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Individualized job placement

When helping injured workers return to work, our Vocational Rehabilitation Services team may refer them for individualized job placement services. We enter into long-term contracts with providers of these services and we have specific reporting requirements.

Individualized job placement services

Clients who are referred to you for individualized job placement services already know their occupational goal and job targets. Because of their injury or other factors, they require one-on-one help with their job search.

You'll help them develop professional quality resumes and cover letters and gain practical skills to search for jobs successfully on their own. You'll also contact employers on their behalf as part of the job search.

Learn about becoming a VR provider.

Submitting reports

Providers of individualized job placement services are required to submit the following reports and documents electronically, using our Provider Portal:


Submit reports

When? What's required?
Within 5 business days of initial meeting with client
  • An intake report, using Form 65D36
  • A copy of the client's resume and letter, using Form ID 65D105
Within 5 business days of the end of every month
Within 5 business days of completing your service
  • A final report, using Form 65D110, using form ID 65D35 or 65D109
3 months after job-placement (if applicable)
  • A job placement follow-up report, using Form 65D38

You will need to refer to the contract you sign with us for specifics about what to include in the report and how to submit it.

Please note that we can't process your invoice until we've received your reports.

Learn about invoicing contracted services.