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Job Opportunities in Brain Injury Rehabilitation

In New Jersey:  Full-time and part-time cognitive rehabilitation therapists needed to provide one-to-one cognitive rehabilitation therapy and other community re-entry services to persons with brain injuries in the clients' home and communities.  Responsibilities include:

Developing individualized program plans to improve the client's functional capabilities in one or more of the following domains:  self-care, household management, community mobility, educational activities, vocational activities, parenting, and community involvement.

Implementing treatment plans and providing ongoing assessment of the individual's progress and needs.

Interfacing with family members, other providers, and case managers.

Encouraging the participation of the client in community activities, to promote improved psychosocial behavior and/or cognitive-communication skills and vocational performance.

Preparing daily notes and monthly progress reports.

Positions are available in Southern and Northern New Jersey.  A master's degree, licensure/certification, and experience in brain injury rehabilitation are preferred.  A car is required.  Community Skills Program offers a comprehensive benefits package, including health care benefits.  Reply to COGVOCREHAB@aol.com.  Please, no phone calls!  Click here for our Employment Application, which you can print, complete, and fax to (610) 376-3392. 

In Pennsylvania:  Part-time and full-time cognitive rehabilitation therapists needed immediately in Adams, Berks, Bucks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Delaware, Lancaster, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Schuylkill, and York counties, for a non-residential community-based brain injury rehab program.  Master's degree and experience in brain injury rehab are preferred.  Car required; services are delivered in our clients' home, community and/or workplace.  Please send resume and salary history to Sally Kneipp, Ph.D., CRC, director, Community Skills Program, 1150 Berkshire Boulevard, Suite 210, Wyomissing, PA  19610, fax to (610) 376-3392, or e-mail to PACOGVOCREHAB@aol.com.  Please, no phone calls!  Click here for our Employment Application, which you can print, complete, and fax, or mail to the address above.

Job Opportunities in Vocational Rehabilitation

For decades, Community Skills Program has been a provider of vocational services for the Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR), the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Workers' Compensation Programs, other organizations, and private insurance companies.  Community Skills Program currently offers individual and group services to the OVR district offices in Allentown, Harrisburg, Norristown, Philadelphia, Reading, and York.  New OVR initiatives (particularly pre-employment transition services) are underway to fulfill the mission of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).  Part-time and full-time vocational counselors/employment specialists are needed immediately to work with individuals with a variety of disabilities, particularly persons with Asperger's, mental health disorders, and brain injuries.  A master's degree, certification as a rehabilitation counselor, and experience in job development and placement are preferred; a bachelor's degree in a human services or rehabilitation discipline is the minimum requirement.  Please send resume and salary history to Sally Kneipp, Ph.D., CRC, director, Community Skills Program, 1150 Berkshire Boulevard, Suite 210, Wyomissing, PA  19610, fax to (610) 376-3392, or e-mail to PACOGVOCREHAB@aol.com.  Please, no phone calls!  Click here for our Employment Application, which you can print, complete, and fax, or mail to the address above.


 

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