto insurance are required to compete visits in the EI program. 

-Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 

-Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) are preferred. 

-Ability to work in a changing environment gathering relevant information to integrate a change or modify a program. 

-Ability to use decision making skills that objectively and fairly evaluate situations. 

-Must be a team player. 

-A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity. 

-All other duties as assigned. 

Plus, at APRENDAMOS Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

All positions offer competitive compensation, opportunity for advancement, flexible schedules, staff recognition programs, incentives and a referral bonus program. 

For eligible employees we offer health, dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, company paid life insurance, company matched 401K retirement plan, paid time off, and wellness incentives. 

This position is available for Full Time, Part Time, or PRN. 

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Speech Language Pathologist - Esperanza Children's Therapy Clinic

APRENDAMOS Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice!  We are looking for “A” Players to join our team! 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future.  APRENDAMOS Family of Services has several multidisciplinary programs, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing supports and services to children and families in our community. You will be able to collaborate with other professionals and providers across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. Employees of APRENDAMOS would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times.  The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) working in the Early Intervention setting will work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, social & cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders to ensure children function at their personal best. The SLP will provide support to the family of the child receiving services in the EI program. 

The SLP position in the Early Intervention program provides services to the children on their caseload according to the goals and outcomes on the Individualized Service (IFSP).  The SLP evaluates and assesses the child’s diagnosis, their needs, and treatment with the child’s family and that will enable the family to assist in communication milestones.  The SLP will conduct the appropriate section of the Infant Toddler Development Assessment (IDA) evaluation as well as other assessment tools to establish annual eligibility in the FIT program. 

What we are looking for: 

Ability to meet client diagnosis needs and goals. 

-Ability to meet the EI program documentation requirements and to use good time management skills to complete documentation required. 

-Ability to meet the EI program billing deadlines. 

-Graduate degree or higher in Speech-Language Pathology from an approved and accredited educational program 

-New Mexico SLP License 

-A Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP-CCC) 

-Work experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist, preferably with pediatric population or birth to three. 

-Software and computer proficiency to document the services provided to children and their families. Provides quality documentation in the Clinic Source software and in MD Advanced. 

-Ability to speak and write clearly and accurately keeping others informed of the family needs. 

-Ability to identify and meet the child’s goals and needs as recorded in the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). 

-Develop care plans using quality and personalized evidence-based treatment techniques that improve the child’s communication and swallowing. 

-Evaluate the effects of the treatment plan and communicate the progress to the family. 

-Consult and practice with the other professionals on the child’s team meeting in the TTA consultation. 

-Communicate with families and empowering the family to use the strategies given.  

-Provide quality documentation of the treatment services to the EI billing department. 

-Provide the Delivered Service Log and Daily Notes to the EI Billing Department according to the EI program guidelines. 

-Completes the required benchmark required for the position. 

-A car in good working order, a valid driver’s license, and appropriate auto insurance are required to compete visits in the EI program. 

-Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 

-Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) are preferred. 

-Ability to work in a changing environment gathering relevant information to integrate a change or modify a program. 

-Ability to use decision making skills that objectively and fairly evaluate situations. 

-Must be a team player. 

-A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity. 

-All other duties as assigned. 

Plus, at APRENDAMOS Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

All positions offer competitive compensation, opportunity for advancement, flexible schedules, staff recognition programs, incentives and a referral bonus program. 

For eligible employees we offer health, dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, company paid life insurance, company matched 401K retirement plan, paid time off, and wellness incentives. 

This position is available for Full Time, Part Time, or PRN. 

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

Independent Licensed Clinician - Alegria Family Counseling Clinic

APRENDAMOS Family of Services wants to be your employer of choice!  We are looking for “A” Players to join our team! 

We are a values-based organization that believes in Families First, Integrity Always, Pursuit of Excellence, Meaningful Difference and Shaping the Future.  APRENDAMOS Family of Services has several multidisciplinary programs, where we focus on high quality service delivery, providing supports and services to children and families in our community. You will be able to collaborate with other professionals and providers across different departments to make sure the families we serve are getting the support they need. 

If this sounds like an organization you would like to work with, please send us your letter of interest and resume. Employees of APRENDAMOS would be responsible for modeling these core values, as they align with our code of ethics, at all times.  The Alegria Family Counseling Independent Licensed Clinician will provide Individual, Family and Couples therapy in our Alegria Family Counseling program. The Clinician will provide therapeutic interventions based on the initial evaluation to support the individual and/or family needs.  The Clinician will work with clients developing a treatment plan to meet the client’s needs and provides quality and prompt documentation to the Alegria billing according to the clinical guidelines. 

What we are looking for: 

  • Providing Therapeutic services, developing a treatment plan and utilizing evidence-based practices to meet goals of the client as indicated by the initial assessment meeting the Alegria Clinic documentation and billing requirements using the required software, and meet all deadline requirements.
  • Providing face-to-face services to clients to maintain a supportive and encouraging environment.
  • Be effective at building relationships with children, adults, families, and community agencies.
  • Be able to think and write critically.
  • Master’s degree or higher from an approved and accredited educational program in Social Work, Psychology or Counseling. 
  • State of New Mexico valid independent practitioner license. LCSW, LMFT or LPCC.  
  • Experience providing therapeutic services to families, adults, children, and couples in a therapeutic setting. 
  • Dependable, detail-oriented, team player with strong interpersonal skills; ability to facilitate a team approach toward treatment; provide guidance to staff on a variety of topics; and ability to effectively organize and communicate information to target audiences. 
  • Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) are a plus.  
  • Ability to work in a changing environment gathering relevant information to integrate a change or modify a program. 
  • Ability to offer treatment sessions that presents an opportunity for the client to meet their goals. 
  • Must be a team player, and able to collaborate with clinic staff to support Alegria Family Services mission.
  • Has experience in crisis intervention. 
  • A strong advocate of the Aprendamos mission to help children with development disabilities achieve their greatest potential and be motivated to contribute to the mission with pride and integrity.

Plus, at APRENDAMOS Family of Services, we offer all the benefits that truly reflect our core values: 

All positions offer competitive compensation, opportunity for advancement, flexible schedules, staff recognition programs, incentives and a referral bonus program. 

For eligible employees we offer health, dental and vision insurance, short and long term disability, company paid life insurance, company matched 401K retirement plan, paid time off, and wellness incentives.

Full Time, Part Time and or PRN status is available. 

*Aprendamos Intervention Team has mandated the COVID-19 Vaccine.  We require staff to be fully vaccinated or get fully vaccinated within their first 45 days from date of hire. 

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