Specialist, School-To-Work Program, CCP
Posted by Community College of Philadelphia on July 20, 2021
The School-To-Work Program (STWP) Specialist is responsible for providing day-to-day implementation of Community College of Philadelphia’s (CCP’s) grant-funded Pipeline to Advanced Manufacturing Careers (PAMC) Program. The PAMC is a pipeline program connecting Career and Technical Education (CTE) students to post-secondary manufacturing skill-based programs, work-based learning experiences, preparing them for direct employment upon high school graduation, and encouraging them to consider CCP as a next step beyond high school. The program includes participation in work-based and experiential learning programs in manufacturing, CCP’s Career Readiness Soft Skills registered pre-apprenticeship, skills-based manufacturing programming, and other important industry-recognized certificate training.
Reporting to CCP’s Apprenticeship Coordinator, the STWP Specialist is responsible for working with schools, principals, teachers, and industry partners to organize, schedule, and administer a successful PAMC program that meet program outcomes. Primary responsibilities include recruitment; enrollment, retention and case management to help students successfully complete the program; and monitoring the progress of students. The ideal candidate for this position will be proactive, detail-oriented, an excellent communicator, flexible, positive, and a team player who is passionate about developing relationships and opportunities for learning between teachers, students, and manufacturing business partners.
This is a temporary, grant-funded position. Employment is based on the continuation of grant funding.
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