Sterling Medical currently has overseas EDIS opportunities for psychologists, therapists and special educators.
Services under this program are provided to the families of
active duty military and U.S. Government civil services employees
living and working abroad, whose child has a developmental disability
or delay. The EDIS Clinics function as the base of operations
for service providers under the early intervention program.
Most services are delivered in homes, schools, and daycare centers.
Use your clinical skills to work primarily with infants and toddlers living in various military communities.
Practice with a well established early intervention service program operated throughout the world by the military services.
In the EDIS program, a team based, transdisciplinary approach is used. As such, stability of members within the department is important so that a properly working team may be developed. To help foster this stability, term commitments are required for those interested in the program.
All positions are salaried, tax-free as applicable, with benefits, including significant housing allowance and attractive overseas working conditions.
Previous community- and family-based experience working in an early intervention program is required.
We invite you to contact
us for further details regarding this exciting program!