Oshawa/Whitby, Ontario. Thanks to Patricia Martin, Career Essentials.
Employment Workshop Developer/Trainer
Location: Oshawa/Whitby FULL TIME Contract: 35 hours per week
Ends: March 31, 2011
The Employment Services of John Howard Society is funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Its goal is to provide support to individuals to obtain sustainable employment through a full suite of services that include Client Service and Planning, Information/Resource, Job Search, Job Placement and Matching and Job Retention. The Employment Workshop Developer/Trainer will develop relevant workshop curriculum based on this model as well as the current needs of today’s job seeker.
Develop and implement workshop curriculum and resources relevant to Employment Services Full Suite Model
Train staff for ongoing implementation
Facilitate employment-related workshops to job seekers
Actively participate in supervision, evaluation, team and staff meetings and training sessions
Represent the agency and the centre in a professional manner
Participate in the development and accomplishment of agency and centre objectives
Contribute to the ongoing evaluation of the workshop sessions and identify areas for expansion
Maintain a comprehensive knowledge of new trends and resources in employment and training
Other duties as required
Related Employment Counselling College Diploma or diploma with facilitation component is an asset
Workshop development and facilitation experience
Experience working with youth with barriers - willingness to work in a diverse community non-profit social service agency
Strong computer skills
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Strong organizational skills and ability to manage time effectively
Able to take initiative and work as part of a team.
Salary Range: to be discussed
Posting Date: August 20, 2010
Closing Date: August 27, 2010
Selected candidates will be required to deliver a mini workshop as it relates to the MTCU Employment Services as part of the interview process.
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