Employment Specialist (Job Coach/ Job Developer)

Delta Projects is looking for an experienced Employment Specialist to join our team!  Reporting to the Director of Community Based Day Supports, the Employment Specialist is responsible for a full continuum of employment support services to provide meaningful competitive, supported and volunteer employment opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities in our day program.  The ideal candidate has a background in job coaching and job development.


  • Identify competitive integrated job opportunities for individuals on your caseload by networking and conducting outreach to local employers and providing education on the benefits of hiring a person with a disability. Maintain positive relationships with employers.
  • Conduct activities to prepare individuals for work/job search, through individual and group meetings, assessments, activities, workshops, work experiences (in-house jobs, volunteering, job-shadowing, group supported employment, individual competitive employment), etc.
  • Provide/arrange for necessary job supports to ensure success before, during and post placement (including long-term follow-up) and ensure case files are complete, accurate and up to date (progress notes, ISP documentation, evaluation reports, signed consents, etc.).
  • Act as primary employment liaison for the individual, employer, and multi-disciplinary team (family, group home, DDS Service Coordinator, clinical, etc.) before, during and post placement. Responsible for regular contact and scheduled check-ins, communicating through verbal/written documentation and case conferences.
  • Provide travel training and/or transport participants to and from interviews/work when necessary.
  • Work as part of the CBDS team, developing community sites, coordinating schedules and activities, and providing direct support coverage for the program as needed.
  • Flexible schedule, primarily Mon-Fri, with occasional evenings or weekends as job placements require.


  • Previous experience working with individuals with disabilities
  • Previous experience in marketing, job development or outside sales preferred
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and professional demeanor/appearance
  • Proficient in using MS Office, navigating internet and social media
  • Ability to work flexible hours including occasional evenings and weekends
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and the ability to use personal vehicle for business purposes
  • Qualifying criminal background and driving record
  • HS Diploma or equivalency required. Bachelor’s degree in related human service or business field preferred.

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