At Rauch Employment Services, we believe that there is no better investment than in another human being.
Rauch, Inc.'s Employment Services programming provides placement services to clients with disabilities and other life challenges. Clients obtain and maintain employment through career explorations, job readiness, soft skills training, job development, follow along services, and individual job coaching. These services are designed in accordance with the individual's support needs and preferences. Rauch staff assists each client in discovering and understanding his or her own vocational interests, values, temperaments, work-related behaviors, aptitudes, skills, physical capabilities, learning style, and training needs.
Rauch services emphasize the human elements of developing the workforce, seeing the whole person for his or her strengths, talents, abilities and life situation, and then matching them to the needs and requirements of businesses. Each client served is paired with an Employment Consultant who can assist in addressing employment-related concerns and/or to help the employee further his or her skills training. If desired, the Consultant may remain on the jobsite until both the employer and employee are satisfied that job tasks can be independently performed. The advantage of this arrangement is that it provides an immediate, on site, one-to-one intervention resource and helps improve employee retention rates.
Rauch has a very successful placement record, finding and maintaining employment for clients at companies like Hitachi Cable, Kroger, Indiana University Southeast, Floyd Memorial Health Center, Walmart, and more.
Meet your supported employment team:
Holly Adam (Director of Employment Services):
Holly has worked with individuals diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Southern Indiana for over 23 years, working for several companies as a Coordinator, Director of day services, representative payee and residential programs. Holly’s dedication and perseverance have and continue to aid in creating and sustaining programs that have allowed individuals to become independent in the community and create long-lasting relationships. During her time as a Director of various services, Holly has been a driving force in community involvement and inclusion for the individuals served. Her belief system continues to encourage community membership for people who are otherwise not engaged in daily life as everyone should be, through volunteer opportunities, integrated club activities and local arts and entertainment venues.
Holly is also a Surveyor for CARF International and lends her knowledge to all of those in need. Holly continues to believe and support the movement toward community integration for all people.
Myra Merrill is an Employment Consultant in Rauch’s Scottsburg office and has over 30 years’ experience working with the public in sales and developed her passion for working with people with disabilities from the love of her family members. She has a strong desire to help others resolve conflict. Myra started her own business at the age of 19 years of age. She learned how to work with people of all walks of life. Myra enjoys bird watching, cooking and hiking. firstname.lastname@example.org
Cindy Huntington is an Employment Consultant in the Scottsburg area and has several years’ experience working with families and children doing social work with Healthy Families, Advocacy in five counties and working as a subcontractor for the Division of Children’s Services. Cindy enjoys traveling, boating, swimming, listening to music and spending time with her family. She is dedicated to this field because she loves making a difference in people’s lives. email@example.com
Kevin Saylor is an Employment Consultant in New Albany and has 3 years’ experience in the field of serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Kevin has also worked in positions relating to employment matching and enjoys working in this field because the work is worthwhile. He has the patience and understanding to do the job. Kevin enjoys reading. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; job coaching available 24/7
Location: Offices at 215 E Spring St., New Albany, IN, and 941 West McClain Ave., Suite #D, Scottsburg, IN 47170; programming at work settings in the community
Population Served: Adults with disabilities, age 18 years+
Services Provided: Employment planning services, skills assessment, resume writing & mock interviews, job development, job coaching, trial work experiences
Payer Sources: Vocational Rehabilitation. Funding is provided by the Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services (DDRS).
Fees: Based on Vocational Rehabilitation rates
Referral Sources: Vocational Rehabilitation
2019 Satisfaction Survey Results
Participants and Stakeholders are 95% satisfied with Employment Services
“We definitely will hire more folks from Rauch for our business”
“Rauch staff are very polite and knowledgeable”
“Thank you for helping me find a great job”
Employment Consultants are “very helpful, supportive and we have fun”
Rauch Employment Services has 2 area locations:
Rauch on Spring
215 East Spring Street • New Albany, IN 47150
Employment Services Satellite Office
941 West McClain Ave., Suite #D • Scottsburg, IN 47170
Rauch Employment Services operates Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed holidays.