Employment Consultant

Digest topic: Jobs & Internships


organization:Trillium Employment Services
position summary:

Trillium Employment Services is currently looking for an Employment Consultant to join our Clark County team in Vancouver Washington. Trillium staff focus on support to both the business and the employee that will ensure job retention and career growth. The Employment Consultant is responsible for all activities, both direct and indirect that are necessary to support a person with a disability on-the-job. These include: job development activities, job and task analysis, co-worker and supervisor orientation and training, recruitment of qualified applicants, coordination of transportation and residential assistance, and on-the-job precision training and support. The Employment Consultant focuses on strengthening the employer-employee relationship to ensure stability on the job. Send resume and cover letter to [email protected]

Salary / Pay Rate:starts at 28,000 per year
Required Skills and Abilities: A Bachelor's Degree and at least two years of experience in teaching skills to individuals with disabilities. • Knowledge, ability and desire to work respectfully with people with disabilities • Ability to relate to a diverse set of situations and individuals • Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, orally and in writing • Self-directed and can work independently • Outgoing and confident in approaching employers on behalf of people with disabilities • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications • Willing to work all shifts, weekends and holidays if necessary • Valid Washington State Driver's License and proof of vehicle liability insurance. • Ability to complete background investigation in order to ascertain whether criminal convictions exist for crimes against persons. • Certification in first aid and CPR no later than three months from the initial date of hire. • Compliance/completion of form I-9, Immigration and Naturalization Services as required by law. • Must obtain a favorable driving abstract from the Department of Motor Vehicles
Qualifications:A Bachelor's Degree and at least two years of experience in teaching skills to individuals with disabilities.
Education Required:College degree
website link:www.trillium.org