Position entails serving children across the developmental span with their behavioral, emotional and social needs. This position would be a good fit for an individual that enjoys a lot of diversity and stimulation in a work day, with every day having new challenges. The provider spends mornings in preschool environments teaching skills to and supporting children with challenging behavior. Clinical documentation and supervision precede afternoons teaching skills to and supporting children with intensive needs (age 6 to 18) in community based environments. Applicants must have a bachelor's degree in psychology, child development or related field, and have experience with a broad age-range of children & adolescents. Applicants should have experience with children from age 3 to 18. Supervision and cross teaming support is provided by two skilled supervisors and teammates from two teams. Occasional work into early evening is required for school age children. Use of personal car is required including transport of clients (clean driving record required). Individual must be highly motivated and self-directed with demonstrated record of efficiency and task completion. Must possess knowledge of child development, including physical, mental, emotional and cultural/ethnicity issues. Ability to communicate effectively in a school and community based environment is essential. Must be computer literate. Time management and organizational skills are critical.CCN is an Equal Opportunity Employer.