October 15, 2020 Update

Check out these open positions at CRCD and share them with your network.

Full position descriptions can be found at https://www.coalitionrcd.org/get-involved/work-at-crcd/.

EMPLOYMENT COACH

We are seeking a person with workforce development experience capable of interacting with employers, service providers, and neighborhood residents. The successful candidate will lead the employment component of the Financial Opportunity Center (FOC) initiative at CRCD by identifying employment opportunities within the Construction, Transportation, and Logistics sectors and developing relationships with employers who are able to hire people from target neighborhoods. The Employment Coach will also create an Individual Education Plan with clients to develop and support a career path to family-sustaining wages.

RAPID REHOUSING CASE MANAGER SOUTHWEST COLLEGE

The Rapid Rehousing Case Manager will provide services to transition-age youth (18-24 years old) experiencing homelessness. They will be responsible for assessing needs and connecting youth to appropriate housing. This may include (but not be limited to) crisis/bridge housing, permanent supportive housing, shared, or general affordable housing. The Rapid Rehousing Case Manager will assist youth in managing their lives and achieving goals as established in their Individual Action Plan. Provide each youth on their caseload with referrals for services that include mental/physical health provisions, mainstream benefits, education, employment placement assistance, and vocational training.

COLLEGE PEER NAVIGATOR SOUTHWEST COLLEGE

CRCD is looking to employ a dedicated peer navigator to be stationed on the campus at Los Angeles Southwest College in South LA to provide navigational coaching and crisis intervention linkage to mainstream or Coordinated Entry System for Youth resources for students who are experiencing housing instability or at-risk of becoming homeless while enrolled at the college.

The College Peer Navigator will provide curriculum completion and stable housing-related case management services, linkages to workforce development and financial coaching programs, referrals to behavioral health services, to increase the student’s enrollment and quality of life stability. To meet this goal, the Peer Navigator program aims to improve referral processes, increase communication across systems, and increase future partnership opportunities to expand housing resources for students experiencing homelessness.

TRANSITION COORDINATOR – Youth Development Department

The Transition Coordinator in the Youth Development department will be responsible for establishing and strengthening relationships with academic institutions, government agencies, WorkSource centers, businesses, and any entity that can provide a commitment or resources of employment and/or career opportunities for members. Special attention will be provided to developing relationships with institutions that will support career pathways for growth sectors (Unions and advance training institutions).

The Transition Coordinator will support and help create the Employer Advisory Board. Strengthen relationships with Chamber of Commerce and maintain connections to employers, while identifying and coordinating local hiring events for Youth Development members, alumni, and local community members.

Don’t forget to check out our website for full job descriptions and information on how to apply – https://www.coalitionrcd.org/get-involved/work-at-crcd/.

Those interested in applying should submit a cover letter and resume to resumes@coalitionrcd.org. Please make sure to include the job title & how you heard of this position in the subject of your email.

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EDD is Hiring

The EDD is increasing the mass hiring effort from the initial 1,800 to over 4,500 new staff. The workers will be trained in skills including call center operations, processing unemployment Insurance (UI) claims, and analyzing documents from claimants and employers to make wage determinations for benefits.

The following positions are posted for hiring statewide:

·         Employment Program Representatives (UI Services Representative – positions require college education and public contact experience to process claims and assist customers, including over the phone and off-phone work.)

·         Office Technician (Requires clerical skills to assist customers over the phone.)

The following Financial Services positions are posted for hiring in or around the Sacramento Area. Please note that these positions require professional accounting coursework, along with up to three years of accounting and/or auditing experience:

·         Tax Auditor

·         Accountant I Specialist

·         Accounting Technician

·         Accounting Officer

Teleworking and in-office options are available throughout the state.  Applicants who possess bilingual skills including Spanish, Cantonese, Vietnamese, and Mandarin are encouraged to apply.

Application packages may be submitted electronically through CalCareers.ca.gov.  Customers that are interested and require assistance maneuvering through the state application process, may be directed to your local W-P staff for assistance.

Yo! Watts YouthSource Center Paid Summer Jobs for youth/young adults 14-24

How the Paid Work Experience works

Step #1:

Participants must attend a mandatory virtual orientation via ZOOM/Google Meet (Call in to get scheduled for an orientation)
Eligibility requirements are:
Youth/Young Adults between the ages of 14 – 24
In school (High School, College or Vocational Training) or
Not in school (Graduate / Job Seeker)
Not employed
Must live in the City of Los Angeles
Must have the legal right to work in the United States

Step #2:

Once deemed eligible participants must attend our virtual 20 hours of paid ($15 an hour as of July 1st, 2020) personal and professional development training via ZOOM/Google Meet and successfully complete the training
(Success = consistent attendance, promptness, class participation, coachable, ability to follow instructions and work with others)

Step #3:

Participants are placed with an employer for 100 hours of paid ($15 an hour as of July 1st , 2020) on the job work experience
Participants can work a maximum of 25 hours a week
Participants can work 5 out of 7 days a week
Day’s available to work are Sunday – Saturday

Type of Employers we work with

·For Profit Businesses
·Non-Profit Organizations
·Faith Based Organizations
·City, County and Government Entities

If you are interested in this opportunity or know someone who is, please call in today and schedule a time to pick up your orientation packet from our front desk! Spots are filling up fast!

Yo Watts

YO-Watts Fact Sheet

Call our office to RSVP a spot @ (323) 971-7640