Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant Salary in Jacksonville, Florida

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Average Salary for Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant in Jacksonville, Florida

The average salary of a(n) Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant in Jacksonville, Florida is $54,807.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant in Jacksonville, Florida is $26.35.

The average bonus of a(n) Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant in Jacksonville, Florida is $1,003.00.

Job Description:

Develops and coordinates implementation of vocational rehabilitation programs: consults with members of local communities and personnel of rehabilitation facilities, such as sheltered workshops and skills training centers, to identify need for new programs or modification of existing programs. Collects and analyzes data to define problems and develops proposals for programs to provide needed services, utilizing knowledge of vocational rehabilitation theory and practice, program funding sources, and government regulations. Provides staff training, negotiates contracts for equipment and supplies, and performs related functions to implement program changes. Monitors program operations and recommends additional measures to ensure programs meet defined needs. Less

Develops and coordinates implementation of vocational rehabilitation programs: consults with members of local communities and personnel of rehabilitation facilities, such as sheltered workshops and skills training centers, to identify need for new programs or modification of existing programs. Collects and... More

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