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JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Director of Finance

LOCATION: Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc.
721 S. Walnut Street, Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601 (Not Remote)

SUPERVISOR: Executive Director


CLASSIFICATION: Full Time, Exempt

DESCRIPTION:
The Director of Finance shall be responsible for the organization’s Finance Department and compliance with required state and federal rules and regulations.


RESPONSIBILITES/DUTIES:

  • Supervise Fiscal Specialists

  • Prepares checks and supporting reports i.e. Cafeteria Plan, Credit Union, FICA, SUTA and Federal Tax Submission

  • Verifies payroll timesheets & calculates mileage for staff & WDB /tracks leave

  • Prepares financial statements/general ledgers for all Board Meetings

  • Benefit Coordinator-HR/Personnel Records/New Employee Paperwork

  • Assist with employee interviews and evaluations

  • Accounts Payable for SEAEDD (including the WFC offices) and all postings of checks.

  • Responsible for documentation to request WIOA Funds and report monthly expenditures

  • Assist in preparing for and responding to required monitoring

  • Maintain relationships with vendors

  • Invoicing for SEAEDD, Solid Waste, Grants Admin, WIOA IFAs, etc.

  • Prepares annual local due letters and statements

  • Monthly reconciliation of SEAEDD bank accounts

  • Prepare quarterly and yearly draw-down reports

  • Providing documentation for audit reports

  • Assist auditor with all documents throughout the year including tax documents and necessary reporting

  • Maintain Accounting Software (QuickBooks) including backing up the system weekly

  • Creating and maintaining processes for internal financial controls

  • Assist with year-end reconciliation of accrued leave for employees

  • Assist with updating and maintaining personnel manual and policies

  • Continue education on all State and Federal funding financial requirements

  • Responsible for District Budget creation, processes, and allocations

  • Work with the Director of Workforce Development to prepare WDB Recertifications.

  • Management and of all insurance plans/policies for SEAEDD office and employees

  • Other duties as assigned

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Formal Equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business, Public Administration, or related field from an accredited College or University. CPA preferred but relevant and related work experience may be substituted.

  • Proficiency with accounting software (QuickBooks), Salesforce, Microsoft Office, DocuSign

  • Proven experience working with state and federal funding

  • Strong leadership skills, able to manage diverse and creative teams, demonstrate good judgment in structuring a professional environment while maintaining a highly dynamic, creative, and productive department.

  • Ability to manage one’s time efficiently to meet deadlines, problem-solve, and be self-sufficient while working with little supervision, but with high ethical standards.

  • An advanced skill set in word processing, communications, preparation of reports, data entry, and other administrative skills.

  • Excellent communication skills – written and verbal.

  • Extremely organized and detail-oriented, ability to prioritize projects, multi-task, strong problem-solving skills, and good research skills.

  • Proficiency in understanding protocol while communicating with colleagues, partners, and leaders in the community.

  • Knowledge of general business operations.

  • A dynamic, positive self-starter.

  • Ability to critically think and take initiative.

  • Ability to handle multiple projects with the understanding of urgency in meeting impending deadlines.

  • Ability to operate office machines and equipment.

SPECIAL WORK CONDITIONS:
Ability to operate a motor vehicle and hold a valid Arkansas driver’s license with automobile insurance
Ability to travel in and out of state, including overnight stays

No phone calls, please.

Please send a cover letter and resume to: Director of Finance Position - SEAEDD, Inc. Via email to: admin@southeastarkansas.org

Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Director of Solid Waste & Recycling

Location: Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc
721 South Walnut Street, Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601 (Not Remote)

Supervisor: Executive Director

 

Classification: Full Time, Exempt

DESCRIPTION:
The Director of Solid Waste and Recycling is instrumental in managing of the Southeast Arkansas Solid Waste District and providing technical assistance to the solid waste board members

 

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

  • Managing all administrative and day-to-day activities of the 10-county Southeast Arkansas Regional Solid Waste Management Board, including

    • Facilitating the board meetings

    • operating all aspects of the Board’s Waste Tire Program,

    • the securing and administration of grant funds for recycling, waste tires, e-waste,

    • the securing/negotiation of bids and contracts for solid waste & recycling projects or programs

  • Managing the logistical system for the 10-county Southeast Arkansas Regional Solid Waste District which involves

    • the efficient and timely movement of solid waste and recycling commodities form within the district boarders

    • the export and import of those same materials to end markets throughout the state.

