Employment Services Assistant


Published:

12/13/2017

Start Date

12/13/2017

End Date

01/31/2019

Times of day

Weekday Mornings

Time Commitment

A few hours per week

Duration

Short-Term (few weeks/months)

Address

2925 Niagra Street
Suite 6
Turlock
California
95382
United States

Description

Under the supervision and direction of the Employment Supervisor, volunteers help with a range of activities to help prepare refugee clients for their first jobs in the U.S.


Responsibilities:

  • Work individually with clients to create resumes, conduct job searches, complete applications, find networking opportunities, and help them understand U.S. work culture
  • Provide assistance and feedback for clients as they practice interview skills
  • Assist employment staff with a variety of projects and administration needs, such as filing and reviewing client records
  • Assist employment staff with other tasks as assigned


Minimum Commitment: 3-6 hrs/week for a minimum 4 months, longer volunteer commitments encouraged. Opportunities available in Turlock and Modesto

Fee Required

Benefits

Training Provided

How To Apply

Jonathan.Partridge@rescue.org

https://www.rescue.org/volunteer/employment-services-assistant

Here are the steps for getting started with volunteering at the IRC:

  1. You’ll submit an application online: https://www.rescue.org/announcement/how-volunteer-turlock. Please indicate that you are interested in volunteering at our Turlock USP office (which covers both our Turlock and Modesto sites)
  2. You'll submit to a background check at a cost of $40. This can be done simply by making an online donation to the IRC at rescue.org/donatenorcal. Once you click on the link, scroll down to the bottom of the “one-time donation” section where you can insert your own amount and enter $40. 
  3. We'll discuss your skills and interests, as well as IRC's current needs.
  4. You’ll receive and sign a “hire letter” that will detail your volunteer commitments.
  5. We’ll schedule an orientation in which you’ll learn more about your assignment as well as the IRC’s work in the Central Valley and abroad.


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