The TACT25 Healthcare Mentor/Job Developer will provide direct assistance to trainees enrolled in HT3 Healthcare training programs and leverage their success with potential employers. This position shall report to the Program
Director of the TACT25 Healthcare grant at MCC.
• Assists the Program Director with program outreach, recruitment, and
marketing to include the development all informational materials;
• Assists trainees in identifying and planning their pathways to successful
completion of their chosen training program;
• Assists trainees with their job search activities to include: researching open
opportunities, preparing applications, interviewing skills, and resume
• Researches existing jobs through ads, online job postings, NHES job database and other sources and posts them on the project website; Shares information with program participants regarding current and projected job openings identified by health care provider consortium members;
• Maintains regular communication with health care provider consortium, including HR directors and consortium coordinators to keep informed of current and future job openings, screen & refer program candidates for potential employment, inform consortium of program graduates seeking employment, etc;
• Develops and facilitates workshops and assures access to existing workshops in areas related to job placement and succeeding in career opportunities;
• Shares workforce information with college faculty and program development staff to ensure the development of customized programs targeting the evolving
skills needed and identified by the healthcare industry;
• Tracks and provides regular summaries of participant activity and job placement outcomes to project manager;
• Complies with all system, college, campus, state and federal rules and regulations;
• Performs other duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelor's degree from a recognized college or university with major study in social work, human resources, healthcare or other related field. Each additional year of approved formal education may be substituted for one year of required work experience.
Experience: Three (3) years' experience in recruiting and working with dislocated and long-term unemployed workers or others seeking employment, with responsibility for program planning, monitoring and evaluation.
License/Certificate: Valid New Hampshire driver's license for travel throughout the state.
Experience working with employers, unemployed, and minority populations; Familiarity with NH’s healthcare delivery systems is preferred.
RECOMMENDEDWORK TRAITS: Knowledge of the policies and regulations
relevant to the program area in which assigned. Knowledge of the theory and methods of planning programs. Considerable knowledge of the techniques of research and design. Some knowledge of the budgetary process of colleges. Skill in providing leadership. Ability to coordinate planning activities. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to perform research. Ability to evaluate statistical and verbal information. Ability to speak before groups. Ability to prepare in-depth reports. Ability to make recommendations based
upon sound facts. Ability to detect and define problem areas and causes and to create and develop effective solutions, including the exercise of sound judgment in evaluating situations, planning action, making decisions and setting priorities. Ability to work independently to develop new or alternative approaches to meet changing and variable conditions. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, various levels of governmental officials, public and private personnel and the public. Must be willing to maintain
appearance appropriate to assigned duties and responsibilities as determined by the college appointing authority.
DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: This class specification is descriptive of general duties and is not intended to list every specific function of this class title.
Applications should be submitted to:
Manchester Community College
ATTN: Human Resources
1066 Front Street
Manchester, NH 03102
For general questions, please contact Melissa Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 206-8008.