  • Responsible for reporting the 26-member solid waste board for day-to-day operations,

    • frequent correspondence,

    • detailed updates on legislation,

    • detailed report on the finances of the Solid Waste District and

    • being a liaison for the district’s elected officials with local, state, and federal entities

  • Other duties as assigned

 

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Formal Equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in economics, business, public administration, or related field from an accredited College or University. Relevant and related work experience may be substituted.

  • Strong leadership skills, and ability to manage diverse and creative teams; demonstrate good judgment in structuring a professional environment while maintaining a highly dynamic, creative, and productive department.

  • Ability to manage one’s time efficiently to meet deadlines, problem-solve, and be self-sufficient while working with little supervision, but with high ethical standards.

  • An advanced skill set in word processing, communications, preparation of reports, data entry, and other administrative skills.

  • Excellent communication skills – written and verbal.

  • Extremely organized and detail-oriented, ability to prioritize projects, multi-task, strong problem-solving skills, and good research skills.

  • Proficiency in understanding protocol while communicating with colleagues, partners, and leaders in the community.

  • Knowledge of general business operations and bookkeeping.

  • A dynamic, positive self-starter who can work autonomously.

  • Ability to critically think and take initiative.

  • Ability to handle multiple projects with the understanding of urgency in meeting impending deadlines.

  • Ability to operate office machines and equipment.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.

 

SPECIAL WORK CONDITIONS:
Ability to operate a motor vehicle and hold a valid Arkansas driver’s license with automobile insurance
Ability to travel in and out of state, including overnight stays

No phone calls, please.

Please send a cover letter and resume to: Director of Solid Waste & Recycling Position - SEAEDD, Inc. Via email to: admin@southeastarkansas.org

Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Fiscal Specialist

Location: Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc.
721 S. Walnut Street, Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601 (Not Remote)

Supervisor: Director of Finance

Classification: Full Time, Exempt

DESCRIPTION:

The Fiscal Specialist shall be responsible for performing a variety of fiscal tasks that are standard
support duties within the Finance Department.

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

  • Maintains tracking of annual district dues invoices and deposits

  • Assist with AP/, AR, bank deposits and filing

  • Reconciles Bank Statement

  • Assist with required reporting including annual audits and monitoring

  • Assist with Payroll

  • Purchases of equipment & supplies

  • Assist with benefits (insurance…etc.)

  • Manages and tracks all open invoices

  • Responsible for maintaining Inventory.

  • Prepares new hire reporting

  • Other duties as assigned

 

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Required: High school diploma with two years of administrative experience but prefer Associate degree with four years of related experience.

  • Proficient in reading, speaking, and writing the English language

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite and QuickBooks

  • Able to learn quickly, and adapt to a fast-paced environment

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Excellent organizational skills, multitask and prioritize work

  • Proven admin assistant experience

  • Attention to detail and problem-solving skills

  •  

SPECIAL WORK CONDITIONS:
Ability to operate a motor vehicle and hold a valid Arkansas driver’s license with automobile insurance
Ability to travel in and out of state, including overnight stays

No phone calls, please.

Please send a cover letter and resume to: Director of Solid Waste & Recycling Position - SEAEDD, Inc. Via email to: admin@southeastarkansas.org

Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Grants Administrator

Location: Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc
721 South Walnut Street, Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601 (Not Remote)

Supervisor: Executive Director


Classification: Exempt

DESCRIPTION:Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc. is seeking a university student to fill the position of Assistant Grants Administrator. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the successful candidate will support the department by assisting with activities related to securing external funding and administering projects in the Southeast Arkansas service area.


RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

  • Communicate and collaborate with internal department staff

  • Assist with preparing proposals

  • Assist with gathering data and information for grant proposals and reports

  • Provide general administrative and project management support

 

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, public administration, or related field from an accredited university and two (2) years of experience in state and federal application preparation and project administration is preferred, but relevant work experience may be substituted

  • Exceptional organizational skills

  • Superior attention to detail and the ability to multi-task

  • Must be self-motivated with strong problem-solving abilities and committed to continuous improvement

  • Interest in community development and grant programs

  • Excellent research skills

  • Must be proficient in using Microsoft Office software and have excellent computer skills

  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and meet deadlines

  • Excellent time management skills

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • A professional demeanor with an aptitude for analytical thinking and problem-solving


SPECIAL WORK CONDITIONS:
Must have reliable transportation and valid Arkansas driver’s license
Ability to travel in state, occasionally

No phone calls please.

