The Community Program team, at Interval House, is the caring, dedicated staff that provides a continuum of services which includes integrated and specialized services related to programs that help build economic self-sufficiency (BESS) such as employability skills coaching, outreach, supportive counselling, advocacy, housing and legal and support.
Are you passionate about offering superior delivery of services and care to clients? Are you knowledgeable of issues affecting women and children who have experienced intimate partner violence? Do you see the value in organized and structured case management and formal client support processes? Are you results focused with an emphasis on quality and quantity standards with great attention to detail?
The Job Developer’s position will enable you to utilize your planning, implementation and evaluation skills in clients’ career development within the social services sector. Apply your communication, negotiation and networking skills to market the Building Economic Self Sufficiency (BESS) program; recruit; develop and retain strong business relationships with potential and existing employers; develop work-related opportunities and connections that will facilitate the Community Programs’ clients to re-build their lives productively within their communities.
You will be able to further demonstrate your knowledge and skills through, but not limited to, the following duties and responsibilities:
· Determine the client’s skills and abilities, employment interests and barriers to securing and retaining successful employment
· Coach clients throughout job search and retention
· Research labour market information and resources
· Deliver presentations and information sessions
· Accurately maintain and analyze program statistical data for timely monthly and annual reports
Job & Competency Requirements:
· Relevant education in Career Development, and/or Social Services Diploma
· Minimum of one-year experience relevant to job development/coaching
· Effective group facilitation and presentation skills
· Proven ability to provide client’s case management to establish realistic job related/training goals
· Demonstrated skills in Microsoft suite
· Ability to demonstrate positive work relationship
· Analytical, planning, organizing and reporting skills – verbal and written Demonstrate positive work attitude and learning initiative
· Consistent ability to demonstrate professional behavior and respect for boundaries Ability to manage conflicts
· Demonstrated ability to exercise flexibility when needed
· Capable of managing emotional stress
· Ability to build and foster reliable work relationships within a diverse work environment
§ Group Insurance benefits, if eligible
§ Employee’s Work-life balance
§ Competitive compensation
§ A positive work environment
Please submit your cover letter and resume to:
Attention: Human Resources Subject line: JOB DEVELOPER
Good to Know:
We thank all applicants, however, only applicants with the required qualifications and competencies will be contacted.
Must be legally eligible to work in Canada and/or must have a valid work permit that allows the candidate to fulfill the requirements of the role.
All successful applicants must undergo a police vulnerable sector check.
Interval demonstrates its commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, respect in the workplace and does not condone any form of discrimination and workplace violence.
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