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Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) Program - June 2017

Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience preferred.
Physical Requirements: Must have mobility sufficient to carry out the tasks. Must be able to drive a car or ride in a car to travel for training. Vision and hearing sufficient to carry out tasks and engage in conversation.
Necessary Requirements: Communicate effectively with clients co-workers, and partners in person, on the phone, or via email. This position requires excellent language, computer and other business skills. Must have reliable transportation.
General Description: The Career Planner is under the direct supervision of the WIOA One Stop Operator and is responsible for providing services to Integrated Workforce System customers in the Enid Workforce Office. This includes providing services and information to public and private employers and referring qualified and trained applicants as necessary. Some travel may be required to cover the following counties in the designated youth area: Alfalfa, Blaine, Garfield, Kingfisher, and Major. As applicable, the WIOA Career Planner may serve as the Center Manager, Functional Unit Managers or as members of the Functional Units at the discretion of the Northwestern Workforce System.

  • Provide outreach, intake, and orientation services available through the Oklahoma Works System and determine eligibility for services regarding the WIOA programs for Adults, Dislocated Workers, & Youth.
  • Provide initial assessments, career counseling, labor market research, job search, job referral and job development; job placement assistance services, comprehensive assessments, individual employment plans leading to self-sufficiency, skills services, case management, and follow-up services to eligible Integrated Workforce System customers.
  • Provide ongoing case management services to ensure participant success.
  • Document and maintain participant files in compliance with program procedures including computer based applications as well as physical files.
  • Understand and adhere to of Federal, State, Local and Agency polices as applied to program functions and performance.
  • Conduct outreach and recruitment activities (including public presentations) as well as community education on the WIOA programs for employers, job seekers, and partners.
  • Refer and coordinate with other programs and partner agencies leveraging available services for a team case management approach.
  • Accept other tasks as assigned by the program coordinator.

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