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Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
You would be responsible for the design, development and coordination of the Alcohol and Other Drugs of Abuse Prevention/Intervention Program.   - Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and the operating principles. - Designs, develops and implements all programs related to substance use and abuse prevention and intervention in conjunction with the Mental Health Consultant, Counseling and Health Services staff, center physician and Academy Director. - Coordinates all programs designed to reduce and eliminate substance use and abuse. - Conducts in-service training sessions with both staff and students in all areas related to substance use and abuse. - Submits recommendations to the Academy Director for medical termination’s related to substance misuse and abuse in conjunction with the Mental Health Consultant, center physician, Health and Wellness Administrator, etc. - Acts as liaison between center and agency resource and referral contacts. - Monitors behavior and progress of students involved in the Alcohol and Other Drugs of Abuse Prevention/Intervention Program. - Maintains confidential reports and records on all referrals and cases. - Prepares and submits appropriate reports as required - Attends required staff training sessions. - Performs other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2022-4968
Location : Address
3100 Meadowview Road
Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
The ACT/OTP Coordinator performs as an instructor in a regular classroom setting, presenting instructions in designated subject areas. - Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and the operating principles - Develops and implements a center Advanced Career Training and Off Center Training Program based on goals and objectives as determined by Job Corps guidelines - Develops a program that will generate ACT/OTP opportunities for students; meets with college personnel to explore all possible avenues for placement. - Reviews records to ascertain which students would benefit from college programs. - Assists in processing and maintenance of records of students in the ACT/OTP Program and prepares required reports on enrollments. - Conducts tours of the center for college personnel; serves as guest speaker on and off center to promote the ACT/OTP program. - Assists students in registering for, and scheduling classes and other matters as needed for college enrollment - Monitors student attendance, progress and performance while enrolled in ACT/OTP program. - Conducts individual and group counseling sessions with assigned students regarding educational and personal development.
Job ID
2022-4966
Location : Address
3100 Meadowview Road
Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
The Custodian/Groundskeeper is responsible for performing general maintenance duties throughout the center.    - Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and the operating principles - Inspects and reports on the mechanical condition of vehicles - Assists in the relocation of center equipment and furniture - Performs minor building construction tasks - Performs interior and exterior center janitorial, building maintenance and grounds keeping assignments - Attends required staff training sessions as required - Performs other duties as assigned
Job ID
2022-4965
Location : Address
3100 Meadowview Road
Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
The Admissions Counselor plans and implements a local outreach program to ensure a sufficient number of referrals for Job Corps participation.    - Implements a local outreach program to insure a sufficient number of referrals, within Penobscot, Piscataquis, and Hancock counties, which requires travel throughout the areas. - Conducts in-depth interviews with applicants. - Collects and records accurate data and signatures on all applicable forms. - Reviews and assesses all application materials and personal observations to make an informed judgment about applicant’s suitability for the program. - Approves or denies all applications to Job Corps with the exception of those needing medical or mental health review, behavior and applications for readmission. - Establishes rapport with applicants and provides ongoing support through the application process, pre-departure and updates and during center stay. - Update student information, such as addresses, etc. - Establishes and maintains positive partnerships with center staff to ensure that centers receive committed and informed applicants and that student’s receive quality services.  - Performs other duties as assigned. 
