Experienced Early Childhood Special Educator - Live and Work in Germany!

Sterling Medical Corporation
Sacramento, CA
Post Date:
July 16, 2024
Job Status:

 Sterling Medical is seeking experience Early Childhood Special Educators to provide service and support to our active duty military families at Ramstein Air Base located in Rheinland-Pfalz in the near the city of Kaiserslautern Germany.


We Offer:

      • Tax Advantaged Rates

      • PTO & Benefits

      • Relocation & Logistical Support



EI providers shall coordinate and participate in a comprehensive family-centered assessment of the resources, priorities, and concerns of the family and identification of the support services necessary to enhance the family’s capacity to meet the needs of the eligible infant or toddler and his/her family. All EI providers shall have the knowledge and ability to fully develop an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) from the initial referral stage to the final parent/guardian signature indicating agreement with the plan. The EDIS EI program functions within a transdisciplinary model, which means that any one of the specialists may be the primary service coordinator for a child and family. EDIS EI staff members shall collaborate closely with the other specialists on the team so that the child and family receive the best possible services. EI services include screenings and evaluations for identification of developmental delays; completing family assessments, including the Routines Based Interview (RBI); service coordination or case management services; creating family-centered goals; completing the Child Outcomes and Family Outcomes Surveys (COS, FOS); providing interventions and services in the child’s natural environment; transitioning children to preschool programs and other EI programs; and discharging children from EI services upon completion of goals, the family’s permanent change of station (PCS), or the child’s transition to a preschool program.



Shall have a PhD in Early Childhood Intervention, OR a master’s degree with 7 years of experience developing performance standards for state level (or equivalent) programs, teaching at the university level, providing federal level consultation and monitoring of Early Intervention programs or DoD EDIS program.

Due to the dual role of this advisor position, the Early Intervention Specialist must have expert level knowledge of IDEA, Parts B and C. It is strongly preferred that the EIS have experience working in school programs and be a specialist in EI. The EIS must be able to advise all members of the EDIS teams in relation to the MRS and EI mission of the EDIS program.

EI providers should have a minimum of two (2) years of early intervention home-based, parent/caregiver-coaching experience with at least six (6) months working within a transdisciplinary team model.

All providers should have at least one (1) year within the past five (5) years of experience working within the age group and environments for which employment is being considered. This experience could be gained during practicum, internship, or a clinical fellowship as part of a degree program.