- Full Time
- Silicon Valley
- Job Description:
Provide job-site training and intervention as assigned for Hope clients place in community employment settings and work closely with clients and employers to determine job training goals and ongoing success. Assures quality of services provided, are consistent with Hope's mission and values.
To improve the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities.
The following responsibilities represent the essential functions of the position. An employee in this classification is responsible for carrying out the following functions: Provides needed supports to assure client success in employment placements. Evaluation, training, goal setting and follow-up services for successful job retention. Acts as a liaison with the employer, providing training and supports, consultation on employment related issues for success of long term employment. Acts as a program monitor to assigned clients, provides advocacy and referrals as needed. Assists clients with accommodations and ADA related issues. Complies with employer policies and procedures while assigned to their locations. Represents the Agency in the community. Maintains a professional relationship with family members, employers, and funding sources. Completes all required reports and documentation, maintains complete and accurate case files, conducts annual and semi-annual meetings, prepares individualized service plans. Assures compliance with Agency and departmental safety and confidentiality standards. Works independently in the community, develops and implements instructional plans, social skill training and provides interventions as needed. Works in a variety of settings and assignments as needed to accommodate changing needs and or requests by contracting employers, including hours of work and location. Performs task analysis and time studies for wage evaluations as required by DOL. Acts as a mandated abuse reporter. May perform other duties as assigned to assure the efficiency of the program.
Must be comfortable working in a hospital environment. Must love working with people who have developmental disabilities and understand the rich personal rewards that are inherent with this type of work. High school diploma, GED, or equivalent, plus one year of related experience working with people with disabilities in a rehabilitation environment, or an approved combination of experience and education. Possession of a valid California driver’s license and clear driving record. Approval by Hope's insurance carrier may be required.
- Required Skills:
Ability to understand and relate to individuals with disabilities, their families, the community and Hope personnel. Flexibility in scheduling of work hours, location and type of assignments within the greater service region. Ability to observe, evaluate, document and communicate verbally and in writing. Ability to accept supervision and work cooperatively as a team member with all Employment Services staff as well as with the client and employers. Ability to teach good work habits and social skills to individuals with developmental disabilities in a variety of settings. Ability to utilize critical thinking skills in decision making situations, good organizational and record keeping skills, and good independent judgment. Basic computer knowledge. Ability to perform all duties associated with time study development. Knowledge and commitment to the principles and concepts of normalization. Ability to be flexible with scheduling and prioritization of tasks. Ability to transport self and clients to multiple employer locations as needed.
Hope Services offers an OUTSTANDING benefits package, including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(k) Retirement, Life Insurance, Tuition Reimbursement, Paid Vacation and Sick Time and more! In addition, we provide extensive training and ample career advancement opportunities through the award-winning Hope University,
- Salary: $15.50 - $18.50/hr depending on experience
- Salary Grade: 5
- Supervisory Responsibility: none
- Reports to: Program Coordinator
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. A clinical office environment working closely with others as part of Interdisciplinary team as well as with persons served, sitting for periods of time in meetings and use of office environment; produce work on computers/office equipment.
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