Case Management/Social Services, Education/Teaching/Training, Employment-Related Services
4 Year Degree
Conducts orientations and TABE testing as scheduled.
Performs in-depth interview assessments with clients including review of educational and work history.
Facilitates Career Development workshops for agency clients.
Provides short-term and long-term vocational or career counseling and career pathway planning for clients (including any crisis intervention referral that may be appropriate).
Assesses clients’ interests, aptitudes and skill levels; arranges for appropriate testing and/or verification of stated skills.
Maintains consistent communication with assigned clients.
Performs comprehensive annotation of client files and the accurate and timely recording of client service delivery information.
Collects employment placement verification and training credential documentation from clients and/or employers.
Registers and exits clients from the appropriate database system.
Assists in the development of ongoing strategic planning and implementation of new programs and services.
Attends community/agency meetings and reports information and materials back to the agency staff.
Assists in the identification of training initiatives and programs for clients.
Assists in the development of new employer-agency relationships.
Assists in the development and production of the quarterly client newsletter; gathers related material and suggests ideas for inclusion.
Assists in any assignments necessary to accomplish the overall mission and objectives of the agency.
Must have some college. Bachelor’s Degree Preferred.
Previous workforce development experience is preferred but not required.
Must exhibit strong interpersonal skills.
Ability to understand, articulate and work in conjunction with the mission of the organization.
Ability to assist others in the development and realization of stated career goals.
Ability to demonstrate successful placement and retention of clients.
Ability to prioritize/manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of personnel and clientele and provide direction and assistance as required.
Ability to learn and develop competency in job-related computer applications (e.g., MS Office, ETO, Illinois Work Net, Career Connect, CitySpan, etc.).
About St. Sabina Employment Resource Center
St Sabina Employment Resource Center (The ERC) is a faith based workforce development and financial opportunity center committed to developing our clients to choose career paths while also supporting and encouraging them to achieve economic self-sufficiency and an overall improved quality of life. The ERC is equally committed to establishing the agency as a beneficial resource to businesses by assisting them in their efforts to identify and retain qualified candidates for employment.