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The HeartLove Place Employment Specialist develops relationships with potential employers in order to make successful matches of HLP clients to employment opportunities. This position works one on one with HLP clients to develop goals and overall short and long-term goals; works with candidates to prepare them for employments through mock interviews, assessments, soft skills development, development of cover letter and resumes etc.; monitors job retention statistics and collects all necessary data. The Employment Specialist will facilitate Job Readiness presentations and mock interviews in order to prepare students for employment opportunities; help clients with career development including finding jobs that are more desirable, helping people ask for raises and promotions, and helping with education and training programs. The Employment Specialist also will help clients think about long-term employment goals, work history and job search process; and conduct virtual job readiness programming for teens and adults.
The HeartLove Place Wellness Leader develops and leads wellness programs for youth, teens, and adults. This position leads weekly walking program for adults 18 and older. This position maintains and tracks participant progress; maintains participant data and impact; and prepares reports as required on program progress and outcomes. The Wellness Leader serves as a role model for participants, exhibiting good fitness and wellness habits.
The HeartLove Place Culinary Instructor provides instruction in both theory and laboratory work in areas to include, but not limited to: Food Preparation, Baking, Restaurant Operations, Sanitation, Purchasing, Beverage Operations, and Catering. The Culinary Instructor teaches courses in accordance with the text book curriculum, the course outline, and the schedule of classes. The Culinary Instructor prepares classroom presentations, student activities, and assignments. This position evaluates student performance and prepares students for ServSafe examination to maintains at least 75% of participants passing the exam. The Culinary Instructor manages the program budget and maintains current and accurate records of class attendance, grades, and other information as required. The Culinary Instructor also works with Family Resource Center staff to assist participants in obtaining employment in the food industry, and works with kitchen staff to cater events as required, incorporating students.