The Employment Corporation is run by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of professionals, businesspersons, parents and persons with developmental disabilities.
Being a Board Member is a very rewarding position as well, since you will share ideas and work together as a team, to guide our staff and help individuals with developmental disabilities be given a fair and equal opportunity for employment.
If you are interested in serving on our volunteer Board of Directors, please contact the Employment Corporation office
Job Coaches work one on one with persons with developmental disabilities on the job. Coaches provide assistance and encouragement to the individual, while he/she learns their job duties. The role of the Job Coach is to train and coach the individual to the point where he/she can perform the duties and responsibilities of the job independently. Some Job Coaches are only needed until the individual becomes independent on the job; however, in some cases, Job Coaches will be needed to work one on one with the individual for as long as they are employed. A Job Coach position can be very challenging, yet rewarding. Job Coaches are very important to the individuals who are clients of our Employment Corporation. They play a key role in assisting these individuals in achieving independence, as well as improving self esteem and quality of life
If you are interested in becoming a Job Coach, please send us a resume by mail (address below) or you can email your resume to email@example.com