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Adult Disability Instructor
The Adult Disability Instructor will be responsible for instructing and facilitating learning for individuals who have barriers to work such as those with physical and intellectual disabilities and displaced workers. Instructors will assist individuals in accessing computer technology and applications training using our web-based curriculum. The instructor will also teach and facilitate the instruction of soft-skills, job-readiness, and communication.
Instructors must be web/computer savvy and able to communicate with individuals, case managers and their guardians.
- Full-time work from 8am-3pm, Monday-Friday.
- Instruct, supervise, coach and assist individuals in the development of computer technology and applications, work-ready skills and soft skills in accordance with the individual’s plan and assigned curriculum.
- Collaborate with the Administrator and team to coordinate instructional activities to enhance learning and achievement; provide recommendations concerning methods, plans and strategies for enhancing opportunities for participants.
- Complete necessary information for meetings, daily documentation on individual’s progress, incident reports or other required forms or logs as assigned.
- Participate along with the team in developing future curriculum to enhance the program.
- Ensure the environment is safe, clean, productive, comfortable and stimulating.
- Provide continuous supervision of assigned individuals and know their whereabouts at all times.
- Attend and participate in various ISP meetings, conferences and address related issues, and identify participants’ needs.
- Transport individuals using either the company vehicle or personal vehicle only when necessary.
- Perform related duties as assigned by the Administrator to meet the particular needs of the participants.
Required Skills and Qualifications
- Solid computer skills and ability in Microsoft Office (2019 & 365) and virtual meeting platforms (ex: Google Hangout, Zoom).
- Experience in Microsoft Office applications
- Must know or be familiar with Google Suite and Gmail and how to access and use a computer and the internet.
- Must be highly organized and able to maintain confidentiality
- Experience with computer-based learning
- Effective in-person, written and oral communications skills.
- Must have good presentation skills.
- Must be able to think quickly and clearly and have a high level of problem-solving skills.
- Willingness for ongoing professional development that supports program success.
- Clean Background
- Valid driver’s license with fewer than 6 points in the last 2 years on your record.
- Must have a high school diploma or higher education.
- At least 1 years of working with students or adults with developmental disabilities in a vocational rehabilitation workshop or center environment.
- Strong interest in working with individuals who have barriers to work such as a disability, particularly those with social and emotional needs
What Onebridge Support Services can offer you:
- Paid training online and offline
- Implementation coach to assist with implementing the curriculum and best practices.
- Employee referral bonus program
- Voluntary benefits which includes vision, dental, disability and life insurance, critical illness insurance, accident insurance, hospital insurance).
- Employee discount program
- Other generous benefits and perks!
Onebridge Support Services is a company that provides supports and innovative day and vocational rehabilitation services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We have over 15 years of experience in the human service industry. We pair caring services and web-based training and technology to help people reach the POSSIBLE.
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $14.25 per hour
Contract Community Developer-Remote
We are committed to assisting people in finding jobs and advancing in the contemporary workplace so that they can prosper in the businesses that employ them and in the communities they live in. We strongly emphasize the concept of “Love through service,” emphasizing a person-centered mentality to support both individuals and businesses. The Community Developer is responsible for upholding this idea, making sure that all services are rendered truthfully and in accordance with the rules, regulations, and policies of our partners, as well as for the obligations outlined below.
We are hiring two positions. One for the westside of Cuyahoga County and the other for the Eastside of Cuyahoga County.
Community Developer Responsibilities:
Establishing and sustaining relationships with local businesses to facilitate the provision of services, including but not limited to the following services:
- Career Exploration
- Community Based Assessments
- Work Adjustments
- Job Development (Tiers I,II,III or hourly)
- Other Services as contracted
- Make sure all services are offered honestly and in a way that benefits the clients as well as the business or community.
- Ensure that those assigned to sites adhere to the vocational objective, and adjust services as necessary to meet the requirements of referral sources.
- Make sure there is weekly contact with the team and the referral source via phone, email, internet, or in-person.
- Support people in seeking jobs or participating in community activities that are in line with their unique treatment plan.
- Within 90 days after hiring, work toward obtaining CESP and additional expert credentials.
- Form and maintain trustworthy connections with the local businesses in order to address their recruiting needs by filling their permanent positions or temporary positions via a training program.
- Help all those you serve with pre-employment tasks like creating resumes, signing up with OMJ and interviewing techniques.
- As needed, offer on-the-job assistance to make sure the person gets the training and resources they need to develop their capacity for independent employment.
- Create and revise a personal service plan as necessary.
Community Developer Requirements:
- A four-year college bachelor’s degree, 2 years of relevant work experience, or equivalent training.
- Experience with aligning skills and abilities to the employer’s needs and job requirements.
- Proficient with using Microsoft Office, conducting remote interviews, as well as teleconference services, video chats, word processing, and other sophisticated computer skills.
- Previous experience with delivering first-rate customer service in previous roles.
- CESP or CRC required or qualified to take within 90 days
Community Developer Deliverables:
(Note: Deliverables are reviewed in a quarterly basis)
- After a referral is assigned, personal outreach is finished within 2 business days to schedule services.
- Completed intakes for 10-15 people (or as assigned).
- Keep case notes and paperwork up to date every week (daily preferred)
- Demonstrate billing is completed within 3 days of the services being finished.
- Create and maintain business connections to supply services and promote workplace involvement.
- On an ongoing basis communicate about your progress, training needs, and your involvement with Onebridge as a contractor and a part of the community.
- Provide acceptance, inclusion, and optimism while upholding and maintaining Onebridge Center’s goal and values, you can show that you have leadership qualities.
Community Developer Compensation:
- Generous Pay based on contract (percentage) – No Cap
- Flexible Schedule
- Work from Home\Community
Pay: $45,000.00 – $85,000.00 per year or more depending on performance
- Flexible schedule
- Professional development assistance
- Day shift