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Employment Counselor Positions, 2020-ET-004 & 2020-ET-005, ArrowheadEconomic Opportunity Agency

Posted on 2020-01-17 1:18:00 PM

Listing expires 2020-03-17 12:00:00 AM

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Employment Counselor 2020-ET-004 Full-time Employment Counselor position open in the Virginia CareerForce Center. Starting wage: $19.58/hour. Please apply by January 30, 2020, at www.aeoa.org<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.aeoa.org%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7C12561e85985349fef0b708d79b81f64c%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C0%7C637148854798607975&sdata=VziVDJvEEn5iBAaXhU6HmQkI%2FFqcLEqdOgSBtUp7yWA%3D&reserved=0>, Careers tab, Professionals. AA/EOE Provides orientation, assessment, and job search/planning services to program participants toward goal of employment. Duties and Responsibilities: &#8226; Maintain participant files and submit reporting forms and data as required &#8226; Complete participant assessments &#8226; Evaluate data to determine participant eligibility/priority &#8226; Develop strategies to meet the educational and employment goals of participants &#8226; Provide opportunities for group learning and support activities/projects &#8226; Assist participants in development of an employability and/or personal education plan &#8226; Assist participants with job search activities, job attitudes, interviewing skills, and resume writing &#8226; Determine support service needs of participants &#8226; Complete documentation and paperwork accurately and in a timely manner &#8226; Record, organize, and manage participant and agency data consistent with program guidelines &#8226; Develop and maintain a network of employment contacts and resources &#8226; Attend meetings, trainings, and conferences related to employment programs &#8226; Work across multiple programs, maintaining a caseload of 50-60 participants &#8226; Adhere to specific program policies and guidelines &#8226; Make referrals to other community agencies Qualifications: &#8226; Bachelor&#8217;s degree in vocational counseling, social work, or psychology preferred or a combination of education and experience &#8226; Experience with Public Assistance, employment programs, and job search planning Needed Attributes: &#8226; Positive self-starter with strong organizational and superior communication skills &#8226; Issue identification, crisis management, problem-solving, and motivational techniques &#8226; Comfortable with confrontation Full-time, 40 hours/week, Monday-Friday Employment Counselor 2020-ET-005 Full-time Employment Counselor position open in Cloquet.MN. Starting wage: $19.58/hour. Please apply by January 30, 2020, at www.aeoa.org<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.aeoa.org%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7C12561e85985349fef0b708d79b81f64c%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C0%7C637148854798607975&sdata=VziVDJvEEn5iBAaXhU6HmQkI%2FFqcLEqdOgSBtUp7yWA%3D&reserved=0>, Careers tab, Professionals. AA/EOE Provides orientation, assessment, and job search/planning services to program participants toward goal of employment. Duties and Responsibilities: &#8226; Maintain participant files and submit reporting forms and data as required &#8226; Complete participant assessments &#8226; Evaluate data to determine participant eligibility/priority &#8226; Develop strategies to meet the educational and employment goals of participants &#8226; Provide opportunities for group learning and support activities/projects &#8226; Assist participants in development of an employability and/or personal education plan &#8226; Assist participants with job search activities, job attitudes, interviewing skills, and resume writing &#8226; Determine support service needs of participants &#8226; Complete documentation and paperwork accurately and in a timely manner &#8226; Record, organize, and manage participant and agency data consistent with program guidelines &#8226; Develop and maintain a network of employment contacts and resources &#8226; Attend meetings, trainings, and conferences related to employment programs &#8226; Work across multiple programs, maintaining a caseload of 50-60 participants &#8226; Adhere to specific program policies and guidelines &#8226; Make referrals to other community agencies Qualifications: &#8226; Bachelor&#8217;s degree in vocational counseling, social work, or psychology preferred or a combination of education and experience &#8226; Experience with Public Assistance, employment programs, and job search planning Needed Attributes: &#8226; Positive self-starter with strong organizational and superior communication skills &#8226; Issue identification, crisis management, problem-solving, and motivational techniques &#8226; Comfortable with confrontation Full-time, 40 hours/week, Monday-Friday "Community Action ~ Helping People ~ Changing Lives"

Employment Counselor

2020-ET-004

Full-time Employment Counselor position open in the Virginia CareerForce Center.  Starting wage:  $19.58/hour.  Please apply by January 30, 2020, at www.aeoa.org, Careers tab, Professionals.  AA/EOE

 

Provides orientation, assessment, and job search/planning services to program participants toward goal of employment.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

·         Maintain participant files and submit reporting forms and data as required

·         Complete participant assessments

·         Evaluate data to determine participant eligibility/priority

·         Develop strategies to meet the educational and employment goals of participants

·         Provide opportunities for group learning and support activities/projects

·         Assist participants in development of an employability and/or personal education plan

·         Assist participants with job search activities, job attitudes, interviewing skills, and resume writing

·         Determine support service needs of participants

·         Complete documentation and paperwork accurately and in a timely manner

·         Record, organize, and manage participant and agency data consistent with program guidelines

·         Develop and maintain a network of employment contacts and resources

·         Attend meetings, trainings, and conferences related to employment programs

·         Work across multiple programs, maintaining a caseload of 50-60 participants

·         Adhere to specific program policies and guidelines

·         Make referrals to other community agencies

 

Qualifications:

·         Bachelor’s degree in vocational counseling, social work, or psychology preferred or a combination of education and experience

·         Experience with Public Assistance, employment programs, and job search planning

 

Needed Attributes:

·         Positive self-starter with strong organizational and superior communication skills

·         Issue identification, crisis management, problem-solving, and motivational techniques

·         Comfortable with confrontation

 

Full-time, 40 hours/week, Monday-Friday



Employment Counselor

2020-ET-005

Full-time Employment Counselor position open in Cloquet.MN.  Starting wage:  $19.58/hour.  Please apply by January 30, 2020, at www.aeoa.org, Careers tab, Professionals.  AA/EOE

 

 Provides orientation, assessment, and job search/planning services to program participants toward goal of employment.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

·         Maintain participant files and submit reporting forms and data as required

·         Complete participant assessments

·         Evaluate data to determine participant eligibility/priority

·         Develop strategies to meet the educational and employment goals of participants

·         Provide opportunities for group learning and support activities/projects

·         Assist participants in development of an employability and/or personal education plan

·         Assist participants with job search activities, job attitudes, interviewing skills, and resume writing

·         Determine support service needs of participants

·         Complete documentation and paperwork accurately and in a timely manner

·         Record, organize, and manage participant and agency data consistent with program guidelines

·         Develop and maintain a network of employment contacts and resources

·         Attend meetings, trainings, and conferences related to employment programs

·         Work across multiple programs, maintaining a caseload of 50-60 participants

·         Adhere to specific program policies and guidelines

·         Make referrals to other community agencies

 

Qualifications:

·         Bachelor’s degree in vocational counseling, social work, or psychology preferred or a combination of education and experience

·         Experience with Public Assistance, employment programs, and job search planning

 

Needed Attributes:

·         Positive self-starter with strong organizational and superior communication skills

·         Issue identification, crisis management, problem-solving, and motivational techniques

·         Comfortable with confrontation

 

Full-time, 40 hours/week, Monday-Friday


"Community Action ~ Helping People ~ Changing Lives"