Ken’s Krew, Inc., a well-established and growing non-profit agency that places and trains young adults with neurodevelopmental disabilities in competitive employment, is looking for a part-time vocational coordinator to support operations. The vocational training coordinator will work with the Director of Vocational Training to provide employment supports to young adults with neurodevelopmental disabilities. This job requires working independently with the assistance of a regional team.
In the state of Pennsylvania candidate must be able to cover Chester, Montgomery, Delaware, and Philadelphia counties.
In the state of NY candidate must be able to cover the Five Boroughs-Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island
In the state of MI candidate must be able to cover Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties.
In the state of CT candidate must be able to cover New Haven, Fairfield and Danbury
Additional information about Ken’s Krew can be found in the following pages and www.kenskrew.org
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Ken’s Krew is a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
- Review program application and required supplemental documentation
- Assess applicants’ suitability for the program, including an intake, interview with the applicant, an in-store assessment, and collaboration with individual support system.
- Train the successful applicant one-on-one at the job site until the applicant is able to work independently.
- Create spaces and procedures that will keep participants safe during all activities and address any safety concerns immediately
- Create natural support systems to fit the needs of each participant
- Complete training reports for all workers during the intensive training process
- Assist individuals in retaining employment through retrains and soft skills training
- Liaison with employer and document any concerns or incidents, as well as, develop a plan to address any concern or issues
- Conduct an ongoing social skills/soft skills education program for Ken’s Krew workers
- Network with state and local agencies, special education departments in school districts, parent groups, and community organizations to find appropriate applicants
- Collaborate with corporate partners and meet with management to ensure program fidelity
- Serve as a liaison between workers, their families, corporate partners, and other KKI staff
- Participate in weekly conference calls and attend all staff meetings and trainings, as assigned
- Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Social Work, Rehabilitation, Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology or related field
- Minimum 5 years of experience teaching/working with individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities
- Experience teaching job skills in community-based settings preferred
- Must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation