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Working As A Career Coach

  • Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work
  • Assisting and Caring for Others
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Getting Information
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • $34,390

    Average Salary

What Does A Career Coach Do At Neighborhood Centers Inc.

Helps clients identify personal and professional goals Guides clients who desire to make career change Assists clients in planning strategic career moves and leadership skills Assists clients with job search skills, making contact with prospective employers and completing job applications Helps clients write resumes Rehearses job interview tactics with clients and offers advice Performs personality and skills assessments on clients Counsels clients on how to strengthen their weaknesses Helps clients conquer habits that prevent job advancement Answers questions concerning details about technical career paths Recommends additional education to clients to help them achieve their career goals Advises clients on technical training opportunities to prepare for a particular career Helps clients choose appropriate technical training to match their career choice Helps clients locate financial aid and other funding opportunities to pay for training Holds seminars and workshops to educate individuals on technical career paths Other duties as

What Does A Career Coach Do At Tad PGS, Inc.

* Delivers a cluster-based approach to employment services, supported by traditional case management
* Provides case management services to a caseload of assigned customers, assisting them to remove both real and self-perceived limitations that interfere with obtaining employment in the career path of their choice through the use of MAXTrac, MAXKnowledge, and SnagPad
* Reviews the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) Work Opportunity Participation Rate (WOPR) reports monthly for the accuracy of the data
* Travel to business sites, community resource agencies and itinerant sites to meet customers
* Cross mentoring with all departments Engagement
* Coordinates all project services provided to customers.
* Communicates with the customer to make them aware of the functionality of BrainShark and the sign up process.
* Performs program orientation and introduction to BrainShark Assessment
* Considers workplace competency and appraisal information in making activity assignments by reviewing assessment results Service Plan
* Develops personalized and individual work plans facilitating and coordinating the development of the customer, on-the-job training, education opportunities and providing ongoing support and supportive services
* Monitors and assesses compliance and effectiveness of the work plan and customer progress through Snag Pad Skill Building
* Makes certain that Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho (TAFI) customers are assigned to allowable activates each day for at least the minimum required hours.
* Makes certain that Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) customers are assigned to allowable activates each day for at least the minimum required hours
* Assists the customer in achieving training and skills based certifications, and assesses/revises work plans to achieve successful outcomes
* Makes certain that customers are in countable activities 100% of the time.
* Appointments work plan updates must be scheduled prior to the expiration date of the current plan
* Works with community training partners to make connections to training resources to develop skills in demand occupations Job Placement
* Works in cooperation with Job Developers to monitor placements through the collection of work verifications.
* Maintains continual contact with customers in person, on the phone or in community settings to make certain they are positioned for success Job Retention Support
* Refer customers to appropriate Supportive Services based on the needs of the participant.
* Follow all IDHW and MAXIMUS supportive services processes and guidelines
* Continues follow-up with customers after placement in to support job retention
* Engages assigned customers on a monthly basis
* Provides customer with information on all needed resources and services including transportation, food pantries, housing, job search, resume writing, and clothing through Support Services
* Monitors customer progress through time sheets review and maintains accuracy of time sheet
* Initiates non-compliance procedures and follows up on process for customers who fail to meet program requirements by using IBES
* Participates as necessary in work groups and committees aimed at evaluating customer’s needs, improving services, and implementing new service strategies

What Does A Career Coach Do At Peckham, Inc.

