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  • WorkReady Worksite Mentor | Urban Affairs Coalition
    beginning in late June and ending in August Reports To Lead Worksite Mentor Key Duties Responsibilities Conduct ongoing site visits both scheduled and spontaneous to assess program quality supervision of youth participants and adherence to contractual obligations Serve as a resource and mentor for youth supporting their professional development and adherence to appropriate workplace conduct Collect and submit assigned caseload of youth participants timesheets to Payroll Clerk for processing by established deadlines and ensuring they are properly completed Responsible for professional development sessions and completion of the contextual learning project Administer and assist with employer and youth participant evaluations and all other youth related activities Maintain records and submit all required programmatic documentation and reports Conduct initial and ongoing worksite visits and individual meetings to assess worksite suitability projected slot requests service levels contractual adherence to health labor and safety laws and regulations as needed Serve as a positive and responsible role model for youth participants Perform other related duties as assigned Education Knowledge Skills Abilities KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Leadership ability and knowledge of how to effectively mentor youth and young adults 14 21 years old Ability to motivate youth participants to meet their work obligations and complete a high quality contextual learning project Ability to encourage youth led project exploration and discussion to ensure the program experience is meaningful Must be willing to travel frequently throughout the Philadelphia area as required on a daily basis Strong inquiry and conflict resolution skills Must be able to multi task to meet programmatic benchmarks and deadlines Good organization skills and detailed oriented Good verbal and written communication skills customer service oriented Must be a self starter and possess good time management skills Must be able to work independently and in a team environment EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE High school diploma GED required

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/jobs/workready-worksite-mentor (2016-05-02)
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  • WorkReady Enrollment Specialist | Urban Affairs Coalition
    assist with worksite recruitment and enrollment or other administrative duties Youth enrollment is expected to be completed by the end of May or June The Enrollment Specialist may choose to transition to a Worksite Mentor role for July and August This is a seasonal position beginning in March or April and ending in May or June Reports To Assistant Administrative Director Key Duties Responsibilities Lead youth applicants through complicated and detailed enrollment paperwork to ensure accuracy and completeness Answer inquiries from youth applicants and their families regarding program details and requirements Organize youth files and make photocopies of pertinent materials Assist with researching contacting and following up with potential work locations for youth program participants as needed Assist with orientation sessions for youth program participants as needed Perform other related duties as assigned Education Knowledge Skills Abilities KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Must be willing to work non traditional hours evenings and weekends Strong patience attention to detail and organization skills required Must have strong leadership skills and can communicate effectively to groups of 14 21 year olds Strong inquiry and conflict resolution skills Good verbal and written communication skills customer service oriented Must be a self starter with good time management skills Must be able to work independently and in a team environment EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE High school diploma GED required Bachelor s degree preferred A minimum of 2 years experience working with youth and young adults ages 14 21 Experience in enrollment procedures or with compliance paperwork associated with hiring i e I 9 W 2 etc preferred Experience mentoring and or teaching youth and young adults ages 14 21 preferred Proficient in Microsoft Office software including Word PowerPoint and Excel preferred More Details Special Note This position may require a criminal background check child abuse clearance and FBI

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/jobs/workready-enrollment-specialist (2016-05-02)
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  • WorkReady Receptionist | Urban Affairs Coalition
    contact for inquiries from the general public youth participants their families and worksites and will provide administrative support across the WorkReady program This is a seasonal position beginning in March or April and ending in August or September Reports To Assistant Administrative Director Key Duties Responsibilities Answer the telephone and troubleshoot inquiries from program participants potential program participants and worksites Answer questions when possible or forward calls to the appropriate personnel as necessary Greet and welcome visitors by directing and helping them appropriately Assist with entering and maintaining program data and files as needed Assist program participants and worksites with completing program paperwork including assistance with detailed program eligibility requirements and accurate completion of application documents as needed Photocopy materials and other administrative duties as needed Assist with program participant timesheet collection organization and input as needed Perform other related duties as assigned Education Knowledge Skills Abilities KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Strong customer service orientation with good verbal and written communication skills Strong organization skills and detail oriented Must be a team player able to coordinate and share resources and data Must be able to multi task while meeting programmatic benchmarks and deadlines Must be comfortable working with youth and young adults ages 14 21 Must be willing to work some non traditional hours as needed Must be a self starter with good time management skills EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE High school diploma GED required 2 5 years previous work experience preferred Must be proficient in Microsoft Office software including Word PowerPoint and Excel and have strong typing skills More Details Special Note This position may require a criminal background check child abuse clearance and FBI fingerprint based background check Contact Info Contact Info Send resume and cover letter to SummerYouth uac org Subscribe to our Newsletter About Us History UAC

