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JOBS AVAILABLE FOR DEAF

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POSTED 8 July 2011


Counselor II - Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services (Portsmouth, VA)

Salary Range: $33,019 - $64,347

Sign-On Bonus: up to $5,000*

Position: #00998

Closing Date: Open Until Filled


The Field Rehabilitation Services Division is seeking a qualified VR Counselor for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing to provide comprehensive vocational rehabilitation services to eligible persons with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities in the South Hampton Roads area of the Eastern Region of Virginia. This includes Portsmouth, Suffolk, Chesapeake, Franklin, Emporia, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and the Eastern Shore. This is a position with unique skills fluent in American Sign Language, and familiar with aspects of audiometric, hearing aid purchases, and orientation. This position covers a large geographic area with a substantial ongoing need for vocational rehabilitation services. The position must be knowledgeable of specific resources for consumers who are deaf and hard of hearing, assistive technology, and possess the ability to effectively provide counseling assistance related to this specific disability group.


Responsibilities: Provides comprehensive case management services including guidance, counseling, training and physical/mental restoration and job placement services. Develops, implements and manages vocationally focused service plans that identify customer goals, services and costs to help them achieve an employment outcome. Maintains detailed case notes and prepares position-related reports. Due to regional coverage, extensive travel is required.


Requirements: Considerable knowledge of the social, economic, medical, psychological and vocational issues impacting persons with disabilities; interviewing, evaluation, and counseling techniques; methods and tools for career counseling and exploration; and ADA compliance requirements. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with community resources and individuals from diverse environments. Abilities to establish employment opportunities through contacts with businesses and organizations within the community; effectively communicate, orally and in writing; interpret and apply policies/procedures; and organize/manage multiple duties. Fluency in American Sign Language required. Successful candidate must have considerable knowledge of and understanding of the communication, cultural and psychosocial needs of persons who are deaf and hard of hearing. Working knowledge of Windows based computer software. Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling or closely related field or current CRC required. Master’s level transcripts or copy of current certification, if applicable, must accompany application. Must have a valid driver’s license and access to transportation for daily travel. This is a sensitive position, and the successful candidate will be subject to fingerprinting/ background investigation. Salary is negotiable above the minimum of the pay band based on qualifications.

*Sign-on bonus based on time in job.


Contact Information: Please visit our Career Center at www.vadsa.org/jobs for position information or how to apply for a position. To apply online, https://jobs.agencies.virginia.gov. Applications must be submitted through the RMS online system unless the applicant has called in advance to request a reasonable accommodation. To request an accommodation or additional information, call 804-726-1919. Minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. EEO/AA/TTY – Reasonable accommodations upon request.


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POSTED 09 Jan 2008

Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services

Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for the Deaf (Counselor II)

Abingdon, Virginia

Pay Band 4 - Salary Range: $31,352 - $64,347

Position #00281

Closing Date – Open Until Filled***

The Field Rehabilitation Services Division is seeking a qualified VR Counselor for the Deaf to provide comprehensive vocational rehabilitation services to eligible persons with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities in the Washington, Lee, Scott, Dickenson, Russell, Smyth, Carroll, Wise, Buchanan, Bland, Tazewell, Wythe, Grayson, Giles, Montgomery, Pulaski, and Floyd Counties, cities of Bristol, Galax, Norton, and Radford.

Responsibilities: Provides comprehensive case management services including guidance, counseling, training and physical/mental restoration and job placement services. Develops, implements and manages vocationally focused service plans that identify customer goals, services and costs to help them achieve an employment outcome. Maintains detailed case notes and prepares position-related reports. Due to regional coverage, extensive travel is required.

Requirements: Considerable knowledge of the social, economic, medical, psychological and vocational issues impacting persons with disabilities; interviewing, evaluation, and counseling techniques; methods and tools for career counseling and exploration; and ADA compliance requirements. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with community resources and individuals from diverse environments. Abilities to establish employment opportunities through contacts with businesses and organizations within the community; effectively communicate, orally and in writing; interpret and apply policies/procedures; and organize/manage multiple duties. Fluency in American Sign Language required. Successful candidate must have considerable knowledge of and understanding of the communication, cultural and psychosocial needs of persons who are deaf and hard of hearing. Working knowledge of Windows based computer software. Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling or closely related field or current CRC required. Master’s level transcripts or copy of current certification, if applicable, must accompany application. Must have a valid driver’s license and access to transportation for daily travel. Salary is negotiable above the minimum of the pay band based on qualifications. This is a sensitive position, and the successful candidate will be subject to fingerprinting/ background investigation.