Job ID
2022-4963
Location : Address
3100 Meadowview Road
Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
Career Transition Readiness Instructor is responsible for coordinating all administrative aspects of Career Readiness candidates’ commitment to enrollment prior to their entry into the Career Preparation Period. - Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and the operating principles - Ensures that all potential enrollees assigned to the Career Readiness Program are assessed for accountability and participation in accordance with Center, Corporate and Regional standards - Escorts Career Readiness candidates to all activities during their scheduled time on Center - Meets with Outreach and Admissions and Center staff weekly to report on Career Readiness candidates’ daily participation and commitment to program - Assists in selection of candidates and reports same on TA submitted to CPP Manager and Outreach and Admissions Manager weekly - Supervises preparation of culmination activity at the close of each training week.  Responsible for preparing candidates’ certificates for presentation at culmination activity - Promotes a positive and desirable atmosphere within the classroom setting to ensure maximum motivation - Ensures accountable and responsible classroom preparation - Encourages candidates to take accountability for their actions and for their attendance - Performs other duties as assigned
Job ID
2022-4960
Location : Address
3100 Meadowview Road
Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
The Registered Nurse is assists in the medical assessment and treatment of students. - Conducts cursory examinations of all new students. - Conducts evaluation and treatment of students during daily sick call as per Job Corps Standing Orders. - Measures and records student vital signs, conduct cursory hearing and vision exams. Obtain and test urine, PPD’s  and serum samples utilizing department equipment per policy. - Performs phlebotomy procedures as required. Develop a working knowledge of the CDC Laboratory computer system and testing procedures per National Job Corps protocol. - Administers specified medications and notes times and amounts on patients’ charts. Assists in counting and maintaining narcotic medication logs.  Observes students and report adverse reactions to medication to Health and Wellness Manager. - Schedules medical appointments for on center and community appointments. - Assist with Chronic Care Management Plans and Accommodations Plans in the CIS System. - Serves as Co-Disability Coordinator, managing and providing medical accommodations to students. - Support HEALS Committee and Activities. - Attends required staff training sessions.
Job ID
2022-4959
Location : Address
3100 Meadowview Road
Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
The Academic Manager performs as an instructor in a regular classroom setting, presenting instructions in designated subject area   - Promotes a positive and desirable atmosphere within the classroom setting to insure maximum student motivation. - Plans, directs and supervises the activities of the Academic Department. Insures Job Corps-approved curriculum is being taught in individual classrooms.  - Supervises procurement and use of supplemental materials, including multi-media equipment and materials. - Projects and plans for instructional needs. Insures proper teaching methods are being employed for the subject area being taught. - Plans and administers departmental budget. - Assesses personnel needs and works with the Human Resources Department to screen and interview potential staff members. Approves promotions, transfers and merit evaluations within the department. Prepares and conducts performance appraisals. - Prepares and submits reports as required. Insures proper records on trainees’ progress, performance, etc., are maintained by the instructors and proper record of trainees’ attendance is maintained by the Academic Department. - Formulates proposals and makes recommendations to the Director on all changes to policies and procedures pertaining to the Academic Department. - Analyzes data from questionnaires, interviews, group discussions, etc., to evaluate curriculum teaching methods and community participation in education and other programs. - Responsible for insuring departmental equal employment and affirmative action departmental objectives and goals are met. - Develops a planned orientation program for new instructors and provides in-service training of all departmental staff. Conducts regular meetings with departmental staff. - Conducts regular staff meetings to clarify purposes and roles.
Job ID
2022-4957
Location : Address
3100 Meadowview Road
Job Locations US-NY-Cassadaga
The Career Technical Training Manager plans, directs and supervises, under center guidelines and policies, the activities of the Career Development Phase of the Career Development Services System. - Plans, directs, and supervises the activities of the following Job Corps departments: Career Preparation, Academics, Career Technical Training, and Work-based Learning. - Projects and plans for instructional needs and secures facilities, materials and staff to adequately administer the department’s programs. - Plans and administers budget for the department. - Assesses personnel needs and works with the Human Resources Department to screen and interview potential staff members. - Provide quality customer service to the Center, trainees, employment and educational partners, and the community at-large. - Ensures all Career Development departments meet goals established by the Department of Labor, CSD, and the Center Director. - Ensures the center maintains WASC accreditation status. - Ensures the center maintains all individual program accreditations and state approvals, as applicable. - Prepares and submits all reports as required by the Center Director. - Prepares and conducts departmental staff performance evaluations. - Works with departmental staff in meeting program objectives and maintaining and enhancing program quality and performance. - Formulates proposals and makes recommendations to the Center Director on all changes in policies and procedures pertaining to the department. - Develops a planned orientation program for new hires and provides in-service training for departmental staff. - Ensures compliance with EEO, AAP, OSHA and other contractual obligations. - Attends required staff training sessions. - Assist students with resume development, job search strategies, and utilize Labor Market Information (LMI) and other resources to develop placement support efforts tailored to meet the needs and qualifications of each individual student - Perform all similar and incidental duties as assigned to support the Mission, Vision, and Culture of CSD.
