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Per-Diem Site Supervisor/Job Coach -CCQ058 - On Call as needed
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Job Details
Job Location
Clean Corp Queens - Queens Village, NY
Position Type
Per Diem
Education Level
High School
Job Shift
Evening & Day
Job Category
Nonprofit - Social Services
Position Summary:Responsible for driving, teaching, assisting and monitoring Project CLEAN participants. Assist participants in the implementation of training objectives to develop necessary work skills, in order to achieve employment goals. Responsible for providing necessary support to workers/ students on and/ off their work site. Responsible for performing tasks related to Project CLEAN and Clean Corp. commercial contracts and for ensuring customers/employers satisfaction.
Essential Accountabilities:
+ Maintain accurate record of workers attendance, work sites and working hours.
+ Maintain accurate record of face to face meetings on and/or off job sites.
+ Assist in the development of employment plans.
+ Work closely with each participant to assess their needs and strengths in order to successfully transition into a work site.
+ Generate monthly progress reports based on participant s assessments and employment plan.
+ Ensure your review of progress reports with each participant to assess their chosen goal(s) and needed interventions.
+ Submit all documentation (progress reports, daily vouchers, activity logs, vehicle reports) monthly.
+ Provide direct support on and off work sites, utilizing transitional techniques to empower the workers and promote gradual functional independence.
+ Ensure SAFETY in every aspect of the program by means of:
+ reinforcing rules and regulations re: appropriate verbal and non verbal behaviors.
+ ensuring that agency vehicles are in good operating condition.
+ ensuring passengers safety.
+ demonstrating proper ways to bend, carry, lift and kneel.
+ demonstrate and discuss the standard janitorial and grounds keeping procedures to cleaners and staff.
+ Assisting participants to comprehend the appropriate usage/procedures of chemicals or other products by reading product labels and write specific instructions in form of tasks analysis.
+ Demonstrate how to operate all floor care and grounds keeping equipmemt safely and professionally.
+ Perform hands on assistance on job sites (show /tell /do /review).
+ Able and willing to learn and demonstrate various types of work skills to program participants
+ Required to lift/move heavy objects (i.e. load/unload equipment into van/truck; carry heavy supplies/boxes
+ Required to climb a ladder if necessary (i.e. change a light bulb; clean surfaces of high dusting).
+ Provide crisis intervention, work support and counseling as needed.
+ Assess workers needs to assure quality of work and job performance of workers.
+ Interface with Employers/Customers to ensure satisfaction with participant/workers performance
+ Drive work crew to and from various pick-up points and work sites.
+ Log all trips in van chart and report vehicle needs (gas, repairs) to immediate supervisor.
+ Teach and demonstrate how to maintain on-going inventory of supplies prior to and from job sites.
+ Teach and demonstrate how to safely load and unload vans and store equipment properly.
+ Ensure quality of work, job performance and job satisfaction of employees and employers/customers.
+ Discuss/brainstorm with vocational team possible accommodations to facilitate job retention
+ Educate participants on the Americans with Disabilities Act , Pros and Cons of disclosure and respect workers choice Not To Disclose.
+ Educate participants how to advocate for themselves and how to communicate/respond to employers/customers, co-workers and/or government agencies
+ Provide participants with information on government agencies, legal services, Mental Health services, and/or entitlements.
+ Advocate on participants behalf regarding residential, clinical, legal, entitlements and/or case management services.
+ Provide travel training to participants, if necessary
+ Must be able to drive agency vehicles and travel to various worksites with the use of a map and an address.
+ Must be able to transport self to various facilities to attend and participate in meetings/trainings at various sites that require following different routes and means of travel.
+ Must be able to read labels and retain the information to ensure proper use and safety of chemicals or other products in the work place.
+ Maintain confidentiality at all times.
+ This does not limit the assignment of duties or exclude the performance of other duties, not mentioned, as assigned by supervisor.
+ Attend staff meetings, daily utilization of computer e mail and cell phones to ensure good communication is maintained.
+ On Call 24 /7 also responsible to cover ANY shift for ANY Clean Corp staff absences in ANY borough.
+ Required to supervise Job Coaching staff and generate Quality Assurance Reports for multiple sites.
+ Interface with Clean Corp customers and develop Correction Plans.
+ Meet weekly with immediate supervisor to discuss issues and brainstorm suggestions and solutions.
A high school diploma or GED is required. A varied and successful work history in competitive employment settings Knowledge of employer expectations of employee performance and workplace behaviors Knowledge of VESID requirements. A minimum of 2 years experience in providing vocational services to individuals with a history of a Mental Illness preferred. NYS Driver s License is required.
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