Under the direction of the Manager, Employment Resource Services, the associate manager assists with all LDS Employment Resource Services work for a defined geographic area. The person will assist thousands of members per year with job placement, career development and/or self-employment. |
- BS degree in marketing, business management, business administration, education or related degree and four years of related work experience. A master's degree may be substituted for one year of experience.
- Prior experience should demonstrate outstanding skills in initiative, creativity, spiritual maturity, leadership, training, assessment, resourcefulness, discernment, and follow-through. Must be able to recruit, coach, teach, motivate, and lead Church-service missionaries and volunteers.
- Must cultivate resources for the Church.
- Must have strong computer skills (word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint and internet software), and good verbal and written communication skills.
- Prefer experience coaching individuals to achieve success in employment related setting.
- 2nd language skills desirable – Spanish strongly preferred.
- 35% - 40% Employment Coaching---personally coaches individuals in career self-reliance planning in order to stabilize and strengthen their career opportunities. Coordinates efforts of priesthood and relief society leaders, stake employment specialists, community resources, and employment center staff. Coordinates community-based job seminars, job skills training classes, etc.
- 20% - 25% Resource Development---assists the manager in cultivating and nurturing working relationships with companies and community resources to facilitate job placement, vocational retraining, self-employment assistance, micro-enterprise and small business development, and other assistance to job seekers. Joins and participates in at least one professional or human services organization.
- 20% - 25% Operation Supervision---assists with the supervision and training of senior missionaries, Church-service missionaries, and volunteers who provide most of the day-to-day operations of the employment center and assigned volunteer centers. Training normally includes employment services to the needy, welfare principles and procedures including local customs and practices, coordinating with community, business and governmental resources, and the career workshop.
- 10% -15% Ecclesiastical Consultation--- Provides resource coordination with stakes during weekly consultative phone calls. Provides training as requested and assists Church leaders in developing plans with needy individuals.
Must be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and currently temple worthy.
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the LDS Church or, informally, the Mormon Church) is a Christian primitivist church that...