Description of Duties:
Key Areas of Responsibilities:
- Functions as a liaison for employers: Informs employers about Job Corps programs and convinces them to participate. Establish rapport with employers, contract personnel and all other customers, determine customer objectives and situational factors. Maintain bank of employer needs. Searches files on employer needs and matches clients qualifications with job requirements and employer specifications, utilizing various sources.
- Ensures timely placement and retention of graduates and former enrollees in quality placement activities: Places all assigned graduates within placement service period. Places forty percent of graduates within thirty days of leaving the center. Ensures that students take a positive quarter-two and quarter-four survey.
- Promotes job development through employers, one-stops, and state employment agencies and career transition contractors: Develops new company linkages each month to hire graduates and place assignees in same prior to separation. Utilize various sale tools and programs to make jobseekers attractive to employers served through the workforce system. Facilitates job upgrades for graduates. Places thirty percent of graduates prior to separation.
- Provides students with assessment and assistance with placement readiness: Assists graduates with resume preparation. Coaches graduates on interviewing skills. Coaches graduates on placement search strategies. Assist with job placement by matching employer's demands by skill set, education, eligibility, and professional work history as well as other assessments. Identifies, locates, and makes referrals to transitional support services necessary for successful placement and retention.
- Maintains compliance with the DOL, Corporate and Center policies: Maintains monthly contact with all assigned graduates, both placed and non-placed, to determine needs for placement services, facilitate upgrades, and promote placement retention. Documents all placement services provided to each assigned graduate in CIS case notes. Surveys employers with which assigned graduates are placed, and provides feedback to Job Corps regarding employer satisfaction. Ensures compliance with other DOL, Corporate and Center policies.
- Other duties as required.
Modeling, Mentoring and Monitoring:
All staff is required to model professional workplace behavior, mentor students on demonstration of professional workplace behavior and monitor their successful demonstration of these standards and expectations.
Maintains required certifications and/or licenses including a valid driver’s license and insurance when required by position. Does not engage in activities other than official business during working hours. Reports significant/major incidents or accidents. Cooperates in external/internal investigations as requested. Completes PRH, Corporate and Center training as required and demonstrates competencies accordingly. Complies with DOL, Corporate, and Center guidelines.Credentials:
Education and Experience
Associates Degreepreferred. HSD/GED with at least 2 years of experience.
Certifications, Licenses, Registrations
Valid state driver’s license; CPR/First Aid certifications
Tracking Code 1977-183