Consultant, Youth Apprentice

internship - part time, unpaid

Cesa
Oshkosh, WI
Closed
Posted 59 Days ago
Cesa
Oshkosh, WI
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 59 Days ago

Description

What job title, keywords Where city, state, country Home View All Jobs ( 2,459,155 ) Job Information CESA #6 Consultant, Youth Apprenticeship in OSHKOSH , Wisconsin JOB REQUIREMENTS: CESA 6 is seeking a part-time Consultant, Youth Apprenticeship (YA) to provide support to the Washington County Region. This position will be responsible for planning, developing, directing, and evaluating the operations and personnel related to the CESA 6 Youth Apprenticeship program and other consortium activities. The Consultant works in a collaborative, team environment and reports directly to the College and Career Readiness Center Director. The individual hired for this position will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following: Perform direct project work related to Youth Apprenticeship grant requirements; Recruit students and employers to participate in the YA Program; Develop and deliver relevant forms of training opportunities to stakeholders; Generate and maintain records of School to Career/YA efforts for grant reports, state reports and evaluation requirements; Provide support for plan improvements, implementations or eliminations to College and Career Readiness Department; Plan, guide, monitor, direct, and evaluate the operation and administration of the consortium-wide apprenticeship programs; Coordinate activities among students, parents, high schools, industry sponsors, and post-secondary institutions as they relate to youth apprenticeships; Collaborate with local/regional/state advisory groups, economic development boards, Chambers of Commerce, community based organizations, and higher education partners to promote; Investigate funding sources for School to Career opportunities; Participate in resource development and grant writing to support consortium schools with federal and state grant opportunities; Represent the consortium at state level meetings and serve as the communication link between state and local school districts; Provide training and support for department staff on YA operations and program management; Provide monthly program updates to the College and Career Readiness Center Director to ensure strong communication regarding department initiatives; ***** OTHER EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS: The Consultant, Youth Apprenticeship, at minimum will possess the following skills and abilities: Model the core values of the agency; Ability to work independently as well as to lead and collaborate with diverse work teams; Process oriented; Ability to interpret and administer policies and procedures consistently and objectively; Plan, organize and prioritize work; Remain flexible in order to adapt to changes in work environment; Excellent time management with ability to manage schedules and meet deadlines; Communicate effectively and timely, verbally and in writing, to a diverse audience; Exhibit a high degree of confidentiality of sensitive information and process and handle confidential information with discretion; Advanced computer skills, including email, word processing and virtual meeting facilitation; Plan, organize, and prioritize work; Exhibit a professional, businesslike appearance and demeanor; Ability to set and meet high standards of customer service (internally and externally). Facilitate an overall work environment of mutual respect and collaboration. Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with individuals from diverse backgrounds. ***** APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Other: Qualified candidates should submit their applications through WECAN vacancy number 59335: https://wecan.education.wisc.edu/#/Vacancy/59335 Current Search Criteria CESA #6 Consultant, Youth Apprenticeship OSHKOSH Wisconsin Clear All if ($('#direct_applyDiv').length) { $('.direct_highlightedText').contents().filter(function() { return this.nodeType == 3; }).each(function() { this.textContent = this.textContent.replace(' in', ''); }); $('.search-container').hide(); $('#direct_wideHeader').css('height','auto'); }; /* hide facet (hide) */ if($('#direct_disambiguationDiv h3 .direct_highlightedText:contains("(hide)")')) { $('#direct_disambiguationDiv h3 .direct_highlightedText:contains("(hide)")').parent().hide(); $('#direct_facetDisambig').hide(); }

Skills

grant writing, higher education, career development, parent education, training, customer service, microsoft word, program management, time management, communication, organization, youth empowerment, community, parents, grant management

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