1. Ask. Listen. Solve.
2. Provide job search assistance via individual appointments, workshops, classroom presentations, telephone, email and the other emerging communication technologies.
3. Builds partnerships with faculty, other departments and the community.
4. Develop and record Job Readiness presentations and activities for faculty to use to support the curriculum and learning outcomes in CCAC’s college introduction course and other Early College initiatives.
5. Communicates effectively with the college community to promote activities, services, and events.
6. Market Workforce and Job Readiness activities and services internally to students, staff and faculty and externally to community organizations and local businesses.
7. Utilize the career management system, College Central Network, to maintain employer and student activity records, and coordinates communications to employers and students utilizing the system.
8. Facilitate communication and collaboration with faculty, administration, and job seekers to keep all parties current on employment issues, processes, expectations, and opportunities.
9. Notify job seekers about internship, part-time, full-time, temporary and other volunteer and experiential learning opportunities.
10. Plan and implement hiring events, career connections, and employer information sessions virtually or on-site.
11. Provide services to employers such as job postings, opportunities to recruit, candidate referral, and space for interviewing.
12. Support the overall Workforce and Job Readiness and Perkins Grant goals and objectives by remaining flexible and adjusting services to meet requirements.
13. Maintain data/records and generate reports as needed by the College and the Perkins Grant.
14. Provide services to students in the evenings and on weekends as assigned.
15. Participate in staff professional development activities
16. Work with CTE students, alumni to develop skills related to job readiness in the workforce.
17. Maintain knowledgeable about training and education opportunities
18. Work with CTE students to support non-traditional career pathways
19. Work with CTE students to improve employability skills
20. Write and revise the CCAC Job Search Manual and Guide on a regular basis.
21. Serve as a liaison to assigned administrative and academic departments maintaining relationships, communications, providing resources and coordinating relevant career-related programs and activities.
22. Attend Academic Program Advisory Board meetings associated with liaison commitments for programs/divisions.
23. Work with non-CTE students, alumni, and community members to develop skills related to job readiness in the workforce.
24. Provides support to the Directors of Workforce and Job Readiness and staff in support of the department’s mission and goals.
25. Learn and utilize processes, procedures and technology in support of the department's services.
26. Maintain knowledgeable about training and education opportunities, as well as community resources and support system to supplement college related services.
27. Facilitate services on-site and virtually in support of the department.
28. Participate on campus and system-wide committees as requested or required.
29. Work on enrollment management and retention initiatives.