Brett Heath joined VocMedEcon in 2014 as a Vocational Consultant and Labor Market Specialist. He has worked in vocational rehabilitation in both public and private settings since 1986. His experience includes case management, vocational evaluation, vocational interviewing, job seeking skills training, job placement and development, job coaching, job analysis, vocational permanent total and permanent partial evaluations for workers compensation and labor market research.
While living in Ohio, Mr. Heath worked as a Vocational Rehabilitation Case Manager, Vocational Evaluator and Job Placement Specialist for a number of private rehabilitation providers as well as for the State of Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. Upon moving to Phoenix he was employed as a Vocational Consultant for Vocational Diagnostics, Inc., where he administered testing batteries and conducted labor market research for persons primarily seeking economic damages sustained as a result of disability or injury.
Mr. Heath holds designations as a Certified Vocational Evaluator (CVE) and Certified Disability Management Specialist (CDMS). He is a member of the IARP and AWCCA organizations. He is a past board member of the Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association.
Mr. Heath is originally from Dayton, Ohio and has lived in the Phoenix area since 2012. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from Earlham College and has completed additional coursework at Cleveland State University. He is married and has two step-daughters and three grandchildren. Outside of work, Brett enjoys traveling with his wife, playing golf and is a Civil War history enthusiast.