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Vocational Rehabilitation Technician Interview Questions

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Ryan Brown
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12 Vocational Rehabilitation Technician
Interview Questions

  1. Do you enjoy helping other people? Give me an example of when you have done this, whether in volunteer work, or previous work.

    Community Answers

    • "I have bee doing it at my job when my coworkers need my support receiving their clients in the lobby."
    • "I have done various voluntary roles which involve helping people. When I was in Sri Lanka on a two month mental health placement, I helped people with various mental and physical disabilities and learning disabilities too, with interaction and engagement, to get them away from a life of medication and isolation."
    • "I have always enjoyed helping other people; sometimes to a fault. In my early 20's I volunteered to help a friend that I met through my boyfriend renew an interest in going to physical therapy at Help of SNV. Frank was only 18 years old when a tragic accident in his life left him with paralysis from the chest down. I encouraged him to go to therapy for range-of-motion exercises. In my late 20's I was employed by Goodwill Industries as a cashier but the majority of my day involved helping the employees learn how to categorized new merchandise and display it on the floor. Early last year, my daughter and I volunteered at Catholic Charities where we helped feed the homeless at the Las Vegas Boulevard rescue. Overall, I feel that the majority of my life has been spent overcoming my own disabilities and helping others overcome their own by becoming a productive member of society."
  2. When did you realize you wanted to work in VR?

  3. What is your strongest asset as a VR Technician?

    Community Answers

    • "Are my ability to communicate with clients with different disabilities and multicultural status."
  4. What areas of the job duties of a VR Tech, do you feel you could improve upon?

  5. Have you given a mock interview to a client before? In which ways do you feel you can prepare a client for a job interview?

  6. What methods or avenues do you use for searching for jobs for clients?

    Community Answers

    • "I go to companies websites and looking at careers or job posts for open positions."
  7. Are you comfortable networking with potential employers to better help our clients?

  8. If you were to make a pitch to a potential employer, for why they should hire someone from our organization, what would you say?

  9. When have you had to encourage a client or fellow team member before? How was your encouragement received?

    Community Answers

    • "When I coordinated a volunteering project for young adults with Apserger's syndroome whilst at university, I led a small team of volunteers, some of whom had not volunteered with this client group or with vulnerable people before. I encouraged them to be confident and talk through any issues they had and this improved their confidence. I think that coming across as welcoming and friendly helps with the received encouragement. I think it was received well."
    • "One time a client was frustrated on his job search I suggest to him to go to find community resources and keep hislef busy in the process. He left calm and positive."
    • "When I have had to encourage a client or team member before the encourage was received with positive feedback."
    • "As a lobby receptionist I receive all kind of customers always encouraging clients to be persistents in their job search they receive."
  10. Describe a major change that occurred in a job that you held. How did you adapt to this change?

    Community Answers

    • "In the pub, the owners went bankrupt and the pub was taken over by administrative people and eventually by a new boss. I adapted to this change well and continued with my job role as I should."
  11. What are some of the skills you acquired from your previous employer?

    Community Answers

    • "Communication skills, confidence in interacting with various people including staff, other professionals, service users and their support networks. Team working skills, problem solving skills, remaining calm under pressure."
    • "The time I have been working here I been developing the ability to communicate with clients and visitors with different disabilities."
    • "Working with teens from job corps of america it was important to assist students who were transitioning out of the program with skills for seeking a job and also provide them with the neccessary accomidations in order to maintain employment."
    • "My ability to interact with people, customer skills, team work."
  12. Tell me about a time when you took charge of a meeting. How were the results of your actions?