Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Employment Opportunity: Labor Technical College


The New York City District Council Labor Technical College is seeking an individual for the newly created position of College and Mentor Program Coordinator.

This position will have a diverse set of responsibilities which will all come together to provide comprehensive coordination of training for our apprentices The coordination, growth and expansion of our college program will be a major responsibility of this position. In addition, the creation and maintenance of an apprenticeship wide mentoring program is a goal and responsibility that will be a priority. The Coordinator will be responsible for developing, planning and implementing a mentorship program for apprentices which will involve the journey level members as mentors. To aid in the consistency and thorough indoctrination of the apprentices, the Coordinator will also be primarily responsible for scheduling the approximately six week orientation process that all applicants must go through until the acceptance into the program is completed. This will include the scheduling of the names to be selected, sending letters of notification, scheduling of the orientation sessions, processing of the applications, scheduling interview appointments and tracking and scheduling the drug testing and math test. After the final acceptance of the apprentices, the Coordinator will be responsible for routing them to various locals and releasing the apprentices to the Job Referral List. In addition, the interviewing process will be developed by the Coordinator in conjunction with the Director to include employers from our signatory associations.


An Associate’s degree or higher.

Five to seven years of administrative experience preferably in an educational setting.

Must be familiar with college course systems.

Superior organizational skills.

Solid oral and written skills.

Good coordination skills and working with a diverse group of people as well as superior skills at working independently.

Must be able to effectively represent the college and the LTC Director when dealing with external organizations.

Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Outlook.

Experience working on a New York City construction project a plus.

The LTC is an affirmative action employer and encourage applications from all qualified candidates regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, or disability.

To apply, please e-mail your resume and a cover letter stating why you would be an ideal candidate for this position to resume@nyccarpenter.org

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