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Program Assistant/Instructor

Manchester Community Resource Center

MCRC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Community Based Development Organization with a mission of assisting low income individuals, new Americans, people with disabilities, individuals with limited English proficiency, families receiving public assistance, and/or individuals facing multiple barriers with achieving their financial and personal goals.  Programs are designed to assist in improving the overall standard of living by providing access to employment, education, life skills training, information, referrals, care coordination and other supportive services including notary, copying, scanning, faxing and access to public computers – equipped with the internet, resume writing software, typing tutorial, on-line career exploration and MSOFFICE. 

For over two decades, MCRC has been committed to providing residents of Greater Manchester with effective, equitable, understandable, and respectful quality of service that has been representative of our cross-cultural populations, ethnic traditions, preferred languages, personal obstacles, and other communication needs. 

Programs are designed to promote the development of individuals’ work-maturity competencies, emotional growth and social development through the acquisition of appropriate skills, knowledge and attitudes.


Job Summary: Work as a member of a dedicated team to facilitate day to day direct service of the workplace training activities for individuals with cultural and/or language barriers to employment.  This position is funded 100% through a sub-contract with Southern NH Services in conjunction with the State of NH – Department of Health and Human/Division of Economic & Housing Stability Services/Bureau Employment Services (BES) - NH Employment Program.   

Supervision Exercised: None

 Employer paid Health and Dental Insurance &12 paid holidays

Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications: The candidate should have a combination of education in a related field and experience with teaching and/or social services.  Prior experience in case work, program implementation, employment related services, adult academic services, or life skills training is preferred.  Candidate should have the ability to work a flexible schedule.  Candidate must have computer skills and a working knowledge of MS Windows and MS Office.  Must have a NH driver’s license with a clean driving record.  Must possess an understanding of and sensitivity to the needs of the low-income population and has demonstrated their ability to work effectively with a diverse population. Multi-lingual person is preferred; fluency in English and Swahili will be given preference.

Responsibilities:
  1. Teach/facilitate the workplace preparation  activities;
  2. Facility Vocational English lessons;
  3. Accompany participants to work simulation sites;
  4. Engage participants in a work experience program and act as a job coach to the participant;
  5. Monitor and assess participants progress in skills attainment;
  6. Work with participants to identify locations for AWEP, CWEP, On-the-Job training and job placement ;
  7. Provide activities that promote participant self-esteem, confidence and motivation;
  8. Assist participants in resolving obstacles that may arise within their family; 
  9. Facilitate participants’ engagement with and use of other community resources;
  10. Work as a team with counterparts in other NHEP services;
  11. Attend scheduled staff training and meetings;
  12. Maintain program records;
  13. Provide transportation and supervision to enrolled participants at all group work experience sites;
  14. Provide transportation to and from Concord; and
  15. All other duties as requested
How to Apply:

Please email your resume and cover letter to renie@mcrcnh.org   

Salary Range:

$17-19/hour

Job Location:

Manchester

Date Added: November 4, 2020

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