Vocational Case Management​​​​

Job Analysis, Job Placement and Job Development​​​​​

Job Anaysis

On site analysis:

  • Identifies essential functions of a job, including physical and mental demands, aptitudes, academic requirements, environmental factors, and other unique traits of the job.
  • Focus on returning the impaired worker to his or her job.
  • Determines if there is a match between an individual's capabilities and job requirements. 
  • Determines compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Job Placement
Job placement is a service offered by C. Richardson Counseling and Consutling, PLLC to help individuals find work. Examples of placement programs include a university helping students find internships and practice interviewing, an employment agency offering vocational counseling and job leads to job seekers, and the military helping prepare soldiers for suitable careers during and after their service.  We work tocreate relationships with a number of large employers for whom they screen and place employees for both temporary and permanent positions. Parterning with C. Richardson Counseling and Consulting, PLLC to help with your job search usually means working with a placement representative to discuss your career goals and objectives. Based on the information you supply and your credentials, we will arrange for you to interview with suitable employers they have contracts with for positions for which you’re qualified.

Job Development

At C. Richardson Counseling and Consulting, PLLC we promote and develop employment and on-the-job training opportunities for disadvantaged applicants.
  • Assists employers in revising standards which exclude applicants from jobs. 
  • Demonstrates to employers effectiveness and profitability of employing chronically unemployed by identifying jobs that workers could perform. 
  • Establishes relationships with employers regarding problems, complaints, and progress of recently placed disadvantaged applicants and recommends corrective action. 
  • Assists employers in establishing wage scales commensurate with prevailing rates. 
  • Promotes, develops, and terminates on-the-job training program opportunities with employers and assists in writing contracts. 
  • Identifies need for and assists in development of auxiliary services to facilitate bringing disadvantaged applicants into job-ready status. 
  • Informs business, labor, and public about training programs through various media.  
  • May instruct applicants in resume writing, job search, and interviewing techniques.