Job ID
2022-4956
Location : Address
8115 Glasgow Road
Job Locations US-OK-Guthrie
The Career Transition Specialist is responsible for counseling students in all aspects of career transition readiness, job search skills, job placement issues, job retention, and Job Corps student exit processes. Responsible for identifying exited students who are no longer employed or in school and ensure a reconnection with another placement, school, or a Remote Career Transition Specialist.  - Conducts interviews with students entering the Career Transition Phase of CDSS. Provides re-orientation and further focus on job search techniques - Creates and maintains a caseload of active student files, establishing a tickler system for caseload management, maintains bi-weekly or (at minimum) monthly contact through telephone correspondence - Visits classrooms and trade shops to familiarize students with Career Transition processes, employability skills, career preparation, job search, job retention, etc. Familiarizes students with Advance Training, military, and job offers - Coordinates mock interview sessions. Assists in the coordination of job fairs and career days - Maintains linkages with military services, One Stop and other external resources, maintain job banks, secures and post job leads, set up job interview, arranges transportation assistance and other support services. Performs job development by screening leads from newspaper classifieds, telephone, and personal contacts, referrals, Internet, and other youth service organizations - Ensures that all necessary licenses, certificates, transcripts and/or any pertinent document that will aid in job search are completed/obtained preferably prior to students’ exit - Identifies support services needed for relocation, makes referrals to support services agencies. Develops and maintains a resource center for support services - Serves as chairperson of the student’s Career Assessment Panel and submits appropriate reports - Participates in individual or group counseling services in coordination with Social Development Department and Mental Health Consultant, as needed - Upon learning of a lost placement, intensifies contact frequency and presents job offers to contacted students, reminds students of importance of job search and job retention. With ongoing contact and cooperation with Remote Career Transition Specialists, secures and arranges for potential job interviews for former enrollees  
Job ID
2022-4954
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue
Job Locations US-ME-Limestone
The Career Preparation Specialist is responsible for the successful implementation of student career preparation including oversight of the center Student Orientation Program and Occupational Exploration Program. - Assists students in adjusting to Center life with a significant emphasis on enhancing student retention by providing support, supervision, behavior modification, counseling, and by acting as a positive role model and mentor. - Ensures that student needs are met in a timely professional manner with the highest degree of customer service in mind. - Prepares reports and forms and documents in CIS case notes and files observations of student’s behavior, performance, notable information or events, and progress towards achieving goals and objectives. - Maintains confidentiality, but reports significant events or situations immediately through approved channels to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of students and staff, and to ensure that required reporting occurs, and that students receive emergency services as needed. - Facilitates prompt and appropriate assistance to students in the event of injury, illness, or emotional trauma. - Meets individually with student assigned to their area responsibility at a minimum of once each month documenting the meetings in case notes. - Researches and develops curriculum to assist the center teams with positive retention rates, students’ ability to learn basic informational technology and job search skills. - Develops needs assessment of employment barriers and identifies potential transitional services that students may need for successful job placement and job retention. - Ensures students receive instruction addressing basic living skills.
Job ID
2022-4952
Location : Address
36 Montana Road
Job Locations US-CA-San Jose
The English Language Learner/Special Education Instructor performs as an instructor in a regular classroom setting, presenting instructions in designated subject area, specifically Special Education.   - Promotes a positive and desirable atmosphere within the classroom setting to insure maximum student motivation. - Maintains a high degree of discipline within the classroom setting in order to insure maximum learning. - Establishes a high degree of student/instructor rapport. - Utilizes all possible curriculum resources available. - Responsible for adequate classroom preparation. - Maintains student personnel folders. - Records and forwards daily attendance to the Student Records area. - Accountable for the cleanliness of classrooms. - Prepares reports such as student/staff hours, requisitions and monthly student evaluations.
Job ID
2022-4951
Location : Address
3485 East Hills Drive
Job Locations US-OK-Guthrie
The Admissions Counselor plans and implements a local outreach program to ensure a sufficient number of referrals for Job Corps participation.    - Implements a local outreach program to insure a sufficient number of referrals, within Penobscot, Piscataquis, and Hancock counties, which requires travel throughout the areas. - Conducts in-depth interviews with applicants. - Collects and records accurate data and signatures on all applicable forms. - Reviews and assesses all application materials and personal observations to make an informed judgment about applicant’s suitability for the program. - Approves or denies all applications to Job Corps with the exception of those needing medical or mental health review, behavior and applications for readmission. - Establishes rapport with applicants and provides ongoing support through the application process, pre-departure and updates and during center stay. - Update student information, such as addresses, etc. - Establishes and maintains positive partnerships with center staff to ensure that centers receive committed and informed applicants and that student’s receive quality services.  - Performs other duties as assigned. 
