Job Summary: (Minimum knowledge, skills and abilities required)
The essential function of the position is to coach and train students with disabilities in necessary work and life skills. The position is responsible for providing successful learning experiences for assigned students appropriate to age, grade level and individual capacity; maintaining accurate work records, and performing related tasks as assign.
Assists in preparing students for joining the work force after graduation. Plans and provides work simulation activities and tasks as appropriate. Assists the Transition Coordinator in identifying and securing jobs for students in the community. Develops work schedules for students in cooperation with Transition Coordinator. Instructs, supervises, and evaluates the performance of students at job sites in the school(s) and community. Visits sites weekly to speak to supervisors and evaluate progress. Transport’s students to and from job sites, as needed, in a UCP vehicle. Establishes a positive cooperative working relationship with work site employers and supervisors. Participates in helping students plan transitions from school to work. Maintains records of work accomplished, hours worked and student performance, ensuring student confidentiality. Collects data and provides documentation for services. Other duties as assigned.