Here at BAMSI, we recognize that our employees are our greatest
resource! Are you ready to make a difference? Become a BAMSI
Community Employment Specialists at BAMSI's Brockton Employment
Services provide neccesary support to enable individuals with
developmental disabilities to acquire and maintain community based
employment in business and industry. Support provided includes job
development, providing one-to-one training to clients as well as
ongoing supervision to ensure acquisition of job related skills and
responsibilities and facilitating and developing positive relations
between the consumer, the consumers coworkers and
Brockton Employment Services
assists individuals with developmental and intellectual
disabilities to secure community-based employment designed to meet
their interests, skills, and abilities
Must have a high school diploma or GED with at least 2 years of
work or life experience providing services to individuals with
disabilities. A valid driver's license in state of residence and
own means of transportation is required.
BAMSI is a private, non-profit culturally diverse human services
organization providing services to adults and children with
developmental disabilities, mental illness, behavioral health, and
public health needs. We at BAMSI believe that those we serve are
capable of amazing things and deserve our best. We support
them in their journeys and celebrate their accomplishments along
We strive to offer valuable benefits that promote a healthy
work/life balance and add value to our employees’ lives. Our
comprehensive benefits include:
Time Off Package
- up to 4
weeks combined vacation, personal and cultural holiday
- 11 paid
- up to 2
weeks Sick Time
Specialized Paid Trainings including opportunity to earn
- Health and
- Life, Short
Term and Long Term Disability Insurance
- 403B plan
with discretionary match
*Available benefits are based on position and scheduled
job sites and negotiate with companies for Supported Employment
consultation with the Program Manager, match individuals served
with appropriate job opportunities.
trainings related to supporting persons with developmental
disabilities and/or acquired brain injuries.
and enhance current curriculum; design, and develop new curriculum
focusing on developing vocational skills, drivers’ and career
teaching methodologies which address kinesthetic and hands on
a safe learning environment and utilize positive reinforcement to
motivate clients to learn.
attendance, competencies acquired by clients and effectiveness of
courses using Brockton Employment Services database and evaluation
one-to-one supports to individuals to meet any challenges,
including emergency procedures as required.
ongoing consumer training and supervision as required to ensure all
needed skills are acquired in order to successfully maintain
in developmental task analyses.
and implement work components of behavior management programs and
vocational training when employer assigns new tasks to a consumer
and info9rm supervision of these changes as they occur.
individuals in maintaining quality job performance, consistent with
quality standards of employers by modeling appropriate adherence to
policies and procedures of companies.
closely and cooperatively with company managers and/or
policies and procedures of specific companies.
in individual evaluations and monthly progress updates as
opportunities for individuals’ integration and use of natural
appropriate assistance to ensure the safety and mobility of
individuals at their jobs.
in crisis situations as needed or assigned.
identify the need for resources to address behavior modification
techniques and implementation strategies in conjunction with the
community business to ensure needed supports are in
complete and current records according to BAMSI, funder and
new data as assigned.
of efforts within Employment Services:
in scheduled meetings and trainings.
staff meetings as required.
Individual Support Plan meetings as assigned.
client information in a timely fashion with the BES team so that
services can be coordinated and effective.
duties to reflect reasonable safety standards. Universal/standard
precautions must be utilized and training obtained in areas that
duties consistent with agency/program policies and
other related work duties as needed or as assigned by supervisor or
school diploma or equivalency.
least two years of life or work experience providing services to
individuals with disabilities.
computer literacy, including the ability to record data, use
electronic time and attendance software and receive and send
electronic mail, as needed and required.
valid driver's license in state of residence and own means of
transportation (appropriately registered and insured) is required
to travel and transport training materials to occasional off site
demonstrated ability to make appropriate, accurate judgments
including handling of emergency situations, and the mental and
physical ability to successfully perform job duties and
ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
with persons served, families, service providers and case
ability to set limits, to solve problems independently, and to
appropriately protect confidential information.
ability to monitor and report on a participant’s progress,
challenges and status verbally or in writing as
ability to interpret vocational rehabilitation evaluations and
individual service plans and to conduct situational
understanding of the employment rights of individuals with
ability to market and outreach to employers.
knowledge of Assistive Technology regarding Job
ability to conduct On the Job Task Analysis and provide positive
reinforcement and On the Job employment supports.
to stand and/or sit for extended periods and to move equipment and
supplies (up to 30 pounds) from floor level to approximately four
feet above floor level.
have manual dexterity and visual acuity to promptly and effective
complete keyboarding tasks on a personal computer and to
effectively use the telephone system and other office
to ascend and descend stairs while transporting