Adult Training Specialist 3
Vocational training programs are one of the most effective resources we have, they allow us to to help rehabilitate our residents in a manner which fosters hope for those with disabilities. As an Adult Training Specialist you will create, revise and maintain available job duties for the high acuity program at the Special Commitment Center (SCC) Total Confinement Facility on McNeil Island. You will also work with each resident's treatment team to select and assign the most appropriate job for each resident that engages in the vocational program. Join us today and helps us Transform Lives!
Some of what you'll do:
Oversee the High Acuity Vocational Program
Lead in determining implementation of job specifications, work hours, schedules and managing of the vocational budget
Create or revise job descriptions for residents
Consult with residents and treatment team to evaluate vocational opportunities
Conduct formal interview processes in order to prepare residents for future interviews
Provide feedback and status updates of the program
Develop and/or maintain timesheets for existing and newly created positions
Document resident's attendance and conduct performance reviews of resident work
Prepare and attend various meetings
Assess learning and performance deficits of residents, train residents in areas that are needed
What we're looking for:
Excellent oral and written skills
General computer skills including adequate understand of Microsoft Outlook and Word
Must have a knowledge, understanding, and/or some experience working with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, personality disorders, developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, and/or cognitive deficits
Who should apply?
Professionals who possess a high school diploma or GED and completion of 30 specific job related college credit hours, or an Associate or Bachelor's degree in Human Services field
One year of experience as an Adult Training Specialist 2; OR two years as a vocational trainer of persons with disabilities in a community employment program or sheltered workshop; OR two years as a teacher's aide in a special education classroom
Questions? Please contact Sean Brauner at (509) 363-4971 and reference #08089. Supplemental Information
Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history may be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the job. This announcement may be used to fill multiple vacancies. Employees driving on state business must have a valid driver's license. Employees driving a privately owned vehicle on state business must have liability insurance on the privately owned vehicle
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