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Career Services Coordinator

Job Locations US-Hempstead
Posted Date 1 month ago(6/4/2024 10:20 AM)
Nassau CES


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.


Program Overview:

The Nassau Comprehensive Employment Services (N-CES) team provides vocational services to assist client’s to achieve their employment goals. Services include providing assessment, training, job search and placement services, retention, and career advancement.


  • Assist with the placement of program participants into internal and external programs and services, such as WEP, vocational training, and other community service internships
  • Collaborate with DSS staff on client progress and engagement and other CES staff to coordinate and facilitate employment readiness, placement and retention services
  • Complete electronic assessment for each enrolled client on the first day of enrollment.
  • Conduct a oneonone interview to collect information about the clients’ personal work history, barriers to employment, criminal history, personal/family background, and living situations.
  • Conduct reassessments on clients returned to CES and provide case management, counseling and assist in the redirection of alternative programming.
  • Monitor and report on client attendance and progress weekly while encouraging and fostering client engagement.
  • Revise, update and implement service plan changes as needed to ensure consumer compliance.
  • Utilizing the results of the TABE and other types of assessment instruments used in Nassau CES, determine the educational, skills level, and vocational interest of the participant.
  • Work with participants to develop a comprehensive service plan based upon a thorough understanding of the individual’s interests, strengths, preferences and needs.
  • Attend and participate in meetings, staff development sessions and inservice training as assigned.
  • Maintain and execute documentation, such as case notes, and workflow through computerbased programs and technology that draws on basic software/computer skill set.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • 1 Year experience preferred.
  • Bilingual in Spanish preferred
  • Experience working with public assistance population and working in employment services or in social service related field preferred.
  • Some prior professional experience working within a communitybased organization or the government sector, directly serving an underresourced population required.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule and to travel to various locations to carry out assigned duties.

Salary: $45,000-48,000/year


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