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Vocational Rehabilitation Technicians (or, VR Techs) work one on one with disabled individuals with the primary goal of assisting them in securing employment.
A lot of interview, resume, and career coaching is required in this role which means that a successful VR Tech should have a strong understanding of the interview and hiring process.
A VR Tech should be business minded so they can easily see employment opportunities where others may not. It is often the VR Tech's responsibility to generate interest with local employers and community organization to participate in their employment program.
Strong community contacts are vital in this role as a VR Tech may spend many hours calling on local business owners to incite interest into their program and potential employees. Experience in staffing and recruitment, whether temporary or permanent staffing, is very valuable in this career path.
Exceptional organizational skills are required in this career as a VR Tech will have many clients on the go at a time. Having a strong memory and ability to think on your feet are also valued skills.
Strong abilities in Excel, PowerPoint and Word are a significant bonus as a VR Tech. There is often a large amount of documentation required as well as some work in spreadsheets and on presentations.
The educational requirement for a vocational rehabilitation technician is generally a Bachelor's Degree in Education, Business, or Science.