Please send cover letter and resume’ to: Assistant Grants Administrator Position - SEAEDD, Inc. Via email to: admin@southeastarkansas.org

Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Career Advisor in Lake Village

 

 
Location: Lake Village AR Workforce Center - FULL-TIME

Summary of Job Duties:

  1. Provide direct customer service to applicants by interviewing and collecting eligibility documents from interested parties for appropriate employment and training services.

  2. Perform case management duties by documenting and tracking services and activities provided to program participants using a computer software management information system

  3. Develop Individual Employment Plans and Individual Service Strategies for Youth, Adults and Dislocated Workers

  4. based on participant’s needs.

  5. Assist participants with enrolling in adult education, college, vocational training, apprenticeships, and other opportunities that lead to placements in substantial employment.

  6. Work closely with institutions of learning and partner agencies to refer clients for appropriate services.

 
Minimum Requirements:
 

  • Formal equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in public administration, social work, business, human services or related field from an accredited college or university.

  • Must be proficient in using Windows and Microsoft Office software including Word, Excel, and Outlook. The ability to effectively maneuver through electronic management information systems assigned to the program.

  • Must have the ability to be self-sufficient and work with little supervision, but with high ethical standards. Ability to

  • manage one’s time efficiently to meet project goals, performance measures and engage participants in services.

  • Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.

  • Must have reliable transportation and be willing to travel occasionally.

  • All WIOA Employees must pass a state background check.  

 
No phone calls please.

Please send cover letter and resume’ to: Career Advisor Position in Lake Village - SEAEDD, Inc. Arkansas Workforce Centers of Southeast Arkansas Via email to: admin@southeastarkansas.org

Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Career Advisor in Pine Bluff


Location: Pine Bluff AR Workforce Center - FULL-TIME

Summary of Job Duties:
​​
Provide direct customer service to applicants by interviewing and collecting eligibility documents from interested parties for appropriate employment and training services.
Perform case management duties by documenting and tracking services and activities provided to program participants using a computer software management information system
Develop Individual Employment Plans and Individual Service Strategies for Youth, Adults and Dislocated Workers based on participant’s needs.
Assist participants with enrolling in adult education, college, vocational training, apprenticeships, and other opportunities that lead to placements in substantial employment.
Work closely with institutions of learning and partner agencies to refer clients for appropriate services.
 
Minimum Requirements:
 
Formal equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in public administration, social work, business, human services or related field from an accredited college or university.
Must be proficient in using Windows and Microsoft Office software including Word, Excel, and Outlook. The ability to effectively maneuver through electronic management information systems assigned to the program.
Must have the ability to be self-sufficient and work with little supervision, but with high ethical standards. Ability to manage one’s time efficiently to meet project goals, performance measures and engage participants in services.
Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.
Must have reliable transportation and be willing to travel occasionally.
All WIOA Employees must pass a state background check.  
 
No phone calls please.

Please send cover letter and resume’ to: Career Advisor Position in Pine Bluff - SEAEDD, Inc. Arkansas Workforce Centers of Southeast Arkansas Via email to: admin@southeastarkansas.org

Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Career Advisor in Monticello


Location: Monticello, Arkansas Workforce Center - FULL-TIME

Summary of Job Duties:
​​
1. Provide direct customer service to applicants by interviewing and collecting eligibility documents from interested parties for appropriate employment and training services.
2. Perform case management duties by documenting and tracking services and activities provided to program participants using a computer software management information system
3. Develop Individual Employment Plans and Individual Service Strategies for Youth, Adults and Dislocated Workers
4. based on participant’s needs.
5. Assist participants with enrolling in adult education, college, vocational training, apprenticeships, and other opportunities that lead to placements in substantial employment.
6. Work closely with institutions of learning and partner agencies to refer clients for appropriate services.
 
Minimum Requirements:
 

  • Formal equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in public administration, social work, business, human services or related field from an accredited college or university.