* Direct Program Support
* Assess client eligibility for WIOA services, conduct client intake and program orientation.
* Prepare and maintain records and case files, including documentation such as clients’ personal and eligibility information, services provided, narratives of client contacts and relevant correspondence.
* Develop individualized plans of service that fit clients’ aptitudes, education levels, physical abilities, and career goals in a demand driven workforce development system.
* Monitor and record clients’ progress to ensure that goals and objectives are met.
* Maintain close contact with clients during job training and placements to resolve problems and evaluate placement adequacy.
* Confer with referral agencies and community partners to develop and implement service plans.
* Coordinate client services in collaboration with other programs.
* In cooperation with other Career Coaches, arrange and/or teach job seeking skills, retention skills, and life skills for participants.
* Develop and maintain relationships with community referral sources, such as schools, human service agencies and community groups appropriate to the needs of clients.
* Identify barriers to client employment, such as inaccessible work sites, inflexible schedules, and transportation problems, and work with clients to develop strategies for overcoming these barriers.
* Assess need for supportive services and process requests, as needed.
* Assist customers using public computers and resources.
* Provide program and employment retention, and follow-along services for program participants.
* Work collaboratively with the CAMW! Business Service team monitoring available job leads, coordinating OJT, and customized training opportunities, screen clients and make referrals when appropriate.
* Participate in community and employer events with CAMW! and Peckham, Inc.
* Maintain timely case file documentation on OSMIS and in hard copy file.
* Maintain accurate documentation on participant program activities as specified by the State of Michigan, Peckham, and CAMW!
* Maintain knowledge of WIOA and CAMW! program policy.
* Meet or exceed established performance expectations as defined in the contract.
* Provide crisis intervention.
* Attend meetings for client service planning.
* General Responsibilities:
* Support outcome measures, key indicators, and other Peckham monthly/quarterly reports.
* Promote Peckham’s vision, values, and services to all customers and stakeholders.
* Assist in maintaining organization wide quality standards.
* Maintain a safe and clean work environment.
* Other related duties as assigned.
* SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
* This position has no supervisory responsibilities.
* COMMENTS
* This position requires passing and maintaining security background checks.
* Must have access to reliable transportation for trips off site as needed.
* Excellent time management skills are a necessity

What Does A Career Coach Do At Highmark Health

* Actively participates in population health outreach through identification of patients with gaps in care through use of analytic tools and patient registries.
* Contacts patients and facilitates closing gaps in care. (10%)
* Ensures pre-visit planning is completed by performing chart and data reviews in advance of patient visit and preparing for patient arrival by identifying items that need addressed during visit. (10%)
* Demonstrates expanded rooming protocol by assisting the provider in addressing care gaps with the patient and appropriately activating standing orders. (10%)
* Accurately performs clinical transcription during the patient encounter by documenting elements of the clinical visit under direct supervision of the provider and assisting with computerized provider order entry under direct supervision of the provider. (10%)
* Uses a motivational interviewing approach to coach patients toward self-management, self-efficacy, and activation.
* Engages the patients to assess current state, collaboratively set goals, and review the after-visit summary.
* Instructs the patient on condition management, behavioral support, and addresses emotional demands of having a chronic condition.
* Reinforces the clinical care plan and follows up for ongoing activation. (10%)
* Performs registry and quality data review and conducts population outreach to close gaps in care. (10%)
* Oversees the identification of high risk patients and facilitates complex care management referrals.
* Works collaboratively with care team nurses to provide care coordination to rising risk patients. (10%)
* Reviews and assesses with care team members to achieve population health management goals, to improve patient access to care and to reduce avoidable emergency department visits. (10%)
* Cleans and sterilizes instruments per established standards.
* Ensures adequate inventory of medical supplies.
* Ensures all patient treatment areas are stocked with appropriate supplies using established inventory standards. (10%)
* Performs in-house testing following established standards and policies. (10%)
* Performs other duties as assigned or required

