Job Coach

Hiring for the Fremont and the Mansfield areas!

Are you ready to make a positive impact in the lives of others? Job coaching is one of the most rewarding jobs in the field. This is a part-time job coaching position that will give you the opportunity to travel for those who are flexible with their work schedule. You will have the opportunity to also pick up more hours in our adult day support program to get to a 40-hour week if you prefer a full-time position with benefits. We are proud to be a drug-free workplace. Drug screens include pre-employment, random, & reasonable suspicion.

Come see why people love their careers helping others! Perhaps you have been looking for getting more out of your job than just a paycheck. This may be just what you are looking for!

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We offer a get paid as you work program that allows you to get paid a number of times before payday if you wish!

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Summary

Flat Rock Community Services enables individuals with disabilities – and those who care for them – to achieve their goals and live life to the fullest. The Individual Job Supports Specialist (Job Coach) is responsible for providing and implementing training and support to individuals placed in community site vocational training and/or work programs.

Job Description:

Under the supervision of the Director of Adult Programs and Employment Specialist, the Employment Specialist

Essential duties and responsibilities:

  • Able to understand learn and teach all tasks and job functions in accordance with the learning and cognitive levels of individuals through vocational, social, and daily living tasks.
  • Modifies/adapts work station for job duties to accommodate workers. Trains individuals on appropriate behaviors for success on the job and effective problem solving/advocacy skills.
  • Teaches problem-solving skills.
    • Works with other staff to implement the individual placement plan/supportive employment plan in conjunction with stated goals. Provides ongoing communication with parents, residential providers, case managers, etc. to provide information on the individual’s status on the job.
  • Follows behavior support strategies (if applicable) with an emphasis on verbal redirection.
    • Documents participant behavior/development and analyzes data for input into monthly, quarterly, and annual reviews and analyses.
  • Follows the applicable plans of each individual served.
    • Maintains necessary records and reports in a timely and accurate manner consistent with regulatory standards.
  • Provides teaching and guidance in areas of personal hygiene, grooming, or any identified self-care need.
  • Knows how to handle and implement procedures during emergencies and crises.
  • Completes necessary charting thoroughly and accurately.
  • Maintains compliance with training and required certifications within compliance due dates. Attends all mandatory in-services, and training sessions and completes all online training as scheduled by the agency and as directed by the Adult Day requirements.
  • Transports individuals during Community-Based Assessments documenting mileage and destination information
    • Responds to medical emergencies with appropriate treatment as trained.
    • Undergoes first aid and CPR training as scheduled.
    • Undergoes Medication Administration training as necessary to maintain certification.
  • All duties will be executed in accordance with Flat Rock Community Services policies and procedures and adhere to all regulatory requirements.
    • Must be able to perform each of the essential functions and the physical demands of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.

Marginal Functions

The Individual Support Specialist (Job Coach) is required to perform all other duties as assigned, Director of Adult Programs or the Administrator of Flat Rock Community Services.

A candidate who possesses the following would be eligible to apply:

  • Have a high school diploma or equivalent and be at least 18 years of age.
  • Have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Should have basic math skills, such as the ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide.
  • Able to appropriately represent a faith-based agency.
  • Have sound judgment so as to be able to ensure the health and welfare of individuals served.
  • The ability to problem-solve, follow individual plans and supervisors’ directions, and be able to work independently as well as part of a team.
  • Have compassion, patience, and tolerance for persons with differing abilities.
  • Have a valid Ohio Driver’s license and acceptable driving record.
  • Complete all orientation and ongoing training in a timely manner.
  • Have use of a personal vehicle and home and/or cell phone telephone number.
  • Have favorable references.
  • Previous experience working with persons with developmental/intellectual disabilities is preferred.
  • Demonstrates a positive, professional appearance and attitude.
  • Have excellent attendance and punctuality record.
  • Be comfortable working within a faith-based environment that serves persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and be able to interact with individuals in an appropriate and compassionate manner
  • Fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or be willing to become fully vaccinated

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $12.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:
Masks are required and distancing when able within the job.