Case Management/Social Services, Employment-Related Services, Program Management
4 Year Degree
Manages a wide range of Adult Employment Program services and performs employment related educational activities and duties under the general supervision of the Employment & Training Manager.
Plans, implements, and evaluates the overall Adult Employment Program (AEP) including Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), Community Development Block Grant and Chef Training Program.
Provides AEP related educational activities consistent with the agency’s policies and requirements of the contracts.
Provides supervision for program staff for daily performances including all core and intensive services and related paperwork and responsible for program staff’s professional development, including planning, implementing, and evaluating staff professional growth activities and writing program staff annual report.
Develops and maintains contacts with prospective employers, educational institutions, other employment related agencies in both private and public sectors. This includes the establishment and maintenance of an Employment Advisory Committee and Chef Training Program Alumni Club.
Supervise, prepare report and evaluates the daily operation of Effort to Outcome (ETO) database system.
Works closely with the Employment & Training Manager in recruiting, interviewing, and recommending hiring of program staff.
Participates in writing grant proposals and reports for the program.
Authorizes program purchases and makes recommendations on major equipment and facilities.
Prepares required vouchers with documentation for funding purposes and responsible for writing all program reports and submitting them in a timely fashion.
Performs a variety of employment related educational activities for core and intensive service clients including primarily orientation, pre-employment training and employment related workshops.
Responsible for record keeping of all employment educational activities and submitting it in a timely fashion.
Works very closely with the Resource Center Facilitator in coordination of preparing, collecting, and maintaining employment related information and literature for the Resource Center.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree or above from an accredited college or university in business administration, social work, education or related fields.
Minimum of 2 years of experience in a social service or employment service setting, industry experience in supervision and administration.
Ability to speak, read, and write fluently in both English and Chinese (Cantonese is necessary and Mandarin is preferable)
Environment and Scheduling
Occasionally, irregular schedule depends on the needs of the agency behind regular work hours from 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday.
Chinese American Service League (CASL) is the largest most comprehensive social service agency in the Midwest dedicated to serving the needs of Chinese Americans. We provide child educational services, elder services, employment training services, employment training services, family counseling, and housing/financial education to clients of all ages and backgrounds. If you want to learn more about us, visit http://caslservice.org/