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Organization Summary

The LA Conservation Corps (“the Corps”) is a private, non-profit organization that has helped at-risk young adults develop themselves since 1986. To date, more than 20,000 young people have participated in the Corps classes and service projects, learning new skills while contributing to the quality of life for residents of the greater Los Angeles area.

Position Summary

The Recruiter implements the mission of the Corps by using his or her leadership and technical skills to develop the educational and work skills of young people, enabling them to advance their own personal and career opportunities. The Recruiter accomplishes this mission by recruiting and leading program participants in work skills and life development workshops when they first enter the Corps. The Recruiter ensures that the Corps’ program and services best fits the needs of the participants that are recruited into the program. Other duties assigned, as needed.

Essential Responsibilities

Lead the recruitment process and ensure goals for recruiting new participants are attained; ensure that our new hires have a seamless onboarding experience from the moment they have accepted an offer.

Develop, and maintain links to community, faith-based organizations and governmental agencies to facilitate recruitment of new participants.

Communicate with all internal stakeholders regarding the status of new hires; provide detailed weekly reports on recruitment efforts/accomplishments

Responsible for applicant management/tracking and providing support to applicants surrounding the Applicant Tracking System

Utilize effective communication and follow-through while acting as a dependable point of contact for candidates; act as point person throughout the application process providing a great candidate experience

Manage logistics and coordination for Recruitment programs such as: managing and scheduling workshops, booking rooms, printing and preparing all materials, sending communications to participants, and setting up conference rooms

Attend community events, job fairs, and meetings in the community to promote the Corps and recruit new participants. This is done weekly and can involve working Saturdays or Sundays as needed.

Ensure the Corps’ program and services best fit the needs of new participants.

Coordinate with the Conservation, Education, and CMD Departments to ensure that priority recruitment needs and goals are met each recruitment cycle.

Ensure new participants are knowledgeable about Corps policies, rules, and regulations and are prepared to successfully join the Corps.

Is accountable for establishing a safe working environment where no industrial injures occur that can be attributed to negligence, carelessness, and/or inappropriate safety practices.

Provide support around Corpsmember training in conjunction with other members of the Corpsmember Development Department and the Conservation Programs to develop a comprehensive training program for Corpsmembers.

Participate in regular program meetings on a regular basis

Submit reports and recruitment goal updates in a timely manner to appropriate staff.

Enter and maintain all relevant data in the case management databases.

Ensure new Corpsmember employee files and eligibility documents are accurate and fully completed prior to submitting these documents to the Human Resource, Payroll and assigned Work Program.

Responsible for coordinating and supervising overnight training spikes.

Punctuality and satisfactory attendance are essential functions of the job.

Working from home is not an option.

Other duties assigned, as needed.

Minimum Requirements/Qualifications

Demonstrate excellent analytical skills characterized by identifying, assimilating and comprehending the critical elements of various situations, and extracting and interpreting the implications of courses of action.

Demonstrate excellent communication and presentation skills (verbal and written) characterized by actively listening and ensuring respectful two-way communication.

Demonstrate sensitivity, understanding, and the ability to effectively interact with individuals (internal and external) from diverse cultural, socioeconomic, disability and ethnic backgrounds.

Demonstrate strong time management skills and a high level of attention to detail.

Demonstrate a high level of accountability, responsibility and dependability.

Demonstrate teamwork through cooperation and collaboration with others.

Demonstrate a positive attitude, self-discipline and self-awareness.

Ability to prepare concise, logical and grammatically correct documents, reports, and presentations.

Ability to accept, direct and perform responsibilities and assigned tasks as a team member in support of the overall project.

Ability to explain policies, procedures and directions and represent the Corps’ philosophy and values to a wide range of audiences including Corpsmembers, programmatic staff, management and the public.

Ability to structure tasks, establish priorities and set goals.

Ability to effectively perform the physical requirements of the job, as well as train others in the same.

Ability to effectively provide presentations, work demonstrations and instruction to others to promote and establish of culture of safety.

Ability to balance competing priorities and multiple stakeholders.

Ability to work independently.

Intermediate level of computer skills (Microsoft Office environment including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), software knowledge and Internet research ability.

High level of interpersonal skills, integrity and the ability to keep information confidential.

Uses good judgment; evaluates alternatives in the achievement of quality outcomes. 

Results-/Solution-oriented; flexible.

Passion for the Corps and ability to articulate its mission.

Education/Experience

High School Diploma or GED (from an accredited institution); Associate or Bachelor’s degree preferred AND a minimum of two (2) years of experience working with at risk/opportunity youth AND a minimum of 1 year recruitment experience

Previous experience working in the non-profit or public sector; Knowledge of Workforce Investment Opportunity Act (WIOA), Community Service Block Grant (CSBG), or other Department of Labor youth programs, eligibility and reporting requirements; Previous experience working with the City of LA’s YouthSource and Adult WorkSource system, preferred.

Other Duties and Requirements

Pass a post-offer drug/alcohol screen test before commencing employment (required to submit for the drug/alcohol screening at a company designated facility).

Pass a post-offer Live Scan (fingerprint/background clearance-Department of Justice) before commencing employment. 

If a private vehicle is utilized for company purposes validation of a California Class C Driver’s License, validation of driving record and approval of commercial policy insurability is required in conjunction with proof of personal minimum liability insurance coverage per the requirements of the state of California. 

Reference checks will be conducted; employment is contingent upon receipt of acceptable references.

Salary and Benefits

Hourly rate: $20.02 -$24.64 (reflects the entire hourly rate range). A starting hourly rate higher than $20.02 per hour is based on a level of experience and education that significantly exceeds the minimum requirements and is commensurate with the compensation scale (hourly rate range).

Medical, Dental, Vision Benefits

Vacation, Sick and Personal Holiday Benefits

Application Procedure

Complete application and provide resume and cover letter at www.lacorps.org. The Los Angeles Conservation Corps only employs individuals who are lawfully authorized to work in the United States.

Based upon a review of your application and supportive information, applicants will be considered for the interview portion. The interview will cover education and experience requirements. Applicants who need reasonable accommodations to apply or interview for this position must notify Human Resources at least four (4) business days before the closing date of the position or, if applicable, at the time an interview is scheduled.

AA/EEO Statement

It is the policy of LA Conservation Corps to seek and employ qualified workforce at all locations, job sites, and facilities, and to provide equal employment opportunities for all applicants and employees in recruiting, hiring, placement, training, compensation and benefits, promotion, transfer, and termination.

LA Conservation Corps

Equal Opportunity Employer 

www.lacorps.org

Organization Summary

The LA Conservation Corps (“the Corps”) is a private, non-profit organization that has helped at-risk young adults develop themselves since 1986. To date, more than 20,000 young people have participated in the Corps…

Details at a Glance

  • Time Commitment
    Full Time Schedule
  • Start Date
    August 1, 2021
  • Application Deadline
    July 30, 2021
  • Education
    High School Diploma Required
  • Professional Level
    Professional

Salary

$41,641 - $51,251

Benefits

Medical, Dental, Vision Benefits

Vacation, Sick and Personal Holiday Benefits

Medical, Dental, Vision Benefits

Vacation, Sick and Personal Holiday Benefits

Location

On-site
Los Angeles, CA, USA

How to Apply

Complete application and provide resume and cover letter at https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=30552&clientkey=DB02AD47710D61F117AB3FE01B37BBC6

The Los Angeles Conservation Corps only employs individuals who are lawfully authorized to work in the United States.

Complete application and provide resume and cover letter at https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=30552&clientkey…

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