  • Must be proficient in using Windows and Microsoft Office software including Word,

  • Excel, and Outlook. The ability to effectively maneuver through electronic management information systems assigned to the program.

  • Must have the ability to be self-sufficient and work with little supervision, but with high ethical standards. Ability to manage one’s time efficiently to meet project goals, performance measures and engage participants in services.

  • Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.

  • Must have reliable transportation and be willing to travel occasionally.

  • All WIOA Employees must pass a state background check.

 
No phone calls please.

Please send cover letter and resume’ to: Career Advisor Position in Pine Bluff - SEAEDD, Inc. Arkansas Workforce Centers of Southeast Arkansas Via email to: admin@southeastarkansas.org​

Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant WIOA Compliance Officer


Location:

SEAEDD

721 S. Walnut St., Pine Bluff, AR 71601

 

SUPERVISOR: Director of Workforce Development


CLASSIFICATION: Full Time, Exempt

DESCRIPTION:
The Assistant Compliance Officer shall play a role in the implementation and preservation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity (WIOA) Act within the Southeast Arkansas District. The person filling the position must assist the WIOA Compliance Officer, Director of Workforce Development and WIOA Regional Manager to assure that all components of the WIOA program meet the requirements as established in the WIOA Law and regulations and as set forth by the SEAWDB, and the internal program and financial monitoring aspects of the WIOA Title I-B program and One-Stop Operations. The Assistant Compliance Officer will assist in facilitating training and technical assistance to local workforce center staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

  • Provide support for internal monitoring of all One-Stop Operator and WIOA Title I-B program and activities based on DOL, AWDB, SEAWDB regulations, laws, policies and eligibility criteria. Extensive and continual knowledge of WIOA eligibility and program requirements will be necessary to perform this function. Participation in various trainings, webinars, and meetings will be essential.

  • Research and interpret reports, policies, procedures, rules, regulations, directives, and laws to provide input and develop policies, procedures and directives for implementation of all required services for participants throughout the area.

  • Collaborate with the WIOA Compliance Officer, Director of Workforce Development and WIOA Area Manager to track, evaluate and monitor performance and outcomes of all program participants.

  • Review participant files in preparation for case closure processes.

  • Conduct regular file and desk reviews of participant records and assist in monitor AJL data entry by workforce center staff and report findings as well as facilitate corrective action plans.

  • Work in conjunction with SEAEDD administration to ensure that all offices are fully operating in compliance with WIOA regulations in providing workforce services to customers including job seekers as well as partners and employers.

  • Assist in coordinating WIOA Title I-B youth, adult and dislocated worker activities to assure that the goals and objectives established within the overall aims of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, State and Local Plan for WIOA, and the mission of SEAEDD and SEAWDB are met.

  • Ensure the success of the WIOA program through innovative practices and regular planning, developing and implementing activities and services that promote personal growth and success for all participants based on individual service strategies, objective assessment plans, and individualized employment plans.

  • Provide leadership, guidance, supervision, and technical assistance to all workforce center staff.

  • Work with administration on carrying out governance decisions concerning program, finance, plans, and policies for workforce programs.

  • Assist in writing and developing procedures and policies that affect program, and personnel activities of employees and customers.

  • Comply with and ensure that the program and financial activities comply with grant contracts and terms along with governmental policies, laws and regulations.

  • Assist with the coordination, planning and setup of SEAWDB activities and meetings.

  • Work with the planning committee of the SEAWDB to coordinate activities and partnerships with Eligible Training Providers and the ACRS list.

  • Assist with monthly program and performance reports to local boards, administration, and other stakeholders.

  • Assist with monitoring reports of the One-Stop Operator and WIOA Title I-B provider, and all other subcontractors.

  • Assist in responding to monitoring reports issued by ADWS and DOL.

  • Assist in structuring, organizing, and facilitating staff meetings and trainings.

  • Collaborate with WIOA Compliance Officer, Director of Workforce Development, WIOA Regional Manager and Accounting Department on special projects and Work Experiences, OJT’s, and the Summer Youth Employment Program.

  • All other duties assigned

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Formal Equivalent of a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Public Administration, Human Resources, Social Work, or related field from an accredited College or University. Relevant and related work experience may be substituted.

