ECCP EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Program Coordinator, Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP®)

Full Time (40 hrs) Position
Advanced Behavioral Health, Inc, Middletown, CT

The Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP®) is a nationally recognized, evidence based, statewide mental health consultation program, developed to meet the social/emotional needs of children birth to five. ECCP® is designed to build the capacity of caregivers by identifying strengths and offering support, education, and consultation, which promotes the most enduring and optimal outcomes for young children. 

Position summary:

The ECCP Program Coordinator will provide quality assurance, customer service, and administrative support for the Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP) Program. This position supports the program in a wide variety of tasks to assist the program to operate efficiently and operationally sound.  The Program Coordinator is responsible for quality assurance of the ECCP Program Model. This includes supporting Master’s Level Consultants in learning and using a data system to accurately document their work. The Program Coordinator documents, analyzes, and prepares reports on quality assurance indicators and works collaboratively with ECCP Program Managers. The ideal candidate will work as a team member; organize and manage program activities, and implement strategies and supports toward continued quality enhancement. This position will represent ABH® and its services in a positive and professional manner and adhere to ABH®’s best practices, guidelines, policies and procedures as established, promoting ABH® as a leader in behavioral healthcare in all interactions and work. 

Note: this position is funded for two years with the potential for extended funding.

Qualifications:  
•    Bachelor’s Degree in Health Administration, Business, or Human Services. Will consider work experience as alternative to Bachelor’s Degree;
•    Two to 4 years of training or work experience in business and administrative tasks; 
•    Experience with data management and data quality assurance;
•    Exceptional customer service skills;
•    Strong organizational skills;
•    Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
•    Strong computer skills (Microsoft office, Internet).

To apply, go to ABH’s website at www.abhct.com    
Select:       Careers   
Choose:   “Early Childhood Consultation Partnership Program Coordinator”   
Select:      “Click Here to Apply.”    

Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP®) Assistant Program Manager; 
Advanced Behavioral Health, Inc, Middletown, CT

The Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP®) is a nationally recognized, evidence based, statewide early childhood mental health consultation program, developed to meet the social/emotional needs of children birth to five.  ECCP® is designed to build the capacity of caregivers by identifying strengths and offering support, education, and consultation, which promotes the most enduring and optimal outcomes for young children.  ABH ECCP subcontracts with community child behavioral health agencies throughout Connecticut for ECCP Masters level consultants.

Position summary:

The Assistant Program Manager will provide administrative, clinical, and reflective supervision to Master’s level Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants working within the ECCP evidenced based model.  This includes providing ongoing support to supervisees, ensuring that supervisees are following the ECCP program model and maintaining an accurate information system. The Assistant Program Manager is responsible for completing quarterly data driven performance reports for their supervisee workload and partnering with subcontracted home agency supervisors to support quality service delivery.  In addition, the Assistant Program Manager will provide support and workforce development opportunities for the Consultants and work to ensure ECCP is embedded in local and state community colloboratives.   The ideal candidate will demonstrate confidence related to working within evidence based model and will be able to foster the growth and development of supervisees in the field of Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation. 

Note: This position is funded for two years with the potential for extended funding.

Qualifications:

 Masters in mental health, clinical license required, at least 5 years of related work experience in the field of early childhood mental health, at least 3 years of supervisory experience, excellent organizational skills and professional writing ability are a must. Bilingual candidates are a plus.
Some travel is required for this position, a valid CT driver’s license and reliable transportation is needed.  ABH is an EOE. 

To apply go to ABH’s website at www.abhct.com    
Select:       Careers   
Choose:   “Early Childhood Consultation Partnership Assistant Program Manager”   
Select:      “Click Here to Apply.”    

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant  

The Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP®) is a nationally recognized, evidence based, statewide infant and early childhood mental health consultation program, developed to meet the social-emotional needs of children birth to five. ECCP® is designed to build the capacity of caregivers by identifying strengths and offering support, education, and consultation, which promotes the most enduring and optimal outcomes for young children.  ECCP® is managed by Advanced Behavioral Health (ABH), Inc. ABH works in partnership with community based mental health agencies related to the ECCP® Early Childhood Consultant positions.

Position summary:

The Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP®) Consultant provides mental health consultation to early care and education programs and families within a certain area of the state. In addition, the ECCP® Consultant is responsible for writing action plans, and working within an Information System.  ECCP® Consultants also attend early childhood community and statewide collaboratives and provide trainings to early childhood providers on social emotional topics. The ECCP® Consultant will be provided with specialized training as well as ongoing supervision. This is a grant funded, 2-year position with a potential opportunity for extension. 

Qualifications:

 A Master’s Degree in Mental Health, (full licensure preferred, associate licensure required) at least 2 years of post graduate experience working in the field of mental health with young children and families, bilingual (Spanish preferred, other languages also encouraged to apply), experience working in early care and education settings a plus. Excellent time management and organizational skills are a must. 

Travel is required for this position, a valid CT driver’s license and reliable transportation is needed.  

The following agencies have an ECCP® Consultant position opening:

The Child & Family Guidance Center, Bridgeport
Child Guidance Clinic for Central Connecticut, Meriden
Child Guidance Clinic of Mid-Fairfield, Norwalk
Community Health Resources, Manchester
McCall Center for Behavioral Health, Torrington
United Community and Family Services, Norwich
Wellmore, Waterbury
The Village for Families and Children, Hartford

To apply, send your cover letter and resume to ECCP® Program Managers,  Caroline Finley at CFinley@abhct.com and Jola Borto at jborto@abhct.com. In the title of your email, please write: “Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant Position” and indicate which town(s) you are interested in applying for. ABH will forward you inquiry to the hiring agency.