From Goodwill of North Georgia:
Are you a person who loves to provide vocational and academic guidance and also act as a liaison and navigator between technical and community colleges on behalf of a career program? Come be a part of something worthwhile. When you work with Goodwill of North Georgia you’ll receive valuable training, experience and benefits.
As a C3 Navigator:
- Act as liaison, advisor, and navigator for program participants dually enrolled with technical colleges, Goodwill, and various partners associated with the CollegeCareerCatalyst (C3) Initiative.
- Provide vocational and academic guidance, assistance with applications, financial aid, registration, transcripts and/or all aspects of the college systems, through case management and related services to participants in support of the program’s financial, mission, training, continuous quality improvement and marketing goals.
- Assist in recruiting eligible participants qualified for funding to ensure financial sustainability of program.
- Ensure that highest quality, individualized services are delivered to program participants, with a focus on the mission of Goodwill of North Georgia, Inc.
- Conduct orientation to program, services, and policies and procedures for new participants.
- Maintain regular contact with technical colleges, high schools, referring counselor/agency.
- Teach life skills, work adjustment, pre-employment skills, or other related curricula to caseload.
- Prepare reports and summaries required for applicable funding and regulatory sources.
- Ensure smooth transition of cases across services, programs, and agencies, as appropriate.
- Spend time observing and meeting with participants on the job in community-based work sites, in the high schools, and the colleges.
- Within the parameters of the program, support and advocate for the program participants and their right to a higher quality of life through work and education.
- Ensure protection and confidentiality of participant rights.
- Work with participants and program team members to identify barriers to employment and barriers to education to develop and implement individual plans.
- Ensure ongoing supportive counseling and crisis intervention, as needed, by coordinating referral to and utilization of community resources.
- Ensure and maintain accurate documentation of program operations. Open, review and maintain participant case files and documents according to Career Services policies and procedures.
- Prepare professional development plan (PDP) and engage in quarterly updates on progress in achieving goals.
- Comply with Agency, Career Services, Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), federal and grant regulations, policies, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and the Agency’s safety and security policies and procedures.
- Participate or lead program advisory council, community advisory boards and/or associations related to trade, as assigned.
- Maintain quality relationships with community partners.
- Participate in college, high school, community and Goodwill meetings as needed or as assigned.
- Attendance at the majority of quarterly targeted training forums (TTF)
- Completed all Career Services core training
- Other duties as assigned
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