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Recruitment #14-005165-005


Division of Rehabilitation Services

Office of Field Services


Level I - Grade 12

Level II - Grade 13


6188 Oxon Hill Road

Oxon Hill, MD  20745

Main Purpose of Job

To ensure the application of federal and state laws, regulations and Division policy in determining the eligibility of individuals with disabilities for vocational rehabilitation services and to plan and implement vocational rehabilitation services to assist those individuals maintain, prepare for and obtain gainful employment consistent with their skills, capacities and vocational choices within a reasonable period of time as defined within Individualized Plans for Employment.


Assists persons with disabilities in obtaining employment consistent with their skills, capacities and vocational choices defined on their Individualized Plan for Employment; determines eligibility for vocational services; provides individual career counseling to people with disabilities; reviews medical, psychological, and vocational data to evaluate the nature and extent of the disability; coordinates and provides services to consumers necessary to accommodate their disabilities and obtain employment; obtains services from other community agencies for consumers; and provides job placement, post-employment and follows-up services. 


Education:  Possession of a Bachelor’s Degree.


Level I – Professional experience in a behavioral or social science related field is preferred. 

Level II – Two years of professional experience in a behavioral or social science related field is required; a Master’s Degree in a Behavioral or Social Science related field may be substituted for one year of the required experience. Bilingual skills preferred.


Knowledge of principles, procedures and regulations involved in providing rehabilitation services; Professional counseling, interviewing and evaluation procedures; relationship between functional limitations presented by disabilities and employment goals; social and economic structure of the Community organizations, and groups providing services and information for people with disabilities; practices relating to job search and employer outreach activities; and of laws and regulations governing the administration of vocational rehabilitation, worker’s compensation, social security and social services.  Ability to: communicate effectively; effectively plan and organize assigned work and meet established performance standards; coordinate and deliver multidisciplinary services required to support rehabilitation programs; analyze and interpret complex and varied medical, psychological and vocational reports skill in adaptive and assistive technologies establish and maintain appropriate relationships with clients, employers, representatives of public and private organizations, providers of rehabilitation services, general public and government officials.  Regular attendance and ability to complete work in a reasonable time frame is required.



Applicants must complete the Maryland State Government on-line application for employment recruitment #14-005165-005. The Application and any support documentation must clearly demonstrate that the applicant meets the prerequisite Minimum Qualifications and possesses the Essential Requirements for the position.      

Paper applications can be completed and faxed to 410-554-9397 or mailed to DORS Human Resource Department at 2301 Argonne Drive, Baltimore, MD   21218.  To obtain a paper application visit our website or  TDD (410) 554-9399. Inquiries can be made to 410-554-9424. Appropriate accommodations can be made for individuals with disabilities.  

Proof of eligibility to work in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act, and travel throughout the State are required.  This position has been designated as a Special Appointment.  Any misrepresentation of academic or experience requirements for this position may result in non-selection or termination of employment. 

As an equal opportunity employer Maryland is committed to recruiting, retaining and promoting employees who are reflective of the State’s diversity