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/jobs/workready-receptionist (2016-05-02)
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  • WorkReady Worksite Specialist | Urban Affairs Coalition
    March or April and ending in June Reports To Program Manager Key Duties Responsibilities Research and identify suitable potential worksites in coordination with program leadership Contact identified worksites to discuss program benefits and secure an agreement to host youth interns Visit identified worksites to complete a Worksite Agreement and related paperwork and determine the safety and suitability of the worksite Compile and maintain an accurate list of potential worksites status of outreach and next steps Inform worksites of program details orientation dates and worksite requirements Assist youth applicants with enrollment paperwork to ensure accuracy and completeness as needed Under the internship model may assist youth applicants with interview prep and job placement Perform other related duties as assigned Education Knowledge Skills Abilities KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Sales Ability Ability to effectively network with others and influence them to provide opportunities to youth program participants Ability to coordinate with professionals from different backgrounds working at different levels Knowledge in human resource management and recruitment procedures Skilled at establishing public relations and building up employment network Familiar with a variety of professions its responsibilities and the required qualifications Strong inquiry and conflict resolution skills Must be able to multi task while meeting programmatic benchmarks and deadlines Good organization skills and detail oriented Must be comfortable working with youth and young adults ages 14 21 years old Must be willing to travel frequently throughout the Philadelphia area as required on a daily basis Must be willing to work some non traditional hours as needed Must be able to work independently and in a team environment EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE High school diploma GED required Bachelor s degree preferred A minimum of 2 years experience working in one of the following roles sales marketing or human resources Experience mentoring and or teaching youth and young

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/jobs/workready-worksite-specialist (2016-05-02)
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  • WorkReady Program Manager | Urban Affairs Coalition
    of youth participants which includes conducting outreach completing all applicable paperwork and conducting orientation sessions Responsible for placement of youth participants at worksites Ensure accurate and timely responses to inquiries from youth applicants regarding program details and requirements Oversee program data entry and file maintenance ensuring accurate data collection and consistent transparent quality communication flow both internally and externally Perform other related duties as required to ensure program quality and funder compliance July August Ensure Worksite Mentors are providing quality oversight of worksite safety and quality and assisting youth with their professional development Oversee the collection and entry of youth timesheets to ensure accurate and timely youth wage payments In collaboration with the Project Director determine project based learning project and workshop curriculum to fulfill 21st century skills program component Ensure timely and quality completion of project based learning project and workshops Troubleshoot issues with worksites and youth participants Ensure timely and accurate completion of pre and post assessments satisfaction surveys and other paperwork required by the funder or determined by Project Director Oversee program close out including reviewing staff reports and ensuring files are complete and stored neatly Perform other related duties as required to ensure program quality and funder compliance Education Knowledge Skills Abilities KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Strong inquiry and conflict resolution skills Strong leadership and project management skills Must be comfortable delegating tasks and managing a team Must be a team player able to coordinate and share resources and data Must be able to multi task while meeting programmatic benchmarks and deadlines Good organization skills and detailed oriented Must be comfortable working with youth and young adults ages 14 21 Must be willing to work some non traditional hours as needed Excellent verbal and written communication skills customer service oriented Must be a self starter with good