Job ID
2022-4950
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue
Job Locations US-ME-Bangor
The Registered Nurse is assists in the medical assessment and treatment of students. - Conducts cursory examinations of all new students. - Conducts evaluation and treatment of students during daily sick call as per Job Corps Standing Orders. - Measures and records student vital signs, conduct cursory hearing and vision exams. Obtain and test urine, PPD’s  and serum samples utilizing department equipment per policy. - Performs phlebotomy procedures as required. Develop a working knowledge of the CDC Laboratory computer system and testing procedures per National Job Corps protocol. - Administers specified medications and notes times and amounts on patients’ charts. Assists in counting and maintaining narcotic medication logs.  Observes students and report adverse reactions to medication to Health and Wellness Manager. - Schedules medical appointments for on center and community appointments. - Assist with Chronic Care Management Plans and Accommodations Plans in the CIS System. - Serves as Co-Disability Coordinator, managing and providing medical accommodations to students. - Support HEALS Committee and Activities. - Attends required staff training sessions.
Job ID
2022-4949
Location : Address
1375 Union Street
Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
Develop, implement and monitor the Mental Health Program to include staff development, mental health counseling of students, AODA (Alcohol and Other Drugs of Abuse) program counseling, according to the Job Corps Federal Regulations and the (PRH) Policy and Requirements Handbook DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES  - 1. Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and the operating principles. - 2. Responsible for the development, implementation and monitoring of the Center’s Mental Health Program, including supervision of all mental health interns and employees. - 3. Advises the Center Director and Health Services staff of all mental health matters. - 4. Conducts staff development and training in the use of mental health principles and techniques. - 5. Develops, schedules and documents weekly staff training as required by Job Corps Federal Regulations and the PRH. - 6. Consults and promotes the coordination and integration of mental health with other Center programs and activities, including Counseling, Residential Life, Education and Recreation in cooperation with Center Health Services staff and other Center staff.  - 7. Provides consultation with Health Services staff and all other appropriate staff concerning Mental Health issues with students. - 8. Develops constructive programs for meeting students’ mental health issues and working with the Center disciplinary, maximum benefits, inter-group relations and the AODA prevention programs. - 9. Documents and submits forms and correspondence to local, State and Federal agencies to meet all requirements of the program. - 10. Ensures and maintains confidentiality of all records. - 11. Issues and maintains Standing Orders on all mental health issues as required by the Federal Job Corps program. - 12. Provides evaluation and diagnostic services to inpatient or outpatient students. - 13. Provides limited psychiatric treatment as permitted by licensure. - 14. Provides appropriate case information to Center staff on a need-to-know basis. - 15. Arranges off Center referrals and treatments (inpatient and outpatient) as needed, according to Job Corps health directives. - 16. Provides on-call mental health services for emergencies, 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.  MHC may provide services by phone or in person.  May choose arrangements for services on behalf of the Center for appropriate services. - 17. Provides documentation and referrals of students who are recommended for termination from the program.  
