Community Job Coach North Aurora and Oak Park, IL, Full-Time

Community Job Coach North Aurora and Oak Park, IL, Full-Time

Community Job Coach North Aurora and Oak Park, IL


The community job coach is responsible for working with the job development and placement facilitator with the development of individualized training support plans that include, but are not limited to; student background information, contributions and strengths, disability, supports needed in the work environment, the task analysis, structure of the work environment, identifying adaptations, support strategies, natural cues, natural supports, training objectives, fading plan and reinforcement schedule.

The community job coach is responsible for the provision for customized instruction and structured intervention techniques and strategies to assist the student in learning to perform job tasks to the employer's specifications. The community job coach is also responsible for assisting the student in acquiring the interpersonal skills necessary to be accepted as a worker at the job site.

The community job coach will be responsible for completing related assessment, data collection, turning in daily documentation and other services to track progress and retain employment. This position reports to the Job Development and Placement Facilitator.


Four Year College Degree [Preferred]

Associate Degree

Para Professional Certification


Two years of experience in an educational environment or four years combined experience in a job outside of education.

Working Conditions:

Work may be performed in a variety of work settings with varying levels of cleanliness, heat, noise, dust, odors/fumes, etc.

Must be willing to work a flex schedule including weekends, nights, holidays

Must be willing and have the ability to adapt to new assignments and situations on short notice.

Clean driving record and must be able to drive student van


This position offers access to medical, dental, vision plans, 403(b), sick pay, holiday pay, and personal days. The salary range is comparable for the position and area, depending upon

certification / licensure and qualifications. All of our programs post their open teaching positions on our website and feature an easy-to-complete application process.


How to Apply: Complete an application on this web site:

Fax resume to Sharon Slover at 630.907.0197. E-mail resume to

Questions can be directed to Ms. Slover at the above e-mail address or 630-209-6338.