30+ days ago


Salinas, CA


Employment Opportunity: Individual Placement Coordinator 

Full-time Position

Compensation: $17.00-$18.00 

Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm 

    IP Coordinator Job Summary:

    Job Summary:                                    

    Under the supervision of the Director of Employment Services, the IP Coordinator is responsible for assigned case management provided in the Vocational Services Program. This position also provides on the job training and support to clients in order to ensure long-term success in community employment. This position has supervisory duties.

    Essential Duties Include:  

    •  Guarantee services compliance with applicable State and Federal regulations.
    •  Ensure Individual’s rights are met and are of foremost importance.
    •  Ensure compliance with company programs, practices, and policies specific to program and client management.
    •  All employees are mandated reporters as such you are required to report all suspected incidents of abuse, neglect, and sexual assault in a timely and accurate manner.
    •  Ensure that Individuals are oriented and trained specific to the companies Safety Program including weekly safety meetings, drills, and maintain records.
    •  Understand and submit all paperwork as required by deadline including transportation paperwork, attendance, job coach notes, objective sheets, incident/accident reports, time studies and case management documentation.
    •  Provide individuals with continuous instructions for work specific to vocational growth and training objectives that guarantee and correspond with abilities and development.
    •  Adhere to internal operating procedures that include, preparing documents of daily cash records, inventory records and daily deposit of cash receipts.
    •  Assist Individuals served with coordination of transportation to and from the job site.
    •  Execute proper allocation of agency resources (product, space, time, people, etc.).
    •  Maintain a courteous, positive, enthusiastic, well-mannered and professional demeanor while working with Individuals served and the community.
    •  Develop and implement direct instruction plans for clients and Job Coaches.
    •  Ensure that Monthly Progress Reports are completed in a timely manner (Outcomes Report).
    •  Ensure each client-training schedule with the maximum number of hours authorized for each client.
    •  Maintain daily attendance log for assigned clients.
    •  Maintain positive communication with funding agencies, schools, families, and providers.
    •  Oversee client assessments to determine client goals, preferences and needs.
    •  Assure client plans are implemented, functional, and utilizing agency resources.
    •  Maintain timely documentation, transmittal and storage of client files and information.
    •  Attend all meetings related to the design or change of client services.
    •  Make certain that staff have accurate information regarding clients, and in a timely manner.
    •  Guarantee that staff is trained on how to complete data charts and all required reports.
    •  Implement client satisfaction surveys.

    Perks of becoming an Owl:

    NCI employees are self-motivated individuals who demonstrate and embrace our commitment to customer service. As we interface with employers, our employees represent NCI and provide the teamwork needed to form a lasting work relationship with our community partners. We believe that a cohesive, caring environment will empower our individuals to find success professionally and as well as personally.

    Making a Difference

    We create a positive impact & change for those we serve and the communities we live in. Achieving our mission as an agency: “Building Partnerships & Creating Choices”

    You'll Grow

    We have monthly trainings and want you to succeed in your role. We offer additional training for those who want to expand their knowledge.

    Rewarding Challenges

    Working in human service is more than a paycheck, it’s the opportunity to grow as an individual and to learn new skills to educate those we support.

    Good Benefits & Compensation

    •  Paid Group Life Insurance for Full-Time Employees
    •  Paid Time Off, Sick & Holiday Pay for Full-Time Employees
    •  Medical Insurance for Full-time Employees
    •  Voluntary Vision & Dental Insurance
    •  Nationwide 403(B) Retirement Plan

    Central Coast

    NCI provides the opportunity to work in multiple locations. We are in beautiful Paso Robles and far North as Salinas/ Monterey area. 

    Work with A Team

    The team is always looking to grow and support one another. We have outside team building events to empower and reflect on our mission as an agency.

    Education / Experience: 

    A high school education or equivalent is required. Previous experience working with developmentally disabled adults preferred.

    Qualifying Specifications: 

    Must have own vehicle, maintain a current California driver’s license and provide on-going proof of current state required auto insurance. Must have an acceptable driving record as determined by criteria established by the Agency’s insurance carrier. Must clear fingerprints through the California Department of Justice and FBI. The ability to successfully complete First Aid / CPR training is mandatory.

    Skills and Abilities Preferred: 

    Necessary for this position are compassion, patience, good communication, resourcefulness, and the ability to make sound decisions. Must have the ability to work with minimal supervision and prioritize workload. Strong English oral and written communication skills are required. Reading, writing, basic math skills, attention to detail for extended periods of time, repetition, problem solving, and the ability to motivate others.

    Physical Requirements: 

    Essential functions of this position require that employees regularly sit, stand, bend, twist and walk. Employees may occasionally be required to lift or move up to 50 lbs.