We are: A multi-state non-profit whose mission is to provide job training services to older workers age 55+. Over our 35+ year history, we have developed a comprehensive continuum of services for mature workers and we are recognized nationally as a leader in the field. We seek candidates to help administer and execute an innovative and exciting workforce development project.
We have: An immediate opening for an experienced professional to join our team. As a Regional Program Coordinator, responsibilities include coordinating program activities throughout a multi-county area, ensuring that the mission, goals, and objectives of the project are fulfilled, supervise and assist staff, recruit prospective program applicants, develop training plans and work directly with program participants to complete plans, identify and develop training and unsubsidized placement opportunities for program participants, and develop community partnerships. College degree preferred. Bi-lingual, Spanish preferred. Some work related travel is required and reimbursed. Position will be based in either Chittenden or Franklin county.
We need: An individual with 3-5 years of relevant work experience; knowledge of the local labor market areas and state workforce system; proficient in Microsoft Office Suite products; excellent organizational, presentation, and communication (oral and written) skills; team oriented yet capable of working in a self-directed workplace.
We value: Collaboration, attention to detail, can-do attitude and a passion for helping people better their lives.
Please email your cover letter with salary requirements and resume to: email@example.com. Only those applicants who submit both documents will be considered.
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
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