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The Employment Specialist is a mobile support role designed to serve clients searching for a job and also working in a job at a variety of locations throughout Philadelphia, Montgomery, Delaware, and Chester counties.
The Employment Specialist will demonstrate the ability to protect and maintain the health and safety of the client as well as provide support as the client job requires. This role is mobile, based at client work-places and physically active. Individuals with experience in the hospitality industry are encouraged to apply.
The following is an itemized list that includes but is not limited to in the following domains:
Perform job analysis and task analysis documentation
Coaching participants while at work across many different environments
Serve as point of contact with the individual's employer
Develop and implement participant fade plan documentation
Assist with developing job productivity, safety and assimilating to workplace culture
Complete all pre-placement activities that assist an individual with a disability to secure a job match in an integrated work setting with competitive wages
Complete and document all community-based work assessments and situational assessments in alignment with client’s vocational goals.
In community and online job search and applications
Conduct interview preparation and appropriate employer follow-up
Conduct accommodations inventory to determine if job accommodations are needed, and implement those accommodations based upon recommendation from Assistive Technology Professional
Conduct remote services when desired/required by client participant in either job finding or job support
Demonstrate proficiency in major telehealth platforms
Liaise with client supports and administrative office to establish logistics for remote services sessions
Access to the internet
Access to use of a computer
Demonstrate proficiency in MS Office
Implement accessibility accommodations based upon recommendation from Assistive Technology Professional
Demonstrate proficiency in professional business appropriate writing and communication
Complete timely, compliant service documentation (HIPAA and Fraud, Waste and Abuse, Client ISP)
Attend all staff meetings
Complete all assigned trainings
Prepare case records and reports including placement and job coaching forms
Demonstrate punctuality and reliability in job role
Must be able to drive to work assignments allowing for 30 minutes travel time between assignments as more than one client will be served each day
Demonstrate ability to serve clients across multiple funders and adapt support practices as required by the funder
The mission of IDEATE is to support our clients to break the cycle of poverty by providing highly vulnerable and underserved individuals person-tailored pathways to careers using technology and community engagement.
Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.