The Regional Business Council
Are you passionate about helping others discover career opportunities that may be outside of a traditional 4-year degree? Are you a go-getter with an outgoing personality that loves to work with a diverse group of individuals? If so, then this position may be perfect for you!
As a focus of STL.works, the Regional Business Council Workforce Development Coordinator will work with St. Louis area schools and districts to increase workforce development awareness and activities of K-16 students, educators, parents, and community with RBC member businesses and collaborating partners. The Coordinator may also focus on educator workshops and student sessions related to the various career fields aligned with the STL.works Subcommittees. The Coordinator will provide students, parents, professionals, and community leaders with a positive connection to the RBC and STL.works to enhance the workforce development collaborations and job growth in the St. Louis Metropolitan area and beyond.
- Creates and organizes meetings, sessions, and summits with school staff to Career Technical Education learning.
- Establish real-time expectations, sessions, and summits for students for technical and power skills conducive to careers and various corporate cultures in various industries and environments.
- Work collaboratively with K-12 schools, community colleges, and colleges and universities and their administration, counselors, support staff, and instructors, parents/guardians, and students.
- Utilizes effective teaching and classroom presentation techniques.
- Keeps appropriate records and files of the STL.works activities, projects, students, and adults connected to various projects and completed tasks.
- Establish an effective rapport with students, parents, RBC members, and collaborative partners of STL.works and beyond.
- Present and teach lessons to students, educators, and others as needed on changing workforce development initiatives and needs.
- Supports a SWOT analysis of STL.works partnering programs
- Facilitates and convenes sessions, workshops, and virtual summits for the community of learners (students) and leaders (partners and more) for careers, internships, apprenticeships, and training programs.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Ensure the success of STL.works and RBC’s goals and priorities.
KNOWLEGDE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
- Ability to effectively communicate both written and verbal, including presentations.
- Ability to use technology, at least 4 social media platforms, and multi-task with large groups.
- Be self-motivated and able to work with limited direct supervision.
- Flexibility to work with others in a variety of circumstances and a diverse group of individuals.
- Knowledge of school systems, colleges, and universities.
- Passionate about improving the lives of others and particularly in St. Louis through workforce development and career pathways.
- Bachelor’s degree in STEM, education, or business
- Professional business experience preferred
- Minimum of three years job-related experience in workforce development, industry, or education
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
- 12 months
The Job Description above identifies the essential functions, knowledge, skills, and experience required for this position, and provides examples of duties that may be required. This description does not outline all job duties & responsibilities that may be required of this position.
If you are interested in the position, please submit a cover letter and resume to Tina Haberberger at email@example.com