Employment Connections Specialist Jobs Vacancy in Employment Security Department Vancouver
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Employment Connections Specialist Jobs Vacancy in Employment Security Department Vancouver Jobs Details:
Employment Security Department (ESD) is recruiting for an Employment Connections Specialist 3 in-training position at WorkSource Vancouver. This position will support all WorkSource lines of business and is capable and ready to serve all WorkSource customers. The incumbent will provide direct services to job seekers and employers both inside the WorkSource office and out in the community. This position will represent the agency in providing integrated services to all customers.
Please Note: This position is an Employment Connections Specialist 3 in-training and can be filled at any of the following levels depending on the applicant's qualifications. The incumbent will be required to complete a training plan in order to promote to the next level. Salary ranges for these levels are:
- Employment Connections Specialist 1: $31,224 - $40,428 annually depending on qualifications
- Employment Connections Specialist 2: $34,284 - $44,652 annually depending on qualifications
- Employment Connections Specialist 3: $36,744 - $48,060 annually depending on qualifications
This position will perform the following duties at the Employment Connections Specialist 3 goal class:
- Provide staff-assisted customer services; conduct group and individual in-depth interviews, partial and full registrations, and review job readiness, employment barriers and customer needs; administer skill, interest, and aptitude tests using formal tools; identify employment and/or training goals; develop and monitor service plans; develop recommendations for continuous engagement.
- Provide information about the full range of agency services and programs; direct to appropriate internal or external resources and/or support services; provide for continuous engagement.
- Provide career and/or employment guidance and training information; refer customers to job search, training providers and/or resources through WorkSource and/or partner services.
- Outline labor market information and opportunities; assist with development of action/job search plans; refer customers to WorkSourceWA and/or other external job openings.
- Facilitate Job Hunter series and other employment-related workshops.
- Facilitate orientations and workshops.
- Facilitate WorkSourceWA sessions to employers and community members, both inside and outside the physical WorkSource Office.
- Sustain relationships with employers and the community; keep them informed of available internal and external resources and referrals.
Required qualifications at each level
Employment Connections Specialist 1 (ECS1):
- Awareness-level oral communication skills - convey information orally according to the needs of the audience, and receive and understand spoken information.
- Awareness-level workload management skills - plan and organize assignments to create timely, accurate work products. Work efficiently, remain focused, and handle interruptions effectively.
- Awareness-level computer skills - use computer hardware and software to complete assignments.
- Awareness-level customer service skills – build and maintain customer relations and satisfaction.
- Awareness-level knowledge of characteristics associated with unemployed, dislocated, and disadvantaged populations.
- Awareness-level knowledge of group facilitation techniques.
- Working-level customer service skills – build and maintain customer relations and satisfaction.
- Working-level oral communication skills - convey information orally according to the needs of the audience, and receive and understand spoken information.
- Working-level knowledge of characteristics associated with unemployed, dislocated, and disadvantaged populations.
- Working-level knowledge of group facilitation techniques.
- Ability to travel on a daily or weekly basis to provide services.
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As a condition of employment, the successful candidate accepting this position must comply with the Union Security clause contained in the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the State of Washington and the Washington Federation of State Employees.
For inquiries about this opportunity, please contact the Recruitment Team at 360-902-9560 or HRRecruiting@esd.wa.gov .
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Employment Security Department is an equal-opportunity employer and provider of employment and training services. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Washington Relay Service–711.
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