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/jobs/workready-program-manager (2016-05-02)
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  • WorkReady Intern | Urban Affairs Coalition
    support and mentoring to youth in support of their work experience including mentoring on professional conduct college or post secondary opportunities and resources for family or personal issues Collect and submit assigned caseload of youth participants timesheets to Payroll Clerk for processing by established deadlines and ensuring they are properly completed Administer and assist with employer and youth participant evaluations and all other youth related activities Maintain records and submit all required programmatic documentation and reports OR Event Planning Assist with planning workshops field trips and other enrichment activities for all or a subset of program participants including Identify potential field trip locations or activities Coordinate field trips or activities including transportation selection of participants Plan end of program celebration including a large event to thank the hundreds of participants for their hard work and dedication OR Curriculum Workshop Program Development Assist with continuous improvement in program delivery including Identify best practice resources and methods for delivering participant orientations mentoring workshops and enrichment activities Prepare written materials incorporating the identified best practice materials Coordinate with Program Mentors and other staff to facilitate youth orientations workshops and enrichment activities Assist with administrative duties such as phone calls filing copying data entry and paperwork as needed Education Knowledge Skills Abilities KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Strong inquiry and conflict resolution skills Must be able to multi task while remaining organized and detailed oriented Must be comfortable working with youth and young adults ages 14 21 years old Good verbal and written communication skills customer service oriented Must be a self starter with good time management skills Must be able to work independently and in a team environment Perform other related duties as assigned EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE High school diploma GED required Experience working in the nonprofit education and or business sectors preferred Proficient

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/jobs/workready-intern (2016-05-02)
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  • WorkReady Lead Worksite Mentor | Urban Affairs Coalition
    beginning in late June and ending in August Reports To Program Manager Key Duties Responsibilities Provide leadership and oversight to a team of Worksite Mentors including daily check ins problem solving and support Conduct ongoing site visits both scheduled and spontaneous to assess program quality supervision of youth participants and adherence to contractual obligations Serve as a resource and mentor for youth supporting their professional development and adherence to appropriate workplace conduct Collect and submit assigned caseload of youth participants timesheets to Payroll Clerk for processing by established deadlines and ensuring they are properly completed Responsible for professional development sessions and completion of the contextual learning project Administer and assist with employer and youth participant evaluations and all other youth related activities Maintain records and submit all required programmatic documentation and reports Conduct initial and ongoing worksite visits and individual meetings to assess worksite suitability projected slot requests service levels contractual adherence to health labor and safety laws and regulations as needed Serve as a positive and responsible role model for youth participants Perform other related duties as assigned Education Knowledge Skills Abilities KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Must have strong leadership skills and can communicate effectively and mentor youth and young adults 14 21 years old Ability to motivate youth participants to meet their work obligations and complete a high quality contextual learning project Ability to encourage youth led project exploration and discussion to ensure the program experience is meaningful Must be willing to travel frequently throughout the Philadelphia area as required on a daily basis Strong inquiry and conflict resolution skills Must be able to multi task while meeting programmatic benchmarks and deadlines Good organization skills and detailed oriented Good verbal and written communication skills customer service oriented Must be a self starter with good time management skills Must be

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/jobs/workready-lead-worksite-mentor (2016-05-02)
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  • WorkReady Program Assistant | Urban Affairs Coalition
    beginning in March or April and ending in August or September Reports To Program Manager or Assistant Project Director Key Duties Responsibilities Answer the telephone and troubleshoot inquiries from program participants potential program participants and worksites Responsible for entering and maintaining accurate participant data in the computer system including an up to date and shared list of all program applicants their application status and other data Responsible for maintaining an accurate and up to date list of worksites and potential worksites and assisting with worksite paperwork Create and maintain a filing system program participant files and other paperwork Assist program participants and worksites with completing program paperwork including assistance with detailed program eligibility requirements and accurate completion of application documents Responsible for rapid but highly accurate timesheet organization and data entry for up to 1 000 program participants every pay period 4 times during the 6 week program period Arrange participant orientation dates workshop schedules and other events Photocopying of materials as needed Assist with program participant timesheet collection organization and input Perform other related duties as assigned Education Knowledge Skills Abilities KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Strong customer service orientation with good verbal and written communication skills Must be a team player able to coordinate and share resources and data Must be able to multi task while meeting programmatic benchmarks and deadlines Must be comfortable working with youth and young adults ages 14 21 Must be willing to work some non traditional hours as needed Must be a self starter with good time management skills Strong organization skills and extremely detailed oriented EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE A High school diploma GED required A minimum of 2 5 years previous work experience preferred Must be proficient in Microsoft Office software including Word PowerPoint and Excel and have strong typing skills More Details

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/jobs/workready-program-assistant (2016-05-02)
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