Job Coach Substitute

<strong>When you work at The Arc of San Diego, it&rsquo;s not just a job&hellip; you&rsquo;re joining a community and making a difference.</strong>

San Diego, CA

The Arc of San Diego

<h4><strong>MISSION</strong></h4> <p>The Arc of San Diego supports and empowers people with disabilities to achieve their life goals.</p> <h4><strong>VISION</strong></h4> <p>The Arc of San Diego will be the premier provider of services to persons with disabilities. We will be an advocate for diversity of opportunities, enhancing individual life choices as a member of the community.</p>

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Part Time

$19.00 to $19.40 per hour.

Overview: As a Job Coach substitute you will play a vital role in supporting a small group (usually a 1:3 ratio) of individuals at their work site. Job coach substitutes, will fill in for a regular job coach's when they are unavailable due to illness, vacation, or other reasons. The substitute job coach performs all the duties and responsibilities of a regular job coach during their absence, ensuring continuity of support for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities at their work site.<br /> <p><strong>Who You Are:</strong></p> <ul> <li>You believe in empowering individuals to live their most independent lives.</li> <li>You are flexible and adaptable to different situations.</li> <li>You have an educator mindset and enjoy helping others learn and grow.</li> <li>You take pride in being a reliable and inclusive member of a team.</li> </ul>
Responsibilities: <ul> <li>Provide culturally appropriate direct support to individuals using person-centered approaches and strategies.</li> <li>Ensure completion of work tasks as required by the employer and/or established procedures.</li> <li>Provide ongoing training to clients throughout the workday as needed.</li> <li>Communicate effectively and professionally with employers and other employees at the work site.</li> <li>Demonstrate appropriate work behaviors at all times.</li> <li>Complete electronic documentation prior to the end of shifts.</li> </ul>
Requirements: <p><strong>Requirements for Success:</strong></p> <ul> <li>High school diploma or general education degree (GED).</li> <li>Valid CA Driver&rsquo;s License with a clean driving record.</li> <li>Immediate access to a vehicle with working seatbelts to transport participants.</li> <li>Comfort driving a full-size van with multiple passengers.</li> <li>Ability to lift 50 lbs and move up to 75 lbs.</li> <li>High comfort in using multiple computer/mobile device programs.</li> <li>Ability to translate employer needs to individuals with disabilities.</li> <li>Willingness to adhere to dress and appearance standards.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Preferred Qualifications:</strong></p> <ul> <li>6 or more months of prior hands-on experience with persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities.</li> <li>Proficiency in multiple languages (English, Spanish, Tagalog).</li> <li>Experience with electronic case management systems (e.g., Therap).</li> <li>Experience with individual service plans and goal development.</li> <li>Experience and comfort in handling the duties you will be teaching and supporting (e.g., food service, janitorial).</li> </ul> <p>If you are passionate about making a difference in people's lives and possess the qualities and qualifications we are looking for, we encourage you to apply. Join us in our mission to empower individuals with disabilities and help them achieve their full potential.</p>