Career Coach, National Able Network

Posted by National Able Network on August 1, 2016

National Able Network, a dynamic and growing nonprofit agency specializing in the provision of innovative employment and training programs, has an immediate opening for an experienced social service professional to assist with the administration of National Able Network’s Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) in the state of Delaware. Reporting to the Program Manager for Delaware SCSEP, incumbent will be responsible for all aspects of program administration within his/her assigned geographical area including participant recruiting, assessment, training, and placement as well as host agency relations and community outreach activities for the program and the agency. In addition, he/she will supervise participant staff.

• Bachelor’s degree in social services, psychology or related field.
• Minimum 4 years’ social service program management experience ideally in an employment/training setting and/or working with seniors.
• Excellent communication (oral and writing) and interpersonal skills.
• Must be adept at developing rapport, interacting effectively, and when necessary, resolving conflicts with diverse personnel.
• Demonstrated computer proficiency with Microsoft Office.
• Superior problem-solving and organizational skills along with high attention to detail and consistent reliable follow- through.
• Must be able to prioritize and manage multiple projects to meet deadlines and achieve performance metrics.
• Energetic, adaptable team player who can work collaboratively as well independently.
• Must have access to insured reliable vehicle to travel within region. Occasional outstate and overnight travel required.

Interested candidates should submit a resume to:

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