A Job Coach is an individual who is employed to help people with disabilities learn, accommodate, and perform their work duties. A Job Coach may work with individuals one-on-one and/or in a small group. In addition to working on skills related to performing specific job tasks, a job coach also helps with interpersonal skills necessary in the workplace including, but not limited to: Verbal communication, Non-verbal communication, Listening skills, Negotiation, Problem-solving, Decision-making, and Assertiveness. The Job Coach reports to the Director of Hope and Thrive Academy.
- Must have a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent.
- Minimum age requirement is 18.
- Experience working with individuals with disabilities is preferred.
- Must have the physical health and capacity to demonstrate regular job attendance.
- Must be able to drive a car/van and possess a class D Tennessee operator’s license.
- Must have reliable transportation and auto insurance.
- The position involves a risk of exposure to communicable diseases; therefore, the employee must be familiar with/and practice Universal Health Precautions.
- Must subscribe to the Agency’s Statement of Faith, Mission Statement and Ministry Values.
- Must demonstrate an awareness of and sensitivity to the various cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of the clients.
Holston Home for Children, founded in 1895, provides hope and healing for a brighter future by sharing the love of Jesus to children and their families struggling with life’s challenges.
To learn more about Holston’s ministry and services, please visit our website at https://www.holstonhome.org/.
Holston Home for Children offers a robust benefits package including Medical, Dental, and Vision benefits. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please send your resume to Careers@HolstonHome.org