Summer Youth Workforce Coordinator

Posted by ResCare Workforce Services on May 30, 2016

POSITION: Summer Youth Workforce Coordinator

REPORTS TO: Program Manager

Job Summary:

Dual role position that involves working directly with disadvantaged youth ages 14-21 in workforce development programs including running certification workshops, case management, and administration of summer employment programs. Position also includes administrative component including reporting into state database, maintaining youth files, and determining eligibility for programs. Work in a team environment with the Montgomery County Workforce Investment Board (WIB) Youth Administrator. Recent college graduates encouraged to apply.


• Outreach to county youth (both in school and out of school) to provide a variety of services including Summer employment and follow-up.
 Work collaboratively with employers in the summer youth program to ensure student success.

 Other duties as assigned.
 Required proficiency in Microsoft Office, especially Microsoft Excel. Interview may include short test of Excel proficiency, including understanding of basic formulas.
 Ability to relate well with individuals 14 to 21.
 Applicant should have the ability to work in dynamic environment and adjust priorities and responsibilities on a regular basis along while maintaining strong follow-through.

B.A. /B.S. Prior experience working with at-risk youth preferred. Must have valid PA drivers license and ability to travel throughout county with personal vehicle (mileage reimbursement is provided). Must be able to pass criminal background check and initial drug test.

This is a PT temporary position

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