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Rehabilitation Specialist
Summary
Title:Rehabilitation Specialist
ID:3571BM
Description
Wage: $13.00 hourly plus .50 differential


Hours: Night work that ends at 3:00 AM. You will either work 4 ten hour shifts or 5 eight hour shifts. Sunday and Mondays off. If you choose to work 10 hour days another day will be added. Benefits available 


General Description of the Position:

Requires the ability to teach and effectively interact with people served, co-workers, professionals, families and the military.  Responsible for the delivery of a planned, systematic sequence of instruction and support designated to assess, develop, and monitor the individual's skills in performing employment tasks.


Qualifications:
  1. Prefer college degree, and/or experience working with people with disabilities.
  2. Must be able to pass required criminal background checks for adult/child abuse/neglect.
  3. Ability to effectively interact with professionals and people served.
  4. Must be aware of the various resources available within the agency, community, and state.
  5. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. 
  6. Must implement procedures as established by the agency.
  7. Must be able to pass a drug screening and work in a drug free workplace.


Responsibilities:

1. Maintain a caseload.

2. Provide orientation to new individuals and their families.

3. Coordinate and insure for the Individual's Ability One (JWOD) Performance Evaluation and work sampling.

4. Coordinate the interdisciplinary team in the development of the individualized service plan for people served.

a. Schedule meetings with external team members and support staff and notify all concerned of changes.

b. Prepare and complete the necessary documents for the service plan.

c. Facilitate the interdisciplinary team discussion.

d. Prepare the document for electronic filing.

e. Monitor all assessments and programs.

5. Maintain main record for people served.

6. Coordinate the delivery of services.

a. Notify team members of changes in the service plan.

b. Facilitate communication among team members.

c. Obtain any special services and/or documents needed when not available.

7. Monitor the implementation of the individualized service plan.

a. Review service plan at least monthly and verify the completion of each activity. Document Programming,

Behavior Support Plans, Monthly Reviews and supporting paperwork to include the Review of Systems

and Safety Assurance.

b. Perform file reviews for each individual served at least quarterly.

8. Perform advocacy-related activities for each person served.

a. Locate and refer to services necessary to address assessed needs.

9. Provide on-site guidance and problem solving to people served.

10. Assist in continuous process improvement of service coordination.

11. Attend, participate, and complete in-service activities relevant to the job function, including first aid and CPR.

12. Serve on committees as needed.

13. Report progress, problems or any information relevant to the person served to the Service Supervisor.

14. Complete required paperwork such as Behavior Incident Reports and Contact Summaries, Personal Outcome Measures, Ability One (JWOD), Work Skills     Evaluations, Behavior Analysis Data, data collection on goals and objectives, records of safety training and other reports as assigned.

15. Drive a route as needed or assigned.

16. Complete other duties as assigned.


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