I realized that there is a lot of information posted on El Jobo points, but it was missing from the Typology section, so here goes:
The El Jobo point was named for a kill site in Falcon State Venezuela involving Pleistocene mammals, and was later dated at Taima-Taima and El Vano. The dates were controversial when they came out, and were largely discredited or ignored because they fell solidly into the pre-Clovis period during a time when Clovis-First was the generally accepted theory for the population of the Americas. They date from 13,500 RCYBP to 12,500 RCYBP.
Later excavations of similar points at Monteverde Chile have held up better to peer-review, and El Jobo points are no longer automatically clumped into the same basket as Sandia Cave points.
They are thick bipoints, with ground bases. They are typically well made of very low quality material, even when better quality materials were readily abundant. The material choice might have made them less prone to end snap failures, but that is just a hypothesis of mine. They are extremely thick, and almost look like some of the bone/ivory pins found in Florida.
Distribution: They are found across Northern South America, and similar points are found in Patagonia in Argentina & Chile.