The Vocational Trainer is responsible for implementing and documenting rehabilitation and work plans and maintaining safety standards at one of Monarch’s work centers. Responsibilities include vocational training and oversight of participants (individuals with disabilities) at Monarch work centers or job sites. Manufacturing and/or janitorial work may also be required under contract at a contract site or at a Monarch work-center site. Incumbents are responsible for the implementation of quality control standards, inventory controls and meeting rehabilitation goals. Under the supervision of their Lead Production Supervisor and/or Operations Manager, a Vocational Trainer is responsible for maintaining agency standards (e.g. quality, quantity and safety) consistent with the terms of Monarch contracts and agreements while using this work to provide vocational training to participants.
1. & nbsp; Provides work-direction for all assigned participants ensuring that workers adequately perform all job duties daily. Initiates training and controls to ensure compliance with workplace safety and OSHA regulations.
2. Implement plans to achieve quality and quantity results consistent with Monarch contract and budget agreements.
3. Provides vocational training to participants.
4. Implement operations and controls to ensure compliance with Local, State and Federal environmental regulations.
5. Implement operations and controls to ensure compliance with Local, State and Federal regulations for providing career services to people with developmental disabilities.
6. Operate motor vehicles, as assigned, required for warehouse operations.
7. Implement systems, as assigned, to maintain inventory controls.
8. Completes accurate payroll and turns it in on time.
9. Works flexible hours, days, evenings, weekends and holidays as necessary in order to meet the needs of individuals served.
10. May be required to arrive at a job site without the use of a company vehicle if not transporting a crew.
11. May be responsible for providing safe transportation of employees to and from work-sites in Agency owned vehicles. This includes daily completion of vehicle checklists.
12. Must maintain job-required certifications and/or licenses.
13. Provides crisis intervention for assigned workers. May provide emergency home contact.
14. Performs regular preventative maintenance checks and repairs as needed.
15. Supports the Goals and Mission of Arc of Onondaga County. Ensures that your communications and personal performance reflect the Agency’s commitment to teamwork, compliance with policies and procedures and respect for consumers and staff.
16. Computer and office technology expertise that is required to fulfill job responsibilities and assignments.
17. Attends and participates in required Arc meetings, staff development and training programs.
18. Establishes and provides clear and legible documentation and compliance records required by Arc and other government agencies.
19. Provides other job-related support and services as required or assigned by management.
Note – Requirements 1 - 18 are Essential Job Requirements
Education & Experience Requirements
· &nb sp; High School Diploma.
· One - two years of related experience prefered.
· &n bsp; Combination of education and experience which, in the judgement of the employer, equals above standards.
· &nbs p; May require eligibility for NYS DMV Regulation 19(A) and CDL Class C NYS driver’s license with a driving record acceptable to the Agency’s insurance carrier.