Overview

30 hours/week; hourly, $21/hour. Start Immediately
Apply by June 8, 2018. Send resume and cover letter to lwhetzel@britepaths.org
Job Description (PDF)

Britepaths is seeking a bright individual to serve as Workforce Coordinator. Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in human services field. Counseling/Coaching experience preferred. Workforce Development training and experience preferred. Must be proficient in Microsoft Outlook/Word/Excel. Must have excellent verbal and written skills. Must be highly organized, strong attention to detail, and be able to work independently. Must have own transportation. Some evenings and weekends required. Britepaths is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 403b retirement match and paid time off are benefits included, along with flexible schedule and some telecommuting. Starts immediately.

The Workforce Coordinator will manage 2 programs, Project BRIDGE and 3 Cups of Coffee. The primary role is to help clients obtain skills to get a better paying job. Project BRIDGE (PB) is a program which seeks to help clients achieve long term self-sufficiency by offering wraparound services using Britepaths’ programs and partnerships with other community agencies. The Workforce Coordinator will help clients create resumes, identify educational opportunities/job skills training, and with job search assistance. Workforce Coordinator (WC) will partner with staff and leverage community resources to ensure clients’ well-being needs are met. As manager of 3 Cups of Coffee (3CC) program the WC recruits clients and volunteers, makes matches and conducts follow up client surveys to track long term outcomes. The goal is to grow the program from 25 clients per year to double the number of clients.

To apply for this job email your details to lwhetzel@britepaths.org

About Britepaths

For more than 30 years, Britepaths, formerly known as Our Daily Bread, has been a dedicated leader in developing sustainable solutions that stabilize low-income working families, build resilience through financial literacy and mentoring, and provide seasonal supports.