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The Arc of Rensselaer County

Transition Specialist



Job Description
Transition Specialists support the development and implementation of student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP). They establish working relationships with school personnel, employers and families and perform all necessary support functions to ensure a successful learning environment in a community job placement. They support students on all specific vocational placements and provides linkages to postgraduate services where applicable.

Schedule: FT, Mon-Fri 40 hrs/week

Rate of Pay: $13-$14 to hour

Location: Troy High School

Requirements:
-Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field
-At least one year of experience in networking, vocational training, special education, or job development - preferably related to children/young adults/students
-Applicants must have a valid driver's license with a year of driving experience with the full license and reliable transportation.

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About The Arc of Rensselaer County
The Arc of Rensselaer County is a non-profit agency located in Troy, NY supporting individuals with disabilities and their families throughout Rensselaer County. We are an association of people with disabilities, parents, professionals and community members dedicated to building the capacity of the community to fully include persons with disabilities.

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