Alabama's Early Intervention System Careers

Overview

Alabama’s Early Intervention System (AEIS) coordinates a statewide system of resource access, services and support for infants and toddlers with developmental delays and their families.  Positions with this division work with eight other state agencies in an Interagency Coordinating Council (ICC) including community services providers and families.  Family-focused system of services are provided based on a child who is younger than age 3 and demonstrates a 25 percent delay in one or more of the five developmental areas (cognitive, physical, adaptive, social/emotional, speech/language) or have a documented diagnosis that indicates a high probability of developmental delay.  With the coordination of services from medical professionals AEIS’ goal is to prepare children with developmental delays or special needs to enter the school system ready to learn. There is also a commitment to provide services in a natural environment or community setting such as childcare environments, recreation environments and other environments with peers without disabilities. For information regarding qualifications to work with infants and toddlers and their families in achieving positive outcomes please see the list of positions below.

 

Careers

For information about specific job classifications, visit the State Personnel website

  • Administrative Support Assistant I
  • Administrative Support Assistant II
  • Administrative Support Assistant III
  • Children’s Rehabilitation Field Supervisor
  • District Early Intervention Coordinator
  • Rehabilitation Assistant
  • Rehabilitation Specialist II
  • Rehabilitation Specialist III
  • State Office Administrator

For additional information regarding job opportunities in EI, trainings, and personnel requirements please select from the list below:

Organizational Chart

Organizational Chart