Contact Information: Please visit our Career Center at www.vadrs.org for position information or how to apply for a position. To apply online, please visit http://jobs.agencies.virginia.gov. Applications must be submitted through the RMS online system unless the applicant has called in advance to request a reasonable accommodation. To request an accommodation or additional information call

804-726-1919. Minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. EEO/AA/TTY – Reasonable accommodations upon request.

Closing Date: Open Until Filled***

State Form 10-012 Required


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Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services

Counselor II/

Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for the Deaf

Hampton, Virginia

Pay Band 4 - Salary Range: $30,146 - $61,872

Position #00283

Closing Date – Open Until Filled***

The Field Rehabilitation Services Division is seeking a qualified VR Counselor for the Deaf to provide comprehensive vocational rehabilitation services to eligible persons with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities in the Hampton and surrounding areas.

Responsibilities: Provides comprehensive case management services including guidance, counseling, training and physical/mental restoration and job placement services. Develops, implements and manages vocationally focused service plans that identify customer goals, services and costs to help them achieve an employment outcome. Maintains detailed case notes and prepares position-related reports. Due to regional coverage, extensive travel is required.

Requirements: Considerable knowledge of the social, economic, medical, psychological and vocational issues impacting persons with disabilities; interviewing, evaluation, and counseling techniques; methods and tools for career counseling and exploration; and ADA compliance requirements. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with community resources and individuals from diverse environments. Abilities to establish employment opportunities through contacts with businesses and organizations within the community; effectively communicate, orally and in writing; interpret and apply policies/procedures; and organize/manage multiple duties. Fluency in American Sign Language required. Successful candidate must have considerable knowledge of and understanding of the communication, cultural and psychosocial needs of persons who are deaf and hard of hearing. Working knowledge of Windows based computer software. Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling or closely related field or current CRC required. Master’s level transcripts or copy of current certification, if applicable, must accompany application. Must have a valid driver’s license and access to transportation for daily travel. Salary is negotiable above the minimum of the pay band based on qualifications. This is a sensitive position, and the successful candidate will be subject to fingerprinting/ background investigation.

Contact Information: Please visit our Career Center at www.vadrs.org for the application process. Save time by applying on-line. You can even save your application for future use! If you don’t have computer access, call 804-726-1919 or contact your local VEC office for assistance. ***Applications will be accepted until at least 5:00 p.m., December 18, 2006. Applications received after this date may or may not be considered depending on the applicant pool. Applicants interviewed will be required to sign the application the day of the interview. Resumes may not be substituted for fully completed State applications. Minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. EEO/AA/TTY – Reasonable accommodations upon request.

Closing Date: Open Until Filled***

State Form 10-012 Required




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Subj: Job Openings
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2006
From: sbuck@forresterconstruction.com

FORRESTER CONSTRUCTION
Home Office: Rockville, MD

Forrester Construction is a General Contractor located in Rockville, MD. We have several open positions at our company. Can you please post our ad under MD, DC and VA on your website?

Thanks!

Shannon K. Buck
Estimating Coordinator
Forrester Construction
P-301.255.1782
F-301.255.1783
sbuck@forresterconstruction.com

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Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services
JOB TITLE: Counselor II/Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for the Deaf
LOCATION: Lynchburg, VA
Pay Band 4
Salary Range: $28,987 - $59,492
Position Number: #00829
Date Posted on this web page: 22 Aug 2006
Closing Date *** Open Until Filled***

The Field Rehabilitation Services Division is seeking a qualified VR Counselor for the Deaf to provide comprehensive vocational rehabilitation services to eligible persons with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities in the Lynchburg, Roanoke and surrounding areas.

Responsibilities: Provides comprehensive case management services including guidance, counseling, training and physical/mental restoration and job placement services. Develops, implements and manages vocationally focused service plans that identify customer goals, services and costs to help them achieve an employment outcome. Maintains detailed case notes and prepares position-related reports. Due to regional coverage, extensive travel is required.

Requirements: Considerable knowledge of the social, economic, medical, psychological and vocational issues impacting persons with disabilities; interviewing, evaluation, and counseling techniques; methods and tools for career counseling and exploration; and ADA compliance requirements. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with community resources and individuals from diverse environments. Abilities to establish employment opportunities through contacts with businesses and organizations within the community; effectively communicate, orally and in writing; interpret and apply policies/procedures; and organize/manage multiple duties. Fluency in American Sign Language required. Successful candidate must have considerable knowledge of and understanding of the communication, cultural and psychosocial needs of persons who are deaf and hard of hearing. Working knowledge of Windows based computer software. Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling or closely related field or current CRC required. Master’s level transcripts or copy of current certification, if applicable, must accompany application. Must have a valid driver’s license and access to transportation for daily travel. Salary is negotiable above the minimum of the pay band based on qualifications. This is a sensitive position, and the successful candidate will be subject to fingerprinting/ background investigation.

