The Job Coach provides needed supports to assure client success in employment placements. Provides advocacy, support, assistance, and skill training to individuals with disabilities who are employed in a community setting.
Assists clients with accommodations and ADA related issues. Complies with employer policies and procedures while assigned to their locations. Represents ONE VISION in the community.
Maintains a professional relationship with family members, employers, and funding sources. Completes all required reports and documentation. Assures compliance with agency and departmental safety and confidentiality standards.
Works in a variety of settings and assignments as needed to accommodate changing needs and or requests by employers, including hours of work and location. May perform other duties as assigned.
HS/GED, ability to obtain nationally recognized job coaching certificate within 12 months of hire, previous work experience in a field with individuals with disabilities preferred.
Part time, 24 hrs/wk. Must have flexibility to work weekends and weeknights depending on the work schedule of the clients served.