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Position Summary:

As a Job Coach, you will have more than just a job—you will have the opportunity to directly impact someone’s life for the better! You will support individuals in achieving successful employment outcomes through job coaching and employment skills training on-the-job. Every day brings a new opportunity to learn, teach and support while promoting the success of full inclusion in the community.


Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Accompany individuals to various work sites and analyze the environment for quality and safety 

  • Assess client skills, work preferences, and training needs through screening and assessments

  • Observe the client's abilities, identify areas for improvement, and develop training plans. Break job duties and assignments into specific steps to facilitate learning

  • Monitor quality of work to ensure it adheres to industry standards and all tasks are completed within acceptable time frames

  • Provide feedback and assistance to increase productivity and encourage positive work behavior

  • Coach and counsel individuals on workplace issues/concerns, and advocate for them when needed

  • Assist individuals in completing work-related paperwork, such as time cards, time off requests, tax forms, and benefits enrollment

  • Assist employers with training supported employees on the job

  • Maintain good relationships with employers and workplace supervisors, and act as a liaison between employers, workplace supervisors, and individuals

  • Assist with developing individual and group placement employment opportunities for participants by developing consistent contact with local businesses

  • Assist in developing and implementing an individualized plan for coaching participants to work more independently, with the eventual goal of complete self-sufficiency

  • Actively participate in meetings and discussions regarding an individual's progress

  • Documents and recommends any action necessary to overcome employment barriers

  • Immediately notifies upper management of special incidents, grievance filings, etc and respond to incidents in accordance with policies and training 

  • Maintain accurate records, daily logs, and reports


  • Possess minimum of High School Diploma or G.E.D

  • Currently studying for a postsecondary or advanced degree in Psychology, Sociology, Social Work or other related fields

  • Prior experience supporting or instructing individuals with disabilities is preferred

  • Strong oral, written, and computer skills

  • Conduct themselves in a professional, responsible and reliable manner

  • Have a motivation to learn new skills and help people

  • Demonstrate honesty and respect

  • Adhere to written support plans for clients

  • Possess a reliable automobile and be willing to transport clients

  • CPR/First Aid/AED certification within first two weeks of employment

  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, kneel, squat, and lift 25 lbs.

  • Successfully pass a Live Scan DOJ/FBI background check

  • Possess valid California Driver's license and provide a current driving record issued by the DM

  • Provide proof of current car insurance

  • Provide High School Diploma and/or other qualifying certificates


Important Details:
  • Full-Time and Part-Time Hours Available

  • Sunday - Saturday Schedule up to 30 hours per week

What We Offer You:
  • On-the-job training, career development and advancement opportunities

  • A rewarding work environment

  • Meaningful relationships with your co-workers and the individuals we serve

  • Dynamic work environment, no day is ever the same as the next

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to

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