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Bilingual Creole Orientation Facilitator

Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/30/2024 3:44 PM)
ID
2024-2829
Category
Career Compass-Brooklyn

Overview

NADAP is a multiservice non-profit agency dedicated to helping people with medical, behavioral health and social service needs to become self-sufficient. NADAP programs assist disadvantaged populations in New York City and Long Island. NADAP's services include health insurance enrollment, assessment, care coordination, case management, professional training, job preparation and placement services. NADAP is dedicated to building a culturally diverse workforce, one that aspires to promote an environment that welcomes and supports diversity, equity, inclusion and affirms equal opportunities for all.
Visit us at www.nadap.org

 

 

Position Summary
Provides interactive and motivational orientation to HRA CareerCompass participants, including administering and scoring assessment tests. Assists in providing additional workshops including job preparation, sector­based overview and instruction, job search assistance, on­line applications and resume preparation; to develop and enhance clients’ work­related skills in preparation for job placement or other engagement activities in the HRA Career Pathways model.

Responsibilities

Essential Functions


-Facilitates daily motivational orientations for newly referred HRA CareerCompass clients.
-Responsible for administering and scoring the TABE Test, BEST Test and SABE Test
-Conducts workshops on self­assessment and introduces on­line tools that are used in a group setting. Assessments workshops topics include: interest, skills, values, etc.
-Conducts orientation and workshops utilizing prepared curricula and appropriate materials, integrating vocational concepts and professionalism in a classroom setting.
-Conducts interactive facilitation allowing for questions, comments and discussion from clients.
-Maintains contact with Career Service Coordinators (CSC) to transition clients to the one­on­one intake process immediately following orientation.
-Maintain and execute documentation and workflow through computer­based programs and technology that draws on basic software/computer skill set.
-Assists with job readiness workshops for program participants on such topics as: resume preparation and writing, introduction to business sectors, online job applications and follow up, job search tools, using email, interviewing skills, workplace ethics, soft skills and business conduct, networking and financial literacy.
-Attends and participates in meetings, staff development sessions and in­service training as assigned.
-Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Formal Education High School
Experience 3 Years
Bachelor’s Degree in education, vocational rehabilitation or social­ service related field preferred.

Bilingual Creole speaker required.

 

Working 5 days on site

Salary: $41,000/year

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