HANDS OF OPPORTUNITY (RCOC)
The Birth to Three Program Openings:
Part-time with possibility of full time serving children infants/toddlers with disabilities in the Birth to Three Program in Racine County. The social worker/service coordinator will be a member of an Early Intervention Team supporting infants and toddlers with developmental delays and their families in the child’s natural environment. The service coordinator is responsible for coordinating the intake and evaluations, development of IFSP, and assisting and enabling eligible children, birth to three years old, and their family's to receive early intervention services. In addition, the service coordinator assists the family in the transition process to services after three years of age, if needed. Bilingual skills are a plus.
Bachelor’s degree in human services field or related field and preferable experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities/delays in early intervention setting.
Please send resume to Racine County Opportunity Center, Inc., 4214 Sheridan Road, Racine, WI 53403 or contact Sheryl Hamilton at 262-554-5006, [email protected].
Equal opportunity employer.
The Child Development Center Openings:
We are currently seeking an experienced Lead Teacher for our infant/toddler classrooms! Responsibilities include: maintaining observations, portfolios, goal writing, and tracking child's development, creating and implement lesson plans and activities that are age appropriate and meet the individual levels of the children in their care, maintaining classroom cleanliness and environment to NAEYC standards. Up to 28.5 hours in a part time position that offers flexible scheduling and a great team environment. Must have an associate's degree or higher in early childhood and at least a Level 9 on the Wisconsin Registry. Training in WMELS, Pyramid and AED/CPR a plus but will train.
Please send your resume to Michelle Beegle, [email protected].
Equal opportunity employer.
Community Placement Program / Job Development & Placement Openings:
Vocational Job Coach / Systematic Instructor
A Job Coach is someone who has an expertise in determining the career path of an individual with disabilities through assessment and gathered data/information. This person supports people with disabilities in the work environment and help them learn specific and non-specific tasks.
- It is the main task of a Job Coach to help clients in adapting to different work settings to build up their workplace skills.
- A Job Coach works closely with employment specialists to ascertain the performance concerns in a workplace of a client.
- A Job Coach sets up meetings with clients to conduct performance review and tries to resolve any arising concerns.
- A Job Coach should be able to monitor the improvements of the clients and offer coaching to the clients when necessary.
This job demands the professional to work productively even under pressure or stressful situations. The ability work on details is also needed for this type of job as a Job Coach. Great communication skill is necessary as Job Coaches typically interacts with multiple people in the community. Professionalism is a must.
Certificate or diploma beyond high school desired. Preferred college coursework and/or experience in human service field preferred. College students and intern students are urged to apply.
Candidates will be required to pass a pre-employment background check, pre-employment drug screen and must possess a good driving record.
Individuals with food service training background urged to apply. Individuals with experience working with people with disabilities urged to apply.
Please email resumes, cover letters, and references to Manager of Adult Vocational Services : Jaime Dieter, [email protected].
RCOC, Inc is fully committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and to attracting, retaining, developing and promoting the most qualified employees without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by state or local law. We are dedicated to providing a work environment free from discrimination and harassment, and where employees are treated with respect and dignity. When a conflict occurs, the company promptly addresses the matter. Should an employee feel they have been unfairly treated, they should report the matter to the Executive Director.