Posted on February 6, 2013
Arc of San Diego
Arc of San Diego - Job Coach
The Arc of San Diego, a private, not-for-profit Corporation, is one of the region's largest human-service agencies. Founded in 1951 by a determined group of people who felt they had to "do something" for children with development disabilities, Arc blends a long history of service with a national reputation for success. Today, we are guided by the same sense of purpose and dedication that inspired those parents over fifty-five years ago.
The Arc of San Diego is committed to its employees by offering an outstanding work environment, which affords them every opportunity to thrive and grow both professionally and personally.
Under direction plans and provides group and individual instruction to enclave job coaching and appropriate work skills and attitudes necessary for successful competitive employment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Independently plans, organizes and coordinates group consumer’s daily work schedule to ensure completion of work tasks as required by the employer and/or established procedures
- Provides on-going training to consumers throughout the work day as needed and/or as specified in consumer Individual Habilitation Services Plan (IHSP)
- Facilitates the integration of consumers into the worksite environment
- Collects and records data on consumer goals as required
- Completes documentation required for the development of consumer Annual Review and Individual Habilitation Services Plan (IHSP)
- Assists Case Manger with the development of work and work-related goals for consumer IHSP
- Participates in consumer and program meetings as required
- Completes all other reports and documentation as required
- Submits all documentation and paperwork according to established guidelines
- Communicates with supervisor in a timely manner regarding all consumer and/or employer related issues
- Communicates effectively and professionally with employer and other employees at the work site
- Ensures the quality of all work performed meets employers expectations
- Supervises consumers to ensure their health and safety at the work site
- Corrects and reports any incidents, hazards, accidents, or unsafe conditions to supervisor and employer
- Supervises consumers to ensure appropriate behavior and interactions with other employees
- Acts in such a manner to present an example of an appropriate work behaviors to the consumers at all times
- Ensures that all supplies and equipment are available for work to be completed
- Maintains a neat, orderly and safe work environment at all times
- Maintains a positive, professional working relationship with employees at the work site at all times
- May communicate with consumer care providers and family members
- Carries out responsibilities and duties at any ACES work site when requested
- Performs all other duties as assigned.
High School diploma or general education degree (GED), college level courses in social sciences preferred and previous work experience preferred. Verifiable training and experience in the trade and/or vocational area relevant to the assigned worksite preferred. Previous experience is community based employment services preferred. The ability to interact with people with disabilities respectfully, honestly and programmatically. The ability to teach, supervise, and communicates effectively with people with developmental disabilities. Must possess a current CPR/FA certification throughout the duration of employment. Must possess a valid CA driver’s license and have 24 months driving experience, and be able to transport consumers in an Arc vehicle. Must have a reliable means of transportation to meet demands of consumer work schedules
Please apply online at www.arc-sd.com