Who We Are banner graphic
836384509
Program Support/Miscellaneous

Workforce Development Specialist, Community Link

Full-time FULL_TIME ; posted: Thursday, Oct 12 2017

2017-10-12

http://www.easterseals.com/gc

Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati

https://secure2.convio.net/es/images/content/pagebuilder/easterseals-logo-330.png

Phone: 513-281-2316

Email: hr@eastersealsgc.org

Please send resume to hr@eastersealsgc.org   Include position applying for in subject line

Do you want to work for an organization that helps people reach their full potential? Individual in this position provides direct services to participants by greeting individuals assigned to Community Link and determining intensity of services needed through intensive interviewing, observations, self-report, standardized test results and reports from other professionals and assists participants in making the best possible work assignment decisions, making assignments to work activity to be incorporated into the community Link Case Plan, referring qualified applicants to approved training and/or other available services in accordance with their Case Plan, ensuring linkage with Work Site Coordinator. Completes necessary documentation regarding assessment, referral and other follow-up services, attends joint case conferences as necessary. Must be willing to meet individuals served out in the community. Must have knowledge of Federal welfare-to-work regulations and/or CCMEP regulations.

Basic Responsibilities:

Do you want to work for an organization that helps people reach their full potential? Individual in this position provides direct services to participants by greeting individuals assigned to Community Link and determining intensity of services needed through intensive interviewing, observations, self-report, standardized test results and reports from other professionals and assists participants in making the best possible work assignment decisions, making assignments to work activity to be incorporated into the community Link Case Plan, referring qualified applicants to approved training and/or other available services in accordance with their Case Plan, ensuring linkage with Work Site Coordinator. Completes necessary documentation regarding assessment, referral and other follow-up services, attends joint case conferences as necessary. Must be willing to meet individuals served out in the community. Must have knowledge of Federal welfare-to-work regulations and/or CCMEP regulations

Qualifications:

Minimum qualifications include:

Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field, or 2 years college and 2 years human services experience working with inner city populations

Knowledge of customer service principles, case management and human services principles

Knowledge of computer software, applications and programs

Skilled in verbal and written communication

 Ability to exhibit flexibility in work schedule & job tasks

Exceptional organizational, planning, scheduling & problem solving skills

Ability to maintain good public relations

Valid driver’s license & insurance, a good driving record & reliable transportation

Powered by Blackbaud
nonprofit software