Clinical staff are licensed and certified to provide services in each specialty service area. Job Coach Staff provide supervision, assist with daily activities and functional skill development, provide specialized treatment and rehabilitation services according to individualized programs. Job Coach Staff must have a high school diploma and successfully complete established MARC training. Job Coach Staff also complete training related to the individual participant’s service needs.
MARC elicits feedback from all stakeholders (VA’s, families, agencies, employees, externals) to refine ongoing staff education and training priorities and to improve training regimens. Additional training needs often emerge during clinical team meetings, continuous quality improvement or other administrative meetings.
All staff are expected to complete a new hire orientation with additional trainings provided via the New Hire Orientation binder. Clinical and professional, or staff with special certifications or licenses, are required to maintain on-going continuing education credit requirements.
All staff receives a minimum of 40 hours employee orientation that includes a mentoring process and formal training in:
Employment decisions are based on merit, qualifications, abilities, and business needs, and not on race, color, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, political affiliation, or any other factor protected by law. MARC complies with the law regarding reasonable accommodation for employees with disabilities.
Administrative and program management personnel ensure consistency and quality of services and efficiency of support operations. All staff must pass criminal background checks prior to employment. Job Descriptions, including performance, experience, and training requirements, are available for all positions within MARC and provided to staff at time of application.