Classified Title: Career Counselor Working Title: Career Counselor Role/Level/Range: ATP/03/PB Starting Salary Range: [[$43,101 - $59,202]] Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F 8:30am-5:00pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: [[1212 N. Wolfe Street]] Department name: 10003267-HEBCAC Dees Place Personnel area: School of Medicine
The Career Counselor supports the mission, goals, and objectives of the Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition as it relates to helping individuals obtain and maintain quality employment. This position also has lead responsibility for the Medicaid billing process related to Supported Employment Services.
Carries out the mission of the career services center which is to help clients find and keep meaningful work. Provides career counseling and referrals to assist clients with the career development process, including clarifying objectives and obtaining occupational information.
Provides career planning assistance through appointments with individuals, online assistance, and regularly scheduled workshops with groups.
Establishes and maintains effective and cooperative working relationships with clients, employers, and the general public. Initiates contact with employers to obtain current information about job opportunities and to forge partnerships to help get clients employed.
Assists clients with career development and planning process, including obtaining information on companies, current opportunities for employment and hiring practices, and making the transition into the work place.
Plans and implements job fairs as needed.
Distributes information on internships, summer jobs, and local part-time jobs.
Provides and updates computer software and library resources related to employment opportunities.
Counsels students about higher education opportunities.
Promotes office to clients, staff and employers through a variety of marketing efforts.
Establishes office policies and procedures, prepares regular reports, and collects and analyzes research data relevant to the career planning and placement of clients.
Assists in the development of a basic budget, supervises expenditures, and maintains fiscal responsibility.
Supervises intern and work study staff where and when applicable.
Oversees the implementation of Medicaid eligible Supportive Employment Services, ensuring that services to eligible individuals meet programs requirements. Ensure compliance with all aspects of the program to maintain eligibility.
Working with mental health clinician and other HEBCAC staff helps identify candidates for Supportive Employment.
Manages and oversees the Medicaid billing process. Tracks all billing activity to ensure billing proceeds are received.
This position is the supervisor of the Job Developer position within the Career Services Department.
This position is jointly supervised by the Program Directors of the Dee's Place Program and Youth Opportunity Program.
Bachelor's Degree and 3+ years experience required working with individuals with differing abilities. Experience with Supported Employment and Medicare billing process is a high priority. Must possess excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills; Demonstrated ability to foster working relationships with clients, employers, providers and other key stakeholders; Proficiency in Microsoft Office software applications. Must be able to work independently and possess a valid driver's license and good driving record.
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