Job placement

In addition to the organisational system used to manage and supply services, the cooperative has a specific organisational system for management of the job placement process in all business sectors, with a specific organisation chart set up as follows:

Job placement manager
The job placement manager monitors and assesses the overall process and solves any problems that may arise. This person meets periodically with the local services operator and the guiding tutor/operator.

Contact person/Operator for territorial social and medical services
Local services propose the start of a process for the disadvantaged persons served, monitoring them through an outreach worker and/or social worker. The local services involved are normally: Addictions Services; Mental Health Department; Parenting and Childhood Services; Adults’ Social Services, Personal Services.

Tutor/Guidance worker
The guidance worker accompanies and tutors individuals undergoing job placement and concretely helps disadvantaged persons in their work. The guidance worker is an employee with good organisational and relational skills.
Project team
The project team includes the person in charge of the job placement process in the social cooperative, technicians from the local services who referred the individual and the tutor/guidance worker. The team’s principal tasks are assessing the person’s relational, cognitive and work skills; preparation of the job placement project; and monitoring and accompaniment in the individual job placement process.

The job placement project consists of consequential, organic implementation of the following activities:
1 – Rehabilitation of social and employment skills with instructional apprenticeships for the disadvantaged in accordance with art.4 of Law 381/91 and for particularly fragile and vulnerable persons under Regional Law no. 14 of 30 July 2015:
• persons with physical, psychological and sensorial disabilities
• former inmates of psychiatric institutes
• psychiatric patients
• persons with drug addictions
• persons with alcohol addictions
• underaged workers from disadvantaged families
• convicts admitted to alternative sentencing
• persons affected by difficulties locating employment and social or medical problems.
2 – Job placement for these persons through contracts of employment stipulated under collective agreements in a variety of sectors.