Contact Information: Please visit our Career Center at www.vadrs.org for the application process. Save time by applying on-line. You can even save your application for future use! If you don’t have computer access call 804-726-1919 or contact your local VEC office for assistance.

***Applications will be accepted until at least 5:00 p.m., August 30, 2006. Applications received after this date may or may not be considered depending on the applicant pool. Applicants interviewed will be required to sign the application the day of the interview. Resumes may not be substituted for fully completed State applications. Minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. EEO/AA/TTY – Reasonable accommodations upon request.
Closing Date: August 30, 2006 or Open Until Filled***


FORMS REQUIRED: State Form 10-012

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LINKS TO LOCAL COMPANIES
KNOWN TO HIRE DEAF

Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services
call 804-726-1919 or contact your local VEC office

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Forrester Construction
P-301.255.1782
F-301.255.1783
sbuck@forresterconstruction.com

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Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services
See on line Career Center at www.vadrs.org or phone: 804-726-1919

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR DEAF

www.vad.org

LIST YOUR RESUME ON THE INTERNET FREE

POSTED 04/13/07

Resume for Wei Wang
800 Florida Ave N.E. #1726
Washington, DC 20002

Longnv_27@yahoo.com ----- 630-935-7046 (Text Message)

Objective:
To obtain an internship in the field of Digital Media

Education:

University: Gallaudet University, Washington DC - Bachelor of Arts in Digital Media
Graduation: May 2007
Cumulative GPA: 3.5
Honors: Dean’s List (Multiple semesters)

Experience:
Media The USA Deaf Sports Federation (USADSF)
16th Winter Deaflympics Salt Lake City 2007
Salt Lake City Utah
• Videographer
• Editor
(http://2007.usdeafsports.org)
February 1 to 10 2007
Math Tutor Department of Tutorial & Instructional Programs
Gallaudet University Washington DC
• Tutored pre-algebra, algebra, statistics, pre-calculus to college students
• Helped students prepare for their exams
• Assisted students with understanding the process and foundations of various math concepts

September 2002- Present
Central File Assistant Campus Life - Gallaudet University Washington DC
• Filed all incidents, damage, reservations forms
• Created new files for new students
• Handled customers, students at the front desk with their requests
• Prepared paperwork for all references from outside

May 2003- present
Assistant Student Affairs - Gallaudet University Washington DC
• Prepared paperwork for various cases under Judiciary Affairs
• Created new files
February –May 2003
Demonstrator and Salesperson Beijing Yadu Science & Technology Co., LTD Beijing, China
• Taught Chinese Sign Language to employees at the SciTech Plaza Shopping Center and Beijing International Club Restaurant
• Demonstrated the usage of the producet Yadu air purifier in front of all CEO, Government leaders, Supervisors to show that Deaf person is capable of giving presentation.
• “Sign Language Corner” at the Shopping Center to increase awareness about deaf culture
• Typed articles about issues regarding to economic the commercial center as well as internal company matters
• Prepared and decorated at workplace for festivals
• Received “Employee of Year” award (2000)
January- December 2001
Advertisement Designer McDonald’s - Beijing, China
• Responsible for decorations for parties and festivals
• Designed and updated bulletin board in order to inform the people about upcoming events and parties.
• Interpret for international deaf customers
• Recognized with award for “Excellent Employee”
September 1996-August 2000
Product Processor Black-Boned Chicken Essence Factory - Beijing, China
• Operated machine that processes medicines
July 1993- August 1996

Skills:

English, American Sign Language, Chinese, Chinese Sign Language
Filmmaker, Motion Graphics Designer, Web Designer and Film-editing.


Activities:

Gallaudet University Dance Company - Fall 2004 to Spring 2005
Dance Company of Beijing -1981 to 1993
Sports team of Beijing Deaf school- 1985 to 1993
Advertisement activator of Deaf school- 1985-1993

Awards received:

• Excellent employee-2000
Yadu Science and Technology Company Beijing, China
• Web Design second prize twice- 2000
A representative of Disable Persons’ Association of Beijing’s Xicheng District, China
• Excellent employee-1997
McDonald’s of Beijing, China
• Honor student and dancer- 1986-1993


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