Coach, Employment Enrichment Services - Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center
- 05-Apr-2021 to 30-Apr-2021
- - Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center
- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- Salary range is $30k to $38k commensurate with experience
- Full Time
- MRNC provides good benefits including health care, dental and vision
Are you a people person? Comfortable talking to anyone? Can you be engaging and capture their interest?. Our Employment Enrichment Services team requires a Coach to support our work with adult clients of all ages looking to advance from a job to a better job to a career.
Since 1911, one thing hasn't changed about Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center: Our devotion to helping others. The Center provides social services to the West Indianapolis neighborhood, home to around 8,000 individuals, and increasingly serves a wider geographic audience across the city both directly and through partnerships. With a full-time staff of 20+ and a significant support staff of interns, we are working together with our clients to create better opportunities. The Employment Enrichment team has deep experience in workforce development and is growing thanks to recent successes partnering with other organizations in new funding opportunities.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
1) Employment Coaching that helps clients advance their employment prospects of hourly rate, retention, and prospects for advancement.
a) Enrollment of new clients in a prompt and efficient manner
b) Creation of an individual service plan for each enrolled client and
c) Individual and group coaching with assigned clients
d) Facilitate group events: Orientation, Job Readiness, Hiring events etc.
e) Participate in activities to recruit new clients and meet contracted service goals
2) Program services
a) Coordinate adult learning programs including ensuring a consistent MRNC presence to integrate support services as needed by students.
b) Support the development and sustaining of relationships with members of our Career Development Network.
c) Communicate regularly with Marketing & Communications staff to ensure the creation and placement/delivery of effective communications to our clients and target audience.
a) In a timely manner, complete or ensure the completion of data entry required by funding sources
b) Report Key Performance Indicators on weekly or monthly basis as indicated by your supervisor
c) Ensure client files are current and participate in audits when required
d) Other duties as assigned
Candidates should possess at least a high school diploma. Related post-secondary education may be an advantage. We prefer but do not require that candidates can demonstrate experience of success in workforce development positions. All candidates must show excellent people skills and be capable of effective interviewing and relationship building with a diverse audience. Great customer service skills are also required.
Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center wants a strong and diverse pool of candidates to interview for our open positions. We welcome interest from anyone who has a passion for our work and the commitment to get it done. If you believe you have experience and a passion for helping individuals and families facing the challenges of inner-city poverty needed for this position, please apply, we want to hear from you.
ATTENTION: Be Prepared - To assist you and the search committee in discerning your match for the position, we suggest you prepare your responses to these questions prior to hitting "APPLY" to make your application. Applications will not be considered without question responses.
Review information available about Mary Rigg at our website, on social media and anywhere else you can find it. In particular, consider our mission, vision and values and explain how you think you fit into our culture.
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Click the APPLY button to submit cover letter and resume by April 30.