Under the direction of the Youth Opportunity (YO) Program Director, the Job Developer will work with young people to define goals (outcomes) based on capacities, strengths and developmental needs of youth. Responsibilities will include providing full marketing service to employers and employability services to the youth participating at the Youth Opportunity Center.
Essential Functions Of Position Include, But Are Not Limited To The Following:
Markets Youth Opportunity services to employers to develop jobs for out-of-school youth served by the Youth Center
Markets and develops customized training opportunities for YO participants and negotiates subsequent contracts and agreements with employers and training vendors
Identifies employment and training needs required with changing labor market trends
Develops and maintains the information of an inventory of eligible and qualified youth for referral to jobs
Works with youth to help assess their employment goals and assists in enhancing their employability by conducting workshops, job clubs, and job search seminars
Arranges at least 20 job interviews for qualified youth per month, as well as referrals to customized training or other appropriate employment activities
Coordinates and conduct employer activities on a regular basis on site at Youth Center (i.e. Job fairs, mass recruitment sessions, job specific pre-screening workshops)
Maintains a posting of current job openings and OJT opportunities at the Center
Develops and maintains an active employer caseload
Adheres to program performance goals
Maintains and analyzes records as required
Makes recommendations to management concerning ways to facilitate transition of youth from programs to unsubsidized private sector jobs
May be responsible for, or participate in, special projects
Performs other duties as required
Completion of High School Diploma or GED equivalent
Completion of two (2) years of college at an accredited college or university
Four (4) years of sales experience or experience in employment, training, or related fields which require a high degree of marketing the program service.
Preferably two (2) years of which were counseling and job placement
Additional relevant experience may be substituted on a year for year basis for college and vice versa
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, employers, co-workers and representatives of other organizations
Knowledge of youth development principles
Knowledge of the purpose, functions and scope of OED program's policies and procedures
Knowledge of the principles and practices of personnel selection as it is practiced in the public and private sector
Ability to interpret, apply and explain Federal laws, regulations, and policies governing OED programs
Ability to motivate youth and relate to their needs and interest
Knowledge of the labor market in the Baltimore metropolitan area
Ability to counsel customers to affect positive outcomes and meet program measurable goals
Ability to make persuasive presentations, and to produce accurate detailed and well documented proposals
Knowledge of tools used to assess customers' employment needs and ability to use such tools effectively
Ability to work as a member of a team to assure project completion
Ability to or organize work in order to meet established deadlines
Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
P.C. skills – knowledge of Windows (Word, Access, Outlook, & Case Management Software)
Classified Title: Job Developer Working Title: Job Developer Role/Level/Range: ACRO40/E/02/CD Starting Salary Range: $16.10-$22.12 Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F 8:30am-5:00pm Exempt Status: Non-Exempt Location: 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus Department name: 10003266-HEBCAC Youth Opportunity Center Personnel area: School of Medicine
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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