Main Areas of Responsibility:
Responsible for providing/coordinating job readiness and life-skills training and services to eligible Native American job seekers residing off-reservation in NM. S/he will work with WIOA participants, community service providers, educational/vocational institutions, and businesses to secure employment and/or employment enhancements for participants. The position will also provide information and referral services to participants.
Additional Areas of Responsibility:
Develop and implement Individual Employment Plans (IEP) for eligible individuals while providing case management services for participants’ successful completion of IEP; Perform outreach and recruit participants; Prepare periodic reports as outlined by supervisor; Conduct and evaluate participant assessments and evaluations; Provide follow-up services regarding employment or goal attainment. Identify and develop worksite placements and agreements. Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in Business, Education, Career Development, Social Sciences, Psychology or a Social Service field preferred; OR an Associates Degree with at least two years work experience in a case management workforce development setting. Significant experience working with and for Native American and Alaska Native people and communities.
Required Travel: Occasional out-of-state travel to attend training. Local travel (reimbursed).
Must have a car, auto insurance, and a valid drivers' license.