C-Workforce Coordinator

Workforce Coordinator

General description of the position: Responsible for providing case management services to BGCAC Teens. The Workforce Case Manager is also responsible for the WIOA In-School Youth application/enrollment process, ensuring that programs comply with grant requirements.
essential tasks & responsibilities
v Enrolls all teens serviced in Club’s Membership Tracking System.
v Provide Workforce Readiness Case Management and track mentoring updates.
v Works in collaboration with BGCAC Teen Center Staff and Partners to coordinate activities that are linked to career mentoring and internships.
v Prepares monthly, quarterly, and annual reports. Educate and provide materials related to Workforce Development to members and parents.
v Maintain and update member files with progress notes as well as all Club required documents.
v Promote the program in the community and local schools by creating and participating in youth recruitment events.
v Completes any other task assigned by the Workforce Director or Penn Campus Senior Director. Develop and maintain relationships with the local school district and guidance counselors by scheduling monthly visits.
v Manage effectively, behaviors that are aligned with the club, grant compliance and health & safety protocols.
v Ensure that the daily operation complies with the requirements for a license Child Care Afterschool facility.
v Works closely with the Workforce Director to grow and solidify programming opportunities to through partnerships
v Implement programming club wide as assigned by the Workforce Director
organizational competencies & behaviors for the position
Strategic Planning
v Has knowledge of the objectives, goals and metrics of the organization.
v Develops plans that are aligned to the strategy to assure the compliance with goals and objectives.
v Demonstrates critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
v Has knowledge of the objectives, goals, and metrics of the organization.
v Develops plans that are aligned to the strategy to assure the compliance with goals and objectives.
v Demonstrates critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
Commitment with Quality
v Takes action to quickly respond and satisfy the needs of the clients in a cost-effective way. (children, youth, nonprofits, government, corporations, foundations, families, communities, donors/investors and internal clients).
v Develop continues improvement strategies for the services provide by the organization.
v Promote the continues improvement of services.
v Demonstrate with action its belief in the ability of youth to have a better future and to develop to their fullest potential.
Youth Development
v Promote the participation of youth in the different organizational processes.
v Have the capacity to know, apply and teach the positive youth development model.
Process Management
v Establish, validate, and implement processes to improve the operation.
v Establish principles and process of change and organizational development.
v Implement solution using Project management skills.
v Identify problems and execute analysis using continues improvement methodologies to identify possible solutions.
physical Demands: Requires standing and/or sitting on a regular basis. Ability to properly use computer software programs including Microsoft office suite, member tracking, and grant compliance systems. Ability to use computer equipment, fax, copy machine, calculator etc. Valid Driver’s License preferred.
Mental Demands: Ability to analyze problems, strategic planning, and Project management. Ability to manage problems with concrete variables, collect data and valid conclusions. Ability to read reports and apply concepts.
communication: Excellent written and verbal language skills that would aloud clear communication internally and externally. Bilingual a plus, prefer Spanish/English.
working conditions: Work in a normal Club environment which can vary if necessary. It requires transportation between different places.
The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed tocontain, nor to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications, and objectives required ofemployees assigned to this job.
Job Type: Part-time
Pay: $40,000.00 - $45,000.00 per year
Schedule:Monday to Friday
Experience: youth development work: 3 years (Required)
Work Location: In person