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Posted on: July 27, 2020 • Category: (none)
Career Advisor (Bemidji)
Rural Minnesota CEP, Inc.
Bachelor’s degree in human services, secondary education or related field or commensurate experience. English language proficient. Must work effectively in a team-structured delivery system. Able to effectively interact with youth individually and lead or facilitate groups. Computer skills to include word processing, email, and internet. The ability to complete detailed reports. Must pass a criminal background check. Requires a valid driver’s license, vehicle insurance, and a reliable vehicle.
Prior career planning or guidance counseling experience. Graduate level coursework in secondary or post-secondary education and/or counseling. At least one (1) year of client service experience. Familiarity with computer programs for assessment or skills development. Exceptional analytical, problem solving, interpersonal skills, and verbal and written communication. Demonstrated ability to assist high school students with career decisions. Persons who are veterans or possess the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) will be given additional consideration.
Primary Position Objectives:
Provides career advising and assists high school students with post-secondary planning in the Northland Remer and Walker-Hackensack-Akeley high schools.
Administer and interpret assessment and career planning tools including the National Career Readiness Certification (NCRC) to assist youth with career planning options. Plan and conduct Career Exploration/Career Planning instruction in coordination with Bridges Career Academies and Workplace Connection. Coordinates and/or conduct Career Fairs, Job Shadowing, and Field Trips to post-secondary schools. Assist students to develop a Career Portfolio and plan for post- secondary training or work. Plan and conduct Job Search sessions using Rural Minnesota CEP, Inc. (RMCEP) Job Search System. Assist students in resume writing, job applications, interview skills and networking. Introduce concepts of high demand occupations, trends, using labor market information and CareerForce location resources. Introduce concepts of post-secondary education training costs, financial aid, and scholarships. Maintain progress reports of services provided.
Submit an application packet consisting of the Rural Minnesota CEP Application for Employment, resume, and cover letter by 4:30 pm on the closing date to:
Human Resources Manager
Rural Minnesota CEP, Inc.
803 Roosevelt Avenue
Detroit Lakes, MN 56501
A Rural Minnesota CEP Application for Employment can be picked up at any RMCEP office or online at www.rmcep.com. To receive an application via mail, email, or fax please call 218-847-0712. Rural Minnesota CEP, Inc. reserves the right to select those who will be interviewed from application information.