LCCC Logo Bullet Current Position Openings - PT KEYS Transition Support Specialist (Grant Funded until June 30, 2019)
Position Title: PT KEYS Transition Support Specialist (Grant Funded until June 30, 2019)

Position Classification: Part-Time Administration

Minimum Position Qualifications:

  1. Education - Bachelor's Degree in Education, Social Work, or related field; Master's preferred.

  2. Experience - Two (2) years of experience working with students or clients in education or social work setting, experience working with SNAP and TANF clients preferred; experience administering career interest inventory assessments; ability to work with nontraditional and diverse populations.

  3. Skills - Knowledge of current labor market trends and educational pathways to careers; knowledge and use of student search sites/databases, student information systems, and new career/network building technologies; well-developed written and oral communication skills; and computer literacy, including proficiency in Microsoft Office products.

    Position Responsibilities:

    Work directly with the KEYS Coordinator in outlining and developing the framework for transition plans that include: creating appropriate pathways for students from pre-college (GED) to college to career, and connecting students with career exploration activities, bridge programs, and training opportunities; assist with evaluating students' career interest to identify pathways to success; assist with workshops for students that focus on careers, opportunities for apprenticeships/internships, and community service opportunities; support the development and participate in industry outreach to identify local career needs within high priority occupations and establish training partnership and work placement opportunities for students; and assist in supporting student work placements, including internships and community service.

    Entry Salary: $23.81/hour

    Standard Work Week: 25 hours

    Apply End Date: May 17, 2019.

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    Luzerne County Community College is constantly seeking to become a more diverse community and to enhance the cultural richness that diversity brings. The College strongly encourages applications from diverse candidates and those who demonstrate a commitment to diversity.