ICD is seeking a Job Developer who will work with program participants in both group settings and one-on-one to assist them in obtaining and maintaining jobs in their targeted area. The Job Developer is responsible for sourcing, developing and managing new employer accounts within a specific job market sector for the purpose of developing employment opportunities for participants.
ICD's Job Developer for our Veteran program will serve veteran participants at different points of their employment continuum. This Job Developer of the Veteran’s program will have specialized skills which allow them to translate military skills to civilian, and turn labor market research and community networking into meaningful outcomes that lead to competitive, long-term employment for our participants.
The two job postings are for Open Positions to start a new and innovative program, called the IT Academy, which is a crucial part of the NYC: ATWORK Training Academy, powered by Cisco and sponsored by NYC Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities. These key positions will have the amazing opportunity to get “on the ground floor” in establishing an exciting new joint venture between a non-profit organization and government to create the first Training Academy in the country to serve people with disabilities! And based on the success of the program, these two new roles will provide consultation and leadership for future planned Academies sponsored by the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities’ NYC: ATWORK and ICD – Institute for Career Development. As a result, these two new teaching positions will successfully complete the Cisco Certified Academy Instructor (CCAI) training and certification program to achieve proficiency in Cisco Academy curriculum and teaching methods. And obtain their teaching license from the New York State Education Department’s Adult Career & Continuing Education Services’ Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision (BPSS) to conduct training at ICD-Institute for Career Development.
ICD is seeking volunteers to help conduct outreach to ICD's many job training program graduates to assess their employment status and to invite them to take advantage of ICD's follow up support services, which include job placement, retention, and advancement supports. Volunteers may also volunteer to help with Job Club activities if interested. Volunteer hours are flexible and will mostly take place during the day. If interested, please e-mail your reasons for being interested and your availability to firstname.lastname@example.org.