Status: Full-time position
Location: Farmington, NM; Roswell, NM; Albuquerque, NM
Job Summary: Goodwill is looking to fill three open Job Developer positions.
Qualifications: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and or abilities required for the position. Individuals must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug test. Individuals must have a valid New Mexico driver’s license, liability insurance, insurability under the agency insurance carrier, dependable vehicle and a clean driving record.
Associate’s Degree in Social work or related field.
Two years’ experience working with individuals with disabilities or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to acquire CPR and First Aid certification.
Bilingual is preferred.
Duties: This list of duties and responsibilities is illustrative only of the tasks performed by this position and is not all-inclusive.
Adherence to the attendance and punctuality policies of Goodwill
Exhibit excellent customer service skills as related to your position
Develops and maintains contact with new and existing businesses.
Educates the business community of the benefits of using GINM’s participants; including tax considerations (e.g., Work Opportunity Tax Credit), on-site job coaching, follow-up services, on-the-job training, and information concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Assesses the persons served job strengths, abilities and possible barriers and develops a customized job search plan to help participants secure and retain competitive community employment.
Maintains current knowledge of changes in the local community with respect to labor market trends, income levels, the business community, and other community agencies.
Maintains communication with other agencies or organizations to include DVR, APS, Adelante, DOL, Chamber of Commerce, UNM, etc.
Performs a job site analysis at potential work sites and ensures the accuracy and completeness of employer’s questionnaire.
Attains goal of making at least twenty contacts per week and maintains current file of employers contacted.
Assists in meeting monthly and annual program goals and objectives including number of persons served and placed; meets annual individual placement and persons served goals (this number will vary according to program, goals and at the discretion of the Program Coordinator and Department Director).
Performs Job Coach duties as needed.
Manages participant files and provides accurate documentation for services including case and contact notes.
Completes accurate and timely billing of services.
Develops partnerships with local business to educate employers and create top-of-mind and preferred hiring status for GINM participants.
Maintains accurate records and documentation through narrative, statistical and financial reporting to meet GINM, State and CARF standards; prepares departments monthly reports.
Responsible to gather satisfaction survey data from participants, funders, employers and other stakeholders.
Ensures HIPAA compliance.
Responsible for the safety of all persons served and staff under his/her supervision.
Responsible for CARF compliance and maintaining standards in areas of responsibility.
Implements CARF standards into all programs and follows professional ethics as set in the Code of Conduct/Business Ethics policy.
Maintains confidentiality of all privileged information.
Performs other incidental and related duties as required and assigned.
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