SUMMARY: The primary responsibility of the Career Coach is to provide participants with training and counseling to ensure they obtain employment. As a Career Coach, your primary function is to ensure program participants from low-income households eligible for the CIES Program are seeking employment and educational credentials in order to flourish personally and professionally as they transition into gainful, year-round employment.
- Associate Degree Preferred or 3+ years of experience in workforce development.
- Bilingual Required (English/Spanish).
- Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination.
- Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation.
- Develop and implement career goal setting with low-income families through all phases of career planning, job search and training or educational study.
- Promote new employment opportunities for participants.
- Counsel and develop employment plans that are comprehensive and delineate clear steps towards goals.
- Use self-assessment tools such as O’Net, US Learns, MassCIS or others to assist every program participant in setting career goals
- Develop outreach and recruitment strategies to obtain on-the-job training opportunities for low-income families.
- Maintain updated electronic and paper files for each participant.
- Document all case management activities and send a monthly attendance to DTA, as well as participation reports.
SCHEDULE: Full time: Monday-Friday (8:30 am to 4:30 pm)