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Employee Job Placement Services

Specially trained North Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation (NCVR) counselors are located in offices across the state to help people with disabilities prepare for today’s competitive job market. Services include:

Pre-employment Transition: Resume development, interview preparation, aptitude assessments, job coaching and access to training opportunities are provided to assist in your job search.

School to Life: In partnership with local schools, NCVR helps students transition successfully from school life to a job, career or post-secondary educational opportunities. These services help people with disabilities find or keep a job that is compatible with their skills and interests.

Rehabilitation Engineering: NCVR engineers consult with employees and employers to remove architectural barriers to accommodate employees with disabilities in the workplace. This may include adaptive computer access, augmented communications, seating/mobility solutions and home, vehicle and worksite modifications.

On-the-Job Support: Once on the job, NCVR counselors concentrate on keeping people employed through job coaching, supported employment and adjustment activities.

All NCVR offices are dedicated to providing training, coaching and on-the-job supports to ensure that talented candidates with disabilities are job-ready and successful.

For more information, contact your local NCVR office or visit their website at ncdhhs.gov/divisions/dvrs

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NC Department of Health and Human Services
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North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities

3109 POPLARWOOD COURT, SUITE 105,
RALEIGH, NC 27604
 
1-800-357-6916 (Toll Free)
984-920-8200 (Office/TTY)
984-920-8201 (Fax)
 
This project was supported, in part by grant number 2001NCSCDD-02, from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201. Grantees undertaking projects with government sponsorship are encouraged to express freely their findings and conclusions. Points of view or opinions do not, therefore, necessarily represent official ACL policy.

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