Vocational Support Specialist (Omaha)
Vocational Support Specialists are the “Entrepreneurs of Omaha”. They provide services to individuals who have been diagnosed with a developmental or intellectual disability, mental illness, emotional and behavioral problems within the home and vocational setting. The Vocational Support Specialist will specifically run behavioral intervention strategies that are geared toward teaching prevocational, vocational, and habilitative skills. The Vocational Support Specialist will implement behavioral modification methods of behavior change; they will model acceptable adult role behaviors and carry out vocational and daily task expectations. The Vocational Support Specialist will teach (through role modeling, role play) social skills, independent living skills, vocational skills, and recreational skills, etc. The Vocational Support Specialist will review and utilize the individual’s safety plan, functional behavioral assessment, and behavioral programs. High school diploma required; Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
*Absent valid medical condition or sincerely held religious belief preventing COVID-19 vaccination, all applicants must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination by providing their Center for Disease Control vaccination card. Photographs, photocopies, or other reproductions are not acceptable.