Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries' mission is to help individuals with barriers to self-sufficiency to achieve independence and dignity through work. Not charity, but a chance.
Develops and maintains productive relationships with Greater Boston?s employers, staffing agencies, human resource recruiters and employment-based community programs to promote Mass Hire and the full services of Goodwill Industries to facilitate the placement of registered job seekers.
Creates opportunities for employers to host and conduct on-site recruitment, career fairs, industry briefings, and post jobs into Mass Job Quest.
Facilitates events that successfully connect employers with Mass Hire job seekers.
Targets employer job postings and presents individuals that match the required qualifications based on recommendations and assessments from Career Advisors.
Develops and cultivates new networks of employment sources while advocating for registered target populations.
Develops and/or maintains an up-to-date knowledge and familiarity with:
Department of Labor (DOL) programs, services and benefits for employers
DOL?s Employment and Training Administration (DOLETA) programs, policies and procedures
Massachusetts Division of Career Services and Unemployment Assistance (DETMA) programs, policies, benefits and procedures
Massachusetts ? One-Stop Career Centers (OSCC?s)
Massachusetts One-Stop Employment System (MOSES)
Boston Private Industry Council (PIC) workforce investment board, and
Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries? regional programs and services.
Documents all work-related activities in MOSES. Maintains updated contact information, confirms and enters all job orders from employers.
Acts as a knowledgeable resource for an employer?s staffing and resources team, providing expertise on job placement, hiring tax incentives, hiring opportunities and labor market information
Improves service delivery design by working closely with other staff, program departments and community/industry contacts, collecting and assessing job seeker and labor market data to develop enhanced outreach and placement strategies
Organizes and conducts Employer Events, including On-site Interviews, Industry Briefings, Job Fairs, workshops and other special recruitment efforts
Performs miscellaneous team-related duties as assigned, including evening coverage, facilitating workshops/groups and participating in special events.
Bachelors degree required, one year of related experience preferred.
Strong marketing/sales skills, including ability to engage employers through reflective, solution-focused dialogue. Ability to market job seekers with a broad range of skills and competencies to employers.
Demonstrated experience working with employers, strong understanding of business needs, and extensive knowledge of the Greater Boston labor market.
Strong organizational skill; ability to prioritize and multi-task.
Strong, accurate computer skills; familiar with MSWord, Access, spreadsheets, Internet.
MA Driver?s license and ability to travel throughout Massachusetts.
Requires acceptable results of CORI check according to Goodwill policy and requirements.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.
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