  • Self-Ability to manage one’s time efficiently to meet deadlines, problem-solve and be self-sufficient while working with little supervision, but with high ethical standards.

  • Regular, reliable, and non-disruptive attendance is an essential job duty, as is the ability to create and maintain collegial, harmonious working relationships with others.

  • An advanced skill set in word processing, communications, preparation of reports, data entry and other administrative skills.

  • Excellent communication skills – written and verbal.

  • Extremely organized and detail oriented, ability to prioritize projects, multi-task, strong problem- solving skills and good research skills.

  • Proficiency in understanding protocol while communicating with colleagues, partners and leaders in the community.

  • Knowledge of general business operations.

  • Skilled and proficient in spelling, word processing, filing, punctuation and basic bookkeeping practices.

 

SPECIAL WORK CONDITIONS:
Ability to operate a motor vehicle and travel in state.


No phone calls please.

Please send cover letter and resume’ to: Career Advisor Position in Pine Bluff - SEAEDD, Inc. Arkansas Workforce Centers of Southeast Arkansas Via email to: admin@southeastarkansas.org​

Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Bilingual Career Advisor


Location: Arkansas Workforce Center in Southeast (Not Remote)

 

SUPERVISOR: WIOA Regional Managert


CLASSIFICATION: Full Time, Non-Exempt​

DESCRIPTION:

The Career Advisor shall be responsible for playing a large role in the implementation and preservation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity (WIOA) Act within the geographic area assigned. The person filling the position must work with minimum supervision and work with the Regional Manager to ensure that all components of the WIOA program meet the requirements as established in the WIOA Law and regulations and as set forth by the local workforce development board.

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

  • Provide direct customer service to applicants by interviewing and collecting eligibility documents from interested parties for appropriate career, individualized, employment, training, and supportive services.

  • Serve as a translator or interpreter to ensure effective communication between clients and providers

  • Identify and recruit participants from targeted populations for WIOA Programs.

  • Document events and services provided to participants using a computer software management information system. Build and maintain a participant paper file that serves as the record for each program participant.

  • Develop Individual Employment Plans and Individual Service Strategies for Youth, Adults and Dislocated Workers based on participant’s needs. This shall be done through interviewing, observations, and assessments that identify barriers to employment.

  • Assist participants in enrolling in adult education, college, vocational training, apprenticeships, and other opportunities with WIOA partners that lead to substantial employment.

  • Monitor participant’s progress on a weekly basis and provide counseling, mentoring, resource sharing and other related services.

  • Track and maintain high levels of participant outcomes, in office, to ensure that WIOA performance measures are being met.

  • Maintain and track career advisor budget to ensure that participants on caseload have enough funds and resources to complete training programs or services.

  • Track and allocate time spent on workforce activities to report on bi-monthly timesheet.

  • Assist participants in securing employment when they have met all goals and completed the career pathways developed during enrollment and participation.

  • Provide 12 months of follow-up services, including but not limited to mentoring on the job and continual retention services throughout that timeframe.

  • Work closely with training providers and partner agencies to refer participants for appropriate services.

  • Work closely with employers to help meet the needs of business and industry and to secure placements for participants.

  • Develop reports of caseload activity and data related to assigned offices and geographic regions.

  • Ability to utilize and understand laws, regulations, policies, and procedures to perform all aspects of job responsibilities.

  • Create and prepare financial vouchers and agreements to be used to make payments to various training and service providers.

  • Other duties assigned by management.

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Formal Equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Business, or a related field from an accredited College or University. Relevant and related work experience or equivalent education may be substituted.

  • Must be fluent in both English and Spanish. Must be able to read, write, interpret, and translate in both English and Spanish.

  • Self-ability to manage one’s time efficiently to meet deadlines, problem-solve, and be self-sufficient while working with little supervision, but with high ethical standards.

  • Regular, reliable, and non-disruptive attendance is an essential job duty, as is the ability to create and maintain collegial, harmonious working relationships with others.

  • An advanced skill set in word processing, communications, preparation of reports, data entry, and other administrative skills.

  • Excellent communication skills – written and verbal.

  • Extremely organized and detail-oriented, ability to prioritize projects, multi-task, strong problem- solving skills, and good research skills.

