National Able Network recently acquired a new grant in Omaha, NE and has several professional opportunities for positions to start in early July. National Able Network, a dynamic and growing nonprofit agency specializing in the delivery of innovative employment and training programs, has an exciting opportunity for a Workforce Services Coordinator to start effective 07/01/2019.
The Workforce Services Coordinator provides support to the goals/ mission of the Agency by providing collaborative, analytical and quality services between Workforce Services and other departments. This will be done through research, tracking, monitoring. communicating and developing associated reports and data. Will collaborate & partner with internal and external positions. The position is responsible for coordinating logistics within the resource center, assisting clients in the resource center, and conducting WIOA orientation and eligibility.
Liaise between departments to ensure ongoing communication and problem solving.
Generate specialized spreadsheets to analyze and create monthly (or as required) reports from database and systems to assess trends and program implication.
Assists in the gathering of data for ongoing maintenance and monitoring of program performance against plans.
Assist in the preparation of required departmental, agency and funder reports.
Assist with the monitoring and coordination of processes for data sharing, updates, revisions, as well as coordinating with specialists/career coaches with ongoing projects.
Participate in promoting various training services department and programs and recruiting suitable candidates
Provides front line assistance to clients seeking services at the one-stop or through the program
Contributes to the development of departmental goals and objectives; represents the department or function on projects and may perform in project leadership role
May post positions for clients on job boards
Coordinates with other program staff in set up of job fairs and other job search activities for clients
May travel to various locations, as well as employer and funder locations, with program staff to build relationships and identify opportunities for clients.
Other duties as assigned
Knowledge and Experience:
Self-starter who can prioritize and manage multiple tasks and priorities, meet deadlines, and demonstrate consistent reliable follow- through.
High initiative, outstanding organizational skills, clear attention to detail and the ability to follow-through.
Knowledge of or direct work experience with employment/training government programs.
Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.
Advanced computer proficiency with Microsoft Office products (Word, Outlook, Excel, Access); knowledge of social service government systems strongly preferred.
High school diploma or equivalent
Minimum 2-5 years’ experience program operations/reporting/quality assurance ideally with a social service agency
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EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
About National Able Network
Preparing Today’s Communities to Meet Tomorrow’s Challenges through Education, Employment, and Opportunity.
To use our expertise to empower people to improve their lives by providing the means to self-sufficiency through sustainable employment, and career and life advancement. To nurture life-long learning while building bridges between education, training and career readiness, and between workforce and economic development.