The purpose of the position is to teach Cultural Orientation, Employment Readiness, and Financial Literacy classes to clients of the agency in coordination with the education and training team, as well as to assist with the planning, assessment, and logistical elements of these classes. The Training Specialist will ensure that trainings are delivered in a culturally appropriate manner with the goal of helping clients attain self-sufficiency. Read more about the position and qualifications here!
Applicants may submit a cover letter that includes salary expectations and resume to Kari Moore at email@example.com. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. No walk-ins or phone calls.
The purpose of the position is to provide our clients with the necessary knowledge and basic skills that will allow them to obtain entry-level employment leading to self-sufficiency. The Employment Specialist provides theoretical and practical employment orientation to employable clients, including newly arrived refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, parolees, secondary migrants, and refugees, all within 5 years of arrival. He or she educates clients on American workplace attitudes, practices, and expectations; assesses individual skill and employment history through written assessments and verbal interviewing; maps out client employability plans; and provides skill enhancement opportunities as necessary. The Employment Specialist provides practical training in filling out job applications and interviewing as well as assistance with resume and cover letter writing as necessary. He or she may also provide budgetary and financial counseling to clients. Read more about the position and qualifications here!
Applicants may submit a cover letter and resume via email to Yaza Swe at firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. No walk-ins or phone calls.
The purpose of the Case Manager is to provide intensive case management services primarily during the Reception & Placement (R&P) period, the first 90 days from a refugee’s date of arrival and up to 6 months. The Case Manager provides and documents these services in accordance with the guidelines listed in the Cooperative Agreement. The Case Manager is the first and most important service provider in the lives of newly arriving refugees. As such, they maintain regular and consistent contact with the refugee(s), assess and monitor refugees’ needs and goals, advocate on behalf of refugees to guarantee that they receive benefits and quality care, and make referrals to both Exodus programs and outside organizations to ensure that refugees’ needs are met. This position reports to and is supervised by the Manager of Reception and Placement. Read more about the position and qualifications here!
Applicants may submit a cover letter which includes salary expectations and resume via email to Megan Hochbein at email@example.com. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. No walk-ins or phone calls.