  • Proficiency in understanding protocol while communicating with colleagues, partners, and leaders in the community.

  • Knowledge of general business operations.

  • Skilled and proficient in spelling, word processing, filing, punctuation, and basic bookkeeping practices.

  • Use of proper grammar and telephone etiquette.

  • A dynamic, positive self-starter who is able to work autonomously.

  • Ability to critically think and take initiative.

  • Ability to handle multiple projects with the understanding of urgency in meeting impending deadlines.

  • Ability to operate office machines and equipment.

  • Knowledge of computer programs Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel & PowerPoint, etc.

  • Must possess a valid Arkansas driver’s license and automobile insurance.

SPECIAL WORK CONDITIONS:

Ability to operate a motor vehicle and travel in state.
All WIOA Employees must pass a state background check.


No phone calls please.

Please send cover letter and resume’ to: Career Advisor Position in Pine Bluff - SEAEDD, Inc. Arkansas Workforce Centers of Southeast Arkansas Via email to: admin@southeastarkansas.org​

Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: WIOA Operations Specialist


Location: SEAEDD Administrative Office, 721 S Walnut St., Pine Bluff, AR 71601

SUPERVISOR: WIOA Director


CLASSIFICATION: Full Time, Non-Exempt

DESCRIPTION:

The WIOA Board & Eligible Provider Specialist shall be responsible for playing a large role in the implementation and preservation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity (WIOA) Act within the Southeast Arkansas District. The person filling the position must work with minimum supervision and work with the Director of Workforce Development to assure that all components of the WIOA Board meet the requirements as established in the WIOA Law and regulations and as set forth by the SEAWDB.

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

  • WIOA Board Member recruitment to ensure that all open positions are filled and in compliance.

  • WIOA Board Mailouts for monthly/bimonthly meetings.

  • New WIOA Board Member orientation and Board Member file management.

  • Help facilitate board meetings including but not limited to setting up locations, catering, speakers and zoom calls.

  • Backup for meeting minutes

  • Special Committee and WIOA Board Member backups as needed.

  • Organize special call/meetings for WIOA Board.

  • Responsible for provider recruitment, enrollment, and management including AJL Provider Link, Provider performance updates, and new Provider set up.

  • Manage Work Experience Program.

  • All other duties assigned.

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Formal Equivalent of a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Public Administration, Human Resources, Social Work, or related field from an accredited College or University. Relevant and related work experience may be substituted.

  • Two years of experience in a supervisory and leadership capacity.

  • Self-Ability to manage one’s time efficiently to meet deadlines, problem-solve and be self-sufficient while working with little supervision, but with high ethical standards.

  • Regular, reliable, and non-disruptive attendance is an essential job duty, as is the ability to create and maintain collegial, harmonious working relationships with others.

  • An advanced skill set in word processing, communications, preparation of reports, data entry and other administrative skills.

  • Excellent communication skills – written and verbal.

  • Extremely organized and detail oriented, ability to prioritize projects, multi-task, strong problem- solving skills and good research skills.

  • Proficiency in understanding protocol while communicating with colleagues, partners and leaders in the community.

  • Knowledge of general business operations.

  • Skilled and proficient in spelling, word processing, filing, punctuation and basic bookkeeping practices.

  •  Use of proper grammar and telephone etiquette.

  • A dynamic, positive self-starter who is able to work autonomously.

  • Ability to critically think and take initiative.

  • Ability to handle multiple projects with the understanding of urgency in meeting impending deadlines.

  • Ability to operate office machines and equipment.

  • Knowledge of computer programs Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel & PowerPoint, etc.

  • Must possess a valid Arkansas driver’s license and automobile insurance.

SPECIAL WORK CONDITIONS:

Must possess a valid Arkansas driver’s license and automobile insurance
Ability to operate a motor vehicle and travel in state.


No phone calls please.

Please send cover letter and resume’ to: Career Advisor Position in Pine Bluff - SEAEDD, Inc. Arkansas Workforce Centers of Southeast Arkansas Via email to: admin@southeastarkansas.org​

Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District, Inc is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District

 

Physical Address
721 S. Walnut Street
Pine Bluff, AR 71601

 

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 6806
Pine Bluff, AR 71611

 

Email

admin@southeastarkansas.org

 

Telephone
Tel. 870-536-1971

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