Director of Workforce Development

Southern Oregon Goodwill
Klamath Falls, OR
Jun 16, 2017
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Job Description

Human Services organization seeking individual with human or social services background to supervise staff and clients.

Some duties include:

*Develops, implements, markets and oversees specific services.
*Negotiates service delivery with customers and coordinates client services between agencies. *Interacts with funding agencies and assures services meet their expectations.
*Acts as liaison between department and divisions.
*Establishes and maintains departmental projects, standards, production averages and goals, including job placement.
*Prepares schedules to ensure adequate coverage, often in multiple locations.
*Manages caseload of clients as assigned.
*Works with a team and coordinates, develops, implements and monitors individualized service plans and/or employment search strategies to assist client in achieving employment goals.

Education and Experience:

Bachelor's Degree in human services field plus two years recent related experience, or Associate Degree and four years recent related experience. Requires 2 recent years in supervisory role. A mix of the above requirements may be considered.

Send a resume/application to:, drop off at our Klamath Falls location at 3401 Washburn, or mail/drop off at our corporate office Attn: Human Resources 11 W. Jackson St. Medford, OR 97501.

Our benefits include medical/dental/vision insurance, retirement plan, tuition assistance, vacation & holiday pay, EAP, and life insurance.

Company Description
Goodwill's mission is focused on helping individuals and families build social and employment skills needed to achieve personal and economic independence. Southern Oregon Goodwill Industries is headquartered in Medford with Mission Services offices in Klamath, Josephine, Jackson, Douglas, Lake and Siskiyou Counties. We provide services to more than 3,000 people every year and directly employ more than 300 others in social services, administration, retail and operations.

Community donations of goods and financial gifts provide vital funding for our programs. Donors are also a vital first step in Goodwill's eco-friendly business model to reduce, reuse and recycle keeping over 5 million pounds of unwanted items out of landfills annually. Over 84 percent of revenue generated from our 14 retail stores and recycling efforts fund career services ranging from skills assessment and job search, to training and placement, to family and financial stabilization classes.

At Goodwill, we believe that work has the power to transform lives by building self-sufficiency for individuals and their families. Our business is changing lives one job at a time.

Klamath Falls, OR


Thu, 15 Jun 2017 09:55:08 PDT