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Job Details

Requisition Number 18-0266
Post Date 9/4/2018
Title Job Coach
City Toledo, OH
Location 13th Street
Description

Harbor is currently seeking Job Coaches to provide vocational rehabilitation services as well as job coaching services to Lucas County Job and Family Services referrals. This position would be contingent - less than 20 hours per week. 

Job Duties:

DOCUMENTATION

  • Responsible for the quality and completeness of the clinical record.
  • Responsible for accurate and timely documentation which includes, but is not limited to: Progress Notes, sheets, ROAR’s, Monthly Participant Evaluations, Corrective Action Plans, iWAM alerts, Incident Report forms and any other forms necessary to document coaching services.
  • Types documentation in the format appropriate and acceptable to Harbor.
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  • EVALUATION
  • Provides Job Seeking Skills Training (JSST), job coaching and job development activities for Lucas County Job and Family Services referrals.
  • Evaluates WEP site for appropriateness for participant placement (e.g., safety, supervision availability, enough work to keep participants busy, etc.).
  • Ongoing evaluation of WEP site to ensure that business is continuing to meet its responsibility and program requirements as participating WEP site.
  • Analyzes jobs and work environments at WEP sites and worksites and breaks down jobs into trainable steps.
  • Evaluates worksite/employee job match and may complete worksite job analysis.
  • Assesses client “readiness for employment and formulates appropriate interventions to assist the client in making progress towards setting and achieving their recovery goals.
  • Assists the client in identifying his/her interests, skills, and aptitudes to assist in exploring possible vocational choices.
  • Assists the client in gaining information on the effects of employment on entitlements / financial assistance that the client may be receiving (i.e., SSI/SSDI, Medicaid, Medicare, Section 8, Food Stamps) to assist the client in making an informed choice.
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  • ONGOING INTERVENTIONS
  • Provides individual and/or group job coaching at WEP or work site.
  • Assists the client in developing employment opportunities as well as the skills to choose, get, and keep jobs.
  • Makes home visits/outreach to engage clients in vocational services
  • Refers client when appropriate for vocational services and community programs
  • Provides support, education (i.e., benefits counseling, advantages of employment) and consultation to clients, families, and/or significant others.
  • Actively develops employment opportunities and assists clients in learning job skills as needed, individually or in groups.
  • Performs community outreach for the purpose of client engagement, and necessary support services.
  • Provides coaching and mentoring assistance as needed for the purpose of maintaining and retaining employment.
  • Provides support to participants to assist them in problem solving and managing barriers to client participation (e.g., linking with childcare resources, health care resources, etc.).
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  • COLLABORATION
  • Assists the client and family in increasing social support skills and networks.
  • Coordinates evaluations and assessments by internal and/or external providers.
  • Monitors all services identified in the IEP, BESI and DSI.
  • Provides assistance in gaining access to essential community resources and linking with appropriate vocational resources (BVR, ODJFS, BWC, etc.).
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  • SPECIAL WORK CONDITIONS
  • Keeps current with trends and developments related to essential job competencies, and demonstrates continued growth.
Requirements
  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in education, counseling, social work or closely related behavioral/mental field from an accredited college or university, plus 1 year vocational rehabilitation experience required; or an Associates’ degree plus 2 years teaching/training or  vocational rehabilitation experience; or, in lieu of previous requirement, 5 years’ experience providing vocational rehabilitation services (i.e. job development, job coaching) to BVR, ODJFS funding sources.
  • Must be proficient and accurate in computer use, including Microsoft Word.
  • Must have valid driver’s license, acceptable driving record, and be deemed insurable through Harbor’s vehicle insurance carrier.
  • CPR/First Aid Certification required.
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