301 Howard Street, 7th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
Under the general supervision of the Team Manager, Staff Services Manager I, in the San Francisco District/San Bruno Branch of the Vocational Rehabilitation Employment Division/Specialized Services Division, and working cooperatively with program units and supervisors throughout the District, the Staff Services Analyst , Service Coordinator (SSA-SC) in a working capacity provides a variety of analytical support related to planning, arranging, coordinating and monitoring the vocational rehabilitation services available to consumers to enable them to become employed, live independently, and have equality in the communities in which they live and work.
The San Francisco District is responsible for service delivery of Federal Title I Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program. The services assist eligible individuals in achieving their employment goals by providing training, assistive technology, supported employment and job placement support. District staff will also conduct eligibility determinations for applicants for services and direct post-employment services for individuals who find jobs as a result of DOR services.
The SSA-SC will assess, analyze and prepare recommendations to present to SVRC, QRP for Individualized Plan for Employment (IPE) development to guide consumers to all available resources specific to each individual consumer; implement desired course of action as approved by the SVRC, QRP in the IPE within framework established by the supervisor and the program. The incumbent will collect, review, analyze, and research information related to case activity in order to facilitate assessments for eligibility, priority for services determination, request for re-evaluation, IPE, and case closure by the SVRC, QRP. As well as conduct interviews and consult with departmental staff, employers, and others to give and secure information to ensure federal and state compliance in provision of VR services.
• Working knowledge of the Department's vocational rehabilitation service delivery processes and activities;
• Familiarity and/or experience working with medical, psychological, educational, social, rehabilitation technology, and employment terminology related to DOR applicants and consumers;
• Knowledge of department's mission and goals;
• Experience communicating with and providing information regarding DOR services to applicants and consumers;
• The ability to communicate and develop effective working relationships with staff at all levels within the Department, with DOR applicants and consumers, and other internal and external stakeholders.
WHO MAY APPLY: Individuals who have list, transfer or reinstatement eligibility for appointment to the above class. In order to be considered for this position, please state the basis of your eligibility (e.g., transfer, list, reinstatement) in Section 12 of the application (Form STD 678). Employment provisions as outlined by the Department of Personnel Administration's State Restriction of Appointments (SROA) policy will prevail. May also consider a Training & Development assignment when applicable.
For a complete job description, please contact Darlene Rutkowski, District Administrator, at 415-904-7151 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. All interested applicants must submit a standard State Application Form STD 678 (with original signature), and must clearly indicate the basis of their eligibility in Section 12 (Explanation) of the STD 678. In addition to the State Application Form STD 678, applicants must also submit a cover letter and resume.
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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