Job ID
2022-4946
Location : Address
3100 Meadowview Road
Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
The Property Clerk Assists in receiving, stocking, shipping and maintaining inventory of all center supplies and equipment   - Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and the operating principles - Assists in performing shipping and receiving duties - Assists in inventory control and accountability functions - Verifies all incoming supplies and materials - Issues inventory items as specified by center procedures - Posts and maintains records which may require follow-up - Monitors inventory levels of consumable materials, except foodstuffs.  Prepares appropriate purchase requisitions for approval - Attends staff training sessions as required  
Job ID
2022-4944
Location : Address
3100 Meadowview Road
Job Locations US-CA-San Jose
The Licensed Vocational Nurse assists in the medical care and treatment of students.   - Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and the operating principles. - Assists in conducting cursory examinations and physicals. - Assists in evaluation and treatment of students during sick call as per Job Corps Standing Orders. - Takes and records patient’s vital signs. - Performs phlebotomy procedures as required. - Administers specified medications and notes times and amounts on patients’ charts.  Observes students and report adverse reactions to medication to Health Services Supervisor. - Schedules medical appointments. - Sterilizes equipment and supplies.  Follows infection control procedures.  Documents all procedures, counseling and education provided to students. - Attends required staff training sessions. - Performs other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2022-4943
Location : Address
3485 East Hills Drive
Job Locations US-ME-Bangor
The Career Preparation Specialist is responsible for the successful implementation of student career preparation including oversight of the center Student Orientation Program and Occupational Exploration Program. - Assists students in adjusting to Center life with a significant emphasis on enhancing student retention by providing support, supervision, behavior modification, counseling, and by acting as a positive role model and mentor. - Ensures that student needs are met in a timely professional manner with the highest degree of customer service in mind. - Prepares reports and forms and documents in CIS case notes and files observations of student’s behavior, performance, notable information or events, and progress towards achieving goals and objectives. - Maintains confidentiality, but reports significant events or situations immediately through approved channels to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of students and staff, and to ensure that required reporting occurs, and that students receive emergency services as needed. - Facilitates prompt and appropriate assistance to students in the event of injury, illness, or emotional trauma. - Meets individually with student assigned to their area responsibility at a minimum of once each month documenting the meetings in case notes. - Researches and develops curriculum to assist the center teams with positive retention rates, students’ ability to learn basic informational technology and job search skills. - Develops needs assessment of employment barriers and identifies potential transitional services that students may need for successful job placement and job retention. - Ensures students receive instruction addressing basic living skills.
Job ID
2022-4942
Location : Address
1375 Union Street
Job Locations US-ME-Limestone
The Heavy Truck Driving Instructor conducts and manages vocation training in regular classroom/truck driving setting.    - Teaches State of Maine C.D.L. curriculum for Class A and Class B licensure including Maine Driving Dynamics and applicable endorsements as required by DOL/State of Maine Training Achievement Record. - Utilizes all possible curriculum resources available - Responsible for the maintenance of student personnel folders and student training achievement records - Records and forwards daily attendance to the Student Records area - Responsible for insuring that the equipment and supplies are cared for - Accountable for the cleanliness of classrooms - Responsible for reports required by the Manager such as student/staff hours, requisitions and monthly student evaluations
Job ID
2022-4936
Location : Address
36 Montana Road
Job Locations US-ME-Limestone
The Administrative Assistant performs complex administrative tasks using a personal computer. Coordinates office services and administrative activities for Job Corps center; interprets operating policies and Core Values; exercises independent judgment in the resolution of administrative problems. - Type business letters, memorandums, reports, charts, etc. on a personal computer. - Independently prepares recurring reports for review and signature. - Faxes and retrieves incoming messages on a regular basis, - Performs system backup procedures on the computer - Maintains a safe environment for all computer equipment, data files, supplies, etc. - Attends meetings and conferences to furnish information and take notes. - Schedules appointments and maintains the Director's calendar. - Assists the Director with preparations and arrangements for special events. - Establishes and maintains confidential files and records. - Answers telephones and directs calls to appropriate person. May handle routine calls if informative on subject. - Orders necessary office supplies and equipment. - Assists in the training of new clerical personnel.  
Job ID
2022-4934
Location : Address
36 Montana Road
Job Locations US-OK-Guthrie
The Assistant Center Standards Officer assists the Center Standards Officer in administering, the center behavior management system   - Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and the operating principles - Reviews all behavioral reports for consistency and conformity to the rules; informs supervisor of irregularities - Monitors and coordinates all class attendance reports from the Career Development Department, forwarding these reports to the Resident Advisors and then to the Center Standards Officer for disciplinary action - Assists in preparation of all statistical reports necessary in compiling the Monthly Management Report, and other statistics concerning disciplinary activities - Insures proper recording and documentation of all disciplinary systems and that Job Corps policies and guidelines are followed - Maintains a complete file of all student disciplinary records - Maintains reports, files and systems to assist Center Standards Officer in rapid retrieval of data - Attends required staff training sessions - Performs other duties as assigned
Job ID
2022-4928
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue