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Job Locations US-NY-Cassadaga
The Career Transition Readiness Specialist 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 - Maintains a high degree of discipline within the classroom setting -  Establishes, encourages and develops a high degree of trainee/instructor rapport with candidates - Ensures accountable and responsible classroom preparation - Encourages candidates to take accountability for their actions and for their attendance - Assists in accountability and maintenance of building, equipment and supplies, reporting all safety and security violations - Projects supplies and/or equipment needs and submits requisitions to the CPP Manager
Job ID
2020-2866
Location : Address
8115 Glasgow Road
Job Locations US-TX-Weslaco
The OA/CTS Supervisor Manages the recruitment of young adults (16-24) for the Job Corps program.  Ensures that recruitment and placement quotas per the Regional Department of Labor contract are met. Develops marketing strategies for outreach and recruitment. and placement Manages various tracking reports of student arrivals, quality placements and supervises several employees. - Supervises the recruitment and interviewing of young adults for the Job Corps program - Supervises the placement of young adults for the Job Corps program - Ensures the Center is maintained at 100% OBS with eligible and committed applicants - Manages the determination of applicants’ eligibility to participate in Job Corps based on eligibility guidelines established by the Department of Labor - Ensures each potential enrollee is provided with realistic information regarding the career training and services available in Job Corps as well as the requirements and expectations placed on applicants who enroll in Job Corps.  Ensures that enhanced labor market information is provided to all applicants - Coordinates linkages with community assistance and social service agencies in the local area to facilitate the referral of applicants. - Coordinates positive working relationships with One-Stop partners and Workforce Investment Boards to promote the Job Corps program and to develop referral sources of eligible youth who could benefit from participation in Job Corps - Develops and manages performance goals for Admissions Counselors and Career Advisors - Ensures all plans are developed and written in accordance with PRH guidelines - Interviews and selects staff, recommends hire or retention
Job ID
2020-2865
Location : Address
2290 West Pike Street
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
2020-2864
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue
Job Locations US-IA-Ottumwa
The Counseling Administrative Assistant performs administrative tasks. Coordinates office services and administrative activities for Job Corps Career Counselors. - Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and the operating principles. - Type business letters, memorandums, reports, charts, etc. on a personal computer. - Assists with the coordination morning attendance. - Composes and prepares routine correspondence for signatures. - Takes and transcribes dictation. - Independently prepares recurring reports for review and signature. - Sends and retrieves messages via E-Mail. - Faxes and retrieves incoming messages on a regular basis. - Maintains a safe environment for all computer equipment, data files, supplies, etc. - Attends meetings and conferences to furnish information and take notes. - Assists Career Counselors in scheduling appointments - Arranges for meetings and conferences. - Assists the Career Counselors with preparations and arrangements for special events. - Establishes and maintains confidential files and records. - Proofreads and corrects grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors. - Answers telephones and directs calls to appropriate person. May handle routine calls if informative on subject. - Orders necessary office supplies and equipment. - Operates office machines and instructs others in the operation of the same. - Attends in-service training sessions. - Assists Career Counselors in entering documentation for leaves and passes in CIS - Perform all similar and incidental duties as assigned to support the Mission, Vision, and Culture of CSD. - 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
Job ID
2020-2863
Location : Address
15229 Truman Street
Job Locations US-OK-Guthrie
Residential Advisors provide a safe, supportive, and predictable environment in dormitory supervision of Job Corps trainees in their daily activities, monitoring their progress in attaining performance contract goals and objectives and utilizing behavior management and intentional and consistent Core Value driven practices.  Conducts dormitory operations in accordance to Center operating policy and procedures and in accordance with CSD Operating Procedures. - Assists students in adjusting to Center life by providing supervision, behavior modification, and acting as a mentor. - Ensures that students meet required schedule, waking on time and being on time for work or school assignments. - Ensures that students are adequately prepared for the training day;students are dressed appropriately, etc. - Practices and models core values, as well as, conducts groups teaching and clarifying Core Values for students, with Case Manager assistance. - Provides daily supervision or assistance in monitoring students in personal hygiene, room/chore assignments, special recreation activities, cafeteria monitoring, transportation and programmed activities. - Provides informal counseling in relation to stress management, personal problems, emergency or home situations, etc., with students, and provides insight into responsible behaviors and attitudes.
Job ID
2020-2859
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue
Job Locations US-OK-Guthrie
The Culinary Arts Instructor performs as an instructor in a regular classroom setting, presenting instructions in designated subject area – Culinary Arts.   - 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. - Responsible for building and equipment in seeing that security measures are taken and equipment and supplies are cared for. - Accountable for the cleanliness of classrooms. - Prepares reports such as student/staff hours, requisitions and monthly student evaluations.
Job ID
2020-2858
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue
Job Locations US-OK-Guthrie
The Safety and Security Manager is responsible for supervising the day-to-day operations of the Safety and Security Department to provide maximum safety and security for students, staff, center property and the surrounding community.  Serves as the center’s designated safety and occupational health officer. Ensures proper screening of staff, students, and visitors entering and exiting the site. Responsible the Center Occupational Health and Safety program. - Assists students in adjusting to Center life to enhance student retention by providing supervision, behavior modification, counseling, and by acting as a positive role model and mentor. - Employee provides, and ensures staff assigned to their supervision provide, services that meet the needs of students in a timely professional manner with the highest degree of customer service in mind. - 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. - Ensures equipment and assigned work areas are clean and maintained in accordance with Center, CSD, and DOL standards, including conducting quarterly property counts, submitting property relocation requests, may serve as a property custodian, and submits maintenance requests as needed. - Supervises assigned staff, reviews and approves requests for time off, and may be required to arrange substitute staff coverage. Reviews for accuracy and approved assigned staff timesheets. - Conducts interviews of perspective new employees and makes recommendations for, or against hire, based of State and Federal laws, and company policy. - Conducts formal performance evaluations for staff under supervision in timely manner and provides regular and ongoing performance feedback. - Responsible for the performance management of all employees under supervision including issuing Behavior Modification Agreements in conjunction with Human Resources and following the chain of command in accordance with CSD’s code of staff conduct. - Responsible to ensure that assigned staff under supervision maintain an orderly, safe, clean and healthy living environment within areas of responsibility. - Assists in preparing staff schedule and weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual reports as assigned. - Enforces all laws, rules and regulations. Enforces the Zero Tolerance Policy and reports violations immediately to supervisor and/or duty officer. - Patrols assigned areas and remains alert for disturbances, fires, safety hazards, traffic violators, suspicious acts and/or persons, and other unusual conditions. - Performs building security and safety checks and inspections. - Receives complaints, investigates complaints, and documents facts incident reports, investigation summary reports. - Establishes and communicates safety, security and fire prevention policies with pertinent center and PRH regulations to students and staff - Contacts students who have been arrested and has necessary forms signed.  Makes arrangements for fine and/or bail payment.  Reports student incidents to the Center Director
Job ID
2020-2857
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue
Job Locations US-CA-San Jose
The Deputy Center Director plans, organizes, administers, and controls the following student programs and activities necessary to effectively operate and meet the objectives of the San Jose Job Corps Center students: Outreach and Admissions, Career Transition, Career Development and Social Development components.     - Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and the operating principles. - Responsible for the overall administration of the following components:  Outreach and Admissions, Career Transition (placement), and Career Development which includes, Academics, Career Technical Training and Social Development. - Responsible for meeting center’s established goals and objectives, ensuring the Center is maintaining 100% OBS, and meeting the Center’s Career Transition (placement) goals that are determined based on the National Office Standards. - Be aware and be familiar with the National Job Corps Office Visions and Goals, Regional Office initiatives, goals, plans, and projects. Responsible to communicate this information to the Center Director and appropriate staff. - Ensures that the Center maintains the highest level of Data Integrity in all reporting of Center statistics and metrics. - Serves as Center Director as necessary, in the absence of the Center Director. - Builds a continuing relationship with community leaders, local employers, social and civic organizations. - Ensures the Center Director abreast of all pertinent matters regarding students, staff, safety and other issues that require collaboration. - Develops and maintains open lines of communication with staff to provide a free flow of information to the Center Director. - Conducts regular departmental staff meetings and in-service training sessions. - May be responsible for planning and managing departmental budgets, making sure spending is under control and funds are wisely utilized. - Provides necessary reports for the Department of Labor and CSD. - Prepares departments for DOL/Corporate Assessments. - Complies with Equal Employment and Affirmative Action policies. - Responsible for the safe operation of assigned center functions and also the safety of the students. - Prepares and conducts staff performance evaluations. - Conduct interviews when there are direct report vacancies in respective areas, and recommends staff for hire in a timely manner. - All other duties assigned
Job ID
2020-2856
Location : Address
3485 East Hills Drive
Job Locations US-OK-Guthrie
The Security Officer is responsible for enforcing all laws, rules and policies authorized by the Safety and Security Department. - Enforces all authorized laws, rules and regulations. - Transports students in company vehicle. - Patrols assigned areas and remains alert for disturbances, fires, safety hazards, traffic violators, suspicious acts and/or persons, and other unusual conditions. - Aids and assists visitors, students and staff. - Performs building security and safety checks. - Receives complaints and makes appropriate preliminary investigations. - Provides escort service as directed. - Investigates vehicular accidents at center. - Issues visitor passes and temporary vehicle permits. - Participates in the disciplinary process as established at the center, including zero tolerance for violence and drugs.
Job ID
2020-2854
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue
Job Locations US-OK-Guthrie
The Records Specialist is responsible for the maintenance of trainee records and provides reports in accordance with DOL rules and regulations.   - Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and the operating principles - Coordinates with the Social Development Department to insure the accuracy of records dealing with trainee movement to, within or from the center - Maintains bed check rosters as required in the PRH.  Prints daily rosters for residential living and coordinates necessary changes with the Residential Living Supervisor - Prints weekly DATA 5 reports and weekly/monthly SPAMIS reports - Processes all trainees transfers and insures that information for new arrivals is  processed correctly - Coordinates all adjustments affecting trainee pay and allowances with SPAMIS.  Scans payroll for pay due transactions and verifies correctness with Accounting Department - Attends staff training sessions as required - Performs other duties as assigned  
Job ID
2020-2853
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue
Job Locations US-OK-Guthrie
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
2020-2852
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue
Job Locations US-ME-Bangor
The Certified Medical Assistant Instructor performs as an instructor in a regular classroom setting, presenting instructions in designated subject areas. - 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 the maintenance of student personnel folders - Records and forwards daily attendance to the Student Records area - Assists in the completion of all necessary Job Corps forms - Responsible for insuring that the equipment and supplies are cared for - Accountable for the cleanliness of classrooms - Responsible for reports required by the Manager/Coordinator such as student/staff hours, requisitions and monthly student evaluations - Assists Manager/Coordinator during scheduled inventory - Performs other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2020-2851
Location : Address
1375 Union Street
Job Locations US-MS-Crystal Springs
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
2020-2850
Location : Address
400 Harmony Rd
Job Locations US-MS-Crystal Springs
The Maintenance Worker is responsible for responding to general maintenance work orders throughout the center/academy.    - Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and operating principles - Performs interior and exterior center janitorial, building maintenance and ground keeping assignments according to work order - Performs minor building construction tasks. - Mows lawns, maintains grounds, picks up trash and papers. - Cares for plants, trees and flowers. - Insures that all tools and equipment are in good repair and kept in appropriate storage shed and closets. - Transports equipment and/or commodities throughout the center. - Change light bulbs, replaces faculty electrical cords, etc. - Adheres to all PRH, PAG, CDSS and CSDC policies and procedures, and the Center’s Operating Procedures. - Ensures all equipment and facilities are clean and maintained in accordance with Center, CSD and DOL standards. - Attends all training sessions and staff meetings as scheduled. Is CPR and First Aid Certifiable. - Maintains a work environment of zero accident and injuries including no loss-time accidents. - Ensures a work environment that provides an equal opportunity for all. - Performs other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2020-2849
Location : Address
400 Harmony Rd
Job Locations US-NY-Cassadaga
The Security Officer is responsible for enforcing all laws, rules and policies authorized by the Safety and Security Department. - Enforces all authorized laws, rules and regulations. - Transports students in company vehicle. - Patrols assigned areas and remains alert for disturbances, fires, safety hazards, traffic violators, suspicious acts and/or persons, and other unusual conditions. - Aids and assists visitors, students and staff. - Performs building security and safety checks. - Receives complaints and makes appropriate preliminary investigations. - Provides escort service as directed. - Investigates vehicular accidents at center. - Issues visitor passes and temporary vehicle permits. - Participates in the disciplinary process as established at the center, including zero tolerance for violence and drugs.
Job ID
2020-2847
Location : Address
8115 Glasgow Road
Job Locations US-TX-Laredo
The Sr. Recreation Specialist directs trainees in leisure-time recreation/non-vocational activities and leadership programs.   - Demonstrates and abides by the Company Core Values and the operating principles - Assists in organization and implementation of the recreational/non-vocational programs and encourage trainees' participation - Orders and issues materials, supplies, films, and game equipment upon Supervisor's review and approval - Develops and operates weekly game activities - Assists in center sponsored trips and events - Coaches teams engaged in on and off center activities - Assists trainees in drama and other creative activities - Helps train trainees in recreational/non-vocational aide program - Insures that all programs comply with Department of Labor requirements - Facilitates training for students in various recreational/non-vocational topics. (Water Safety, General Sports Safety,etc.) - Attends required staff training sessions - Performs other duties as assigned  
Job ID
2020-2846
Location : Address
1701 Island Street
Job Locations US-NY-Cassadaga
Residential Advisors provide a safe, supportive, and predictable environment in dormitory supervision of Job Corps trainees in their daily activities, monitoring their progress in attaining performance contract goals and objectives and utilizing behavior management and intentional and consistent Core Value driven practices.  Conducts dormitory operations in accordance to Center operating policy and procedures and in accordance with CSD Operating Procedures. - Assists students in adjusting to Center life by providing supervision, behavior modification, and acting as a mentor. - Ensures that students meet required schedule, waking on time and being on time for work or school assignments. - Ensures that students are adequately prepared for the training day;students are dressed appropriately, etc. - Practices and models core values, as well as, conducts groups teaching and clarifying Core Values for students, with Case Manager assistance. - Provides daily supervision or assistance in monitoring students in personal hygiene, room/chore assignments, special recreation activities, cafeteria monitoring, transportation and programmed activities. - Provides informal counseling in relation to stress management, personal problems, emergency or home situations, etc., with students, and provides insight into responsible behaviors and attitudes.
Job ID
2020-2845
Location : Address
8115 Glasgow Road
Job Locations US-OK-Guthrie
The Substitute Academic Instructor 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. - Maintains a high degree of discipline within the classroom setting in order to insure maximum learning. - Utilizes all possible curriculum resources available. - Responsible for adequate classroom preparation. - Records and forwards daily attendance to the Student Records area. - Assists in the completion of all necessary Job Corps forms. - Responsible for building and equipment in seeing that security measures are taken and equipment and supplies are cared for.
Job ID
2020-2844
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue
Job Locations US-OK-Guthrie
You would be directing trainees in leisure-time recreation/non-vocational activities and leadership programs.   - Assists in organization and implementation of the recreational/non-vocational programs and encourage trainees' participation - Orders and issues materials, supplies, films, and game equipment upon Supervisor's review and approval - Develops and operates weekly game activities - Assists in center sponsored trips and events - Coaches teams engaged in on and off center activities - Assists trainees in drama and other creative activities - Helps train trainees in recreational/non-vocational aide program - Insures that all programs comply with Department of Labor requirements    
Job ID
2020-2843
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue
Job Locations US-OK-Guthrie
The Manager of Information Systems (MIS) Specialist responsible for the secure and effective operation of all computer systems, access controls, and enablement of students to apply basic information technology to the development of their academic and career technical skills, needed for employment and job retention. - Provides End User Orientation at New Hire/Enrollment to include but not limited to CDSS/DOL System Securities, Policies, Access & Software Applications. - Provides End User training during Professional Development. - Provides End User training at CTR to include but not limited to Job Hunting/Social Media. - Administration of CDSS Securities necessary to meet JCDC & QAPP guidelines, and to assure Segregation of Duties. - Ensures implementation, Warranty, and continued Maintenance of Computer Hardware, Telephones, Peripherals, and Networks. - Administration of Internal Applications necessary for operations: i.e., POC Admin, OPAC, CIS, Public facing web page, Dental Software, and Report Exec, etc. - Administration of Electronic property temporarily assigned to OTP/IHCC students and loaned equipment to staff. - Develop and maintain job aids, checklists and standards of work necessary for Center support and IS Protocol/Operations. - Maintains Physical Security Camera, ID Badge systems and Access Controls - Supports Center digital displays, cell phone plan, cable services and copier contracts. - Responsible to the JCDC as Point of Contact (POC) for all End User Technical Assistance needed from Center. - Responsible to the JCDC for Hardware and Software upgrades, to include Patches and Service Packs and Imaging. - Responsible to the JCDC for Enhancement requests and implementation of new initiatives, i.e., Efolder and eTAR. - Involvement with other duties: PNC/GGI (Force field), Student Pay Call, Community Meetings, Award Ceremonies, etc. - Participate in pilot programs offered by the JCDC and ongoing efforts to keep up to date on technology. - Backup support as needed for NCI. - 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
Job ID
2020-2842
Location : Address
3106 W. University Avenue