What Does A Career Coach Do At The Door-A Center of Alternatives

* Oversee outreach, recruitment, and enrollment of new participants into the Young Adult Literacy Program.
* Conduct initial and outgoing assessments and individual and group sessions with participants to develop and achieve benchmarked individualized educational and career goal plans and ensure that they are the right fit for the program
* Provide case management services including information, referrals, assistance in accessing child care, health, mental health, and other support service that will assist participants to achieve career and education goals.
* This may include site visits to courts, hospitals, schools, or work sites for mandatory and celebratory events.
* Contribute to the design of and facilitate career readiness, professional development, and life skills workshops for participants; ensure participants complete a professional development portfolio.
* Contribute to the design and facilitate student group projects including developing group project deliverables and tracking student progress
* Monitor and track participants’ attendance, progress and achievement of career and education goal plans from point of enrollment until program completion; prepare and distribute student stipends for participating in group projects
* Collect and maintain all participant documentation, case management records, progress notes, and outcomes data as related to EPOCH program goals and contractual obligations.
* Work as part of an interdisciplinary team with instructional team, placement staff, and college advisors to ensure participants’ education and career needs, interests, and goals are being met; participate in case conferencing.
* Develop a transitional or exit service plan for participants who have successfully completed or no longer able to participate in career and education services at The Door.
* Demonstrate an understanding of and practice the principals of positive youth development.
* Provide coverage and support during program activities; develop and facilitate community meetings, award ceremonies, alumni gatherings, and other special events.
* Provide feedback to Career and Education Services team regarding young people’s education and placement experiences, challenges, and successes, to help inform the content and structure of program services.
* Support college level and/or high school interns that will work with each respective team on completing set administrative functions.
* Participate in relevant departmental, agency, and external agency meetings, trainings, case conferences, workshops and events.
* Handle any appropriate additional responsibilities and functions as assigned by Supervisor and/or Director

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How To Become A Career Coach

Rehabilitation counselors typically need a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling or a related field. Some positions require certification or a license.

Education

Most employers require a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling or a related field. A bachelor’s degree in most fields is acceptable to enter a master’s degree program. Master’s degree programs teach students the theories, skills, and techniques that will enable them to provide effective mental health counseling. These programs also train students in evaluating clients’ needs, formulating and implementing job placement strategies, and understanding the medical and psychological aspects of a disability. They typically require a period of supervised clinical experience, such as an internship.

Although some employers hire workers with a bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation and disability studies, these workers typically cannot offer the full range of services that a rehabilitation counselor with a master’s degree can provide. Students in bachelor’s degree programs learn about issues that people with disabilities face and about the process of providing rehabilitation services. Some universities offer dual-degree programs in rehabilitation counseling, in which students can earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in 5 years.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Licensing requirements for rehabilitation counselors differ by state and by type of services provided. Those providing counseling services to clients and patients must attain a license through their state licensing board. Other services provided by rehabilitation counselors, however, may be exempt from state licensing requirements. For example, rehabilitation counselors who provide only vocational rehabilitation services or job placement assistance may not need a license.

Licensure typically requires a master’s degree and 2,000 to 4,000 hours of supervised clinical experience. In addition, counselors must pass a state-recognized exam. To maintain their licensure, counselors must complete annual continuing education credits.

Applicants should contact their state licensing board for information on what services or counseling positions require licensure. Contact information for these state licensing boards can be found through the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification.

Some employers prefer or require rehabilitation counselors to be certified. The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification offers the Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) certification. Applicants must meet advanced education, work experience, and clinical supervision requirements and pass a test. Certification must be renewed every 5 years. Counselors must complete continuing education requirements or pass a reexamination to renew their certification.

Important Qualities

Communication skills. Rehabilitation counselors need to be able to effectively communicate with clients. They must express ideas and information in a way that is easy to understand.

Compassion. Counselors often work with people who are dealing with stressful and difficult situations. They must be compassionate and empathize with their clients.

Critical-thinking skills. Counselors must be able to develop a treatment plan to help clients reach their goals by considering each client’s abilities and interests.   

Interpersonal skills. Being able to work with different types of people is essential for rehabilitation counselors, who spend most of their time working directly with clients, families, employers, or other professionals. They must be able to develop and maintain good working relationships.

Listening skills. Good listening skills are essential for rehabilitation counselors. They need to give their full attention in sessions in order to understand clients’ problems, concerns, and values.

Patience. To help people learn new skills and strategies, rehabilitation counselors must have patience as clients struggle to learn about and address their disabilities.

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  1. Job Search Strategies
  2. Assistance
  3. Workforce
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  • Provide career coaching and job search strategies.
  • Coached and performed placement assistance to unemployed professionals.
  • Partnered with various agencies to align strategy for workforce placements and training.
  • Coached and mentored customer service representatives.
  • Supplied career development/planning for clients and registered eligibility for state funding programs.

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